Internalization of Anti-Corruption Value in Independent Campus Pesantren Model

  • Iwan Kuswandi, Lu’lu’il Maknuun, M. Ridwan, Eka Selvi Handayani, Moh. Juhdi, Moh. Fauzi, Rachma Putri Kasimbara, Katni


This article aims to study: 1) the essence of Independent Campus policy with pesantren style in IDIA; 2) the internalization of anti-corruption value applied in independent campus with pesantren style in IDIA; 3) its implication for the students when they are entering workforce and industry. The approach used in this study is qualitative, especially case study focused. The data is collected using observation, interview, and documentation. The data was analyzed by using qualitative analysis. Finally, the results are plus students IDIA is the real and concrete implementation from Independent Campus policy because they are given experiences in the secretarial world, business world, and industry besides studying in Islamic major. By practicing those skills directly, IDIA students can learn more about management from the well-structured management and supervision from superiors. Besides, the management structure creates authority, so it will simplify to give punishment for students who did corruption. This case is undoubtedly appropriate with structure theory from Anthony Giddens.