|dc.description.abstract||This article describes the experiences of Nutrition Students who participate in MBKM (KM and KMMI), as well as the impact on the students and lecturers in general. Interviews with implementing students and surveys conducted by the Ministry of Education and Culture became the data sources used in constructing this article.
MBKM implementing students get various benefits from the program. From KMMI, they gain knowledge and skills that they have not yet obtained and from the Teaching Campus students introduce the use of learning support technology and socialize stunting and Covid 19.
More than 60% of students agree that off-campus learning will be able to improve non-academic competencies such as improving skills in analyzing and solving real problems and increasing post-college competencies and skills. Two-thirds of the lecturers assessed that there would be an improvement in 3 aspects, namely the student learning process, the improvement of students' abilities and the aspect of increasing the capacity of the lecturers.
The study program must socialize the appropriate MBKM program, update the curriculum and flexibility in scheduling lectures and delivering material, to make it easier for the implementation of the next program.||id_ID