Senin, 23 Agustus 2010

Haluoleo University


Making Haluoleo University in 2010 as one of the advanced state universities and independent.
Creating high quality human resources and compete on the global job market


To realize this vision, the mission laid down as follows:

Improving the quality of education / teaching, research and dedication to the community in an effort to maintain the sustainability of national and regional development.

Creating an atmosphere of academic (academic atmosphere) sound between students, lecturers and administrative staff who can drive the process - learning and teaching, research and community service quality.

Apply the results - the result of extensive research through a devotion to the public.

Disseminate science, technology and / or the arts community needs.

Provide assistance in identifying skill development problems and find alternative solutions through scientific research, S2/S3 graduate programs and professional education.

Improving the quality of lecturers and administrative staff through increased qualification formal and non formal education.

Improving the quality and quantity of educational facilities.

Expand curricula to better suit the needs of the labor market (link and match).

Achieve a more conducive academic atmosphere in order to create an academic culture (academic atmosphere)

Improving the ability of graduate entrepreneurship


Preparing students to be members of the public who have academic ability and / or professionals who can implement, develop, and / or disseminate science, technology or art and strive to improve their standard usage and enrich the cultural life of society nasinal.


Currently Haluoleo University has 7 faculties with the addition of some programs and the opening of the Graduate Diploma. Based on the results of "Evaluation of the Self Study Program by the Director General of Higher Education Ministry submitted to the National Working Meeting of the Vice Rector I, II and III throughout Indonesia, which was held on November 29, sd. December 1, 2004 in Surabaya, Haluoleo University ranked number 15 out of 82 universities throughout Indonesia.

Haluoleo University in the year 2007/2008 is expected to have become an advanced and modern university, after the approval of the Soft-Loan Help Indonesian government and the Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, whose realization will be started in 2005.

Assistance will be used to build 8 (eight) new building of international standard and rehabilitate 11 (eleven) of existing buildings on the Campus Earth three responsibilities. Assistance will also be supported by DANIDA (Danish) for laboratory equipment and polytechnics.

Brief History

University Haluoleo (Unhol) was established in 1964 as a private university Filial from Hasanuddin University in Makassar. After seventeen years ago, the University of Haluoleo inaugurated as the first public universities in Southeast by the Director General of Higher Education; Prof. Dr. Doddy Tisnaamidjaja representing the Minister for Education and Culture which was held by Prof. period. Dr. Tangggal Nugroho Notosusanto on August 19, 1981 as the 42 state universities in Indonesia under Indonesian Presidential Decree Number 37 year 1981 which consists of:

- Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
- Faculty of Economics
- Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
- Faculty of Agriculture.

When opened, the University campus occupies Haluoleo Kemaraya that their area covering only seven hectares. Campus is relatively narrow conditions requires the founders to seek an alternative campus as well as capacity expansion and the anticipated accretion `faculty. Along with that, public confidence was the greater of the University Haluoleo, although only 17 people supported by permanent lecturers.

After two years officially began the construction of the Green Earth Tridharma Anduonohu campus occupies an area of 250 hectares, which was then located on the outskirts of Kendari, located 14 kilometers from the seaport of Kendari Bay. After the expansion of Kendari, the campus Anduonohu currently resides in the heart of the city. Simultaneously, the Senate stands Haluoleo University menyhetujui Haluoleo University turned into UNHALU.

Relatively extensive development of this campus takes about ten years to complete perkulihan buildings and office buildings as well as other supporting facilities. Marking the completion of this Anduonoho campus, the Minister of Education and Culture, Prof.. Dr. Ing. Wardiman Djojonegoro on 4 April 1994 signed a plaque dedication.

Toward the construction of Campus Anduonohu, Minister of Education and Culture closed the operation of the School of Teacher Education (SPG) and the School Teachers Sport (SGO), so all the following facilities faculty and employees transferred to the University of Haluoleo. Since then the University has two campuses Haluoleo major lectures, namely; Campus and Campus Kemaraya Anduonohu, plus two former college campus supporters of SPG with area 4 ha and 3 ha of former SGO.

As a leading university in the southeast peninsula of Sulawesi Island, University Haluoleo actively contribute ideas for the development of 1528 villages, 67 districts, four districts, two municipalities and one Administrative City in the region. Southeast Sulawesi, including population growth that reached 2.72% per year, far above the average growth of the national population; 1.92. Currently the population of Southeast Sulawesi totaling 1.72 million people who mostly live in rural areas.

The word "Haluoleo" is taken from the name of a king in the Kingdom Konawe who lived around the seventeenth century. Haluoleo besides known as a wise leader, a knight who is also believed to be relentless and tenacious defense of spilled blood. Haluoleo literally means eight days in Tolaki language - language of the natives who inhabited the Kingdom Konawe Kendari.


Cooperation by the University of Haluoleo is a mutually beneficial partnership. Over the last few years, the University Haluoleo has partnerships with various stakeholders, including government agencies, state enterprises, private national, as well as technical institutions in the area. All this is done in order to accelerate the academic development at the University of Haluoleo. Cooperation had been done could be classified on the joint research, academic development, construction of educational facilities and cooperation which are advocacy.

For the development of S2, Haluoleo University has partnered with various universities advanced in this country, such as: ITB, IPB, UGM, Universitas Padjadjaran, Unibraw, ITS, Udayana, Hasanuddin University and UNM are for overseas universities such as University Sains Malaysia, New Castle University in Australia, in addition Haluoleo University in order to complete his education facilities have cooperated with foreign donors and domestic such as PT. Antam Tbk, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), CIDA Canada, Australia, Japan JBIC, the World Bank through the Due-like program, the UNDP through the program PARUL, TPSDP, Islamic Development Bank (IDB) and grants from the Dutch government all these projects was obtained through competition very ketet with other universities in the country. Expected number of co-operation can be done to add accelerator of the University of Haluoleo.


Haluoleo University is located in the capital of Kendari in Southeast Sulawesi Province, is one of the existing universities in eastern Indonesia. In its early years only had 4 (four) faculties, now after 27 years standing, had increased in 4 (four) faculty. In addition, Unhalu also developed a Graduate Program S2 with 7 (seven) and Study Program 1 (one) Doctoral Program Department of Management Science S3 cooperation with UB Haluoleo University of Malang.

The eight faculties are:

Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
Faculty of Economics
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Faculty of Agriculture
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science


As the implementation of other universities, the University of Haluoleo supported also by 4 (four) institutions, respectively:

1. Research Institute (LP) with 7 (seven) study centers namely:

Center for Regional Development Studies and Regional Autonomy
Center for Environmental Research and Development
Center for Population Studies
Center for Gender Studies and Women's Empowerment
Center for Coastal and Marine Studies
Geological Studies Center

2. Public Service Institute at (SBRC) has 2 (two) Study Center (PK), namely:

Development Study Center Community Service Programs
Center for Community Development and Area Studies, with 4 (four), the central application and development (PPP), namely:
Development Center for Appropriate Technology Implementation
Center for Small and Medium Enterprise Development Implementation
Application Center for Human Resource Development
Implementation of the Central Employment Information Development

3. Study Institute for Educational Development (LKPP), equipped with two (2) Center of Studies, namely:

Center for Development Studies and Study Program Accreditation
Center for Learning and Evaluation Study of Evaluation

4. Quality Assurance Institute, Monitoring and Evaluation of Education (LJMMEP)

5. Internal Audit Unit (IAU)


Lecture Building

College activities at the University of Haluoleo supported by lectures covering 28 300 m2 building, building 24 776 m2 of offices, libraries 4500 m2, 12 400 m2 laboratory, green house 96 m2, 1274 m2 of student dormitories, and the auditorium area of 4200 m2

Laboratory and Library

For the field of exact sciences, the implementation of college activities laboratory equipped with 12 units (basic laboratories (Physics, Biology, Chemistry), Laboratory of Agronomy, Soil Laboratory, Pest and Disease Laboratory, Plant Breeding Laboratory, Laboratory of inoculants, Fisheries Laboratory, Analytical Laboratory, Laboratory of Development and Engineering Laboratory. While for the social sector, available laboratory Accounting, Anthropology, sociology and law.

Haluoleo University library collection of books as much as 71 021 library books. In addition to each faculty there are libraries that collect books based on the needs of majors and courses in each faculty.

Scientific Recreation

Approximately 40 km from the campus of the University Haluoleo Anduonohu Moramo waterfall there which can be used as places of scientific, because the surrounding sights of this store hundreds of species of rare plants and the private sector that can enrich students' knowledge in the field of plant taxonomy.

Similarly, the National Park Aopa Watumohai Swamp which is about 180 km from the campus of the University of Haluoleo. This national park has a diversity of flora and fauna. Previous identification results show that in the national park there are swamps Aopa 89 families, 257 genera and 323 species of plants and 155 species of birds. 32 species of them, including rare bird species and 37 species of which are endemic to the island of Sulawesi spesien.

Which is just as interesting is the existence of Tukang Iron Islands to the tourism potential of saving hundreds of species of marine animals and marine plants and even among the rare species in the world.

Other Supporting Infrastructure

Haluoleo University is also equipped with facilities and infrastructure to support extra-curricular student activities, such as the Student Activity Center (PKM), places of worship, stadiums for the soccer field and athletics, as well as other sports facilities like tennis court, badminton, volley ball, takraw, table tennis basket ball, and mat for martial sports such as martial arts, taewk kwondo, Karate and Kempo.

Technical Implementation Unit (UPT)

In order for teaching and learning activities can be run better, also complement the Haluoleo University education support facilities with 9 (nine) Technical Implementation Unit (UPT), namely:

1. UPT. Library
2. UPT. Language
3. UPT. Pustik
4. UPT. Basic Laboratory
5. UPT. Spirituality
6. UPT. Sports
7. UPT. Experimental Farm
8. UPT. Safety, Hygiene and Beauty Campus
9. UPT. Entrepreneurship

All Technical Executive Unit (UPT) is actively giving support to the implementation of education.

Student Affairs

Especially with regard pengeolaan Haluoleo University student organizations refer to the Minister of National Education Decree No. 155/U/1998. In operational activities undertaken by student organizations Student Executive Body (BEM) as an entity that is operationally implemented by departments / SME and Student Consultative Assembly (MPM), which serves as the legislative and judicial branches of the university level.

At the level of faculty conducted by the Institute Student Executive (LEKMAF) and Institute Faculty Student Legislative Council (DLMF), and the Institute of Study Students Study Program (MFI-PS) located at each study program.

A number of these institutions was formed in order to ensure the implementation of student activities which include: talents, interests and passion (student interest), and scientific reasoning (knowlwdge student) and the welfare of students (student welfare).

Minggu, 22 Agustus 2010

Diponegoro University

Diponegoro University

Founded January 9, 1957
Motto Wiyata Hangreksa Gapuraning Nagara
Type State University
Location Semarang, Indonesia
Official Site

Diponegoro University, better known by the acronym Diponegoro University, is a university in Central Java, Indonesia which was established in 1956 as a new private university and community college status in 1961. Diponegoro words taken from a national hero who is a prince from Central Java, which waged a spirit of independence from Dutch colonialism in the early acts of the 18th century. This spirit helped inspire the establishment of Diponegoro University.

Related to relations between Indonesia and Malaysia are heating up, in August 2009, college president Susilo Wibowo said that Diponegoro University Malaysia has stopped accepting students for the academic year 2009-10.


Diponegoro University has 10 faculties:

Faculty of Law
Faculty of Economics
Medical school
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Letters
Faculty of Public Health
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Faculty of Animal Husbandry
Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science


Location Diponegoro University spread over several locations in the city of Semarang and Jepara with land area of 2,009,862 m2 with the details of seven campus locations and a location housing offices:

Campus Pleburan Semarang (Non-exact sciences Faculty, Unit of Computer, Language and UPT UPT MKU)
Campus Tembalang Semarang (Rector, Institute of Research, Institute on Community Service, Education Development Institute, Central Library, UPT. Partnership and Entrepreneurship, UPT. Diponegoro University Press and the Faculty of exact sciences)
Campus Jl. Dr. Descriptive and Mount Brintik Semarang (Faculty of Medicine)
Campus Jl. Kalisari Semarang (Laboratory of Faculty of Engineering)
Campus Jl. Ade Irma Suryani Jepara (Lab. Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science)
Jepara Mlonggo Campus (Faculty of Medicine)
Jepara Awur Bay Campus (Faculty of Marine Science: Lab. Marine, Lecture Room, Dormitory, Library, Home Office, Room Facilities diving)
Housing Department clumsy Semarang


Establishment of Diponegoro University, beginning in 1956 initiated beginning with the establishment of the Foundation University of Semarang. The figures who initiated the founding of the University of Semarang is Mr. Imam Bardjo, Mr. Soedarto, Mr. Sulaiman and Mr. Soesanto Kartoatmodjo.

Semarang University officially opened on January 9, 1957. Given a very young age with the education infrastructure is still very limited in that time can be opened educational institutions with the Academy of State Administration Mr. Dean first. Goenawan Goetomo, Academy of Tata's first Dean of Commerce with Drs. Sien Tjioe Kiong, Technical Academy which later became the first Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Prof. Ir. Soemarman.

On the third anniversary ceremony of the University of Semarang on January 9, 1960 President Dr. Ir. Soekarno change the name to the University of Diponegoro University, Semarang, as the appreciation of Semarang University for his achievements in coaching field of higher education in Central Java. University (private) declared as the State University of Diponegoro, starting on October 15, 1960. Date is then set as the birthday of Diponegoro University. At that time Faculty-Faculty that has stood the Faculty of Law and Public Knowledge, School of Economics, Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science Teacher Training & Education.

Diponegoro University disenaraikan as the 100th best university in Asia since the 1980s, and established cooperation with 12 universities in Malaysia. [2]

Human Resources

Currently, UNDIP supported by adequate human resources quality. In September 1998, UNDIP already has 1750 academic staff and administrative staff in 1065. In late September 1998, the number of registered students is 24 424. Student teacher ratio than in the ideal number 1: 14. This figure does not include freelance and part-time lecturers. UNDIP offers many majors. In the total of 10 faculties, there are 21 departments and 68 courses that are relevant to the needs of communities around the campus. With a potential human being in the ranks now UNDIP prominent universities in Indonesia, even at a global level (version Asiaweek and the thes UK)

Student Press

LPM Hayamwuruk

LPM is Hayamwuruk Student Press Institute, Faculty of Letters, Diponegoro University. Standing on March 16, 1983. The first time named MUTATIONS, in 1985 renamed Hayamwuruk. Managing Hayamwuruk magazine, newsletter and also Hawe Post online news site. Besides publishing, also held a discussion of authorship, book, talk shows, with the actual range of topics among the students and the general public.

Although structurally under Dekanat, the organization was able to present a credible and balanced information. For publishing, LPM Hayamwuruk not receive assistance from both rectorate Dekanat. Source of funds derived from the issuance of student funds. Funds from the College (DIPA) amounting to Rp 750ribu per semester is used to support activities nonpenerbitan.

However, it funds from new students meet approximately 60% for publication. The downside is closed from ad revenue, sales of some magazines (for students of Literature Undip free) and manager self financing. Therefore, LPM Hayamwuruk receive cooperation from all parties, whether for advertising in magazines, newsletters or online sites, and also cooperation nonpenerbitan such discussions, book review, training of authorship and so forth.

LPM Hayamwuruk got a gift from ISAI (Institute of Information Stusi Flow) as the first nominee best alternative press magazine in 1997 followed by the Hall students (UGM) and the campus newspaper Warta Ubaya (IKIP Surabaya, so now the Surabaya State University). Assessment criteria include the themes that worked out, the depth news, news sources and balance.

In early January 2005 LPM Hayamwuruk Workshop Student Press literary journalism throughout Indonesia. This event was attended by 30 managers of the press students from various universities in Indonesia that have been selected in advance to get a scholarship for a week training at the hotel Dibya Castle, an old hotel complexes around the Old City of Semarang. This activity is supported by Tifa Foundation as a funder, the Foundation Monitor that sends istruktur, ISAI and numerous print and electronic media both locally and nationally. As a follow up of these activities was established literary journalism discussion community.

LPM Manunggal

LPM Manunggal Diponegoro University Press is the oldest institution, founded in August 1980.

Cendrawasih University

University, Uncen abbreviated, is a public university in Jayapura, Indonesia, established on 10 November 1962. Rector in 2006 was Prof.. Dr. Balthasar Kambuaya, MBA.


Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (Campus Abepura)
Faculty of Social and Political Science (Campus Waena & Abepura)
Faculty of Law (Campus Waena & Abepura)
Faculty of Economics (Campus Waena)
Faculty of Mathematics and Science (Campus Waena)
Faculty of Engineering (Campus Waena)
Faculty of Public Health (Abepura Campus)
Faculty of Medicine (Campus Abepura)

Faculty of Social and Political Science (Social Politics)
This faculty has a long history. Beginning with the establishment of state administration and the Department of Trade Management Department soon after the foundation UNCEN on 10 November 1962, which was then integrated into FHKK Programs oversees three, namely:

Trade Management.

In 1980, FHKK converted into FIHES (Sciences Faculty of Law, Economics, and Social) is marked by the birth of Anthropology. Furthermore, FIHES separated into three Faculties based Kepmendikbud Number: 0576/O/1983, namely:
FISIP that foster Science Studies Program and the State Administration of Social Anthropology Studies Program.
Faculty of Law which establish the Law.
Fostering economic Faculty Study Program Management and Development Studies.

Study Program

Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, has six university study program, namely:

Course Code Strata Accreditation
2-0201 S1 239/DIK/KEP/1996 Public Administration
2-0204 Government Science 410/DIK/KEP/2000 S1
2-0204 D3 Proposed Governance Studies
2-0240 S1 164/DIK/KEP/1997 Science Social Welfare
S1 Social Anthropology 239/DIK/KEP/1996 2-0631
2-1002 Administrative 253/DIK/KEP/1998 S1
S1 International Relations Proposed

Studies Program at all levels of S1, in addition to educating students and the transfer of regular, well organized Extension Program in cooperation with the Government District in Papua. International Relations is one of the new courses at the university cendrawasi (Social Politics), and only a few lecturers in this saja.apakah standards create a study program?


In order to carry out academic and professional education programs, FISIP UNCEN develop core curriculum and institutional based Kepmendiknas No. 232/U/2000. Institutional curriculum includes courses with the number of credits a local charge between 30-40% (S1) and between 40-60% (D3) is determined after considering the market demands and ecological factors of development in Papua. The curriculum consists of group composition: MPK (Personality Development), MKK (Scientific and Skills), MKB (Skills Work), MPB (Behavior at Work) and MBB (Berkehidupan societal).

Competency graduates

Graduates FISIP kompotensi UNCEN have in terms of:
Mastery and broaden the basis of scientific excellence kompotensi kompotitif / comparative.

Mastery of skill competencies in the community work.
Mastery of appropriate work behaviors and cultural values of indigenous customs and arrangements applicable national law the community.
Mastery of grammar association with scientific integrity and high moral.

Support Units

FISIP UNCEN had Lap. Computers, Lap Government, Administarasi Lap, Lap Anthropology (Museum), and Lap. Social and Political Studies and Development. Library Collection Mini is available in the Department of Administrative Sciences Department of Anthropology da. As Media scientific expression for Lecturers and Students, Journal of Social and Political been established since Year 2004, and will soon follow Bulletin Campus Student initiated by Sanat.

Location of lectures

Diselenggrakan Education Program on the campus of Camp Walker Road FISIP UNCEN Waena for regular students while in college Abepura focused and Extension Diploma Program. In addition, educational programs diselenggrakan also several towns outside Jayapura on the cooperation with Pemerinta District in Papua.
International Relations Study Program until today do not have room for teaching and learning facilities and equipment that comfort, so that the students had transferred to the Hall FISIP Uncen room for learning and teaching until recently.

Staff Lecturers

Course Number S1 S2 S3
Public Administration 6 12 1 19
Government Science 5 10-15
Social Welfare Science 3 8 1 12
Social Anthropology 5 19 1 25
Office Administration 2 1-3

Student Activity Unit in Uncen

Family Catholic Students
Christian Student Fellowship
Muslim Student Association
Echoes of Paradise Choir
Tae Kwon Do
Nature Lovers Students
Students Regiment

Elements leadership

Dean: Drs. Naffi Sanggenafa, MA
Vice Dean: Dr. Dirk Veplun, MS
Assistant Dean II: Drs. Akbar Silo, M. Si
Assistant Dean III: Drs. Drs. Agus Samori, M. Si
Chairman of the Department of Administration. : Drs. H. Sangur, M. Si
Chairman of the Department of Anthropology: Dra. Ivone Poli, M. Si
Prodi Chairman Adm. Sciences. Country: Drs. Mesak Rumsowek, M. Si
Chairman Prodi Government Studies: Drs. Hendrik B. Bleskadit, M. Si
Chairman Prodi Kesj Science. Social: Drs. Carlos Kambuaya, M. Si
Chairman Adm. Prodi. Office: Drs. Jack Ronsumre, M. Si
[Edit] List of Vice Rector and Dean of the period 2009-2013

I. Cenderawasih University
Drs. Festus Simbiak, M.Pd. Rector first
Drs. Yohanis Rante, M. Si II Provost
Drs. Paul Louis Homers, M. Si, Vice Rector III
Drs Naffi Sanggenafa, MA. Provost IV


Drs. Noco Jakarimilena, M.Sc. Vice Dean
Drs. Albert Lumbu, Si Deputy Dean II
Drs. Yoce Pharu Nelson, M. Dean III Si


Dr. Melkias Hetharia, SH, M. Hum. Vice Dean
Ispurwandoko Susilo, SH, M. Hum Dean II
Johan Rongalaha, SH, M. Hum Dean III


Fredrik Sokoy, S. Sos. M. Sos. Vice Dean
Septinus Saa, S. Sos. Si Deputy Dean II
Drs. January Piet Hein Morin, M. Si Dean III


Drs. Zeth Hanz Kaiway, SE. M.Sc. Vice Dean
Drs. Andarias Kuddy, Si Deputy Dean II
Drs. Ruben Tuhumena, M. Si Dean III
Dra. Rosye Hefmi Rechnelty Tandjung, M.Sc. Ph.D. Vice Dean
Dra. Alowisya Furwembun, Si Deputy Dean II
Dra. Martina Flower, M. Si Dean III


Kerry Yarangga, SKM. M. Kes. MPH. Vice Dean
Melkior Tappy, SKM. Deputy Dean II
Rosmin Tingginehe, S. Pt. Si M. Dean III

VIII. Medical school

Dr. Agnes Supraptiwi Rahayu, MKes. Vice Dean
Marijke Yosefina Watofa, S. Psi. M. Psi. Deputy Dean II
Jaqualina Rica Dr. Dean III Kapisa

Sabtu, 21 Agustus 2010

Brawijaya University


Becoming an outstanding world-class university and able to take active parts in the national development through education, research and community service.


To awake moral power and consciousness on the creation of the universe by God and of the fact that each life is worth appreciating.
To implement the process of learning so that learners can become people with academic and/or professional skills and good personality who also posses entrepreneur characteristics.
To develop and propagate science, technology, arts and humanity, and attempting to improve people's standard of living and enrich the national culture.


To produce high quality graduates with believe in the One Supreme God, who would push himself to learn all the time, have wide horizon, maintain discipline and work ethos, and are able to compete at the international level.
To develop science, technology and arts, in order to support cultural development.
To have capacity in empowering the community through problem solving concept development with the application of scientific methods.

Brief History

Brawijaya University/Universitas Brawijaya (abbreviated into UB) became a public University in 1963. Today, UB is one of the leading universities in Indonesia with more than 30,000 students in various degrees ranging from the Diploma Programs (One Year and Two Year Programs), Bachelor’s Degree Program, Master’s Degree Program, Doctoral Degree Program, and Medical Specialist Program in 10 faculties.

UB campus is situated in the city of Malang, East Java, in a strategic location you can easily reach by public transportations. Thanks to trees growing in all corners of the campus and the cool air of Malang, you can find UB a very fresh campus. A city of education, Malang has been developing rapidly. This seems to be inseparable from the triumph of East Java in the past.

The name Universitas Brawijaya (Brawijaya University) was granted by the President of the Republic of Indonesia through a wire sent on July 11, 1961. This name is derived from the title of Kings of Majapahit, a great kingdom in Indonesia from 12th to 15th centuries. UB transformed into a state university on January 5, 1963, following a Presidential Decree issued earlier in the same year. This date was later promulgated as UB's anniversary (specially called Dies Natalies among Indonesian academi society members). Prior to its transformation into a state university in 1967, UB had started its operation in 1957 in Malang, as a branch of University of Sawerigading Makassar. In those days, this Malang branch had two faculties, the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Economics. Then, on July 1, 1960, its name was changed into the Municipal University of Malang. Under the new name, two more faculties were established a few months later, that is, the Faculty of Trade Administration and the Faculty of Agriculture. Finally, the name Municipal University of Malang was changed into Brawijaya University.

At the time of its transformation into a state university, UB only had 5 faculties: the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of State Governance and Trade Management (an extension of the Faculty of Trade Administration now called the Faculty of Administrative Science), the Faculty of Agriculture and the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry. In 1973, the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry was then divided into two faculties: The Faculty of Animal Husbandry and the Faculty of Veterinary, which were under Airlangga University. The Faculty of Engineering was established in 1963 based on a Decree form the Ministry of Universities and Education Science in the same year.

In 1982, due to a change in UB's organizational structure, the Faculty of Fishery became a separate faculty after previously, since 1977, it had been under the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Fishery, which was later called the Faculty of Animal Husbandry. As a matter of fact, prior to this date, the Faculty of Fishery had operated since 1963, but in Probolinggo, a town about three hours away to the Northeast from Malang, as a department under UB's Faculty of Veterinary and Agriculture of UB. The Faculty of Medicine has officially been under UB since 1974. Previously, since its establishment, it had been under the Foundation of Higher Education of East Java. The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences was inaugurated following the issuance of a Decree from the Ministry of Education and Culture dated October 21, 1993. UB added one more faculty, that is, the Faculty of Agricultural Technology, which was upgraded from the Department of Agricultural Technology, which had been under the Faculty of Agriculture.

The Hymn of UB was composed by a student of the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry called Yanardhana in 1963, while the Mars of UB was composed by Lilik Sugiarto in 1996. Both songs are still frequently sung up to this day.

Development Plan

Realizing UB into Entrepreneurial University with the policy of :
Entrepreneurship Education Training
Research Development
Community Service Development
Research Development
Business Development
Improvement of the quantity and the quality of the International Class, aimed to :
Realize UB Vision and Mission in Becoming International University
Produce graduates with National/International competence
Take part in realizing World Class University program from the Department of National Education

Top Supporting Program

Benchmarking and international recognition through foreign student enrolment and double degree
Improvement of the capacity of information technology to support learning process
Improvement of Learning Process supporting equipment and research laboratories that comply with national/international standa
Improvement of good quality Human Resources
Improvement of service with ISO standard
Improvement of strong finance by enlarging business chances, patents, and cooperation

Universitas Brawijaya's Profile at a Glance

Estblished: 1963
Location: Jl. Veteran Malang, East Java, Indonesia, about 85 KM from Surabaya
Phone: +62 0341-551611
Fax: +62 0341-565420

Snail Mail Brawijaya University

Jl. Veteran Malang 65145 Indonesia
Coat of Arms's color Black & Golden

Current Rector (2010): Prof. Dr. Ir. Yogi Sugito
Faculties: 14
Lecturers: 1.482
Professor: 179
Student: 30.278
New Student: 8.605
2009 graduates: 7.502
Coordinate: 112° 36' 45.88" E 7° 57' 20.00" S
Elevation: 492 m (above sea level)
Campus Area Land Size: 1.813.664 m²

Brawijana University Academic Program

According to the Decree of the minister of Education and Culture No 232/U/2000, higher academic education, consists of sarjana, magister and doktor program are the education aimed to the mastery of science, technology, and arts. Professional education is a diploma education aimed to the readiness to implement specific set of skills, while professional education is an additional education taken after finishing sarjana program to obtain special skills and professional title in a specific field.

Universitas Brawijaya currently has 25 diploma study program, 47 S1 (Sarjana) study program, 25 S2 (magister) study program, 11 S3 (doktor) study program, and 17 Specialist 1 program, which are available in various faculties.


Universitas Brawijaya is one of the prominent universities in Indonesia, currently having 30.278 active students from various levels, in various faculties.

On the admission year 2009/2010, Universitas Brawijaya accept 8.605 new students on various degrees in various faculties. The number of students graduated on 2009 is: 7.502.


As one of the prominent Universities in Indonesia, Universitas Brawijaya has determine its vision to be an international entrepreneurial university. Universitas Brawijaya currently has 1.482 lecturers with 179 professors in various faculties.


University's Senate is a normative institution that is also the highest representative in the University. Members of the Senate consist of the Professors, Head of the University, Deans, and two Lecturers from each faculty.
There are three comissions in the University's Senate:

Comission A
with main duty on the field of University's Tri Dharma (Three Basic Principles)

Comission B
with main duty on the institutionality and finance

Comission C
with duty on the regulation arrangements
Every Comission is lead by a Head and aided by a secretary chosen among the Comission member.

The Duty of University's Senate are:

Suggest the change of University's Status to the Minister;
Give advice about the member of Monitoring Board of experts that are suggested by the rector to the Minister;
Formulating academic policy and University development;
Formulating policy on evaluation of academic achievement, skill, and the personality of academic society member;
Formulating regulation of academic freedom conduct;
Formulating norms, ethics, and evaluation of University conduct;
Give consideration and agreement on the university budget that will be proposed by the rector;
Evaluating the responsibility and conduct of the policy that has been implemented by the Rector;
Choosing and giving consideration on the Lecturers that are proposed to be a Rector;
Giving consideration about the lecturers that are proposed to be Vice ectors and the Director of Post Graduate Program;
Legitimating the result of Dean's election based on the consideration of Faculty's Meeting;
Give consideration of for Lecturers that are proposed to be professors;
Enforce the norm for the academic society member;
Award honorary doctor degree and professor degree for those who meet the requirements.

Coat of Arms

the Forms:

Black as the base color
Picture inside the Coat of Arms
Golden colored edge of the pentagon
Golden Colored Picture
The Statue of Raden Wijaya prabu Brawijaya, as the incarnation of the god Wisynu with four arms and wearing a Head Candra crown, as the symbol of Ciwa. Each hand holding a lamp, canka or snail, mace, and chakra. On both sides there are statues of Perwara god, as the followers of the King.

Meaning of the Universitas Brawijaya Coat of Arms

The overall meaning of the coat of arms depicts the style and characteristics of Universitas Brawijaya, which covers:
Golden Color, represents pioneering soul, as posessed by Raden Wijaya.
Black base color represent Immortality.
Head Chandra Crown: Courage to uncover the wrongs.
Mace: Law enforcement.
Chakra: Courage to destroy the wrong.
Canka or snail: Everything is conducted with purity, accompanied by duty to guide, according to the characteristics of Wisynu.
Lamp: Believe and having faith in life substance.
Pentagonal form: Uphold Pancasila as the philosophy and life View of Indonesia.


Meaning contained in the logo and the phrase "Join UB be the Best" is the motto of Universitas Brawijaya that seeks to be the best.
Writings "UB" in the sphere describe UB in a dynamic world community.
Wing consists of 3 pieces around the globe sphere showing the three basic principles of Higher Education (education and teaching, research, and community service) that is implemented on the global scale.
Gold color in the letters and pictures imply wisdom and glory. Blue color as the background illustrates that universitas Brawijaya is universal.
The Frame, a square (equal on all sides) gives meaning of fairness.

Bengkulu University

Conveying Better Future

Vision and Mission of Bengkulu University


Bengkulu University will be the colleges that were at the forefront in the development of science, technology and art that support sustainable, ethical and moral in a democratic system that academic and facilities supported by an efficient, effective and integrated, and provide satisfactory services.


Implement education, research, and service to the community for educating and meet community needs;
Improving the academic atmosphere of a more ethical, moral, and democratic;
Improve and develop excellent academic programs, partnerships with businesses, governments and communities;
Increase the competitive ability of Bengkulu Univerrsitas graduates through academic programs are strategic, effective, comprehensive and relevant;
Improving the quality of academic citivitas University of Bengkulu.


History of Bengkulu University

University of Bengkulu (UNIB) was established by presidential decree No. 17 year 1982 and inaugurated by the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, Prof. Dr. David Joseph. At the same time UNIB inaugurated the first Rector, Prof.. Ir. Soenjoto Sumodihardjo (UGM) for the term 1982-1986. Dr. Ir. Soekotjo (UGM), who previously served as Vice Rector I, led UNIB for the period 1986-1990. For the period 1990-1995 Dr. Ir. Nitza Arbi (UNAND) UNIB entrusted to lead. Year 1995 up to 2005 positions held by the Rector Prof. UNIB. Dr. H Zulkifli Husin, S.E, M.Sc. (UNSYIAH). Since 2005 until now held by Prof. UNIB Rector. Ir. Zainal Conference, Msc., Ph.D.

UNIB existence is the realization of the relentless struggle of the Governor Soeprapto who receive full support from the community, traditional leaders, Pemda Tk. I Bengkulu, and private colleges called the splendor of the University of Bengkulu (UNSEB). Support the university was realized in the form of transfer students as a forerunner UNSEB UNIB Campus along with an area of 24.9 hectares of land in the village banyan Kingdom Bengkulu.

The main obstacle faced during the process of establishing UNIB based on the results of a feasibility study conducted by the University of Sriwijaya of which is unavailable to the lecturers, so that at the time concluded that it was not feasible in Bengkulu established a state university. These obstacles can be overcome eventually after Governor Soeprato cooperation with the Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta on the instructions of President Soeharto. Realization of the results of such cooperation sending some of the lecturers include Prof. GMU. Ir. Soenjoto Sumodihardjo, Dr. Ir. Soekotjo, Drs. Sutarto, Ir. Supratoyo and H. Hidjazi, S.H. for seconded officers in UNIB well as structural and as lecturers. They recruit lecturers from several universities in Java and Sumatra.

Bengkulu University Logo

Form and Figure

RAFLESIA petals consist of five (five) represent Pancasila
The sun rays were 17 (seventeen) of fruit symbolizes the Presidential Decree on Establishment No. University of Bengkulu.
Circle, symbolizing the meaning of thorns and surf the date, month and took her years in the Presidential Decree on the establishment of the University of Bengkulu (March 31, 1982).
Two lines of small spines circle numbered 31 (thirty one) represents the number 31.
The composition of the waves into one and the second represents the number 8 and susunann two digits represent the third wave which combined into 82.
Mountain symbolizes the everlasting splendor.
Months in the middle of a small circle until it becomes a big eye symbolizing the flowing water into the river and into the sea as a source that bring fertility and keep producing.
The sun which symbolizes the energy source.

A. Good Color

1. Navy blue

Background of outer petals (corner and center)
Background thorns amid flowers.

2. Yellow

Rafflesia flower petals
Four large spines
Small thorn consists of inside and outside.

B. Flag of Bengkulu University

University of Bengkulu, a blue flag with yellow emblem university located in the middle.

Organization Structure

Bengkulu University Organization have been prepared on the Indonesian Government Regulation No. 60. Bengkulu University Organizational Structure consists of the following elements:

Board of Trustees
Element Leader
Elemental Energy Education
University Senate
Element - the element of Academic Executive:
- Education Sector

- Field Research

- Field Service on Society

- Implementing Administrative Elements

Supporting Elements
- Central Library

- UPT Computer Center

- English Language Unit


- UPT Center and Laboratory Management Workshop

- Laboratory

- Experimental Farm.

Address of Bengkulu University

University of Bengkulu

Jl. Cage Kingdom Lemonade
Bengkulu 38 371
Tel: + 21 884 62.736.21170 and
Fax: + 62 736 2210 5


Academic of Bengkulu University

Established 24 April 1982
Types of Public Universities
Zainal Rectors Conference, Ph.D.
Location of Bengkulu, Indonesia

University of Bengkulu is a public university located in Bengkulu, Indonesia, established on 24 April 1982 based on Presidential Decree No. 17 year 1982 and inaugurated by the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, Prof. Dr. David Joseph. UNIB entry in the list of "50 Best Universities in Indonesia" DIKTI version. UNIB campuses located in three different locations, namely Swamp Makmur (Main Campus Complex), Cimanuk & Water Sebakul.

UNIB first Rector, Prof.. Ir. Soenjoto Sumodihardjo (UGM) served from 1982 until 1986. Then Dr. Ir. Soekotjo (UGM), who previously served as Vice Rector I, which led UNIB for the period 1986 to 1990 and then followed by Dr. Ir. Nitza Arbi (UNAND) for the period 1990-1995. From 1995 until 2006 the position was held by Prof. UNIB Rector. Dr. H Zulkifli Husin, S.E., M.Sc. (UNSYIAH) [1]. Rector in the year 2006 until today is Zainal Conference, Ph.D.


Courses offered at the University of Bengkulu, consisting of courses Diploma, Degree and Post Graduate consisting of:


Kindergarten Teacher Education
Elementary Teacher Education
English Language
Plantation Management

Degree (S-1)

Faculty of Agriculture
Agriculture Programs
Department of Forest Farming
Department of Animal Husbandry
Department of Agribusiness (Agricultural Social Economics)
Department of Plant Protection
Agricultural Industrial Technology Programs
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Department of Communication Studies
Department of Social Welfare
Programs Administration
Department of Sociology
Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
Indonesian Programs
English Department
Department of Physics
Mathematics Department
Biology Department
External Education Programs
Department of Physical Education and Health
Faculty of Economics
Department of Development Studies
Management Programs
Accounting Department
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Mathematics Department
Department of Chemistry
Biology Department
Department of Physics
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Informatics
Department of Electrical
Civil Programs
Machine Programs
Medical school

Post-Graduate (S-2)

Master of Public Administration
Master of Legal Studies
Masters in Management
Masters in Development Planning
Masters in Education Management
Indonesian Masters in Education
Masters in Management and Empowerment of Natural Resources and Environment
Masters in Science Education


UNIB as one of Southeast Asia was the largest the University has several facilities in the form of the buildings there are huge numbers. Some facilities have even UNIB relatively large size among the Rectorate, Library, Multipurpose Building, Stadium, etc.. In recent years UNIB even very active in conducting the development of infrastructure, so they can say that UNIB is "a thousand Campus Building"


Alumnus UNIB Some have become important people in Bengkulu Province. Already there are countless number of alumni who became head of the Office UNIB, Businessmen, politicians, etc.. Even one that is Ahmad Kannedi alumni served as Mayor of Bengkulu, the period from 2008 to 2013.

Andalas University


Making the prominent and prestigious University of Andalas


Develop into a leading institution in science, technology and art
Conducting education in order to produce quality graduates, tolerant, peace-loving and able to compete in global markets
Support the development of the dignity of the Indonesian people through the creation of works in the fields of science, technology and art that would benefit the community.


Realizing the university as a center for science, technology, and art.
Preparing students to be members of the faithful and devoted community as well as having academic ability, professional and vocational
Develop and disseminate science, technology, and art as well as efforts to improve its use of community life and enrich the national culture.
Support the development of a democratic society and independent


Andalas University

Founded December 23, 1955
Types of Public Universities
Rector Prof.. Dr. Kasim Musliar
Students 23.000
Location University of Andalas, Kampus Limau Manis, Padang, 25 163, Padang, Indonesia

Andalas University (Unand) is a public university in Padang, Indonesia, established on December 23, 1955. Rector of the University of Newcastle since 2006 is Prof.. Dr. Musliar Kasim.


Andalas University, which is the best university outside of Java (version of the magazine Tempo). Currently, Unand has 11 faculty for graduate programs, two polytechnics and one graduate faculty, namely:
Faculty of Agriculture
Department of Agronomy (B accreditation)
Department of Plant Breeding (B accreditation)
Department of Soil Science (accreditation A)
Social Programs in Agricultural Economics (Agribusiness) (B accreditation)
Department of Agricultural Extension and Communication
Department of Plant Pests and Diseases (B accreditation)
Cultivation Department of Agriculture (accredited B)
Faculty of Agricultural Technology
Department of Agricultural Technology (B accreditation)
Department of Agriculture (accredited B)
Medical school
General Medicine Program (accreditation A)
Nursing Science Studies Program
Public Health Studies Program (accreditation C)
Dentist Education Program Study
Psychology Course
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Department of Chemistry (accreditation A)
Department of Mathematics (B accreditation)
Department of Physics (B accreditation)
Department of Computer Systems
Department of Information Systems
Department of Biology (accreditation A)
Faculty of Pharmacy
Regular Program Pharmacy (accreditation A)
Extension Program Pharmacy
Faculty of Law
Regular Program Legal Studies (accreditation A)
Extension Program Legal Studies
Faculty of Economics
S-1 Regular Program
Department of Economic Development (accreditation A)
Management Programs (accredited A)
Accounting Department (accreditation A)
S-1 International Program
S-1 Program Extension
Diploma Program 3
3 Regular Diploma Program
Marketing Study Program
Accounting Course
Studies Programme Secretariat & Office Management
Banking Financial Studies Program
Study Programs State & Local Finance
3 Diploma Program Extension
Marketing Study Program
Accounting Course
Studies Programme Secretariat & Office Management
Banking Financial Studies Program
Study Programs State & Local Finance
Faculty of Animal Husbandry
Department of Animal Production (accreditation A)
Department of Nutrition and Food Livestock (accreditation A)
Department of Livestock Products Technology (accreditation A)
Social Economics Animal Husbandry (accreditation A)
Science farms (four departments into one here)
Faculty of Letters
Department of History (B accreditation)
Majoring in English Literature (accreditation A)
Department of Indonesian Literature (accreditation A)
Department of Japanese Literature
Literature majors Minangkabau (B accreditation)
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Industrial Engineering (B accreditation)
Electrical Engineering Department (B accreditation)
Department of Mechanical Engineering (accreditation A)
Department of Environmental Engineering (accredited B)
Civil Engineering Department (B accreditation)
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Department of Political Science (accredited B)
Department of Sociology (B accreditation)
Department of Social Anthropology (accreditation A)
Programs Administration
International Relations Studies Program
Department of Communication Studies
Program D III
IV D program
Program D III


S-2 Program

Biology Study Program (accreditation of Excellence)
Chemical Studies Program (accreditation of Excellence)
Math Study Program
Physics Study Program
Faculty of Pharmacy (B accreditation)
Biomedical Studies Program
Public Health Studies Program
Program Planning and Development Studies (B accreditation)
Programs of Regional and Rural Development Studies (B accreditation)
Legal Studies Program (accreditation B)
Program Public Notary
Animal Science Study Program (accreditation of Excellence)
Soil Science Study Program (accreditation of Excellence)
Science Studies Program Plant Pests and Diseases (accreditation of Excellence)
Agriculture Studies Program (accreditation of Excellence)
Agronomy Study Program (accreditation of Excellence)
Environmental Science Study Program
Agricultural Technology Studies Program (accreditation B)
Studies Program of Integrated Management of Natural Resources
Linguistic Science Cultural Studies Program
Studies Programme of Food Security and Nutrition
POLOKDA Study Program
Mechanical Engineering Study Program
Civil Engineering Study Program
Management Master Program (accreditation B)
Mechanical Engineering Study Program
Science Studies Program History
Sociology Study Program
Master of Accounting Program
Development Studies Program of Housing and Settlements

Education Program Specialist I

Child Health IIlmu
Ear Nose Throat Medical Sciences Head Neck Surgery (ENT-TOS)
Internal medicine in
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Anatomical Pathology
Clinical Pathology
[Edit] S-3 Program
Biomedical Sciences Studies Program
Agronomy Study Program
Soil Science Studies Program
Chemistry Course
Biology Study Program
Animal Sciences Program
Science Program Plant Pests and Diseases
Agricultural Development Programme
Economics Program
Legal Studies Program


Unand has learning sites at Limau Manis Campus 500 hectares, 10 073 m2 of Teak Campus, and Campus Faculty of Medicine, 28 000 m2.
[Edit] Main Facility
Basic Laboratory and a number of comprehensive and modern laboratories in their respective faculties / departments
Teaching hospital (Dr M. Djamil)
Central Library and Library of the spread in each Faculty / Department
Biota Laboratory Sumatra
Andalas Botanic Garden
Education and Research Forest
Farm Land
Wetland Research
Medicinal Plant Garden (Arboretum)
Computing Laboratory

The supporting Facilities

Building Student Activity Center (PKM)
8000-capacity auditorium audience and the Civil Convention Center
Masjid Nurul Ilmi Unand and the mosque in their respective faculties / departments
Sports Facilities
Basketball, Volleyball, Futsal, Climbing, Soccer, etc.
Banks, ATMs, and Post Office
BNI, Bank Mandiri, Bank Nagari
Campus Bus, Pujasera, Minimarket
Hotspot Internet facilities
[Edit] Research institutions
Research Institute of Andalas University, Rectorate Unand Fl. 2, Campus Unand Limau Manis, Padang. Phone: (0751) 72 645, Fax: (0751) 72 645 consists of:
Research Institute of Economy, comprises:
Center for Financial Studies Area (PSKD)
Regional Economic Research Institute (LPER)
Economics and Development Research Institute (LPEP)
Center for Population Studies
Development Center Accounting (PPA)
Center for Human Resources Development Studies (PSPSDM)
Center for Women's Studies
Research Institute for Agriculture and livestock, comprising:
Irrigation Study Center
Utilization Research Center for Nuclear Science and Technology
Forestry Research Centre
Animal Development Research Centre and Cattle
Institution of Culture and Society, consists of:
Center of Studies on Regional Autonomy
Center for Development Studies and Social Change Culture
Study Center of Minangkabau Culture and Society
Western Regional Center for Legal Studies
Center for Constitutional Studies (Pusako) in FH Unand, chaired by Prof. Dr. Saldi Isra
Center for Rural Studies
Center for Study of Urban Problems
Center for American Studies
Center for Science, Technology and Culture of Japan
Research Institute for Natural Resources and Environment, consists of:
Center for Environmental Studies
Natural Resources Study Center
Sumatra Nature Study Center
Health Research Institute
Center for Botanical Studies Drugs
Center for Health Studies
[Edit] Data Base BAPSI
Entire data center empties into the BAPSI (Administrative Bureau of Planning and Information System), Fl. 3 North Wing, Rectorate Building.
[Edit] Student-University Institutions
Andalas University Institute Student Activities include:
Student Government Institutions
Student Executive Body (BEM) and University Faculty
Student Legislative Council (MLP) and University Faculty
Student Association (HIMA) Programs
SME Field Sports
UKM Sports
SME Pandekar
UKMF Bridge
SME Sector Study
SME Reasoning
Neo SMEs Telemetry
Introduction to Law and Politics Unand (SMEs PHP UNAND)
Corner of the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSE)
Home Association of Science Community (EAST)
SME Sector Media and Film
Cinematography SMEs
SME Press Genta Andalas
SME Spirituality
Forum Rabbani Islamic Studies at the university level)
Forum for Islamic Studies (faculty level)
Other SMEs
SME Scouts
SME Arts
Student Cooperative University and Faculty level (FE)
Students Regiment (Menwa)
SMEs Indonesian Red Cross Corps
Association Internationale des Sciences Économiques en Étudiants et Commerciales (AIESEC) in FEUA


Unand students come from various regions such as West Sumatra, Aceh, Riau, North Sumatra, Bengkulu, South Sumatra, Lampung, Jambi, Riau Islands, Jakarta, West Java, Banten, etc.. In addition, there Unand foreign students (Malaysia) who are studying there, especially in the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Pharmacy


Scholarships ethos Duafa Republika Wallet, PT. Semen Gresik, Eka Tjipta Scholarship Foundation, PPA, L'oreal, etc. Four of Work Salemba.

Collaboration with other agencies / institutions

Domestic Institutions
Corruption Eradication Commission, the Constitutional Court, Ministry of Finance, Bank Indonesia and other
Foreign Institutions
JICA, FBRT and DGHE; IMT-GT UNINET; Gafenas, Negeri Sembilan; The United Nations Support Facility for Indonesian Recovery; PUTMIL Consortium (SDN) BHD Malaysia,

Campus Achievements

National Second Best PTN outside Java (Accreditation Results BAN PT) & 14 National Ranking in college alumni criteria are the most popular companies
Page Rank I in the outer island of Java (version Pusdata Tempo magazine in 2006)
Andalas University accredited B of the BAN Page
Andalas University has a 121 Professor / Professor (by January 2010)
Having an accredited research journal
Faculty of Medicine, University of Andalas was the builder (supervision) at the Faculty of Medicine, University Baiturrahmah West Sumatra and Riau University School of Medicine
Andalas University School of Medicine is one of 13 Faculty of Medicine in Indonesia that is recognized / accredited by the Malaysian Government
One of the pioneers in the administration of PTN Public Lecture Entrepreneurship for students
Faculty of Economics, University of Newcastle included in the six colleges that is believed to hold the Ministry of Finance Regional Finance Course (Unand, UI, UGM, UNSRAT, Unibraw, and Hasanuddin University)
University of Andalas is the Quality of Higher Education which includes Leading Institution (in Sumatra: Padang Unand, USU Medan, Palembang and UNSRI)
Department of Chemistry Department of Chemistry, University of Newcastle is the number of Professors (Professor) majority in Indonesia, and has laboratories and levels of education who complete an academic program (Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate)

Lecturers Achievements

Dayar Arbain Prof.Dr Bouduin grabbed King Award (1993), Convocation Award (1993), and Who's Who in the World 1999
Prof.Dr. Edison Munaf listed in "Who and Who in the World", 7th edition (1983), 11th Edition (1997) Marquish Publisher, USA, and won Third Place in National Competition Exemplary Lecturer
Prof. Dr. Akmal Djamaan, MS, Apt
Silver Medal (silver medal) for research with the title: Biodegradable plastic from palm oil at the Expo: The 27 E. Salon International des Invention s, Geneve, Switzerland (a member of the researcher). Le President du Comite d'Organisation du Salon, The 27 E. Salon International des inventions, Geneve, Switzerland, 1999
Silver Medal (silver medal) for research with the title: The Production of biopolymer from palm oil at the International Invention, Innovation, Industrial Design and Technology Exhibition '98 (I. Tech '98), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1998 (member of the researcher) , Organisation Committee of the I. Tech '98, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1998
Award as the Best Researcher of Fundamental Research of Higher Education, Ministry of Education (2006)
Dr.H.Fashbir Noor Sidin, SE, MSP, from the University of Newcastle obtained ISEI category Award Winner for Best Essay or article in the newspaper and magazine of the Association of Indonesian Economists (ISEI) wrote Integration Rural Development Policy and the City as a Principle of Economic Security, Social , and Politics
Fatma Sri Wahyuni researchers Unand Pharmacy Fellowship winner L'Oreal Indonesia for Women in Science in 2006 (anti-cancer drug research)
Israr Iskandar of Andalas University professor won the third in Scientific Writing Competition (LKTI) International 2008 organized by the Center for Research and Development of Culture Melayu (BKPM) and the Center for Southeast Asian Social Studies (PSSAT) UGM
Prof. Endang Purwati PhD from the University of Newcastle who won the gift of the energy sector from the Ministry of Research and Technology (KRT) in 2009 to study Biotechnology Application for Livestock Waste Treatment as an Environmentally Friendly and Organic Fertilizer Bio Gas Solid / Liquid.

Students Achievements

Field studies:
Unand student team won the ASEAN Students Champion Debate in Malaysia.
Winner Indonesian Young Researcher in 2002 in Medicine and Health of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
Winner Student Writing Competition in Scientific
Third Place in the competition The 2nd Industrial Engineering Competition 2006 organized by the Surabaya Institute of Technology
Second Place in National Scientific Meeting of the PRA (PRATelminas) 2006 ISMKI (Indonesian Medical Students Association) Student Senate Faculty of Medicine at Maranatha Christian University, its members consist of Dian Jenova (Andalas University), Sophia Safitri Erna (Diponegoro University), Sansan Suhelda (Unika Atmajaya), Hermes Santosa (Udayana University) with a proposal entitled "Influence of the Family Assistance Program Medical Students Against Poverty by Improving Nutritional Status."
Polytechnic of Andalas University won the third in the race JAVA national level in Jakarta in 2007 Gunadharma University
Third Place in Competition Student Critical Thinking (KPKM) Politics and Security Affairs. Prestigious competition was held on 27-29 April 2007 in Bali Regional A 2002
Deni Delyyandri (Andalas University) Third Place Youth Entrepreneurial Mandiri (WMM) 2008 Graduate and Alumni category, held by Bank Mandiri
Satria Fengky Yorestra Andalas University took home the silver medal from Daimler AG, manufacturer of Mercedes Benz, and UNESCO in 2009 through a project from the Tsunami Evacuation Infrastructure for Coastal Communities in West Sumatra
Faculty of Law Second Place Unand Constitutional Debates in the Constitutional Court (MK) in 2009
Sector Interests and Talents:
UKM Sports Team won the Silver Medal Achieved at the National Championships Tarung degree in 1997 in Bandung.
Mapala Unand represent Indonesia in the Marlboro Adventure in Colorado, USA
UKM Sports Team won the Silver Medal Achieved word Princess on the team in Week VIII POMNAS New year 2003.
I won the race Presenter SCTV Go To Campus 2003
Exercise won the Bronze Medal SMEs kejurnas Wushu "Semarang Open" in 2006, Central Java.
Sports SMEs reached Received two gold, two silver and nine bronze in Kejurnas Pencak Silat Inter College in 2006, Universitas Andalas, West Sumatra.
Art SME team won the Golden Diploma Predicate Andalaswara team at the Asian Choir Games 2007 in Jakarta
Muslimah national champion at ITS Surabaya in January 2009.
Third Place Mausabaqah Tilawatil Quran (MTQ) Students of the National level in 2009 XI
Unand Mapala Team Champion 1 (first) National Championship Open 2009 Citarum
Faculty of Medicine Unand Medic Solo Cup win in 2010 (Basketball Competition among schools of medicine and dentistry as Indonesia) held by the Faculty of Medicine, University Eleven in March. The match took place from 25 to 29 January 2010.
Rahmi Nilna Isna from Andalas University was elected as the Coordinator of Region I (Sumatra), Association of Indonesian Public Health Student Senate (ISMKMI)
Andriansyah from Andalas University Chosen as Agency of the National Forum Ukhuwah Da'wah Technique (FULDKT)

Alumni Association

Chairman IKAUA is Gamawan Fawzi and Campus Center is IKAUA Limau Manis, while in each province also established the management area. For the city as chairman of the Jakarta area is dr. Fasli Jalal, Ph.D., with its secretariat in Jalan Pasar Minggu Km. 18-8, South Jakarta. Or P.O. BOX 4882 Jakarta JKTM 12 048. Phone / Fax.: (021) 7983504

Gait alumni

Government Agencies:
Bank Indonesia, BPK, eradication Corruption Commission (KPK), the Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU, Ministry of Finance, the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), the Attorney General, Ministry of National Education, the Supreme Court, State Secretariat, the Parliament, Provincial, Lecturer PTN, the Regional District, Provincial Government, Local Government District etc.
Private Institutions:
Bank Mandiri, BNI, BRI, Bank Danamon, Bank Panin, BSM, Bank Nagari, PT. Hutchitson (three), Sinar Mas Group, Garuda Indonesia, NGOs, Attorney General, Consultant, PT. Sari Husada, PT. Kimia Farma, Lecturer PTS, attorneys / lawyers, NGOs etc.

Famous Alumnies (in alphabetical order)

Agoes Soebekti, (Director of Consumer Bank BNI 2003)
Aslim Tadjuddin (Deputy Governor of BI 2007)
Basril Djabar (Commissioner of PT. Semen Padang)
Budi Putra (Bloger first and the best bloggers in Indonesia)
SE Satria Budi Isman MBA (President Director of PT. Sari Husada)
CY Boestal (Deputy Directorate of Credit, rural banks and MSMEs BI)
Djafni Jamal (Chief Justice)
Dwi Soetjipto (Managing Director of PT. Semen Gresik)
Prof. Dr. Elwi Danil, SH. MH (Professor FH Unand and Commissioner of PT. Semen Padang in 2003-present)
Fachri Ahmad (Former Rector Unand, former Rector of the Univ. Bung Hatta, former Vice Governor of West Sumatera)
Fasli Djalal (Deputy Minister of National Education in the United Indonesia Cabinet II)
Word Abdullah. Dr.SpOG (FIGO, ISUOG, POGI)
Gamawan Fauzi, SH, MM (Ministry of the Interior United Indonesia Cabinet II, Period 2009-2014, Governor of West Sumatra (2005-2009), Regent of Solok (1995-2005)
Herman Abdullah (Mayor Pekanbaru, 2001-present)
Mahyuddin Ramli (Commissioner of PT. Bank of Welfare)
Marlis Rahman, Prof. Dr. MSc (Former Rector, Governor of West Sumatra)
Munadi Arifin, SE, Ak, MM (Production Director of PT. Semen Padang in 2005-present)
Zen Novian SE Ak (Finance Director Inhutani I 2007-2012)
Ridwan Mahmud (Marketing Director of PT. Bank of Welfare)
Saldi Isra, Prof. Dr. SH. MPA (Professor of Constitutional Law and the Expert / Lecturer Unand FH)
Suryadi Asmi (President BPD Bank Nagari)
Providence Rahmadi, Prof. Dr. SH. LLM (Unand Former Dean of the Faculty of Law, Justice)
Tresdi Arma, MM (R & D and Operations Director of PT. Semen Padang in 2005-present)
Yuliandri, Prof. Dr. SH. MH (Professor of Legislation, Lecturer Unand FH)
Zainal Bakar (Former Governor of West Sumatra)



Andalas University, the oldest university outside of Java and the fourth oldest in the whole of Indonesia, was founded on the decree of the Minister of Education and Culture, no. 80016/Kab; December 23, 1955.

The University was officially opened by the four founders, along with Drs. Mohammad Hatta, and the Minister of Education and Culture, Mr Sarino Mangoenpranoto on September 13, 1956.

In its early years, the university has five faculties namely: Faculty of Agriculture in Payakumbuh, Faculty of Medicine and Science, in Bukittinggi, Faculty of Law at the Padang, and the Faculty of Teacher Education in Batusangkar.

Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Animal Husbandry was established in Padang in 1961 and 1963 respectively after five other faculties. In 1965, the Faculty of Teacher Education and separated into IKIP Padang.



Until now, Andalas University have programs below:

Diploma (Non Degree)
Consisting of three programs, namely:

Undergraduate Program (S1)
Consisting of nine faculties, namely:

Faculty of Agriculture
Medical school
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Economics
Faculty of Animal Husbandry
Faculty of Letters
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Graduate Program
Offers 12 study programs, namely:

Regional and Rural Area Development
Animal Science
Entomology and Phytophatology
Planning and Development
Environmental Science
Agroindustrial Technology

Doctoral Degree in:

Agricultural Technology

Faculties and Department

Faculty of Agriculture was established in 1954. Currently, it has five departments:

1. Department Of Agronomy

This department has two study programs:

Agronomy Program

It is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers in the field of Agronomy. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

Plant Breeding Program

It is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers in the field of plant breeding. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

It has laboratories Trust:

Laboratory for Ecology and Climatology
Laboratory for Biotechnology
Laboratory for Plant Physiology
Laboratory for Plant Breeding and Genetics
Laboratory for Breeding Technology
Crops Science Laboratory for
Laboratory for Industrial Plantation
Laboratory of Horticulture and Botany

2. Department of Soil Science

This program is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers in the field of soil science. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

This department has laboratories Trust:

Laboratory for Soil Genesis and Classification
Laboratory for Soil Conversion
Laboratory for Physics and Water
Laboratory for Soil Fertility
Laboratory for Soil Mapping and Survey
Laboratory for Soil Biology

3. Department of Plant Pests and Diseases

This program is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers in the field of plant pests and diseases. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

This Department has five laboratories:

Laboratory for Plant Diseases
Laboratory for Plant Pests
Laboratory for Microbiology
Laboratory for Entomology
Laboratory for Intensive Pest Controlling

4. Department of Agriculture and Social Economics

This department has two programs:


It is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers in the field of Science and Technology of Agribusiness. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

Study of Agriculture Extension and Communication

It is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers of Science and Technology in the Study of Agriculture Extension and Communication. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

This department has one laboratory for the Study of Agribusiness.

5. Department of Agricultural Technology

Department of Agricultural Technology has two study programs:

Agricultural Engineering

It is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers in the field of science and technology of agricultural engineering. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

Food Science Department

It is aimed at Preparing the students to be professional engineers in the field of food science. Their basic knowledge Also in this major is aimed at Preparing Them for a master's and doctoral degree.

This department has 12 laboratories:

Laboratory for Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
Laboratory for Microbiology
Laboratory for Physics and Mechanics
Pilot Plant and Laboratory for Solar Drier
Laboratory for Sensor
Laboratory for nutrient and Biochemistry
Laboratory for Mechanical Operation of Agricultural Products
Laboratory for Electricity and Energy of Agriculture
Laboratory for Agricultural Management
Laboratory for Water and Soil Technology
Laboratory for Mechanics of Agricultural Processing
Laboratory for Mechanics

The facilities provided by the faculty include a green house, farm, field research laboratory (wet and dry land), computers with LAN (Local Area Network), and workshops. The faculty has one accredited Also the National Journal, the stigma, in the field of Agricultural Science.

Link to Faculty of Agricultural Technology

For further information please visit


Faculty of Agriculture
Andalas University
Limau Manis, Padang 25 163
West Sumatra, Indonesia.

Phone: +62-751-72701 Ext: 630
Fax: +62-751-72702

Faculty of Medicine

Faculty of Medicine has four deparments:

1. School of Nursing
2. Community Health.
3. Dentistry
4. Phsychology

Faculty of Medicine, is the eldest of medical education facility outside Java. In fact, it was established preceding the establishment of Andalas University. The faculty was founded on September 7th, 1955 in Bukittinggi. In the early days, Faculty of Medicine conducted Cooperation with the Australian University to develop its educational system and facilities. Unfortunately, due to regional conflict from 1957 Until 1959, this was stopped prematurely Cooperation. After the cessation of hostilities in 1959, the faculty began to develop vigorously and, in That year, it was MOVED to Padang, the capital of West Sumatra.

Most faculties of Andalas University are located in the main campus Limau Manis, 10 km from the center of Padang City. However, Faculty of Medicine is still located in the city center, near the Central General Hospital M. Djamil. Faculty of Medicine of Andalas University Also supervises other state and private medical faculties and the School of Health Science in West Sumatra, Riau and Jambi.

The faculty Offers a four-year undergraduate course (academic program) on basic medical sciences and a two-year training of physician candidate (professional courses) in 14 Clinical Departments at the Main Teaching Hospitals, namely Padang, Central General Hospital (740 beds), Padang Central Mental Hospital (200 beds), and Bukittinggi Central General Hospital (400 beds), a Primary Health Center in West Sumatra, Padang Cement Hospital, Mansion, Padang, and Harbor Hospital, Pterospermum Bay, Padang. Also It conducts postgraduate courses in Public Health, and Specialist Training for Internal Medical, Pediatrics, Surgery, Obstetrics-Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Pulmonology and Clinical, Pathology, Dermato-Venerealogy. It plans to conduct Specialist Training in Psychiatry, Neurology, ENT and Anesthesia under the supervision of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia. Furthermore, a postgraduate course in Biomedical Science is in its advanced planning.

As the supervising state medical faculty, it supervises the operation of a private Faculty of Medicine, Islamic Baiturrahmah University in West Sumatra. Also The faculty supervises the development of a state medical faculty in Riau Province. On the ASEAN regional level, it receives Malaysian students through a National Entrance Examination. The graduates are recognized by the Malaysian Board of Medical Education as a full-fledged physician.

In Addition, Faculty of Medicine has established Cooperation in education and research institutions Abroad with Standard Chartered Bank, Standard and Poor 'Monash and Deakin Universities in Australia, Japan universities, and the National University of Malaysia.

Undergraduate Curriculum Structure

The medical professional in General Medicine study program awards professional degree in Medical Doctor. It is a six-year program, Which is divided into:

Academic Programs:

Lecture, group discussions, practical work in laboratory, fieldwork, and junior apprenticeship in hospital. It is a four-year program period, consisting of 146 credits.

Professional Programs:

Senior apprenticeship in hospitals and primary health center / PHC. It is a two-year program consisting of 40 credits.

Research Activities

Faculty of Medicine has four levels of research:

Faculty level: this is required for all undergraduate students, the WHO have passed the final examination as a condition to enter clinical training for Medical Doctor (MD)

University level: this is conducted by a junior academic staff and Medical Specialist Candidate as a condition for final examination by the National Board of Specialist. This research is Financed by Andalas University Research Center, and supervised by a team of the Faculty of Medicine Research Supervising Team.
National level: this is conducted by senior academic staff and Financed through the National Research Board (Risbinkes / RisbinIptekDok) by foreign aid (World Bank, Unicef). Some outstanding Researches on this level have been conducted in the fields of Nutrition, Health publics, Basic Medical Science, Industrial Psychiatry, Endocrinology, and Ophthalmology.
Advanced Multidisciplinary Research, Competitive Research Integrated-RUT: Some outstanding Researches on this level have been conducted at international level in collaboration with foreign Institution Poor 'in the field of nutritional Biochemistry.

Cooperation with Other Institutions

Indonesia: University of Indonesia, Jakarta: Airlangga University, Surabaya
Padjadjaran University, Bandung; Riau University, Pekanbaru
Abroad: Monash University, Australia; Japanese Universities; Malaysian University
World Bank: Faculty of Medicine is receiving Some financial assistance from the World Bank for the development of curriculum and institutional support systems.
For further information please visit

Faculty of Medicine, Andalas University
Jl. Pioneer Independence 52, Padang.
West Sumatra, Indonesia

Phone: +62-751-31746, 39 844
Fax: +62-751-32838

Airlangga University

Airlangga University, is a public university located in Surabaya, East Java. Established in 1954, Airlangga University is one of Indonesia's leading state university ranks. Currently there are more than 21 949 registered students at Airlangga University. In the year 2009, there were 13 faculty and graduate programs at the Airlangga University.

Unair occupies three campuses spread across Surabaya. Campus A (FK, FKG) on Jl. Prof. Dr. Moestopo, Campus B (FE, FH, FF, Social Politics, FPSI, FIB, Post-Graduate) on Jl. Dharmawangsa In Surabaya. While Campus C (FSAINTEK, FKM, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, F, F FISHERIES AND MARINE, Office of Management) is located in the region Mulyorejo, East Surabaya.


The establishment of Airlangga University has a long history. Before Airlangga University was officially founded, on 9 and October 11, 1847, submitted proposals to the Dutch colonial government to educate young talented Java become experts in health practices. On January 2, 1849, through Government Decision no. 22, founded NIAS (Nederlandsch Indische Artsen School) as a place of medical training in Surabaya. Since the year 1913, education took place in a doctor in Surabaya Jl. Kedungdoro 38 Surabaya. NIAS in 1923 the building was moved from Jl. Kedungdoro to the founding of the Medical Faculty of Airlangga University Jl. Major General. Prof. Dr. Moestopo Surabaya.

Then Dr. Lonkhuizen, Chief Medical Officer at that time, proposed to establish a School of Dentistry in Surabaya, which started in July of 1928 to 1945. He gained the approval of Dr. R.J.F. Van Zaben, Director of NIAS. Next, the school is better known by the name STOVIT (School Tot Opleiding van Indische Tandarsten). At that time, managed to gather 21 people STOVIT students. This journey was renamed STOVIT Ika Shika Daigaku with Dr. Takeda as its first director, served between the years 1942 to 1945.

Two years later, the Dutch government took over and then changed its name to Tandheekunding Institute. In 1948 the school changed its status to a Universitier Tandheelkunding Institute (UTI). Under the authority of the Republic of Indonesia (RIS), UTI again renamed LKIG (Institute of Dentistry) for a four-year study period, under the leadership of Prof. M. Knap and Prof. M. Soetojo. In 1948, Airlangga University is a branch of the University of Indonesia, which has two faculties, namely Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Dentistry.

Airlangga University was officially established in 1954 under Government Regulation No. 57/1954 and was inaugurated by the President of the Republic of Indonesia on November 10, 1954, coinciding with the celebration of the ninth day of heroes. In the same year stood formerly the Faculty of Law is a branch of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Politics, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. The name 'Airlangga' taken from the name of the reigning king of East Java in the year 1019 until the year 1042 namely Sri Lokeswara Dharmawangsa Galu Rakar Airlangga Anantawikramattungadewa or known by the name of King Airlangga.

Symbols Airlangga University is a mount of Vishnu Garuda bird carrying jars of water containing "Amrta" water of life that is eternal. This symbol represents the Airlangga University as a source of knowledge that is always conserved.
Airlangga University-colored flag of yellow and blue. Yellow color symbolizes the majesty, the blue symbolizes the warrior and the soul deep. The colors were taken from the color of the veil that covered the statue of Vishnu at the founding ceremony of Airlangga University by the first President of the Republic of Indonesia on 10 November 1954.

Basic Facts

Established: 10 November 1954
Types: Public Universities
Location: Surabaya, East Java

Faculty and Courses

Diploma and Bachelor

Faculty of Medicine (FK)
Doctor of Education S1
Midwife Education S1
D3 Medical Analyst
D3 Medical Rehabilitation / Physiotherapy
D3 Radiology
D3 Traditional Medicine

D3 Engineering Dental Health
Faculty of Law (FH)
S1 Legal Studies
Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB)
S1 Economics
S1 Sharia Economics
S1 Management
S1 Accounting
Accounting Profession
D3 Accounting
D3 Taxation
D3 Marketing Management
D3 Hospitality Management
D3 Management Banking
D3 Secretary and Office Management
Faculty of Pharmacy (FF)
S1 Pharmacy
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FKH)
Veterinary S1
D3 Integrated Livestock Health
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FKH)
S1 Sociology
S1 Social Anthropology
S1 Science Communication
S1 Political Science
S1 International Relations
S1 Public Administration
S1 Information and Library Science
D3 Library Technician (PSTP)
Hospitality Tourism D3
Travel D3
Faculty of Science and Technology (FSAINTEK)

The process of the birth of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Airlangga University initiated through the development of Elementary Mathematics and Natural Sciences Institute (Basic Natural Science / BNS) in the Faculty of Medicine. This institution is an institution which has been developed according to master plan the development of Airlangga University in 1970-1979. Furthermore, the development of this institution, supported by the availability of human resources (HR) as well as adequate equipment, born Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Airlangga University.

Faculty of Natural Sciences, Airlangga University was officially established by the Decree of the Rector of the University of Airlangga Number: 6400/PT.03.9/T/1982 dated July 1, 1982, which was established by Presidential Decree No: 56/1982 dated September 7, 1982 regarding the Organizational Structure of Airlangga University. The establishment of courses at the Faculty of Science, Airlangga University was inaugurated by Education Minister Decree Number: 0556/D/1982 (Appendix 1), ie S-1 Prodi Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. All Prodi has been accredited from BAN PT by decree of the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education course Physics Number: 3920/Ak-I-III-022/UABFGA/VIII/2000, Chemical Number: 00345/AK-2-III-018 / UABKHM / 2000, Mathematics Number: 03343/Ak-2-III-016/UABQMT/VIU/2000, and Biology Number: 0015/BAN-PT/Ak-IV/VII/2000 (Appendix 2).

In the academic year 1985/1986 to 1990/1991, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science Faculty PTN Unair with eight others charged with organizing education D-3 MIPA education, ie, by letter of the Directorate General of Higher Education Dikbud Number: 68/DIKTI/Kep/1987. In the 1999/2000 academic year diploma program open (D-1 and D-3) under the Department of Information Systems and Mathematics opened in the academic year 2002/2003 diploma program D-3 Automation Instrumentation System under the Department of Physics, third-diploma program is inaugurated based license to the Director General of Higher Education, based letter No. 1325/D/T/2002 dated 5 July 2002. Married in 2008 at the Science Faculty UNAIR renamed the Faculty of Science and Technology.

Study Programs

S3 Mathematics and Science
S2 Biology
S2 Chemistry
S1 Mathematics
S1 Physics
S1 Chemicals
S1 Biology
S1 Information System
S1 Tekno Biomedic
S1 Environmental Science and Technology
D3 Information System
D3 Automation Instrumentation System
Faculty of Public Health (FKM)
S1 Public Health
D3 Corporate Hygiene, Occupational Health and Safety
Faculty of Psychology (FAPSI)
S1 Psychology
S2 Professional Psychology
Faculty of Humanities (FIB)

Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Airlangga University was still in the form of the original Department of Languages and Literature consists of two courses of study are English and Literary Studies Literary Studies Program of Indonesia. Both this program was established in 1988 under the auspices of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (Social Politics). In 1998 the History of Science study programs followed two other study programs so that the Department of Language and Literature has three courses of study. Furthermore, at the end of the year the Education Minister Decree No. 1998 was published. 290/0/1998 About The Faculty of Letters, Airlangga University. And since 1998 the Faculty of Letters, Airlangga University was officially opened. In accordance with the strategic plan of development of the Faculty of Letters, then successively opened officially: English Language Study Program D3 (2000) and Japanese Literary Studies Program S1 (2006). Along with the changing status of the University of Airlangga became State Owned Legal Entity (BHMN), the Faculty of Letters also make adjustments in various fields, such as by changing the name of the faculty. Based on the Decree of the Rector of Airlangga University 3292/J03/OT/2008 number, the name changed to Faculty of Literature Faculty of Humanities. Currently, Airlangga University Faculty of Humanities occupies its own building located in Campus B: Roads Dharmawangsa In Surabaya. First Dean: Prof. Wahjoedi, S.H. (1998-2002), Dean Second: Drs. Heru Supriyadi (2002-2006), Dean of the third: Drs. Aribowo, M.S. (2007 - present).

Faculty of Cultural Science

S1 Sastra Indonesia
S1 English Literature
Japanese Literature S1
S1 History of Science
D3 English
Faculty of Nursing
S1 of Nursing
D4 Nurse Education (in collaboration with MOH)
S1 Aquaculture
Aquaculture D3


Basic Medical Sciences
Finishing Dental Health
Community Health Sciences
Sport Health Science
Reproductive Health Sciences
Reproductive Biology
Management Science
Social sciences
HR Development
Tropical Medicine
Masters in Management
Master of Accounting
Master of Law
Health Policy and Administration
Notary Masters


Mathematics and Science
Social Sciences