University of Indonesia

Overview

Universitas Indonesia (UI) is a modern, comprehensive, open-minded, multi-culture, and humanism campus that covers wide arrays of scientific disciplines.

Center of Administration Building (right) and Balairung (left) Universitas Indonesia

UI simultaneously strives to be one of the leading research universities and the most outstanding academic institution in the world. As a world class research university, UI seeks to achieve the highest level of distinction in the discovery, developing and diffusion of advance knowledge regionally and globally. In the meanwhile, UI is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to the academic invention and research activities through various scientific programs.

UI was founded in 1849 and represents the most experiencing educational institution in Asia. Additionally, Christiaan Eijkman (The Director of Javaneese Medical Doctor School-the earlier form of universitas indonesia) was awarded the Noble Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1929. He was the first to point out a substance in the rice skin and later was to be known as vitamin B1. he was also awarded the Prize for his new of investigating and his method to control diseases caused by vitamin deficiency.

 

Recently, UI produces more than 400.000 alumni and continues its important role both nationally and internationally. Furthermore, it is our commitment to produce high quality of education system, global standard research activities and maintaining high standard of international academic research publications.

Kenanga Lake Universitas Indonesia

Being one of the top best universities in the world, UI is actively expanding international cooperation with other world class universities. Vivacious cooperation had been developed in the domain of education and joint-research with the finest universities. UI builds strong cooperation with top universities such as Washington University, Tokyo University, Melbourne University, Sydney University, Leiden University, Erasmus University, Kyoto University, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Australian National University, Columbia University and National University of Singapore.
However, UI is actively contributes to strengthen and enlarge international network by actively participating to both regional as well as international education and research association. UI plays an active role on 7 higher learning associations in Asia Pacific, Europe, Southeast Asia, and worldwide associations such as APRU (Association of Pacific Rim Universities), AUN (ASEAN University Network), and ASAIHL (Association of South East Asia Institution of Higher Learning). The first association, UI becomes one of the board of Director of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU).

Furthermore, UI campus is one of the most magnificent green campuses in the world. UI has two campuses; one is in the central business in Jakarta (Salemba) and the second one is located in Depok areas (West Java). Depok campus is a green campus covering 320 hectares. UI maintains the ecology conservation by utilizing only 25 percent of area for academic, research and student activities; while up hold 75 percent for forestation. UI commitment for ecology is also shown by wonderful lakes (in total UI has 8 lakes) inside campus. UI is an astonishing campus that facilitates knowledge transfers and invention activities for all civitas-academica UI and humanity. The profile book of Universitas Indonesia can be downloaded within this link (PDF).

 

Vision & Mission

VISION

To become an autonomous, modern and multi-culture research university, and gain an internationally reputable academic standard.


MISSION

  • As the front line institution in the development of science, technology, and art (center of excellence)
  • To produce high qualified graduates, who are able to compete in the global market demands.
  • To support the development of Indonesian morality through the creation of inventions in the field of science, technology, and art for the benefit of the advancement of Indonesia.
  • To participate in the advancement of the world civilization by producing its graduates who have global insight, tolerance, sense of love for peace and high academic achievement.

 

Goals

UI’s roadmap to be a world class university is an integrative and comprehensive approach covering internal strength and global competition analysis. Several crucial stages have been developed as a stepping-stone to leverage internal resources and capabilities throughout the most fundamental strategic actions and objectives. However, global competition in the educational field provides energy and motivation to bring UI’s educational and research quality into world class standards.

UI’s general objectives have been composed into several important goals to facilitate coordination and communication. The intermediate objective of UI, as one step to arrive at the position among best world class universities, is by 2012 UI tends to be Asian world class universities. Three main activities will be prepared are electronic university, strengthening link and match between UI and industry, and enforcing global standard educational quality system.

However, in 2011 will complete the program of internationalization by finalizing three clusters of sciences (social and humanism science, technology and information science, and health science). This objective will be supports by three mains activities that will be completed on 2010. These three programs are; implementing resources sharing and world class research, restructuring organization via cyber-campus system, and developing financial engine or venture program.

These stages are designed to bring UI is a world class research and educational university. UI’s commitments is producing the highest qualified graduates, who are able to compete in the global market and respond to its ever growing demands, while also conducting qualified research with international standard.

 

Strategic Plans

The strategic plan of the university is a guidance to achieve collective objectives in order to be a world class university. A strategic plan is needed to provide a clear description in each stage of development and progress. UI is a big and complex structure, thus it needs coherence and consistency to deploy strategic resources and actions internally. All of these aspects are proposed to create UI as an international, multicultural, and open-minded campus. UI must be a place to develop, create and disseminate beneficial knowledge for humanity.

Strategic Plan of Modern Architecture and Landscape Campus

More specifically, UI's strategic plan consists of strategic plans and actions that must be fulfilled in each stage of development. It also describes and identifies comprehensible goals and performance indicators to measure success of the implementation process. In choosing strategies and performance indicators, UI carefully considers the baseline, internal and external conditions, as well as the environmental setting in regional and international perspective.

 

History

The Old Building

Universitas Indonesia has been through a substantial change through its relatively long history. From the substantive perspective, this institution were founded by the Decree of the Government No: 22, January 2nd 1849, and the education activities commenced on January 1851 with the name of "Javanese Medical Doctor School". By the end of the 19th century, the Javanese Medical Doctor School was extended to become School tot Opleiding Van Inlandsche Artsen(STOVIA) (1898).

STOVIA closed down in 1927 on its 75 year of existence. As the replacement, a Higher Institution for Medical School was launched in the year 1927 as a complement for the other 4 higher education institutions which were distributed in some cities. Those schools are Technical higher education school in Bandung in 1920, Higher education school on Law in Batavia four years later in 1924. In the year 1929 in Batavia a higher education school in Humanities and Art were erected in Batavia. Meanwhile in Bogor, an Agricultural Higher Education School was opened. Those five higher education institutions were the seeds of the faculties under the Nood Universiteit (emergency university) which were opened in the year 1946 in Jakarta, in the beginning of the Dutch occupancy after the Second World War.

Nood Universiteit in the year 1947 changed its name to be Universiteit van Indonesie which was located in Jakarta. A few nationalist professors (among them is Prof. Mr. Djokosoetono operated Universiteit van Indonesie in the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia which was in Jogjakarta at that time.  Those academic activities were separated from the main University in Jakarta which was under the Dutch Occupancy. In the year 1949, the Dutch recognized the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia, and the capital city is relocated to Jakarta. Universiteit van Indonesie Jogjakarta moved back to Jakarta. At almost the same time the Gadjah Mada University was initialized in Jogjakarta in the year 1949.

Dokter Djawa School

In the year 1950, through a line of uneasiness between Nationalist Professors and Dutch Professors, finally Universiteit van Indonesiechanged its name to be Universitas Indonesia. This higher education institution has some faculties in Jakarta (Medicine, Law, Humanities and art), in Bandung (Technical school), in Bogor (Agriculture), in Surabaya (Dentistry) and Makassar (Economics).

Some faculties outside Jakarta in 1960s were operating on its own. Universitas Indonesia in Jakarta has a campus in Salemba and consists of some faculties such as Medicine, Dentistry, Math and Natural Sciences, Humanities, Law, Economics and Engineering. During the next development the some Faculties such as Psychology, Social and Political sciences, Public Health, Computer Science and Nursing were commenced.

In the beginning of 1970s to 1980s Universitas Indonesia has 2 main campuses i.e. Salemba and Rawamangun. In 1987 University of Indonesia raised a new campus in Depok with the area covering approximately 320 hectares of land. From that year University of Indonesia leaved the Rawamangun campus, but still use Salemba Campus for the academic activities of the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Dentistry. The total ares which become the land asset of the University of Indonesia is approximately 350 hectares or 3.500.000 M2 (in Central Jakarta, Depok, Tangerang, and East Jakarta).

In the year 2000, Universitas Indonesia became one of the higher education institutions which were granted the status as an Autonomous Legal Entity (BHMN) in Indonesia. This is the beginning of the implementation of the campus autonomy idea which covers the following. First, autonomy in the academic development, Second, autonomy in the financial management. This autonomous status provides some space for the University of Indonesia to developed and play its basic role in the knowledge based society.

Dokter Djawa School

From the genealogical note mentioned above, it is important to understand that the existence of the Universitas Indonesia is in line with the development of the Indonesia's civilization, particularly in the academic world. In can be stated that UI is the seeds of and the embarkment of the renaissance for modern Indonesia. UI is the flag bearer of the country's name and this is the pride as well as the responsibility of the University.

In relation this, Universitas Indonesia as a "universe", must have a capacity to be the motor of the civilization and humanities to reach the 'advancement' by keeping the balance between the orientations of academic values, morality and art. By this, the civilization and humanities in this republic in the future can be marked with the initiation of advancement, civilization, prosperity, justice, peace, democracy, and the balance and preservation of the environment to live (green earth).

GENEOLOGY OF UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA

1849

1849-1898 Dokterdjawaschool Batavia
1898-1927 School tot Opleiding van Indische Artsen,Batavia
1909-1929 Opleidingschool voor Inlandsche Rechtskundigen, Batavia
1913-1942 Nederlandsch-Indische Veeartsenschool, Buitenzorg
1920-1921 Technische Hoogeschool, Bandoeng
1922-1924 Rechtschool, Batavia
1924-1942 Rechts-hoogeschool, Batavia
1924-1942 Technische-Hoogeschool, Bandoeng
1927-1942 Geneeskundige Hoogeschool, Batavia
1940-1942 Faculteit der Letteren en Wijsbegeerte, Batavia
1941-1942 Faculteit der Landbouwwetenschap, Batavia
1943-1945 Djakarta Ika Daigaku
1944-1945 Bandoeng Koogyo Daigaku

1945-1950

Balai Perguruan Tinggi Republik Indonesia

  1. Perguruan Tinggi Kedokteran, Jakarta
  2. Perguruan Tinggi
    Hukum/Kesusastraan, Jakarta

1946-1947

Nood-Universiteit

  1. Geneekundige Faculteit
  2. Juncdiche Facultein
  3. Faculteit der Letter en Wijbegerts
  4. Technische Faculteit
  5. Landbouwkundige Faculteit

Balai Perguruan Tinggi Republik Indonesia

  1. Perguruan Tinggi Kedokteran, Jakarta
  2. Perguruan Tinggi Hukum/Kesusastraan, Jakarta

1947-1950

Nood-Universiteit

  1. Faculteit der Geneekundige, Batavia
  2. Faculteit van Technische Wetenschap, Bandoeng
  3. Faculteit der Rechtsgekerdeid end canSociale Wetenschap, Batavia
  4. Faculteit der Letter en Wijbegerts, Batavia
  5. Faculteit van Landbouwwatenschap, Buitenzorg
  6. Faculteit der Exacte Wetenschap - kemudiannamanya diubah menjadi Faculteit van Wiskunde en Natuurewtenschap, Bandung
  7. Diergeneschundige Faculteit, Buitenzorg
  8. Faculteit der Economiche Wetenschap, Makasar
  9. Faculteit der Geneskunde, Soerabaja
  10. Fakultas lain yang jenis dan tempatnya ditentukan Gubernur Jenderal

Balai Perguruan Tinggi Republik Indonesia

  • Perguruan Tinggi Kedokteran, Jakarta
  • Perguruan Tinggi Hukum/Kesusastraan, Jakarta

Februari 1950

Universiteit Indonesie/ Balai Perguruan Tinggi Republik Indonesia Serikat

  1. Faculteit Kedokteran & Lembaga Pendidikan Djasmani, Jakarta
  2. Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  3. Fakultas Sastra dan Filsafat, Jakarta
  4. Fakultas Pertanian, Bogor
  5. Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Bogor
  6. Fakultas Ilmu Penget. Teknik & Lembaga Pend Guru Menggambar, Bandung
  7. Fakultas Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Bandung
  8. Fakultas Kedokteran dan Lembaga Kedokteran Gigi, Surabaya
  9. Fakultas Ekonomi, Makasar (ditutup untuk sementara)

Februari 1950-1954

Universiteit Indonesie/Balai Perguruan Tinggi Republik Indonesia

  1. Faculteit Kedokteran & Lembaga Pendidikan Djasmani, Jakarta
  2. Faculteit Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  3. Faculteit Sastra dan Filsafat, Jakarta
  4. Faculteit Ekonomi, Jakarta
  5. Faculteit Pertanian, Bogor
  6. Faculteit Kedokteran Hewan, Bogor
  7. Faculteit Ilmu Penget. Teknik & Lembaga Pend Guru Menggambar, Bandung
  8. Faculteit Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Bandung
  9. Faculteit Kedokteran dan Lembaga Kedokteran Gigi, Surabaya
  10. Cabang Faculteit Hukum dan Pengabdian Masyarakat dari FH & PM UI Jakarta, Makasar
  11. Faculteit Ekonomi sebagai cabang Faculteit Ekonomi UI Jakarta, Makasar

1954-1955

Universitas Indonesia

  1. Faculteit Kedokteran & Lembaga Pendidikan Djasmani, Jakarta
  2. Faculteit Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  3. Faculteit Sastra dan Filsafat, Jakarta
  4. Faculteit Ekonomi, Jakarta
  5. FaculteitPertanian, Bogor
  6. Faculteit Kedokteran Hewan, Bogor
  7. Faculteit Ilmu Penget. Teknik & Lembaga Pend Guru Menggambar, Bandung
  8. Faculteit Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Bandung
  9. Faculteit Kedokteran dan Lembaga Kedokteran Gigi, Surabaya
  10. Faculteit Ekonomi, Makasar
  11. Faculteit Hukum, Makasar

1955-1956

Universitas Indonesia

  1. Fakultas Kedokteran & Lembaga Pendidikan Djasmani, Jakarta
  2. Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  3. Fakultas Sastra dan Filsafat, Jakarta
  4. Fakultas Ekonomi, Jakarta
  5. FakultasPertanian, Bogor
  6. Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Bogor
  7. Fakultas Ilmu Penget. Teknik & Lembaga Pend Guru Menggambar, Bandung
  8. Fakultas Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Bandung
  9. Fakultas Ekonomi, Makasar
  10. Fakultas Hukum, Makasar

1956-1959

Universitas Indonesia

  1. Fakultas Kedokteran & Lembaga Pendidikan Djasmani, Jakarta
  2. Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  3. Fakultas Sastra dan Filsafat, Jakarta
  4. Fakultas Ekonomi, Jakarta
  5. FakultasPertanian, Bogor
  6. Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Bogor
  7. Fakultas Ilmu Penget. Teknik & Lembaga Pend Guru Menggambar, Bandung
  8. Fakultas Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Bandung

1959-1963

Universitas Indonesia

  1. Fakultas Kedokteran, Jakarta
  2. Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  3. Fakultas Sastra, Jakarta
  4. Fakultas Ekonomi, Jakarta
  5. Fakultas Psikologi, Jakarta
  6. Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi, Jakarta
  7. Fakultas Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Jakarta
  8. Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan, Jakarta
  9. Fakultas Pertanian, Bogor
  10. Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Bogor

1963-1987

Universitas Indonesia

  1. Fakultas Kedokteran, Jakarta
  2. Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  3. Fakultas Sastra, Jakarta
  4. Fakultas Ekonomi, Jakarta
  5. Fakultas Psikologi, Jakarta
  6. Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi, Jakarta
  7. Fakultas Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Jakarta
  8. Fakultas Teknik, Jakarta
  9. Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat, Jakarta
  10. Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Jakarta
  11. Fakultas Non Gelar Ekonomi, Jakarta
  12. Fakultas Non Gelar Teknologi, Jakarta 13. Fakultas Pascasarjana, Jakarta

1987-2007

Universitas Indonesia

  1. Fakultas Kedokteran, Kampus Salemba - Jakarta
  2. Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Kampus Depok
  3. Fakultas Sastra, Kampus Depok
  4. Fakultas Ekonomi, Kampus Depok
  5. Fakultas Psikologi, Kampus Depok
  6. Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi, Kampus Salemba - Jakarta
  7. Fakultas Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Kampus Depok
  8. Fakultas Teknik, Kampus Depok
  9. Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat, Kampus Depok
  10. Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Kampus Depok
  11. Fakultas Ilmu Komputer, Kampus Depok
  12. Fakultas Ilmu Keperawatan, Kampus Depok
  13. Fakultas Pascasarjana, Kampus Salemba - Jakarta

2007-2011

Universitas Indonesia

  1. Fakultas Kedokteran, Kampus Salemba - Jakarta
  2. Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Masyarakat, Kampus Depok
  3. Fakultas Sastra, Kampus Depok
  4. Fakultas Ekonomi, Kampus Depok
  5. Fakultas Psikologi, Kampus Depok
  6. Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi, Kampus Salemba - Jakarta
  7. Fakultas Ilmu Pasti dan Ilmu Alam, Kampus Depok
  8. Fakultas Teknik, Kampus Depok
  9. Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat, Kampus Depok
  10. Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Kampus Depok
  11. Fakultas Ilmu Komputer, Kampus Depok
  12. Fakultas Ilmu Keperawatan, Kampus Depok
  13. Fakultas Pascasarjana, Kampus Salemba - Jakarta
  14. Program Pendidikan Vokasi, Kampus Depok

 

Logo & Philosophy

The earliest form of the logo of Universitas Indonesia was created in 1952 by Sumaxtono (born as Sumartono), a student from 1951 Art Department Class, Faculty of Engineering which was at the time known as Fakulteit Teknik Universiteit Indonesia, located in Bandung.

The basic idea underlining the logo is the kala-makara, a symbol of two sources of energy in the nature. Kala is the energy from above (the power of the sun), while makara represents the energy from below (the power of the earth) . The two powers are combined and stylized into a symbol that represents the function of Universitas Indonesia as a source of knowledge and the works resulting from it which is disseminated wide and far.
The Logo of Universitas Indonesia comprises of 2 elements: a tree with its branches and the makara symbol :

Coat of Arms Universitas Indonesia



The logo of Universitas Indonesia carries the following interpretation:

The tree, which includes the buds and the branches represent science and its branches, implying as well that the buds will soon flourish and turn into new branches of science. The buds will continue to blossom as long as the main tree is alive. By this, Sumaxtono intends to state that branches of sciences will continuously grow according to the need and development of civilization.

Makara that pours down water signifies the works of science which are disemminated wide and far. Sumaxtono hereby implies that Universitas Indonesia is a source of knowledge which produces intelligent graduates who are highly skilled and pious, who have high morals and an open attitude, who are responsive to the changes and advancement of science and technology, as well as emphatic to the problems faced by the society. They are also the people who have the capacity to solve the problems occuring wherever they are, using the academic principles.

The logo design and the meaning it carried was presented to Srihadi (a student from the 1952 class from the same department)in 1952. Prof. KRHT H. Srihadi Soedarsono Adhikoesoemo, M.A. who also created the logo of Bandung Techology Institute- was not sure of when or who authenticated this logo. What he was sure of was that on the cover of the book titled Universiteit Indonesia, Fakulteit Teknik, Bandung: Rentjana Untuk Tahun Peladjaran 1952-1953 (Universitas Indonesia, Faculty of Engineering, Bandung: Course Plans for Academic Years 1952-1953), published by AID, Bandung, 120 pages, this logo was printed, using the original design by Sumaxtono (without the pentagonal border).
 
 

Mark of Achievement

  • Universitas Indonesia grabbed the highest ranking for category university from Indonesia, and rank 64 Asia, and rank 273 in the world in QS Worldwide University Rangking 2012.
  • Universitas Indonesia grabbed the highest ranking for category university from Indonesia, rank 59 Asia and rank 217 in the world in QS Worldwide University Rangking 2011.
  • Universitas Indonesia grabbed the highest ranking for category university from Indonesia, and rank 50 Asia in QS Worldwide University Rangking 2010.
  • Universitas Indonesia grabbed the highest ranking for category university from Indonesia, rank 50 Asia, and rank 201 in the world in the year 2009 in THES Higher Education Ranking 2009.
  • Christiaan Eijkman, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1929
  • Universitas Indonesia is one of the oldest university in Indonesia rooted back to 1848 when the school of Javanese Doctor was erected.
  • Universitas Indonesia is the best university in the globe Asia Magazine 2008.
  • Universitas Indonesia is the best university in Indonesia in the Tempo Magazine 2008.
  • Universitas Indonesia is the best university at the Indonesia ICT Award 2008 in term of Best IT and infrastructure by the category best content and application. Universitas Indonesia merit winner in INAICTA 2008 as university with the best access and connectivity.
  • Universitas Indonesia has been hosting 6 times Indonesia Robot Contest considering the fact that it has the most comprehensive facilities and student activities to support the yearly event of Indonesia Higher Education Institution of university of Natural Education.
  • Trough a green campus initiative, more than 40.000 members of the Universitas Indonesia community to support, promote and ensure sustainable future in which the global warming are the main concern. Ten kilometers of bicycle track has been build across Universitas Indonesia Depok Campus during 2008.
  • Universitas Indonesia ranked 287 in THES 2008 as a world class university and ranked 395 in THES 2007.

 

Award Year: 2004 - 2007

2007
International RecognitionDescriptionCountry
The 8th Hitachi Young Leaders Initiative Program SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Humanities
Hanoi, Vietnam
ALSA Annual International Conference SELECTED PARTICIPANT
6 students, Faculty of Law
Bangkok, Thailand
Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition BEST ORALIST (WINNER)
Faculty of Law
Washington DC, USA
Asia Link Spring School Female Cancer Programme SELECTED PARTICIPANT
10 students, Faculty of Medicine
Leiden University, Netherlands
Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition SELECTED PARTICIPANT
5 students, Faculty of Law
Vienna, Austria
International Maritime law Arbitration Moot - CHAMPION
- 2nd BEST MEMORANDA FOR RESPONDENT
5 students, Faculty of law
Melbourne Australia
Asian International Model United Nations (AIMUN) Conference SELECTED PARTICIPANT
3 students, Faculty of Law
Beijing, China
Inter-Civilization Youth Engagement Program 2007 SELECTED PARTICIPANT
4 students, Faculty of Computer Science
Kajang, Malaysia
Japan Airlines Foundation Scholarship Program SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Ishikawa and Tokyo, Japan
The 7th Annual Asian Law Student’s Forum, ALSA SELECTED PARTICIPANT
9 students, Faculty of Law
Seoul, South of Korea
Scientific Competition Asia Pacific Dental students’ Association (APDSA) THIRD WINNER
3 students, Faculty of Dentistry
Taiwan
Forum Seoul Brother Sister Project of Sustainable Development of Cities SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Public Health
Seoul, South of Korea
The Second China-ASEAN Youth Camp and China-ASEAN Youth Leaders Meeting SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Engineering
Beijing, China
The 14th International Mathematic Competition for University Student HONOURABLE MENTION
1 student, Faculty of Computer Science

FINALIST
1 student, Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Sciences
Bulgaria
Conference Business the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Economics
Hongkong
Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Program SELECTED PARTICIPANT
2 students, Faculty of Medicine
New York, USA
''Les Cultures du Monde GANNAT Festival'' and ''International Festival of TARCENTO'' INVITED PARTICIPANT
UI Dance League Krida Budaya
France and Italy
2006
International RecognitionDescriptionCountry
World L'Oreal E-Strat Challenge Competition THIRD WINNER
3 students, Faculty of social and Political Sciences
Paris, France
All-Asians University Debating Championship FIFTH WINNER FOR TEAM A
SECOND WINNER FOR TEAM B
FINALIST FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING
UI Student Activity Unit - English Debating Society
Langkawi, Malaysia
The Fifth Asian Youth Congress SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Bangkok, Thailand
8th Asian Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band INVITED PARTICIPANT
UI Student Symphonic Orchestra Mahawaditra
Bangkok, Thailand
13th International Mathematic Competition for University Students THIRD WINNER
Faculty of Computer Science
Ukraina
11th International Scientific Olympiad on Mathematic BRONZE MEDAL
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural sciences
Tehran, Iran
Asia Cup International Law Moot Court Competition FIRST WINNER
HIGH ACHIEVEMENT MEMORIAL
2ND BEST ORALIST
Faculty of Law
Tokyo, Japan
Educational Forum and Young Speaker Contest, The 8th ASEAN University Network (AUN) FIRST WINNER
1 student, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences - UI Student Activity Unit - English Debating Society
Singapore
International Moot Competition ALSA Conference SECOND WINNER
THE MOST PERSUASIVE ASIAN COUNCIL
2 students, Faculty of Law
Bangkok, Thailand
Austral-Asian Universities Debating Championship SECOND WINNER FOR ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
UI Student Activity Unit - English Debating Society
Wellington, New Zealand
Austral-Asian Universities Debating Championship SECOND WINNER FOR ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
UI Student Activity Unit - English Debating Society
Wellington, New Zealand
Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Program SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Economics and 1 student, Faculty of Computer Science
New York, USA
Conference Business the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Economics
Singapore
Harvard College Asian Business Forum SELECTED PARTICIPANT
1 student, Faculty of Economics
Mumbai, Italia
International Youth Forum SELECTED PARTICIPANT
Faculty of Engineering
Hongkong
 
 

Program

Doctoral ProgramsMaster ProgramsUndergraduate Programs
Medical Science Biomedical Science Medical Science
Biomedical Science Occupational Medics Dentistry
Nutrition Science Nutrition Science Mathematics
Biology Basic Dentistry Science Physics
Chemistry Science Community Dentistry Science Biology
Electrical Engineering Mathematics Chemistry
Opto Electronics and Laser Application Physics Geography
Mechanical Engineering Biology Electrical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Chemistry Mechanical Engineering
Metallurgy Engineering Pharmaceutical Science Civil Engineering
Law Geography Science Architecture
Economics Ocean Science Chemical Engineering
Management Science Electrical Engineering Industrial Engineering
Accounting Opto Electronics and Laser Application Metallurgy and Material Engineering
Philosophy Mechanical Engineering Naval Engineering
Linguistics Civil Engineering Computer Engineering
Literary Studies Architecture Interior Architecture
History Chemical Engineering Biotechnology
Archaeology Industrial Engineering Law
Psychology Metallurgy Engineering Economics
Administration Science Law Management
Political Science Notariat Study Accounting
Sociology Economics Library Science
Communication Science Management Philosophy
Anthropology Accounting Indonesian Studies
Public Health Planning and Public Policy English Studies
Epidemiology Library Science Arabic Studies
Computer Science Philosophy Japanese Studies
Environmental Science Literary Studies France Studies
  Linguistics German Studies
  History Russian Studies
  Archaeology Dutch Studies
  Psychology Chinese Studies
  Administration Science Korean Studies
  International Relation Javanese Studies
  Criminology History
  Political Science Archaeology
  Sociology Psychology
  Communication Science State Administration Science
  Social Welfare Science Business Administration Science
  Epidemiology Fiscal Administration Science
  Work Safety and Health Studies International Relation
  Hospital Administration Criminology
  Information Technology Political Science
  Computer Science Sociology
  Nursing Science Communication Science
  Biomedical Technology Social Welfare Science
  Demography and Workforce Studies Social Anthropology
  Police Studies Public Health
  American Area Studies Nutrition
  Japanese Area Studies Computer Science
  European Area Studies Information System
  Islamic & Middle East Area Studies Nursing Science
  Urban Development Studies  
  Women Studies  
  National Defense Studies  
  Environmental Studies  

 

Research Center

  1. Center for Computing and IT (CC IT)
  2. Center for East Asia Cooperation Studies (CEACOS)
  3. Center for Environmental Health and Industrial
  4. Center for Global Civil Society Studies (Pacivis)
  5. Center for Research on Intergroup Relations and Conflict Resolution (CERIC)
  6. Center for Excellence Indigenous Biological Resources-Genome Studies (CoE IBR-GS)
  7. Center for Excellence Nano Science and Technology (CoE NST)
  8. Health Research Center for Crisis and Disaster (HRCCD)
  9. Institute of Human Virology and Cancer Biology (IHVCB).
  10. Research Group, Studies and Application of Basic Law Science
  11. Anthropology Laboratory
  12. Political Science Laboratory
  13. Sociology Laboratory/ Center for Sociological Studies
  14. Institute of Demography
  15. Institute for Law and Society Studies
  16. Institute for Law and Technology Studies
  17. Institute for Fiscal Law Studies
  18. Institute for Civil Code Studies
  19. Institute for Islam and Islamic Law Studies
  20. Institute for Competition and Trade Policy Studies
  21. Institute for Capital Market and Financial Studies
  22. Institute for Law Institution Studies
  23. Institute for Sociology of Law and Constitution Studies
  24. Institute for Psychological Research (LPPsi)
  25. Institute for Measurement Instrument and Psychological Education Development (LPSP3)
  26. Institute for Indonesian Formal Law and Judicial System Studies
  27. Institute for International Law Studies
  28. Institute for Economy and Society Studies (LPEM)
  29. Institute for Applied Psychology (LPT)
  30. Institute for Law and Economic Studies
  31. Integrated Laboratory on Endocrinology Science
  32. Centre of Computer Science's (PUSILKOM)
  33. Centre for Area and Urban Studies
  34. Centre for Health Administration and Policy Studies (CHAMPS)
  35. Centre for Anthropology Studies
  36. Centre for Australian Studies
  37. Centre for Disability Studies
  38. Centre for Health Economic and Policy Studies (PKEKK)
  39. Centre for European Studies
  40. Centre for Electric Power and Energy Studies
  41. Centre for International Relation Studies (CIRES)
  42. Center for Law and Good Governance Studies (CLGS)
  43. Centre for Administration Science Studies
  44. Centre for Social Welfare Science Studies
  45. Centre for Social Welfare Studies
  46. Centre for Criminology Studies
  47. Centre for Social and Political Development Studies
  48. Centre for Political Studies (Puskapol)
  49. Centre for Environmental Risk and Safety Studies
  50. Centre for Middle East and Islamic Studies
  51. Centre for American Area Studies
  52. Centre for Applied Geographics Research
  53. Centre for Family Welfare Research (PUSKA & IMPACT)
  54. Centre for Societal and Cultural Research (PPKB)
  55. Centre for Development Institution Research
  56. Centre for Science and Technology Research
  57. Centre for Human and Environmental Resources Research
  58. Centre for Epidemiology and Surveillance Research
  59. Centre for Marine Studies
  60. Centre for Japanese Studies
  61. Centre for Natural Product and Medicine Studies
  62. Centre of Communication Studies
  63. Research Centre for Materials Science
  64. SEAMEO- TROPMED RCCN

 

Paten & Copyright

Below is statistics of development request for patent rights which described at the tables:

 

Total Request for Patent at UI (2008-2013)

YearGranteePatent GrantedGranted Year
2009201020112012
2008 8 8 7 0 0 1
2009 42 36 0 27 8 1
2010 13 13 0 5 4 4
2011 71 65 0 0 15 50
2012 29 0 0 0 0 0
2013 14 0 0 0 0 0
Quantity 177 122 7 32 27 56

 

Total Request for Patent at (2008-2013)

YearGranteePatent GrantedGranted Year
201120122013
2008 20 5 2 2 1
2009 7 0 0 0 0
2010 13 0 0 0 0
2011 16 0 0 0 0
2012 10 0 0 0 0
2013 6 0 0 0 0
Quantity 72 5 2 2 1

 

Total Request for Patent at  (2008-2013)

BrandYearItem RegisteredGranted Year
20102013
Logo of Makara UI 2002 1 1 0
Logo of Makara UI 2009 32 32 0
Logo of "Veritas, Probitas, Iustitia, Est. 1849" 2011 33 0 0
Quantity 66 33 0

Last Update: Mei 2013

 

List patent/ copyright sregistration in Universitas Indonesia:

More information about copyright and patent can be found at  Direktorat Kemitraan dan Inkubator Bisnis Universitas Indonesia also known as DKIB

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