Monday, March 2, 2009


State University Of Jakarta ( UNJ )

Universitas Negeri Jakarta (the State University of Jakarta; henceforth UNJ for short) is the only state university located in Jakarta, the capital city of Indoensia. It has over 14,000 students from all over the country and a number of exchange students from Korea and Malaysia. This umber is growing, in line with the development and expansion of the university's facilities and services. There currently 860 academic staff, among them 100 full professors, 80 PhDs and several hundred Mater degree holders from prominent local and overseas universities.


UNJ campuses are spread is East and South Jakarta. The main campuses, Campus A and Campus B, are in Rawamangun area, in East Jakarta, a walking distance from each other.
Both campuses are on the main roads Jalan Daksinapati and Jalan Pemuda, not far from the Cawang - Tanjung Priok toll road exit, and accessible by various public tranportations. From the Sukarno - Hatta airport to both campusses will take you to traditional super-, and hypermarkets. And, in case you need it, to the Persahabatan Hospital. The National Language Centre, with its extensive library on the lenguages of the archipellago is also next door to Campus A. Campus B boasts modern sport facilities, a well-eguiped health centre and gymn. Three more campuses are are in Jalan Halimun, Jalan K.H.Achmad Dahlan, and Jalan Setiabudi, in South Jakarta. Each one can be easily reached by public trnportation.
The number of campuses reflects UNJ's belief that 'Small is beautiful' there by prioritizing culturally and aesthetically balanced learning environment.

Vision, Mission and AIMS

Converted from the Institute of Teacher Training and Education (IKIP) by Presidential Decree No.93, August 4,1999, UNJ has widened its focus not only to the training of professionals in education, but also to those in The non-educational fields of science, technology, arts and culture at all levels. In fact, during the 36 years of its existence as a teacher training institute, it has produced over 45.000 graduates who work all over the country, not only as teachers and educators, but also as well-received professional in non-educational fields.
UNJ is committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research, and scholarship, while aiming at a more ambitious goal to become a leader in higher educationin the year 2020.

Study Program

The university offers 44 study programs in its 29 departemens of 6 faculties. Courses on offer include a range of SI (under-graduate) programs, a number of S2 (master) and S3 (Doctorate) programs. Besides, non-degree programmes and diploma courses are also offered; for non-education graduates who want to work as teachers, certificate courses are available through Akta-5 programs.
The S1 program covers 144-to-160-credit courses which have tobe accomplished within the time span of 14 semesters, at the maximum. S1 graduates of the education strand are awarded the title S.Pd, and those of the non-educationnal strand are awarded with various titles that are specially used for the areas study or skills in question.
S1 students are selected through the regular state university entrance test, which is referred to as Ujian Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri or UMPTN, for short, and also through the selection system called Interest and Ability Tracing (Penelusuran Minat dan Kemampuan, or PMDK, for short). In addition, a number of departments, including the Sport Department, the Visual Art Department, the Music Department, and the Dance Department, require that students go through a special test before being accepted.
The S2 program covers 36-credit courses that have to be finished within the Tim span of 4 semesters to 10 semesters. The S3 program covers 40-credit courses that have to be finished within the time span of 5 semesters to 10 semesters.
Some faculties offer various courses of non-degree programs, including polytechinc-qualified diploma courses of D2 and D3, and Akta -4 certificate courses for non-educational students who are interested in becoming senior-high-school teachers.
A Transfer Program (Alih Program) is provided for those who wish to upgrade their D1, D2, D3 qualification to S1.

Universitas Andalas

Andalas University, the oldest university outside Java and to the four oldest in all of Indonesia, the decree was founded upon the Minister of Education and Culture no. 80016/Kab; 23 December 1955.

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

In its early years, the university has 5 faculties namely: Faculty of Agriculture in Payakumbuh, Faculty of Medicine and the MIPA in Bukittinggi, Padang in the Faculty of Law, Faculty of Education and Teachers in Batusangkar.

Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Animal Husbandry was established in Padang in 1961 and 1963 in succession following a 5 other faculty. In 1965, the Faculty of Teacher Education and separated into IKIP Padang.

Until now, Andalas University have programs below:

Diploma (Non Degree)
Consists of 3 programs are:

* Economics
* Technique
* Agriculture

Undergraduate Program (S1)
Consists of 9 faculties, namely:

* Faculty of Agriculture
* Faculty of Medicine
* Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
* Faculty of Law
* Faculty of Economics
* Faculty of Animal Husbandry
* Faculty of Letters
* Faculty of Engineering
* Faculty of Isipol

Postgraduate Program
Offers 12 programs of study are:

* Agronomy
* Development of Regions and Regional Rural
* Soil Science
* Animal Science
* Entomology and Phytophatology
* Planning and Development
* Biology
* Chemistry
* Environmental Science
* Industrial Technology Agriculture
* Law
* Management

And Doctoral programs in:

* Agricultural Technology.

universitas terbuka

Open University (UT) is the university of to-45 in the Indo ¬ nesia inaugurated on 4 September 1984, based on Kepu ¬ tusan No RI President. 41 Year in 1984.
A. The goal UT
UT established the following objectives:
1. provide the opportunity for a wide range of Indonesian citizens and foreign citizens, in any place of residence, to mempeoleh higher education;
2. provide higher education for them, because of work or because of other reasons, can not continue their education in universities in the face; and
3. develop a program of academic and professional education in accordance with the real needs of development that have not been developed by many other universities.

B. Learning System
UT implement a distance learning system and open. The term distance learning does not mean done in the face, but using the media, both print media (modules) and non-print (audio / video, computer / Internet, broadcast radio and television). The meaning of open is no age restriction, year diploma, the study, the time of registration, and the frequency of the test. The only restriction is that every UT student must have completed secondary education up (high school or the equivalent).

C. Learn how
UT students are expected to learn independently. Learn how to self-willed students to learn on their own initiative or initiatives. Independent study can be done alone or in groups, in both study groups or in tutorial groups. UT provides teaching materials that can be tailored to the study independently. In addition to using teaching materials provided by UT, students can also take the initiative to take advantage of the library, follow the tutorial either face-to-face or via the Internet, radio, and television, as well as using other sources of learning such as teaching materials berbantuan computer programs and audio / video. When experiencing difficulty learning, students can ask for in ¬ ¬ masi or tutorial assistance to the Program Unit Learning Remote Uni ¬ versitas Open (UPBJJ-UT) local.

Independent study in many cases determined by the ability to learn efficiently. Ability to learn depends on the speed of reading and reading ability to understand the contents. To be able to learn independently in an efficient, UT students have demanded self-discipline, initiative, and a strong motivation to learn. Students also are required to be able to manage time efficiently, so that learning can be based on a regularly scheduled study that determined its own. Therefore, in order to succeed in the UT study, prospective students must be prepared to learn independently.

D. Semester Credit System
UT as well as other universities, to apply the credit system to assign the burden of the semester of study students each semester. Credit in the semester system, the burden of study ha ¬ rus completed in a program of study measured by units of semester credit (SKS). Each course is given weight 2-4 SKS or more. One semester is a time of learning activities for about 16 sunday.

In the face of higher education, students who take the burden of study SKS one must follow the lecture for one hour per week in class and one hour to practice, praktikum, or study at home, so in one semester, the student must learn to allocate time around 32 hours. To cover subjects that have weight 3 SKS needed time to study about 96 hours per semester.

In distance education system, students must also be allocated the same time with the students face-to-face (2 hours per week per SKS). The only activity more study is done independently (at home, through study groups, and tutorials).

Special to UT, one SKS disetarakan with three modules of teaching materials in print. One module consists of 40-50 pages, so that the weight of teaching materials with 3 SKS ranged between 360-450 pages depending on the type of course. Based on the results of research, the ability to read and understand the average student is 5-6 pages per hour for up to read the weight of teaching materials with the required 3 SKS (360 to 450): (5 to 6) the result around 75 hours. If a semester has 16 sunday time, the time needed to read the weight of teaching materials with 3 SKS is 75: 16 for approximately 5 hours per week. For example, students take 15 SKS / semester so that should be allocated time to learn as much as 15: 3 x 5 = 25 hours per week or approximately 5 hours per day (1 sunday dihi ¬ tung 5 day study).

With this study, such as UT students are expected to allocate time to study in accordance with the load taken SKS or take SKS load each semester according to the time that can be allocated to study and consider the academic ability of each.

E. Organizing Education in UT
In education, in cooperation with the UT all university land / private sector and relevant institutions in Indonesia. In each province or district / city that there are universities of the country, units of available service called UPBJJ UT-UT. Local universities land a role as a UT-UPBJJ and help in the writing of teaching materials, test materials, the implementation of the tutorial, pratek / praktikum, and test.

To provide optimal service to the education of students spread across the country and abroad, UT work with other institutions such as Bank BRI, Bank BTN, Bank Mandiri, Television of the Republic of Indonesia (TVRI), Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI), Radio Government Regional Press, Radio Broadcast Private Commerce, Provincial Government and Regency / City, Ministry of Home Affairs, Atase KBRI Education, National Library and the RI Regional Library, National Archives, Indosat, Jaksoft, and PT Pos Indonesia.

UT also work with institutions that want to improve the quality of resources, human beings, whether government agencies, state-owned and private. They can follow the program in the UT or order a new program of study in accordance with the needs instansinya. UT has to get over this trust da ¬ ri government to improve the quality of elementary school teachers and early childhood teachers through a program known as the pro ¬ gram Basic Education (Pendas). In addition, UT has also got the trust to improve the quality of human resources from the military, Bank BRI, Bank BNI, PT Garuda Indonesia, PT Merpati Nusantara, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Secretariat of Vice President, Pondok Pesantren and several other institutions.

universitas lambung mangkurat

University Lambung Mangkurat stand up initiatives and services, freedom fighter of the Republic of Indonesia in South Kalimantan, namely those on 17 May 1949 Military Governor proclaim Government ALRI Division IV Kalimantan, under the leadership of Governor General Hasan Basry, as an effort to establish independence. Reunion at the time of the Indonesian National Unity Division Lambung Mangkurat Niih Kandangan villages in Hulu Sungai Selatan regency on 3 - 10 March 1957 they formed "The Board of Lambung Mangkurat" plans with some of them were established universities in Kalimantan.

universitas palangkaraya

Early establishment of UNPAR conducted in 1962 by the Committee on Preparation The University of Central Kalimantan who get formal support from the Regional Government of Central Kalimantan. The work of the committee is the University of Central Kalimantan in the name of the University Palangka Raya PTIP inaugurated by the Minister based on the Decree No. 141 dated 10 November 1963 with three faculties namely Faculty of Economy, Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. At the same time also stood IKIP Palangka Branch Bandung Raya with two faculties, namely Faculty of Education (FIP) and the Teaching Faculty of Social Sciences (FKIS). On July 24, 1969 IKIP Palangka Branch Bandung Raya is diintegrasi in UNPAR.

In the next Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry Faculty of the time it is placed in Kuala Kapuas, can only be run more or less a year. In the year 1973, FKIS changed its name to the Faculty of Teaching. Therefore, until the year 1981 the University of Palangka Raya has only three faculties namely Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Science Faculty of Education and Teaching.

Recognizing the need for skilled workers in the field of agriculture and forestry in Central Kalimantan in 1981 the University Palangka Raya open a new faculty Non-Degree Faculty of Technology (FNT), which hold educational programs at three levels of diploma (D-3). In the year 1982, the Faculty of Science Faculty of Education and Teaching merged into the Faculty of Science Teaching and Education (FKIP) until now. Meanwhile, in 1991 inaugurated the Faculty of Agriculture as a Non-Degree Faculty of Technology.

In further developments, in 2000 established the Faculty of Engineering, and in 2003 founded the Faculty of Law. Thus, until now the University of Palangka Raya has five faculties namely: (1) Faculty of Economics, (2) Faculty of Science Teaching and Education, (3) Faculty of Agriculture, (4) Faculty of Engineering, and (5) Faculty of Law.

universitas trunojoyo

Trunojoyo university is a continuation of the University of Bangkalan Madura (Unibang) the 'change status' from the Universities Private Universities become Affairs, based on Presidential Decree (Presidential Decree) of the Republic of Indonesia Number 85 Year 2001 dated 5 July 2001.

Inauguration took place on 23 July 2001. In his speech as President Abdurrahman Wahid of Indonesia at the time, said that a desire to have the Society Madura University has been reached. The second, the desire that other island associated with Madura island, has been implemented pencanangan erection Suramadu bridge by President Megawati on 20 August 2003.

University Trunojoyo such as the existence of conditions that have at this time, still in the stage pembenahan-pembenahan fundamental, such as building renovation lectures, the central office administration and faculty offices, and campus infrastructure such as electricity and water installations, garden campus and sports facilities in the campus. Also made efforts to complete the procurement of facilities and laboratories at the Faculty of Agriculture and the Faculty of Engineering.


Higher education institutions to become the winner in the human resources that have academic competence and / or professional bertaqwa to God, and capable of creating, developing and disseminating of Science Technology and Arts is useful for the community, state and nation.

Holding a quality education in a sustainable, orderly and organized to produce human resources that have academic competence and / or professional bertaqwa to God.
To the confidence and pride of the academic sivitas Almamater.
Creating a conducive academic atmosphere in the learning process, research and dedication to the community.
Research quality and significantly contribute to the development of science, technology and art, and encourage community development.
Implement Tri Dharma University independently by using modern information technology system is oriented on increasing the quality and capacity competitiveness.

PURPOSE: With the cast off on the above vision and mission, Unijoyo aims:

Produce human resources that have the academic competence and / or professionals who believe and bertaqwa to God and have love and pride of Almamater.

Produce innovative research that is able to contribute to the development of science, technology and art that are useful for the welfare of the community.
Terselenggaranya of dedication to the community that is able to empower the community in solving problems.
Realize a conducive academic atmosphere in the Tri Dharma Universities system is supported by modern information technology.

universitas tadulako

The existence of universities in Central Sulawesi, as the embryo of the University of Tadulako through three (3) travel history stages, namely the status of private Tadulako period (1963-1966), the status of Branch (1966-1981), and higher status of the self, UNIVERSITY TADULAKO (UNTAD), from 1981 until now.

1. Private status period (1963-1966)

University Tadulako as private universities, grow and develop, with funding support from the pure self-help communities in Central Sulawesi, standing before the South Central Region are as Level I. Giving a name for Tadulako University is intended by the founders in order to become Tadulako University Higher education institutions that produce leaders who have the attributes virtue. Tadulako the concrete means Leader, and the nature, meaning Tadulako virtue. Thus Tadulako are leaders who have attributes virtue (just, wise, honest, smart, brave, spirited, pengayom, defender of truth).

Likewise the strong desire of the community in this region, which start with the hard work put steps towards the creation of institutions and scientific community, through of a University. Of hard work, and on 8 May 1963 University Tadulako stand with private status, the first rector Drh. Nasri Gayur. After various efforts to improve the status and role Tadulako University, on 12 September 1964 raised the status to "Registered" in accordance with a decree from the Ministry of Universities and Science Number: 94/B-SWT/P/64, with four faculties, each each:

§ Faculty of Social Politics.

§ Faculty of Economics

§ Faculty of Animal Husbandry

§ Faculty of Teaching and science education, faculty Hayat Science Education and Science.

The development of a more selanjutnuya increased faculty Faculty of Law so that the entire faculty to be five.

2. Branch period (1966 - 1981)

Various efforts and hard work done by community leaders in this region, the birth of universities with the status of branches, each branch Tadulako University of Hasanuddin University, based on a decree from the Minister of Higher Education and Science (PTIP) Number 1 Year 1966 January 1, 1966 and the Institute of Teaching and Science Education (IKIP) Ujung Pandang Branch Palu decree based on the Universities and the Minister of Science (PTIP) 2 Tax Year 1966 January 1, 1966.

Tadulako University of Hasanuddin University Branch (Branch Untad UNHAS) consists of four faculties, namely:

§ Faculty of Animal Husbandry.

§ Faculty of Economics

§ Faculty of Law

§ Faculty of Social Politics.

While IKIP Ujung Pandang Palu branch consists of three faculties, namely:

§ Faculty of Education

§ Faculty of Arts and Literature Teaching

§ Faculty of Science Teaching Eksata.

Since that time the two universities is the branch of life in a way that is very determined by each parent, especially in the case of education, the academic and administrative staff. Besides the role of the parent universities and UNHAS IKIP Ujung Pandang, the role of local government and community leaders in this area is determining the development of both branches is higher.

3. Self Tadulako University Founded In 1981

After a long journey and struggle for 15 years with the status of the branch, the various experiences and adjustments sisten higher education nationally, can be implemented with a commitment to increase the status of the establishment of a state university that case stand on its own. With the support of Local Government and Central Government (Ministry of Education and Culture), and Untad Branch UNHAS IKIP Ujung Pandang Branch Palu of their own have made the effort to form a variety of academic regulation, administration and provision of infrastructure and facilities needed.

For more mengefektifkan effort to realize one of Unversitas stand-alone, on top of the facility in 1981 the Directorate General Higher Education and the Regional Government of Central Sulawesi Province, dibentuklah Koordinatorium University of Central Sulawesi (PTST) diketuai by the Governor of Central Sulawesi with the deputy head of the six people who came Branch of UNTAD UNHAS (3 people) and Ujung Pandang IKIP Branch Palu (3 people).

Koordinatorium PTST efforts to reunite the two branches at the universities of Central Sulawesi and in the end appears to be a more solid basis for the establishment of the University stand on its own. And the support of community efforts in Central Sulawesi, Local Government, UNHAS Rector, Rector IKIP Ujung Pandang and the Directorate General of Higher Education, the status of the two branches of higher education institutions is being enhanced as the State University of stand-alone, with the abbreviated name TADULAKO UNIVERSITY (UNTAD) according decision with the President of the Republic of Indonesia Number 36 Year 1981 dated 14 August 1981. Based on the President's decision Untad consists of five (5) faculty:

§ Faculty of Science Teaching and Education

§ Faculty of Social and Political Sciences

§ Faculty of Economics

§ Faculty of Agriculture

§ Faculty of Law

Further increases in Pekembangan one faculty Faculty of Engineering in accordance with the Decree of the Minister of Education and Cultural Affairs number: 0378/0/1993 on 21 October 1993.

Of the six faculty who have, at this time hold Tadulako university education degree programs and diploma programs with 34 (thirty four) Program.