|University of Indonesia|
|Established:||1851 (as School for Javanese Doctor)|
|Rector:||Prof. The date of establishment or date of founding of an Institution is the date on which that institution chooses to claim as its starting point The word rector ("ruler" from the Latin regere and Rector meaning "Teacher" In Latin has a number of different meanings but all of them indicate an academic Dr. der Soz. Gumilar Rusliwa Somantri|
|Staff:||2. Employment is a Contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. 941 (Full-time Staff for Academic Staff on 2007/2008 Fiscal Year)|
|Students:||34. The word student is etymologically derived through Middle English from the Latin second-type conjugation Verb "studēre" 921 students (2007/2008)|
|Location:||Depok and Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Campus:||Both urban and rural|
(Total Area 3,552,713 m²)
With 3 areas: Depok, Salemba, Pegangsaan Timur
|Affiliations:||AUN, ASAIHL, APRU|
University of Indonesia (in Indonesian: Universitas Indonesia), abbreviated as UI, has its roots in the oldest tertiary-level education facilities in Indonesia (then the Dutch East Indies). Indonesian or Bahasa Indonesia, based on the Riau version of Malay language, was declared the official language with the declaration of See http//enwikipediaorg/wiki/WikipediaFootnotes for an explanation of how to generate footnotes using the tags and the template below Its main campus is located in the north part of Depok, West Java, and the other main campus site is in the Salemba area of Central Jakarta. Depok is a city in West Java, Indonesia. It is part of the Jabotabek metropolitan area Jakarta (also DKI Jakarta) is the Capital and largest city of Indonesia.
It is regarded as one of Indonesia's premier universities, scoring higher than any other Indonesian university in the Times Higher Education Supplement World University Rankings of 2006.  It ranked number 395 in THES World University Rankings of 2007, lower than Gadjah Mada University and Bandung Institute of Technology. The Gadjah Mada University (Indonesian Universitas Gadjah Mada or UGM) is the largest university in Indonesia in terms of student population Bandung Institute of Technology ( ITB) (Institut Teknologi Bandung is a state Coeducational Research university located in Bandung, 
The roots of Indonesia University (UI) dated back to 1851. At that time, the colonial government of Dutch East Indies decided to established a school to train medical assistants. Such a training lasted for two years, and the graduates were certified to give simple and basic medical treatments. The degree conferred was Javanese Doctor as the graduates were certified only to open their practice in Dutch East Indies, especially Java. The program became more comprehensive, and by 1864 it was expanded to three years. By 1875, the program of study had reached 7 years length and the graduates were entitled to the degree Medical Doctor.
The next step happened in 1898 when the Dutch East Indies government established a completely new school to train medical doctor, named STOVIA (School tot Opleiding von Inlandsche Artsen). The prerequisite to enter STOVIA was roughly the equivalent of a junior high school diploma, but the school's education took 9 years, so it was a mix between high school and university education. Many STOVIA graduates later played important roles in Indonesia's national movement toward independence, as well in developing medical education in Indonesia.
In 1924, the colonial government again decided to open a new tertiary-level educational facility, to train civilian officers and servants, the RHS (Rechts Hogeschool). The RHS would later evolve into Faculty of Law. In 1927, STOVIA's status was changed to become a full tertiary-level institution and renamed as GHS (Geneeskundige Hogeschool). The GHS occupied the same main building and use the same teaching hospital as the current Faculty of Medicine. Many GHS alumni would later play roles in establishing the Indonesia University of Indonesia.
After the independence of Indonesia, the Indonesian Institute for Higher Education (BPTRI) was established in Jakarta consisting of three faculties, namely Medicine and Pharmacy, Letters and Law. The institute produced its first 90 graduate students as medical doctors in the same year. When the Dutch colonial army occupied Jakarta in late 1945, the BPTRI moved to Klaten, Surakarta, Yogyakarta, Surabaya and Malang. The Netherlands ( Dutch:, ˈnedərlɑnt is the European part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, which consists of the Netherlands the Netherlands In 1946, the Dutch colonial government established a Nood Universiteit or Emergency University at Jakarta. In 1947, the name was changed into Universiteit van Indonesie (UVI) or the University of Indonesia. Following the Indonesian National Revolution, the government established a state university in Jakarta in February 1950. Timeline of the Indonesian National RevolutionThe Indonesian National Revolution or Indonesian War of Independence was an armed conflict and diplomatic struggle between The name was Universiteit Indonesia, comprising of BPTRI units and the former UvI, which was later changed into Universitas Indonesia (UI).
By 1950, UI was a multi campus university, with faculties in Jakarta (Medicine, Law, and Letters), Bogor (Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine), Bandung (Engineering, Mathematics and Natural Sciences), Surabaya (Medicine and Dentistry), and Makassar (Economics). The Surabaya campus became Universitas Airlangga in 1954, and in the following year, the Makassar campus became Universitas Hasanuddin. University of Airlangga is one of the oldest state universities in Indonesia. In 1959, the Bandung campus became Institut Teknologi Bandung. Bandung Institute of Technology ( ITB) (Institut Teknologi Bandung is a state Coeducational Research university located in Bandung, The School for Physical Education, which was also located in Bandung, became part of Universitas Padjadjaran in 1960. Universitas Padjadjaran (Padjadjaran University or UNPAD is an institution of higher learning located in Bandung, which is the provincial capital of West Java In 1964, the Bogor campus became Institut Pertanian Bogor and the Faculty of Education in Jakarta became Universitas Negeri Jakarta. Institut Pertanian Bogor (or Bogor Agricultural University) is an Indonesian state university located in Bogor. By 1965, UI consisted of three campuses, all in Jakarta, namely the Salemba Campus (Medicine, Dentistry, Economics, Engineering, Science and the Graduate School), the Rawamangun Campus (Letters, Law, Social Science and Psychology) and the Pegangsaan Campus (Public Health and parts of Medicine).
The Salemba Campus, located in Central Jakarta, is dedicated mostly for the faculties of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing. Central Jakarta ( Indonesian: Jakarta Pusat) is a city of Jakarta, Indonesia. It adjoins the Cipto Mangunkusumo National Hospital (RSCM) as well as the University Dental Hospital. It also houses parts of the Postgraduate Program, Faculty of Economics (Extension and Master of Management programs) and Faculty of Engineering (laboratories).
The Depok campus, located in Depok, just south of Jakarta, was built around the mid-1980s to accommodate the modernization of the university. Depok is a city in West Java, Indonesia. It is part of the Jabotabek metropolitan area The 1980s was the decade spanning from January 1 1980 to December 31 1989. It is now the main campus of the University. Most of the faculties (Mathematics & Natural Sciences, Engineering, Psychology, Letters, Economics, Social Politics, Law, Computing, Nursing and Public Health) have been relocated here.
Depok campus is located alongside the Jakarta-Bogor commuter railway, offering students easy access to transport by rail. Bogor is a city in West Java with a population of approximately 800000 people in the CBD area and 2000000 in suburban area bringing a total of 3 million population Students also benefit from the frequent commuter bus services connecting many parts of Jakarta to Depok.
It is planned to relocate the undergraduate training of the medical and dental faculties to Depok in 2010.
The main library of the university is also located in the campus, along with other facilities such as the Student Services Centre, Student Activities Centre, gymnasium, Stadium, hockey field, hotel (Wisma Makara), travel agent and the University dormitory.
The university consists of 12 faculties providing courses at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. Some graduate and postgraduate courses are managed by the separate Postgraduate Program.
FK is an abbreviation for Fakultas Kedokteran, and is one of the faculty located in Salemba, Jakarta. The faculty adjoins with the Cipto Mangunkusumo National Hospital (RSCM), which is one of the faculty's major hospital. It is the first medicine faculty ever built in Indonesia (with several changes in the faculty's name between the Dutch Colonial Era until now), and also the oldest faculty in the University of Indonesia.
FKG is an abbreviation for Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi, located in Salemba alongside the Faculty of Medicine.
The faculty was first developed in 1954 by the Indonesian Dental Association, Professor Ouw Eng Liang and his colleagues. Year 1954 ( MCMLIV) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display full 1954 Gregorian calendar) This idea was supported by Rector of the University of Indonesia (Prof. Dr. Sudjono Djuned Pusponegoro) and Dean Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia (Prof. Dr. Soekarjo), and finally the Indonesian Minister of Education recognized the faculty through his formal letter 108049, dated December 21, 1960. Events 69 - The end of the Year of the four emperors: Following Galba, Otho and Vitellius, Vespasian Year 1960 ( MCMLX) was a Leap year starting on Friday (link will display full calendar of the Gregorian calendar. In 1961, the faculty started accepting students. Year 1961 ( MCMLXI) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display full calendar of the Gregorian calendar. All facilities used were belonged to the Central Public Hospital (known as the Cipto Mangunkusumo National Central General Hospital) and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia. During the first years, lectures were conducted together with the medical faculty.
On March 27, 1965, the faculty established a dental clinic for public services under the Faculty Foundation. Events 196 BC - Ptolemy V ascends to the throne of Egypt. 1309 - Pope Clement V excommunicates Year 1965 ( MCMLXV) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display full calendar of the 1965 Gregorian calendar. In 1967, the first 15 dentists were graduated and the alumni organization, ILUNI-FKGUI, was established. Year 1967 ( MCMLXVII) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display full calendar of the 1967 Gregorian calendar. As of 1986, three main buildings have been built, used for classrooms, auditorium, student activities, administration rooms, lecturer’s rooms, laboratories, and other facilities. Year 1986 ( MCMLXXXVI) was a Common year starting on Wednesday (link displays 1986 Gregorian calendar) To support the community service education, a dental clinic of Public Health Center located in Serpong, Tangerang was established in collaboration with the university’s rural project. Tangerang is a City in Banten, Indonesia. It is located about 20 km west of Jakarta.
Postgraduate specialist program in clinical dentistry was started in 1982 and has developed into seven specialities in dentistry, followed by the establishment of Doctorate Program in Dental Science in 1991. Year 1982 ( MCMLXXXII) was a Common year starting on Friday (link displays the 1982 Gregorian calendar) Year 1991 ( MCMXCI) was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar. In 1998, the faculty established Master Degree Programs consist of Basic Dental Sciences and Preventive and Community Dentistry as an opportunity for Sarjana Kedokteran Gigi to pursue and continue higher education. Year 1998 ( MCMXCVIII) was a Common year starting on Thursday (link will display full 1998 Gregorian calendar)
The Dental Clinic has developed into University Dental Hospital (RSGM FKG UI) that officially established in 1996. This hospital is the main focus of the faculty teaching activities as well as dental public services.
The faculty also covers several departments, i. e. Conservative Dentistry, Dental Materials & Technology, Dentomaxillofacial Radiology, Oral Biology, Oral Medicine, Orthodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Pediatric Dentistry, Preventive & Community Dentistry, Prosthodontics and Periodontics. All these departments reflects the specialty dental services and training provided in the faculty, except Dental Materials and Oral Biology, which scope the basic dental sciences.
FMIPA is an abbreviation for Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, located at both Salemba and Depok campus. Its formal English name is Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, but often wrongly named as Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Initially, Faculty of Law was a secondary education, specializing in law (Dutch: rechtsschool). Dutch ( is a West Germanic language spoken by around 24 million people 22 million of which are from the Netherlands, Belgium and Suriname It was established by the Dutch colonial government to cater the need of Indonesian clerks within the courts, that were dominated by Dutch judges. See http//enwikipediaorg/wiki/WikipediaFootnotes for an explanation of how to generate footnotes using the tags and the template below In 1924, the rechtsschool was upgraded into tertiary education, known as Rechtshogeschool, with two departments: the Law and Social Sciences. The Rechtshogeschool was merged with the medical school (School tot Opleiding van Inlandsche Artsen or Stovia) into Universiteit van Indonesie. In 1955, the name was changed into Universitas Indonesia). In 1968, the Social Sciences Department was redesignated into a new faculty, named the Faculty of Social Sciences.
FPsi is an abbreviation for Fakultas Psikologi, located at Depok campus. The faculty was established in 1953 by Prof Dr Slamet Iman Santoso, who became the first dean. At the beginning, it was a specialty unit under the faculty of medicine, currently it is a separate faculty lead by Dr Dharmayati Utoyo Lubis, MA, PhD. It has six division (in alphabetical order): Clinical Psychology, Child Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology, General and Experimental Psychology, Organizational Psychology, and Social Psychology.
The faculty offers undergraduate, masters, and doctorate programs. The undergraduate program, offering the Sarjana Psikologi degree (Bachelor of Psychology), no longer includes psychologist professional training since 1994. To be qualified as a psychologist, one must take the master program with professional training in Clinical Psychology, Child Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology, or Organizational Psychology.
The master programs offered are divided as professional qualification program (M. Psi), applied psychology (M. Psi. T), and master of science program (M. Si). To enter the professional qualification program and master of science program, a candidate need to have a bachelor degree in psychology. The master of applied psychology program is open for bachelor of any undergraduate program.
FT is an abbreviation for Fakultas Teknik, located at Depok campus. This faculty have 7 departments : 1. Department of Civil Engineering. 2. Department of Mechanical Engineering. 3. Department of Electrical Engineering. 4. Department of Metallurgy & Material Engineering. 5. Department of Architecture. 6. Department of Chemical Engineering. 7. Department of Industrial Engineering.
FE is an abbreviation for Fakultas Ekonomi, located at both Salemba and Depok campus. The faculty was establish in 1950 by Prof. Dr. Soemitro Djojohadikoesumo, who became the first dean. The school's faculty are divided into three departments, Accounting, Management, and Economics Studies. Apart from regular bachelor and master classes, FE provides also a master study in management specially designed for business practices.
FKM is an abbreviation for Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat, located at both Salemba and Depok campus.
FISIP is an abbreviation for Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, located at Depok campus. The faculty was established in 1968.
The undergraduate courses in this faculty is managed by eight departments:
Each undergraduate course normally takes 4 years of completion (with a 2 year extension), conferring a Sarjana Ilmu Politik (Bachelor of Political Sciences) for Department of Political Sciences alumni or Sarjana Ilmu Sosial (Bachelor of Social Sciences) for alumni of other departments.
In addition, the faculty also manages a number of diploma (non-degree), extension, graduate and postgraduate programs.
FIB is an acronym for Faculty of Humanities at University of Indonesia; Located at Depok campus. It is known before as Fakultas Sastra (Faculty of Literature). There are 6 departements in FIB : Archeology, Philosophy, History, Literature, Linguistic, Library and Information.
The Department of Literature comprises 77 members (professors, doctors, and graduate scholars) teaching in 11 undergraduate studies programs (Indonesian, English, French, German, Dutch, Russian, Javanese, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Arabic), and the Master’s and Doctoral programs in literary and cultural studies. The members of the Department of Literatures form core groups to develop several areas of interest: (1) diaspora, migration, multiculturalism and nationalism; (2) children’s literature;(3) literature and philosophy; (4) film studies; (5) performing arts, drama and theatre; (6) oral tradition; (7) the study of hand-written manuscripts; (8) religion and cultures; (9) translation issues; (10) gender studies, (11) literary sociology and history; (12) cultural policies and cultural industries; (13) comparative literature; (14) semiotics; (15) area studies; (16) the teaching of language and literature and stylistic; (17) Chinese Malay literatures and Malay literature during Colonial period; (18) poetry, (19) literary genres, and special interest in (20) popular literatures.
The Faculty of Humanities also manage the Indonesian Language for Foreign Speakers program.
Fasilkom is an acronym for Fakultas Ilmu Komputer or Faculty of Computer Science at University of Indonesia; located in the Depok campus and also in Salemba, Jakarta. Depok is a city in West Java, Indonesia. It is part of the Jabotabek metropolitan area This faculty was originated from the Computer Science Study Programme which dated back to 1986, which is an independent study programme of other faculties (under Indonesia Inter-University Centre for Computer Science — PUSILKOM UI), directly under the university rectorate. The study programme eventually established as the Faculty of Computer Science in 1993.
Fasilkom offered two major of postgraduate. The first one is Magister Teknik Informasi (MTI / Master of Information Technology) which is located in Salemba. Another one is "Magister Ilmu Komputer" (Master of Computer Science) which is located in Depok. Fasilkom also offer Doctorate program of Computer Science.
Fasilkom is also home of Computational Intelligent Research Lab. , which publishes the Indonesian Society on Computer and Information Science (ICIS) journal.
Faculty of Nursing was Located at Salemba campus. Now, Faculty of Nursing is located in both Depok and Salemba Campus. Faculty of Nursing is the youngest faculty at University of Indonesia.