Partner Universities

Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII)

Public University
University name in mother tongue:
Universitas Islam Indonesia
Founder: founded by government
Number of faculties: 8
Number of students: 25 000
Number of teachers: 725 (157 with doctoral degree)
Number of study programmes : 46

Diploma: 4, Undergraduate:  24, Professional: 5, Graduate: 9

Postgraduate: 4

International cooperation:

AUSTRALIA

 

University of Wollongong

Partnership Model: Double Degree 2+2

Implementation: 17 students graduated from this program

 

University of Queensland

Partnership Model: Double Degree 2,5+1,5

Implementation: 1 student is participating in this program

 

University of South Australia

Partnership Model: Global Experience Study Tour

Implementation: UniSA has sent 50 students to join this program

 

Deakin University

Partnership Model:  Indonesian Language and Culture Immersion

Implementation: More than 100 students during this two years have participated in this program.

 

Flinders University

Partnership Model: Short Mobility Program

Implementation: 13 Flinders students participated in Understanding Islam in Indonesia Program with a sponsorship from New Colombo Plan 2016

 

International Internships Australia

Partnership Model: Internship Placement

Implementation: 45 students coming from Australia, Africa, The UK, Germany and America have joined the internship program hosted by UII.

 

University of Western Australia

Partnership Model: Potential Dual Degree Program with Master of Accounting

Implementation: Postgraduate School, Faculty of Economics UII is currently discussing about the possibility  to implement dual degree of Master of Accounting and other related master program in business and economics.

 

SOUTH KOREA

 

SolBridge International School of Business

Partnership Model: Student Exchange and  Double Degree 2+2

Implementation: 24 students have participated in this program since 2010

 

Youngsan University

Partnership Model: Double Degree 2+2,

Implementation:8 students are still studying there

 

NETHERLANDS

 

Saxion University of Applied Sciences

Partnership Model: Double Degree 3+1, Lecturer exchange

Implementation: 11 students are joining this program, 6 students are still studying in Saxion this year, 2 of them got a top talent scholarship from Saxion. Both UII and Saxion also sent their academic staff to give a guest lecture in respective universities. Saxion also sent their students (4 students) for the credit transfer program at UII.

 

CHINA

 

Nanjing Xiaozhuang University

Partnership Model: Double Degree 2+2,

Implementation: 10 students joining this program and all of them got partial scholarships from Xiaozhuang University. UII is now organising the upcoming summer program in June 2017 in collaboration with Xiaozhuang University that will be participated by 30 students from various study programs at Xiaozhuang.

 

Putra Malaysia University

Partnership Model: Students Mobility

Implementation: 4 students have participated in student exchange program

 

University of Islamic Science Malaysia Partnership Model: Students Exchange

Implementation: 13 students have participated in student exchange program. USIM will send 40 students in May 2017 to join outdoor and extreme sport programs conducted in Mt. Merapi.

 

Universiti Malaya

Partnership Model: Students Mobility

Implementation: UM sent 20 students to UII to join a Summer Program: Islam in Indonesia as a Multicultural Country and 20 students to join the community development program in some local villages in around Yogyakarta.

 

Universiti Teknologi Petronas

Partnership Model: Students & Lecturers Visit

Implementation: UTP sent 30 students and lecturers to join the community development program in some local villages in around Yogyakarta.

 

International Islamic University of Malaysia

Partnership Model: Students Exchange

Implementation: IIUM sent 10 students to UII to join some courses at UII (Islamic Law) in every year and UII also send regularly its students to study at IIUM 10 students/year.

 

TURKEY

 

Fatih Sutan Mehmet University

Partnership Model: Students Mobility

Implementation: Joint Studio Program for students of Architecture Study Program, participated by 25 students every year from Fatih Sutan Mehmet University to UII.

 

REGIONAL & MULTILATERAL

Passage to ASEAN (P2A)
Partnership Model: Students Mobility
Implementation: UII has sent more than 30 students to several countries of Southeast Asia to participate in social activities and cultural exchanges held by P2A.

The Southeast Asian
Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)
Partnership Model: Students Mobility
Implementation: UII sends about 10 students per year majoring in education programs to teach in some schools  in ASEAN countries. UII also has been a host for 14 students from Thailand to do practical teachings in some schools in Yogyakarta

Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (AIESEC)

Partnership Model: Students Mobility
Implementation: UII has sent 75 students to join volunteering programs in some countries such as Poland, Hungary, China, India, Egypt, Turkey, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Pakistan, Thailand, Italy etc.

REPESEA at University media:

Country: Indonesia
Location: Yogyakarta
Founded:
1945
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About the University:

Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) is one of the leading private universities in Indonesia. Inspired by the spirit of nationalism and guided by perennial values, UII was founded a month before the proclamation of Indonesian independence in 1945. UII now has been growing into a great place for learning. Located in the northern outskirt of Yogyakarta, the heart of Javanese culture, the main campus overlooks the stunning beauty of Merapi volcano, which is a perfect place to study.

As the first national university and pioneer of higher education in the country, Universitas Islam Indonesia is strongly rooted in the tradition of academic freedom, where the diversity of thoughts is highly respected. With a vibrant learning environment and a flair for innovation, we are committed to nurture students to be innovative global leaders.

We realize that perfection is a fruit of lifetime innovations and tireless efforts. Internally, this is carried out by providing modern facilities and maintaining quality assurance. To support the learning process, 10 libraries, 82 laboratories, and 27 research centers, are provided for research and education. Meanwhile, a great mosque, bookstore, sport hall, auditoriums, hospital, and student convention center are among first-rate facilities available in UII campuses.

The fruits of innovation are diverse. More than 85,000 UII alumnae are serving Indonesia and the world at large in many fields and many ways while maintaining professionalism and ethical values, to which UII vision is anchored.

Vision:

To become an internationally recognized university committed to perfection and Islamic values in the fields of education, research, community service and da'wa

Mission:

Vision
To become an internationally recognized university committed to perfection and Islamic values in the fields of education, research, community service and da'wa.

Mission
Upholding Qur’an and Sunnah as the sources of eternal truth to convey mercy to the worlds through development and dissemination of science, technology, culture, literature, and art based on Islamic values in order to nurture scholars and national leaders with good ethical conduct and integrity, having excellences in Islam, knowledge, leadership, competence, independence, and professionalism.

Largest Achievements

  • Awarded three-star at the QS Stars University Ratings (Quacquarelli Symonds, 2016).

  • Awarded as the best private university in Indonesia based on research performance (Indonesian Higher Education & Research Ministry, 2016)

  • UII is ranked top 10 of the best national universities in management and organizational quality (Indonesian Higher Education & Research Ministry, 2015)

  • UII has been accredited by the National Accreditation Board with an 'A' - the highest grade among all private universities In Indonesia (2013)

  • Awarded Green Awards with the category of Green Campus by La Tofi School of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility, 2012, 2014 and 2016)

  • Achieved the highest score in higher education quality insurance among all public & private universities (Indonesian Higher Education & Research Ministry, 2009)

 

Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) is one of the leading private universities in Indonesia. Inspired by the spirit of nationalism and guided by perennial values, UII was founded a month before the proclamation of Indonesian independence in 1945. UII now has been growing into a great place for learning. Located in the northern outskirt of Yogyakarta, the heart of Javanese culture, the main campus overlooks the stunning beauty of Merapi volcano, which is a perfect place to study.

As the first national university and pioneer of higher education in the country, Universitas Islam Indonesia is strongly rooted in the tradition of academic freedom, where the diversity of thoughts is highly respected. With a vibrant learning environment and a flair for innovation, we are committed to nurture students to be innovative global leaders.

We realize that perfection is a fruit of lifetime innovations and tireless efforts. Internally, this is carried out by providing modern facilities and maintaining quality assurance. To support the learning process, 10 libraries, 82 laboratories, and 27 research centers, are provided for research and education. Meanwhile, a great mosque, bookstore, sport hall, auditoriums, hospital, and student convention center are among first-rate facilities available in UII campuses.

The fruits of innovation are diverse. More than 85,000 UII alumnae are serving Indonesia and the world at large in many fields and many ways while maintaining professionalism and ethical values, to which UII vision is anchored.

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