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Best Universities for Bachelor Programs in Indonesia 2024

Number of institutions: 24
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    Paris Univeristy of International Edution (PUIE) Established in 2020, the Paris University of International Education (formerly known as Paris College of International Education) is a higher education institution focused on business management and teacher education. As learning trends are changing rapidly, our learning resources and environment are developed through collaboration with common interest stakeholders such as parents, industries, professional and trade organizations, and students especially for impactful and meaningful learning.

    • Denpasar Selatan, Indonesia

    Universitas Pendidikan Nasional, or better known as Undiknas, was founded on February 17, 1969. The forerunner of Undiknas at the beginning of its establishment was an academy in the banking sector called the Bank Academy, abbreviated as AKABA. In 1976, the academy changed its name to the Academy of Finance and Banking, with the permanent abbreviation AKABA.

    • Bandung, Indonesia

    Telkom University is the Best Private University in Indonesia (according to the Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia and Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking 2021, red.) which has the vision to become a “Research and Entrepreneurial University”. The fast growth of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) combined with the cultural diversity of Indonesia leads Telkom University to focus on ICT based education and research in the field of engineering, business, and creative industry. We consistently and continually develop the educational quality in terms of teaching, research, and community service.

    • RT.13, Indonesia

    Delivers the qualifications from international education partners, allowing an advanced entry into the Final Year of the Bachelor's Degree Program in Australia, the UK, Europe, the USA, and Canada. As well as educational hubs in Asia such as Singapore, Malaysia, China, and Japan.

    • Banda Aceh, Indonesia

    The mission of Syiah Kuala University is to implement “Tri Dharma – three denotations” of higher learning institutions that support local, national and international development by utilizing available local, national and international resources; enhance academic quality in order to produce highly competitive graduates; apply integrated quality management in the field of education through the application of transparent, participatory, efficient and productive principles; continuously strengthen and broaden the network of institutional cooperation in the effort for developing and preserving the findings of sciences, technology, humanities, sports & arts.

    • Malang, Indonesia

    University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) currently manages 10 faculties with 1 Postgraduate Program and 3 Doctoral Programs. Of the three programs, there are 3 Diploma Study Programs, 35 Bachelor 1 Study Programs, 11 Postgraduate Study Programs, 3 Doctoral Programs and 4 Professional Programs. The number is still growing. Grow more and become bigger.

    • Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    As a pioneer of higher education in Indonesia, UII is deep-rooted in the tradition of academic freedom with which diversity of ideas is highly appreciated. With a highly motivating learning environment and potential for innovation, we are committed to educate our students to be innovative global leaders.

    • West Jakarta, Indonesia

    To build its economy, Indonesia needs an active participation of entrepreneurs. They create opportunities capable of absorbing available manpower. This can start at university that plays a vital role in producing working professionals with excellent competencies and high competitiveness.

    • Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    Established in 1985, Duta Wacana Christian University (UKDW) is a further development of Duta Wacana Theological Seminary (STT Duta Wacana) founded in 1962 as a result of the merger of Jogjakarta Theological Academy and Bale Wiyata Theological School, Malang.

    • Salatiga, Indonesia

    Satya Wacana Christian University (SWCU), started out with the name Indonesian Christian Teaching Educational Tertiary Institution (PTPG-KI). It was officiated on November 30, 1956, with five departments, consisting of Education, History, English, Law, and Economics. PTPG-KI of Satya Wacana changed to become FKIP-KI on July 17, 1959. Then on December 5, 1959, it officially became Satya Wacana Christian University with the existence of the Economics Faculty and Law Faculty, which were then followed by the opening of several other new faculties and study programs.

    • Bandung, Indonesia

    Universitas Kristen Maranatha becomes an independent and self-supporting institution of higher education which explores and instills knowledge in all areas of art and science, motivated by the love and living examples of Jesus Christ.

    • Surabaya, Indonesia

    In accordance with the Preamble of the UK Petra Statute, based on the Bible which is the Word of God, with full awareness of the duties and responsibilities as a Christian Indonesian citizen who lives up to Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution, UK Petra is obliged to take part in the framework of educating the nation's life.

    • Palembang, Indonesia

    This program is only available as a second part of the Dual Degree Program after students. is only available via our highly accredited University...

    • Bandung, Indonesia

    National Institute of Technology (ITENAS) at Bandung is an institution of tertiary education located on PKH Mustopha street No. 23, Bandung. Lying at the heart of the area which is easily accessed from various directions, the Campus is considered strategic. Itenas is also dubbed as one of the most lively and fun campuses as it is surrounded by shopping centers, culinary centers, printings, and housings.

    • Bandung, Indonesia

    The vision of UNPAR is an aspiration of Parahyangan Catholic University’s academic community regarding the direction of UNPAR development. It is based on UNPAR’s aphorism “Bakuning Hyang Mrih Guna Santyaya Bhakti” which means “Based on the belief in God, pursuing knowledge in devotion to the community”. In addition, it is also the result of an analysis regarding UNPAR in the past, present, and in the future.