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University of Brawijaya

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University of Brawijaya
Official Emblem of UB
Logo UB.png
Official Emblem of UB
Motto Building up Noble Future
Type Autonomous State University
Established 5 January 1963
Rector Prof. Dr. Ir. Nuhfil Hanani AR, MS
Students 55,469
Undergraduates 43,213
Postgraduates 10,475
Location Malang, East Java, Indonesia
Campus Urban 9,813,664 m²
Colors Turquoise     
Affiliations ASAIHL,[1] UA&P[2], AUN, SEAMEO SEARCA, APRU, FUIW, ASEA UNINET
Mascot Brone The Robot
Website www.ub.ac.id

Universitas Brawijaya (UB) was established in 5th January 1963 and located in Malang. It is an autonomous state university in Indonesia. Consisted of 9 different campuses, Brawijaya is an elite campuses in Indonesia and consistently ranked 5th in national level by official release from Kemenristekdikti alongside with Gadjah Mada University (UGM), Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), University of Indonesia (UI), and Bogor Agricultural University (IPB).[3] In International level, UB ranked 101th in Asia and 400th Worldwide, thus made UB as one of few Indonesian universities which indexed by QS World University Rankings.[4]

UB has 55,469 students, ranging from the vocational program, Bachelor’s, Master’s program, Doctoral degree program, and Medical Specialist program in 17 faculties and 221 departments. UB has four campuses, two of them located in Malang at Veteran and Dieng. Then the rest are in Kediri and Jakarta. The main campus is located in the western part of Malang City with the total area of 60 hectares. Its very strategic location and has great infrastructure. The campus has pleasant climate with many trees and cool air.[5] Overall, Brawijaya possessed 9.813.664 m2 or 981 hectares and The Endowment Fund reached 5,12 Triliyun Rupiah or equivalent with US$ 768,1 Million. UB considered as the second biggest and wealthiest university in the country, just right after University of Indonesia (UI).[6]

History

The name of Brawijaya was granted by the president of the Republic of Indonesia through a wire sent on July 11, 1961. This name is derived from the title of kings of Majapahit, a great kingdom in Indonesia from the 12th to 15th centuries. The University of Brawijaya transformed into a state university on January 5, 1963, following a presidential decree issued earlier in the same year. This date was later promulgated as UB's anniversary (especially called Dies Natalies among Indonesian academic society members). Before its transformation into a state university in 1967, UB had started its operation in 1957 in Malang, as a branch of the University of Sawerigading Makassar. In those days, this Malang branch had two faculties: Law and Economics. Then, on July 1, 1960, its name was changed to the Municipal University of Malang. Under the new name, two more faculties were established a few months later: Administration Sciences and Agriculture.

At the time of its transformation into a state university, UB had five faculties: Law, Economics, State Governance and Trade Management (an extension of the Faculty of Trade Administration now called the Faculty of Administrative Science), Agriculture, and Veterinary and Animal Husbandry. In 1973, the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry was then divided into the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and the Faculty of Veterinary, which were under Airlangga University. The Faculty of Engineering was established in 1963 based on a decree form the Ministry of Universities and Education Science in the same year.

In 1982, due to a change in UB's organizational structure, the Faculty of Fishery became a separate faculty (since 1977, it had been under the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Fishery, which was later called the Faculty of Animal Husbandry). Before this date, the Faculty of Fishery had operated since 1963, in Probolinggo, a town about three hours to the northeast from Malang, as a department under UB's Faculty of Veterinary and Agriculture of University of Brawijaya. The Faculty of Medicine has officially been under University of Brawijaya since 1974. Since its establishment, it had been under the Foundation of Higher Education of East Java. The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences was inaugurated following a decree from the Ministry of Education and Culture dated October 21, 1993. The University of Brawijaya added one more faculty: the Faculty of Agricultural Technology, which was upgraded from the Department of Agricultural Technology, which had been under the Faculty of Agriculture.

The hymn of UB was composed by a student of the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry called Yanardhana in 1963, while the Mars of UB was composed by Lilik Sugiarto in 1996. Both songs are still frequently sung.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Economics and Business
  • Faculty of Administrative Sciences
  • Faculty of Agriculture
  • Faculty of Animal Husbandry
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
  • Faculty of Agricultural Technology
  • Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
  • Faculty of Cultural Studies
  • Faculty of Dentistry
  • Faculty of Computer Science
  • Faculty of Veterinary
  • Faculty of Vocational Education

Student activities

These are executing units for extracurricular activities university-wide. These activity units are divided based on their characters/fields:

Students' Representative Council

  • EM
  • DPM

Faith and reason interest

  • FORMASI (Student Forum for English Conversation)
  • FORDIMAPELAR (Student Forum for Reason Development)
  • UAPKM (Activity Unit of Campus Press)
  • IAAS (International Association of Agriculture Students)
  • LPM Manifest Law Faculty (Law Press students Association)
  • AIESEC

Sports interest

  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Chess
  • Football
  • Karate
  • Kempo
  • Kendo
  • Pencak Silat
  • Shooting Sport
  • Swimming
  • Taekwondo
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball, etc.

Art interest

  • Band
  • Choir
  • Dance and Traditional Music of Karawitan
  • Marching Band
  • Theater

Special interest

Student welfare interest

  • KOPMA (Student Cooperative)
  • UAKB (Activity Unit for Buddhism Spirituality)
  • UAKI (Activity Unit for Islamic Spirituality)
  • UAKK (Activity Unit for Christian Spirituality)
  • UAKKat (Activity Unit for Catholic Spirituality)
  • UNIKAHIDHA (Activity Unit for Hindu Spirituality)

Facilities and campus service

Buildings

  • Widyaloka Building is usually used for regional, national, or international seminars; important meetings such as official ones; discussion; studium general.
  • Samantha Krida is the biggest building in UB. In this building, many activities have taken place, graduation (diploma, bachelor, master and doctor) and contests, such as choir or English skill contests.
  • Student Center Building is for student activities or scientific seminars, student admission, contest/competition, student congress, book fair, and other activities.
  • Graha Medika Building is the newest in UB, located in the Faculty of Medicine. In this building special events, such as meetings and wedding receptions, take place regularly.
  • PPI Building is a multifunction building where events such as international, national and regional seminars, workshops, etc., take place.
  • Alumni Building for the activities of UB alumni association. This building functions as a meeting hall such as working meeting, congress, and so on.

Sport and arts facilities

Sports facilities:

  • Universitas Brawijaya Sports Center (UBSC), beside MX Mall Malang
  • Volleyball Court, behind the old central building
  • Badminton Court, Samantha Krida building
  • Tennis Court, behind Samantha Krida
  • Gelanggang Olah Raga (GOR) Pertamina, multi-purpose sport hall for Basketball and Futsal , behind Samantha Krida Building

Arts facilities:

  • UB Homeband (activity unit for band lovers). Facilities for playing music organized by the activity unit of band lovers in UB.
  • Traditional Javanese Music and Dance

Rest facilities:

  • UB Hotel

Former facilities:

  • Brawijaya Stadium, demolished; now the space is used for the new building for Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) building

Award

A medical student was awarded the second prize in the Indonesian Science Institute (LIPI) experiment competition. Using lab rats, he found salmonella bacteria can get rid of fatty residue in subject's arteries which may be used as a future remedy for people suffering from heart disease.[12]

International cooperation

  • Kassel University, German
  • Miyazaki University, Japan
  • International Institute of Multicultural Studies Annaka
  • Kumamoto University, Japan
  • Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Burapha University
  • Kyungpook National University
  • Chiayi University
  • Massey University, New Zealand
  • Yamaguchi University, Japan
  • Universitat Leipzig, German
  • University of Wollongong, Australia
  • University of Canberra, Australia
  • University of Leipzig, Germany

References

  1. ^ "The Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning". www.seameo.org. 
  2. ^ http://auap.sut.ac.th/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=52&Itemid=82
  3. ^ "Pemeringkatan Universitas". SISTEM INFORMASI PEMERINGKATAN PERGURUAN TINGGI. Retrieved 14 July 2018. 
  4. ^ "Study In Indonesia". QS Top Universities. QS. Retrieved 14 July 2018. 
  5. ^ Campus, Brawijaya. https://ub.ac.id/campus-life/. Retrieved 18 July 2018.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  6. ^ Izzah, Imarotul. "UB Jadi Kampus Terbaik se Indonesia". Radar Malang. Retrieved 14 July 2018. 
  7. ^ "TEGAZS UB - Tim Penanggulangan Penyalahgunaan Napza dan HIV/AIDS". TEGAZS UB. 
  8. ^ http://impala.brawijaya.ac.id/
  9. ^ "RACANA BRAWIJAYA". pramuka.ub.ac.id. 
  10. ^ "Students Regiment Brawijaya University". menwa.ub.ac.id. 
  11. ^ "KSR Universitas Brawijaya". ksr.ub.ac.id. 
  12. ^ "Malang student claims new cure for heart disease". October 13, 2011. 

External links

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