Founded in 1968, the University of Surabaya (Ubaya) is long positioned to be one of the leading private universities in Indonesia and the Asia-Pacific region demonstrated by an “A” (the highest possible accreditation score) Institutional Accreditation score from the Indonesian National Accreditation Board of Higher Education.
Offering 8 faculties with 24 study programs, the university provides first-class facilities with generous teaching and research support for its 12,000 students.
It is known as the multicultural campus as the students come from all 34 provinces in Indonesia and applies “Learning beyond the Classroom” delivery method to give the real hands-on experience to students.
The university is an Indonesian higher education institute with network of more than 200 nationally and internationally. Ubaya’s mission is to advance business and industrial society by developing the Three services of University activities continuingly for the welfare of human being through 3 activities of teaching, research, and community service.
For a decade, Ubaya enjoys strong international exposure through active international programs demonstrated by a total of hundreds of foreign students and academicians regularly visit Ubaya to study and deliver lectures for short or long period.
Some of its study programs have internationally been accredited namely:
Bachelor of Pharmacy and Professional Pharmacist by Accreditation Council For Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Engineering, and Faculty of Biotechnology by AUN-QA
Faculty of Business and Economics by Association of Accredited Schools of Business International (AASBI)
Master of Management by Abest21
Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Informatics Engineering by IABEE
In order to reach the wider economic and social environment, Ubaya will utilize its A-B-G-S (Academicians – Business-Government- Society) national and international networks as below:
On Monday, October 16, 2021, the Ubaya Disaster Psychology Study Group (KSPB Ubaya) held a webinar titled “Disaster Impact Management for Children with Special Needs”. It is hoped that thi...