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Are you confused about finding a university We will tell you the 4 best universities in Indonesia,there are :

1.University of Indonesia(UI)

    During the Dutch colonial government in 1849, they built a high school for health sciences. The school was officially named Doctor-Djawa School in January 185l. At the end of the 19th century, precisely in 1898, the name Dokter-Djawa School was changed to School tot Opleiding van Indische Artsen (School of Medicine for Indigenous Doctors) or STOVIA. For 75 years STOVIA has served as the best education for aspiring doctors in Indonesia, the university was closed in 1927.

   During the Dutch occupation, this university changed its name to Universiteit van Indonesia in 1947, based in Jakarta. Nationalist professors, one of whom was Prof. Mr. Djokosoetono, continued his work as a lecturer for Universiteit van IndonesiĆ« in Yogyakarta, which at that time became the nation's capital. The Indonesian capital then returned to Jakarta in 1949 after the Dutch recognized the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia. Universiteit van IndonesiĆ« Yogjakarta was again moved to the Jakarta area.

then in 1950 Universiteit van Indonesia changed its name to "Universiteit Indonesia". This university has several faculties: Medicine, Law, Letters and Philosophy located in Jakarta, the Faculty of Engineering in Bandung, the Faculty of Agriculture in Bogor, the Faculty of Dentistry in Surabaya, and the Faculty of Economics in Makassar. Jakarta developed into separate universities between 1954-1963. The University of Indonesia in Jakarta has a campus in Salemba and consists of several faculties such as: Medicine, Dentistry, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Literature, Law, Economics, and Engineering. Computer Science and later the Faculty of Nursing.

 The University of Indonesia has three campus locations, namely in Salemba, East Pegangsaan and Rawamangun. After the new campus was established with an area of ​​320 hectares in Depok which   was built in 1987, the Rawamangun campus which includes several faculties was moved, while the Salemba campus was still maintained for the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry and the Postgraduate Program.

after 2000, the University of Indonesia became one of several universities that had the status of a State-Owned Legal Entity (BHMN) in Indonesia. This change led to a significant change for the University of Indonesia, namely greater autonomy in academic development and financial management.

 Currently UI consists of 14 Faculties, 1 Vocational Program, and 2 Schools (SKSG and SIL). The 14 faculties are the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Economics and Business, Faculty of Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Public Health, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, and Faculty of Computer Science.

2. University of Gadjah Mada (UGM)

   Universitas Gadjah Mada was born from the struggle for the independence revolution of the Indonesian nation. which was founded at the beginning of independence. Standing with the name "Universitas Negeri Gadjah Mada", this college is a combination of several high schools, including the Gadjah Mada College Hall, Technical College, and the Political Science Academy in Yogyakarta, the Legal Expert Education Center in Solo, and the Preclinical Medical College in Klaten.

Although according to Government Regulations, UGM was established on December 16, 1949, December 19 is the date that is commemorated as UGM's birthday and a historic event for the Indonesian nation.

Given the name Gadjah Mada has a meaning that contains the spirit and example of Mahapatih Gadjah Mada who succeeded in uniting the archipelago.  So in the identity of UGM there is a union of national universities, universities of struggle, Pancasila universities, people's universities and universities of cultural centers.

At the beginning of its establishment, UGM had 6 faculties, namely the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, the Faculty of Agriculture, and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.    

3. State Islamic University (UIN)

IThe establishment of UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta reveals the story of the struggle of Indonesian Muslims in order to create a higher education institution with Islamic, modern and Indonesian perspectives. Therefore, the establishment of UIN is basically the   desire of Muslims in forming and developing educational institutions that can make their students become great cadres of people in religion.

The embryo of UIN Jakarta began with the establishment of the Luhur Islamic Boarding School (in the period leading up to independence), Islamic Colleges in Padang and Jakarta in 1946, the Indonesian Islamic University (UII) in Yogyakarta, and the establishment of the Department of Religion Academy (ADIA) in 1957 in Jakarta to become UIN Syarif Hidayatullah now.harif Hidayatullah's name

The name of UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, comes from the name of Syarif Hidayatullah one of Walisongo, nine Islamic broadcasters on the island of Java, namely Sunan Gunung Jati who has a major role in the development of Islam in Sunda Kelapa (Jakarta now).

Syarif Hidayatullah (Sunan Gunung Jati) was born in Arabia in 1448 AD and died in Cirebon in 1568 AD. He is the son of Nyai Rara Santang (daughter of Prabu Siliwangi from Pajajaran) with Syarif Abdullah. The titles given to him were Muhammad Nuruddin, Sheikh Nurullah, Sayyid Kamil, Maulana Sheikh Makhdum Rahmatullah, and Makhdum Jati. After reaching adulthood, Syarif Hidayatullah returned to Pajajaran and became the ruler of Cirebon. Since then he has played a role in broadcasting Islam in Java, especially the western part (west Java). He also placed his son, Maulana Hasanuddin, as a religious figure (ulama) as well as a ruler in Banten. In 1527 AD, with the help of Fala-tehan (Fatahillah), he succeeded in controlling Sunda Kelapa after expelling the Portuguese troops led by Francisco de Sa. Syarif Hidayatullah had a big role in the strengthening of Islamic rule in Sunda Kelapa which he later named Jayakarta and changed to Batavia by the Dutch. Therefore, the naming of Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta is expected to inspire the academic community in the development of Islam in Indonesia.*

4. Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)

 Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), was established on March 2, 1959. The ITB campus is currently the location of the first technical college in Indonesia.

The history of ITB began in the early twentieth century, on the advice of the people at that time. The first idea of ​​establishing or establishing IT was intended to meet the needs of technical personnel who at that time were experiencing difficulties due to the outbreak of the First World War.

Driven by ideas and beliefs based on the spirit of the struggle for the Proclamation of Independence and insight into the future, the Government of Indonesia inaugurated the establishment of the Bandung Institute of Technology on March 2, 1959. In contrast to the circumstances of the establishment of the previous five technical colleges on the same campus, the Bandung Institute of Technology was born in an atmosphere full of dynamics carrying out the mission of serving science and technology which is fundamental in real life on earth, as well as providing benefits for the life and development of an advanced and dignified nation. this. ITB will develop itself in research and manufacturing, communication and information technology, land-sea and aerospace transportation, the environment, as well as bio-technology and bioscience, and the mission of community service is expected to be able to build business insight for independence which is the initial capital to enforce higher education autonomy. The business insight for independence is directed at achieving the highest achievement in the implementation of the obligations and duties of education and research. Then ITB is expected to be based on institutional strengths in the form of the best use of information, maintenance of competent teaching staff with high quality of ability and dedication, an integrated education system. , and close cooperation with the government, industry and research and education institutions at home and abroad. So that the planned development can be monitored in a sustainable and measurable manner according to the implementation of the Tridharma of Higher Education, development of human resources, physical facilities,

Government through Government Regulation no. 155 of 2000 has established the Bandung Institute of Technology as a State-Owned Legal Entity.