Universities in Indonesia

Universities in Indonesia – Health and education are now the most expensive things. Especially education, especially those managed by the private sector, often requires people to pay exorbitant fees. As a result, only certain people can get an education at a private campus, especially a quality one. Then, which private campuses are in the most expensive category in Indonesia?

The expensive price on private campuses is not without reason. Not getting government subsidies in its management, having to support and facilitate itself completely to have international standard quality, is the reason.

Well, here is a list of the 5 most expensive private campuses in Indonesia summarized by Info Mahasiswa. Is there a campus you’re interested in?

1. President University

President University is in the city of Cikarang. It is well-known for being the private university in Indonesia that commands the highest tuition fees.

Owned by Jababeka Industry and known for its international education, the campus offers a range of excellent faculties, including Management, Accounting, Business Administration, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Information Systems, International Relations, Communication Sciences, and Law.

For the undergraduate level alone, this campus charges Rp30,000,000 per semester. It’s no exaggeration to say that President University is one of the most expensive private schools in Indonesia.

2. Swiss German University (SGU)

Reporting from an article entitled Kampus Terbesar di Indonesia, it says that Swiss German University is a university located in Serpong, Tangerang. This campus is listed as the second most expensive private campus in Indonesia. Just look at the cost. It costs between IDR 24,000,000 and IDR 28,000,000 per semester to attend SGU for higher education.

Because of the reliance on international faculty, tuition at the campus is quite high. Air-conditioned classrooms, meeting rooms, canteens, and other learning support facilities like laboratories, projectors, and qualified libraries are just some of the other hallmarks of this international standard campus.

There are many faculty options, ranging from Mechatronoka Engineering, Business or Industrial engineering, Information Technology, International Business Administration, Hotel and Tourism Management, Accounting, Communication and public relations, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Food Technology, Engineering and Biomedicine.

3. Universitas Pelita Harapan

Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH) has various study programs, ranging from Architecture, Biotechnology, Applied Mathematics and Actuarial, Education, Hospitality Management, Industrial Engineering, International Relations, Product Design, Travel and Tourism Industry, Visual Communication Design, and others.

UPH also features a basketball court, badminton court, futsal court, billiards room, and soccer field. The campus also houses the UPH Clinic and the Hope Counseling & Assessment Center.

With such great facilities, it is no wonder that UPH is one of the most expensive private universities in Indonesia. The first semester tuition fee is Rp41.6 million – Rp171.75 million according to the study program, consisting of Admission Fee, Credit Fee, Semester/Term Fee, Learning Facilities fee, jacket fee, and orientation fee.

4. Trisakti University

Trisakti University was established in Jakarta in 1965. A number of faculties in this University include the Faculties of General Medicine, Law, Dentistry, Earth and Energy Technology, Economics, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Technology, Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, Civil Engineering and Planning, Industrial Engineering, and Earth and Energy Technology.

Facilities owned by Trisaksi include campus libraries and faculty and department libraries, laboratories and studios, research centers, polyclinics, campus buses, and others.

There are many costs that must be incurred to enter this University, consisting of Development Contribution Fees (SP) IDR 14 million-IDR 130 million according to study programs; First semester tuition fees IDR 33.4 million – IDR 32.3 million according to study programs, consisting of semester basic fees, additional fees per SKS, SKS fees, and practicum fees. In total, it will cost at least Rp131.3 million – Rp606 million to graduate.

5. Bina Nusantara University

Bina Nusantara University or Binus University is also included in the list of the most expensive private campuses in Indonesia. Tuition fees for semester 1 are in the range of IDR17.7 million – IDR23 million. In addition to these costs, there are lab fees of IDR 1.6–4.25 million and equipment costs of IDR 9 million.

However, this high cost is proportional to the quality offered. The campus has received international accreditation from Quacquarelli Symonds in addition to BAN-PT’s A accreditation.

Hopefully this article is useful, stay tuned to Truoi News for other interesting information.

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