Swiss German University

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Swiss German University
Swiss German University logo.jpg
Established 2000
Type Private University
Rector Prof. Dr. phil. Martin Löffelholz
Admin. staff -
Students -
Location South Tangerang City, Indonesia
6°18′16″S 106°38′24″E / 6.30444°S 106.64000°E / -6.30444; 106.64000Coordinates: 6°18′16″S 106°38′24″E / 6.30444°S 106.64000°E / -6.30444; 106.64000
Campus EduTown BSDCity
Colors Navy Blue
Affiliations AUAP[1]
Website www.sgu.ac.id

Swiss German University (SGU) is a government and privately sponsored university for the ASEAN region. SGU is located on BSD City, Java, Indonesia.

The Foundation (Yayasan Swiss German University-Asia), which was established in the year 2000, is a joint effort between Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Indonesia.

Course structure[edit]

SGU offers courses which combine both theoretical and practical training (internship). The programs and degrees are internationally recognized (double degrees).

SGU students will have twice internships during their study. The first internship will be in Indonesia (domestic) and the second internship will be abroad (usually in Germany, Switzerland, Singapore).

Undergraduate programs[edit]

Engineering and Information Technology[edit]

  • Department of Mechatronic Engineering
  • Department of Business Engineering (Industrial Engineering)
  • Department of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Life Sciences[edit]

  • Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering
  • Department of Food Technology
  • Department of Biomedical Engineering
  • Department of Sustainable Energy and Environment

Business Administration and Humanities[edit]

  • Department of International Business Administration
  • Department of Accounting
  • Department of Hotel and Tourism Management
  • Department of Communication and Public Relations

Postgraduate programs[edit]

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Information Technology
  • Master of Mechatronics Engineering

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