University of Bunda Mulia
|University of Bunda Mulia|
|Universitas Bunda Mulia|
|Rector||Doddy Surja Bajuadji|
|Location||Jl. Lodan Raya No. 2, Ancol, Jakarta Utara, Indonesia|
|Colors||Blue, creamy yellow and grey|
Based on the selection made by the Directorate General of Higher Education from March to June 2006 to more than 2,000 universities in Indonesia, by the method of information filtering using the inputs from EPSBED, BAN PT (Indonesian: Badan Akreditasi Nasional Perguruan Tinggi, which is the National Accreditation Board for Higher-Education), layoffs A1, A2, A3 and B, TPSDP, DUE, QUE and INHERE, as well as from Such public TEMPO & Webometrics Weekly Magazine, the result was the election of 156 universities that were considered eligible for the selection to a more advanced stage. In connection with this advanced selection, UBM was selected as one of the universities included in the 50 Promising Indonesian Universities. At that time, in Region III (Indonesian's education region system for the main area coverage of Jakarta, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi), UBM was ranked one of seven universities were selected (the total number of the participants in the Region III Jakarta is 308).
The election of the higher education institutions that fall into this category of Promising Universities, conducted an intensive evaluation mechanism and based on proposals submitted by the universities were selected at an early stage. The selection criteria and weight are as follows:
- The awards - 30%
- Campus life (student) - 20%
- Facilities (campus infrastructure) - 10%
- Research and devotion to the public - 25%
- International cooperation - 15%
The above five criteria are also used by Asia Week, Times Higher Education & World Top Ranked Universities to determine internationally.
The progress of academic and non-academic' reforms by the Indonesian: Yayasan Pendidikan Bunda Mulia (Bunda Mulia's Education Foundation) have produced the increase of number of its graduates, the construction of its new campus situated in the North Jakarta, as well as the new investment in the information technology infrastructure.
The embryo of the University of Bunda Mulia was from the merger of two higher-education institutions, Bunda Mulia's School of Informatics and Information Management (also known as Indonesian: Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Informatika dan Komputer Bunda Mulia, or simply "Indonesian: STMIK Bunda Mulia", or Bunda Mulia School of Informatics and Computing) and Bunda Mulia's School of Economics (also known as Indonesian: Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Bunda Mulia, or simply "Indonesian: STIE Bunda Mulia", or Bunda Mulia School of Business).
It was started from the establishment of the Bunda Mulia Information Management and Computer Academy (Indonesian: AMIK Bunda Mulia) by decrees of December 11, 1986 and March 30, 1987. Then, in 1995 by decree of the Directorate General of Higher Education dated October 10, 1995, the AMIK Bunda Mulia transformed into the Indonesian: STMIK Bunda Mulia.
The Indonesian: STMIK Bunda Mulia was granted permission by the Indonesian government (through the Minister of National Education's decree) to change its status into the "University of Bunda Mulia", in which was included the granting of the incorporation of Indonesian: STMIK Bunda Mulia and Indonesian: STIE Bunda Mulia and the addition of new study programs to form its new university status.
Along with the improvement of the Bunda Mulia's higher-education status in 2003, Yayasan Pendidikan Bunda Mulia developed a second campus situated in Jl. Lodan Kingdom No. 2, North Jakarta, with a land area of 45,000 m2. Compared to the first campus which is located on Jl. AM Sangaji No. 20, Central Jakarta, the new campus is more sophisticated, and equipped with the latest information technology facilities and infrastructures, as well as the high-speed Internet connection.
UBM has study programs as follows:
Three-Years Degree Diploma
- Academy of Hospitality and Tourism (in collaboration with Regency Tafe South Australia)
- Information Systems (Sarjana Komputer, abbreviated as: S.Kom.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (abbreviated as: BSc CIS)
- Engineering Informatics (Sarjana Komputer, abbreviated as: S.Kom.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (abbreviated as: BSIT or B.Sc IT) or Bachelor of Information Technology (abbreviated as: BIT, BInfTech, B.Tech(IT) or BE(IT))
- Industrial Engineering (Sarjana Teknik, abbreviated as: S.T.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Engineering (abbreviated as: BEng or BE)
- Visual Communication Design (Sarjana Desain, abbreviated as: S.Ds.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Design (abbreviated as: B.Des. or B.Design)
- Management (Sarjana Ekonomi, abbreviated as: S.E.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Business (abbreviated as: B.Bus or BBus)
- School of Marketing
- School of Retail
- Accounting (Sarjana Ekonomi, abbreviated as: S.E.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Accountancy (abbreviated as: B.Acy., B.Acc. or B. Accty)
- Psychology (Sarjana Psikologi, abbreviated as: S.Psi.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (abbreviated as: B.A. or BA)
- Communication Studies (Sarjana Ilmu Komunikasi, abbreviated as: S.Ikom), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies (abbreviated as: B.A. or BA)
- English Language and Culture (Sarjana Humaniora, abbreviated as: S.Hum.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Arts in Literature (abbreviated as: B.A. or BA)
- Chinese Language and Culture (Sarjana Humaniora, abbreviated as: S.Hum.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Arts in Literature (abbreviated as: B.A. or BA)
- Hospitality and Tourism (Sarjana Pariwisata, abbreviated as: S.Par.), which is equivalent to Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management (abbreviated as: B.A. or BA)
- Magister Manajemen (abbreviated as: M.M.), which is equivalent to Master of Management (abbreviated as: MM, MiM, MMgt) or Master of Business Administration (abbreviated as: M.B.A. or MBA)
- Magister Komputer (abbreviated as: M.Kom.), which is equivalent to Master of Information Technology (abbreviated as: M.Sc. IT, MSc IT or MSIT)
- Magister Ilmu Komunikasi (abbreviated as: M.Ikom.), which is equivalent to Master of Science in Communication Studies (abbreviated as: M.Sc., MSc, M.Sci., M.Si., or MS)
Meaning of typography
The typography of UBM's logo, which is an acronym of the University of Bunda Mulia, is in lowercase and representing UBM's spirit of humility in its journey to always provide significant contributions to the development of information technology.
Circle ellipse (oval round) with a point-point graded curriculum symbolizes the University of Bunda Mulia's search to improve the quality of human resources engaged in globalization and the flow of information.
Meaning of colors
- Blue is the color of engineering/technology.
- Creamy yellow symbolizes the advanced nature of thinking, innovative, sharp and brilliant in thought.
- Gray represents the progress of thought, modernity, and intelligence.
Honors and awards
Some of the accomplishments of the UBM academic community are:
- In October 2012, two students from the Science of Communication study program became the star of an advertisement promotion "Take Me Out Indonesia" in Indosiar which will be shown for a whole month.
- In June 2012, students became one-two winner on favorite category by Facebook for the 2012 Marching Mascot Competition which was held by GrandmasHotels.com.
- In June 2012, tye basketball team won second place in the Student Basketball League (LIBAMA) National Division.
- In May 2012, students in the UBM achievement in Communication Festival event held Multimedia University Department of Communication Studies National (UMN), Serpong-Tangerang. Communication Studies Program Representative UBM became finalists and winners of the competitions held at the event.
- In May 2012, a student, with her essay titled Facing Global Challenges with Condensed National identity got to national selection in an essay competition which was held by STAIN Purwokerto in cooperation with LPM Obsesi Bahasa.
- In April 2012, students reached national level in the Chinese Bridge competition at university level 11th selection Jakarta organized by the Chinese Education Coordinating Board Jakarta.
- In April 2012, representatives of the Language and Cultural Studies Program English (BBI) ranked third in the national competition Champion Spelling Bee held at the University of Indonesia (Depok) entitled ASEAN Law Students Association National English Competition.
- UBM qualify as a top 20 team national standard English debate in the event European Union Varsity Debate Championship 2011 (EU-IDC 2011), held on 17–18 November 2011 at Usmar Ismail Hall, Jakarta Film Center Building. The event was held twice, sponsored by the EU Delegation led by Charles Whitley (Head of Political, Press and Information Sections of the European Union Delegation to Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and ASEAN). The competition involved 89 teams from universities throughout Indonesia. They competed for the trophy of the EU delegation and the opportunity to attend training in the office of the Delegation of the European Union.