Lampung University

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Lampung University
Universitas Lampung
Lampung University Rectorate Building.jpg
The rectorate building of Lampung University
Type Public
Established September 23, 1965
Rector Sugeng P. Harianto
Location Bandar Lampung, Lampung, Indonesia
Campus Suburban
Colors Green
Nickname UNILA
Affiliations ASAIHL (Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning)
Website www.unila.ac.id

Lampung University (Indonesian: Universitas Lampung) is a public university in Bandar Lampung, Lampung, Indonesia. It was established on September 23, 1965. Its rector is Sugeng P. Harianto.

History[edit]

The college was started because high school graduates in Lampung were going to Java or Palembang to continue their studies. The college was realised by two committees :

  • Committee Establishment and Expansion of Secondary School which turned into a Committee Establishment and Expansion of Secondary School and Faculty headed by Ahmad Farhan.
  • Preparatory Committee for the Establishment of Higher Education Foundation Lampung chaired by Prof. Sulaksana Hasan Rabbani. The two committees merged into the Foundation Trustees College of Lampung. The foundation was formed with faculties of Economics, Law, and Social.

Faculties[edit]

The university has eight faculties in Bachelor's degree:

Postgraduate[edit]

The education program, which has been established since 1999, has 27 courses spread over eight faculties:

  • Environmental Science
  • Management,
  • Economic Sciences
  • Law
  • Educational Technology
  • Management Education
  • Social Science Education
  • Indonesian Language and Literature Education
  • Agronomy
  • Agribusiness
  • Agro-Industry Technology
  • Forestry
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Governance
  • Administrative Science
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Mathematics

Then in 2014:

  • Physics
  • Food Technology
  • Community Development
  • Language and Literature Education
  • Elementary School Teaching
  • Science Teaching
  • Agricultural Extension and Communication
  • Mechanical Engineering

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