Degree: Sarjana Ilmu Komputer and Bachelor of Information Technology – UQ, Deakin; Bachelor of Computer Science – UQ, UoB; Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Honours) – ANU; BSc Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science – UOB
Partner University: the University of Queensland, Australia (UQ), Deakin University, Australia (Deakin), Australia National University, Australia (ANU), University of Birmingham, UK (UoB)
Campus Location: Depok Campus, Universitas Indonesia; Queensland, the University of Queensland; Melbourne, Deakin University; Canberra, Australia National University (ANU); Birmingham, UK (UoB).
Lecture Schedule: Morning/Daytime
Length of Study: 8 Semesters (1-4 / 1-5 UI and 5-8 / 6-8 Partner)
Since 2002, the Faculty of Computer Science Universitas Indonesia (known as Fasilkom UI) has been establishing collaborations with several partner universities to offer an International Undergraduate Program in Computer Science/Information Technology. This program prepares its students to become graduates who can tackle challenges in the era of globalization, compete in regional and international job markets, and be able to pursue further advanced degrees. The program is run by highly qualified and experienced lecturers in the fields of Computer Science and Information Technology from involved institutions.
The School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at the University of Queensland is one of the largest and most prestigious of Australia’s universities. It is internationally acclaimed for its strength in teaching and research, and its qualifications are recognized worldwide.
The College of Engineering & Computer Science at the Australian National University is a leading center for research and education in Australia and committed to finding sustainable solutions to the world’s challenges. It focuses on creating graduates that are technologically-adaptive, globally-relevant and highly-competitive.
The School of Information Technology at Deakin University offers a broad range of first-rate, industry-informed courses that give students the knowledge and skills needed to make a difference. These are supported through active research groups, centers, and partnerships, which produce globally-capable information technology graduates of the future.
The School of Computer Science at the University of Birmingham has consistently been ranked in the top ten institutions offering computer science in UK league tables. It provides specialist teaching and conducts world-leading research in fundamental and applied computer science, artificial intelligence, optimization, computer security, medical imaging, and robotics.
The employment tracking shows that 90% of graduates are employed within 3 months (on average) after graduation. Most of the graduates work in multinational companies and some start entrepreneurship in information technology industries.