The Faculty of Business and Economics was established in 1968 and caters to Indonesia’s growing demands for qualified business leaders to support the development of the country’s emerging economy. Study programmes are offered at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The comprehensive learning modules provide students with an extensive approach to meeting the challenges of a rapidly changing economic and business environment in Indonesia and international markets.
UBAYA’s Faculty of Business and Economics delivers a portfolio of stimulating and engaging courses offering a fresh approach, continually informed by research and industry insights, underpinning the ever evolving business economic and social environment of Indonesia. Students choose from a set of cross-disciplinary studies at undergraduate and postgraduate levels such as in Accounting, International Business, Corporate Finance and Business Network Management. These programmes introduce students to the study of economic theories and how they are applied to develop an understanding of the country’s economic environment. The study programmes develop students’ analytical, quantitative and presentation skills, such capabilities in graduates are an asset in Indonesia’s current business climate.
The faculty’s holistic approach to learning progressively challenges students during their educational experience and develops their entrepreneurial skills, equipping UBAYA graduates with the practical tools and vision to become Indonesia’s future business leaders.
To further enhance students’ capabilities, the university has developed the Centre for Business and Industrial Studies. This centre focuses on research and consultation for businesses, industry players and the government in Indonesia. This demonstrates UBAYA’s recognition of the country’s continued transformation of the local economy into a skills-based economy, creating an enormous demand for its graduates whose knowledge and abilities go beyond traditional business and economic education, and supporting Indonesia’s competitiveness in the dynamic global community.