The Faculty of Engineering at UBAYA offers extensive, diverse courses that produce ready-to-work graduates at a time when engineers are in short supply in Indonesia. Engineering degrees at UBAYA are offered at the undergraduate level. Courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering prepare students to work as professional engineers and computer scientists. Students of the faculty are equipped with a sound foundation in mathematics and life and physical sciences, accompanied by extensive laboratory experience.
Graduates of UBAYA’s engineering programmes are well placed to meet the demands of Indonesia’s modern society and pressing infrastructure development needs, closing the gap that exists among Indonesia’s skilled workforce. The extensive course modules prepare its graduates to tackle national as well as global challenges, such as poverty and climate change, within the context of the responsibilities and capabilities as engineers. UBAYA’s Faculty of Engineering courses not only ingrain the technical know-how of engineering, but also considerations for the social and political impact of engineering careers. Coupled with strong teaching and research programmes, the curriculum structure develops the soft skills and knowledge needed in manufacturing, design development and software development among others. This demonstrates UBAYA’s commitment to helping develop long-lasting solutions that can propel Indonesia’s development.
As Indonesia becomes more affluent and the country’s industrial and service sectors advance, there will be unprecedented demands for energy, water, food, land, healthcare and infrastructure throughout the country. UBAYA’s engineering graduates are central to contributing to these important sectors. With the government continuing to push for greater infrastructure expansion, the university stands to develop engineers that will play a central role in facilitating Indonesia’s needs on the regional and global scale.