Here is 14 Best Indonesian Universities in 2018 according to Ministry of Research and Technology
KOMPAS.com – The Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Kemenristekdikti) announced the clustering of Indonesian tertiary institutions in 2018 again coinciding with the celebration of the 73rd Anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Indonesia (RI), (17/08/2018). “This clustering is made by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education to guide universities in order to improve quality, formulate policies, and provide information to the general public about the performance of higher education institutions in Indonesia,” said Director General of Science and Technology Institutions and Higher Education Patdono Suwignjo.
- Assessment indicators In this 2018, there is the addition of one major component of assessment, namely Performance Innovation. Therefore, the main components used to assess the performance of Indonesian tertiary institutions include 5 (five) main components, namely: Read also: INFOGRAPHY: Here is the 9 Best Indonesian Universities QS World Version
Human Resource Quality, which includes the percentage of the number of S3 educated lecturers, percentage of head lecturers and professors, and student to lecturer ratio; Institutional Quality, which includes the accreditation of institutions and study programs, the number of internationally accredited study programs, the number of foreign students, and the number of university collaborations; Quality of Student Activities, which includes student performance; Quality of Research and Community Service, which includes research performance, community service performance, and the number of scopus indexed scientific articles per number of lecturers and Quality of innovation, which includes innovation performance.
- Five ranking groupings “Changes or additions to the indicators on several key components are expected can reflect the condition of Indonesian tertiary institutions better in accordance with the coverage of each of the main components,” Patdono hoped. A very significant change in the clustering this year is to include Innovation Quality as one of the main components with the aim to further support the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education policy in the downstreaming of research results to the industrial sector. From the results of the analysis in the Higher Education Database (PDDikti) Kemenristekdikti, obtained 5 (five) Indonesian tertiary clusters with the composition: Cluster 1 consists of 14 tertiary institutions; Cluster 2 has 72 universities; Cluster 3 has 299 colleges, Cluster 4 has 1,470 colleges, and Cluster 5 has 155 colleges.
- The best universities in cluster 1 Based on data from the official website of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, non-vocational tertiary institutions included in Cluster 1 are sorted according to their scores as follows: 14.Universitas Negeri Malang (2,61), 13. Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (2,70), 12. Universitas Brawijaya (2,82), 11. Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (2,83), 10. Universitas Andalas (2,88), 9. Universitas Padjadjaran (2,95), 8. Universitas Hasanuddin (2,99), 7. Universitas Airlangga (3,03), 6. Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (3,10), 5. Universitas Diponegoro (3,12), 4. Universitas Indonesia (3,28), 3. Institut Pertanian Bogor (3,41), 2. Universitas Gadjah Mada (3,54), 1. Institut Teknologi Bandung (3,57)
To find out more detailed information, Higher Education can see the value of each component as an evaluation material for quality improvement online through the page: http://pemeringkat.ristekdikti.go.id
This article has been published in Kompas.com with the title “Ini Dia, 14 Universitas Terbaik Indonesia 2018 versi Kemenristek”, https://edukasi.kompas.com/read/2018/08/19/09591401/ini-dia-14-universitas-terbaik-indonesia-2018-versi-kemenristek.
Author: Yohanes Enggar Harususilo
Editor: Yohanes Enggar Harususilo