20 August 2017
The Indonesian government has published a ranking of the country’s universities based on eleven measures of inputs, outputs and processes that include faculty with doctorates, faculty student ratio, number of published research papers and national accreditations.
There are some additional indicators this year such as international accreditations, international students and social contributions. The government is planning to include innovation in next year’s rankings.
A total of 3,062 universities were ranked.
The top fourteen universities are:
- Gadjah Mada University
- Bandung Institute of Technology
- Bogor Institute of Agriculture
- University of Indonesia
- Tenth of November Institute of Technology Surabaya
- Diponegoro University
- Airlangga University
- Brawijaya University
- Hasanuddin University
- Yogyakarta State University
- Eleventh of March University of Surakarta
- University of Andalas
- Indonesian University of Education Bandung
- Padjadjaran University Bandung