Anggrek Campus Services

Admission

Customer Service
Admission Room, 1st Floor
Anggrek Campus – BINUS UNIVERSITY
Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No. 27, Kebon Jeruk
Jakarta Barat 11530, Indonesia
Direct Line: (62 – 21) 53 69 69 69, 53 69 69 99
Fax.: (62-21) 535 0655
E-mail: pmb@binus.edu
BINUS UNIVERSITY @ Alam Sutera
Jl. Alam Sutera Boulevard No.1
Alam Sutera – Serpong
Tangerang 15325, Indonesia
Phone: (62 – 21) 53 69 69 19

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Student Registration and Service Center (SRSC)

The Student Registration and Service Center (SRSC) consists of three sub-units: Student Services, Student Financial Services, and Registration Administration.

Student Services serves student administrative needs such as registration information, application of students’ leave, and services for academic document needs such as KMK, letters for student surveys and internships. The service is done on site by attending Student Service Center (SSC) Room on Anggrek Campus. There are also help desk where students can access information concerning their problem by internet in BINUS Maya (http://binusmaya.binus.ac.id).

Student Financial Services serves students’ financial matters, such as tuition fee information, auto debit of student tuition fees, cyber@access subscription fees, and student scholarships.

Registration Administration compiles academic scheduling, mid and final exams, thesis exams, and internships.

Student Registration and Service Center (SRSC)
Anggrek Campus
BINUS UNIVERSITY
Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No.27, Kebon Jeruk
West Jakarta – 11530
Telp. : (62-21) 534 5830 ext. 1181 / 1185 / 6200

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Lecturer Resource Center (LRC)

The Lecturer Resource Center supports lecturers’ activities. It includes Lecturer Recruitment Administration, Academic Post Level Administration, and Lecturer Development Training to support teaching and learning process development at BINUS UNIVERSITY.

The goals of LRC:

  • To give excellent services and information for lecturers
  • To promote professional development through trainings :
    • Teaching methodology
    • Information technology

LRC services include:

  • Providing Information for lecturers
  • Administrating Academic Post Level
  • Conducting Training and Workshops
  • Organizing and coordinating workshops for teaching strategy and IT competency
  • Giving consultation regarding academic issues
Staff Directory
LRC Manager Siswono, S.Kom., MM
Lecturer Recruitment and Development Coordinator Yuliyanti, S.Kom.
Staffs Nurlailah
Yuni Atikah
Melania Tresnasari, S.Sos
Lecturer Promotion Coordinator Dedy S.Lukman
Staffs Andina Iswari, S.Sos
Tri Susilowati

For further information, please contact :

Lecturer Resource Center (LRC)
Anggrek Campus, Room 209
BINUS UNIVERSITY
Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No.27, Kebon Jeruk
West Jakarta – 11530
Telp. : (62-21) 534 5830 ext. 1220 / 1221 / 1222
Fax. : (62-21) 530 0244

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Character Building Development Center (CBDC)

The BINUS UNIVERSITY Character Building Development Center (CBDC) was established in 2001. The center was established to facilitate character education among all BINUS UNIVERSITY students. Character education is integrated into all the university’s educational programs, and includes a comprehensive program of lectures aimed at shaping a GREAT alumnus – one who is not only smart and skillful, but also has a strong character and a good personality.

CBDC has the following responsibilities: Developing materials and preparation for character education, which is also known as Character Building (CB), for all BINUS UNIVERSITY students; Planning and developing teaching methods; Training and developing lecturer skills.

Previous CB consists of four (4) subjects as follows: Character Building I, Relationship with Self: This course emphasizes the creation of a positive attitude for oneself. Character Building II, Relationship with Others: The course discusses building a positive attitude with others. Character Building III, Relationship with God: This course focuses on developing a positive attitude towards the various religions – one that is inclusive, plural, open, and critical. Character Building IV, Relationship with Nature, Science and Technology, and the Workplace. This course discusses how to develop a positive attitude towards nature and the environment, develop and use science and technology, and become a professional in the workplace.

Now, according to the working world that increasingly demands high and complex, then the character education materials to all students of the BINUS UNIVERSITY changed, adapted to the demands of the working world. Without leaving the essential elements of character education that continue to be developed in it, the new character education materials will be more directed to help students have more capability in terms of work and entrepreneurship (employability and entrepreneurial skills).

New material character-building education can be regarded as more specific development of the old material, so that is also known as “New CB”. The new material consists of four series with a total weight of credits equal to the old CB. The four new series, with the weight of each = 2 credits, are: CB: Self Development, CB: Spiritual Development, CB: Interpersonal Development, and CB: Professional Development. Through various activities of the deepening of the four themes Binus graduates are expected to have advantages in terms of: Self-confidence, the inclusive religious attitudes (respect for differences), good interpersonal relations, especially in the workplace, and the ability to manage work and ethical decision-making on important issues related to the world of work and entrepreneurship. With more capacity in these things are expected the graduates of BINUS UNIVERSITY have high competitiveness in the global labor market.

Lecturing methods have been developed to be more interesting, which employ, among others, numerous real case studies, movie screenings related to the topic under discussion, role playing, and field trips. In summary, it can be said that Character Building is a special mandatory course that focuses on the formation of character, giving priority to humanistic values.

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Student Registration and Service Center (SRSC)

The Student Registration and Service Center (SRSC) consists of three sub-units: Student Services, Student Financial Services, and Registration Administration.

Student Services serves student administrative needs such as registration information, application of students’ leave, and services for academic document needs such as KMK, letters for student surveys and internships. The service is done on site by attending Student Service Center (SSC) Room on Anggrek Campus. There are also help desk where students can access information concerning their problem by internet in BINUS Maya (http://binusmaya.binus.ac.id).

Student Financial Services serves students’ financial matters, such as tuition fee information, auto debit of student tuition fees, cyber@access subscription fees, and student scholarships.

Registration Administration compiles academic scheduling, mid and final exams, thesis exams, and internships.

Student Registration and Service Center (SRSC)
Anggrek Campus
BINUS UNIVERSITY
Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No.27, Kebon Jeruk
West Jakarta – 11530
Telp. : (62-21) 534 5830 ext. 1181 / 1185 / 6200

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Self-Access Language Learning Center (SALLC)

The Self-Access Language Learning Center (SALLC) is a language learning center designed to provide learners with the opportunity to develop a foreign language proficiency. In a larger context, it promotes learners to be self-aware and confident in their own foreign language learning, since they are at liberty to decide what and how to learn.

SALLC is located on the Anggrek and Kijang campuses. On the Kijang campus, learners are provided with books, foreign magazines and newspapers, dictionaries, and various kinds of scientific journals. All of the materials cover three different foreign languages: English, Japanese, and Chinese. Besides printed materials, learners can study through multimedia such as TV, DVDs, cassettes, and the Internet.

SALLC on Anggrek campus provides learners with a state-of-the-art foreign language learning laboratory. It is equipped with 40 computers with sophisticated language-learning software that has a voice recognition technology to train learners in improving their foreign language pronunciation skills. This technology also equips students with other basic language-learning skills such as reading, listening, grammar, and vocabulary.

Learning at SALLC is a lot of fun. The facility is equipped with user-friendly learning tools such as games and animations. In addition, the learning materials are carefully prepared by language experts to cater to learner needs. SALLC also provides all BINUSIANs with services such as one-on-one or group tutoring and language consultation.

Lastly, learning a foreign language at SALLC BINUS UNIVERSITY not only equips learners with a foreign language, but more importantly, it encourages all BINUSIANs to be more confident in their foreign language ability.

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Instructional Development Center

The IDC is a support unit for curriculum, materials and e-learning development. It collaborates with all faculties to develop competence-based curricula in line with market conditions, and prepares study materials that facilitate the study-teach process for both professors and students. It is also the backbone for the development of Multi Channel Learning, an e-learning application at BINUS UNIVERSITY, and creates study modules that use interactive multimedia technology that enables BINUSIANS to study whenever and wherever they like, in a fun environment.

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Library and Knowledge Center

The BINUS Library and Knowledge Center (LKC) functions as an information, research, documentation, and publication center to support current and future learning, research, and civil service facilities. Users get quick, appropriate, and easy services either by on-site service or via the Internet (http://library.binus.ac.id). Wi-fi is installed in all reading rooms.

BINUS LKC has around 70,000 collection of printed books, in-house and international scientific journals, CD-ROMs, VCDs, cassettes, magazines, and newspapers arranged according to the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system. The collection can be accessed through the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) on the LKC website.

Digitalized collections have been developed consisting of e-thesis S1, e-thesis S2, e-Articles, e-Research, e-Papers, and e-Info Package compiled by the Dublin Core system, with up to 10,000 entries. There are also three e-journal databases comprising 4,000 titles.

BINUS LKC is automated and integrated with a learning process called Multi Channel Learning (MCL). LKC services three locations. The 1400-square meter library on the Anggrek campus functions as a center, supported by the 286-square meter Joseph Wibowo Center (JWC) library located at Jl. Hang Lekir I No. 6 and the 135-square meter Kijang Campus at Jl. Kemanggisan Ilir III no. 45.

Both LKC and SALLC are places for independent learning. Each is open for about eight hours per day, with a 24-hour accessible service.

The web-based service supports circulation, reference, acquisition, communication, learning, new collections, and promotion. In 2008, BINUS LKC launched a service for alumni that has since then enabled them to access LKC collections and services.

With a dedication to personal development and innovation, BINUS LKC aims to build a truly world-class university library. For more details, please visit the website: http://library.binus.ac.id

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The Academic Operation Center

The Academic Operation Center (AOC) is founded to support the learning process at BINUS UNIVERSITY by ensuring an effective management of the following:

  • Lecturing and examinations
  • Lecturer payment processing
  • Student marks processing

The AOC sub-units include:

    • Lecturing and Examination Sub-Bureau
    • Student Marks Sub-Bureau

Lecturing and Examination

The Lecturing and Examination Sub-Bureau operates from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on three campuses: Anggrek Campus, Syahdan Campus and Kijang Campus, with a total of 19 employees.

This unit is responsible for all lecture-related processes carried out by BINUS UNIVERSITY, such as:

  • Preparation and process of student and lecturer attendance
  • Preparation of course materials and lecturing equipment
  • Preparation of subject material and lecturing equipment
  • Room use
  • Exam preparation and implementation
  • Lecturer payment process

Student Marks

The Student Marks Sub-Bureau is located on the Anggrek campus. It is staffed by seven employees, and is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

This unit is responsible for student marks processing carried out by BINUS UNIVERSITY, such as:

  • Taking marks and exam papers from lecturers
  • Handling student protests over marks
  • Mark process and study report
  • Graduate data processing
  • Graduate document printing
  • Student marks documentation

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Student Advisory Center

SAC is a supporting unit at BINUS UNIVERSITY, aimed to:

  • provide assistances and services for students in both academic and non-academic matters.
  • assist students to improve their academic and employability skills.
  • conduct various activities to support students during their study at BINUS UNIVERSITY.

To improve students’ self-development, SAC provides a Personal Development Program by organizing various activities such as Academic Study Skills Training and Employability Skills Training. Those activities are conducted to support BINUS UNIVERSITY graduates to be able to recognize their potential and to be ready to compete in global competition.

SAC also provides Mentoring Program to help students to improve their academic achievement. In this program, SAC facilitates students to create learning communities where they have opportunities to learn various subjects in the semester, to share academic and non academic matters and to motivate one another for better achievement. This program also gives opportunities for students to enroll themselves as mentors to supervise other students or as mentees to be supervised.

One other program provided by SAC is Counseling Program. In this program, SAC provides some counselors to assist students to develop their academic achievement and provide solutions of every student’s problem.

All services are provided to develop BINUS UNIVERSITY Students to be Good and Smart persons.

Further information:
Student Advisory Center (SAC)
BINUS UNIVERSITY
Anggrek Campus, 5th Floor, Room 511
Phone : 021 534 5830 ext 1501 – 1503
E-mail: sac@binus.edu

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BINUS Career

The BINUS Career Center is an after-study service that offers BINUSIANs the opportunity to reflect on and plan their future occupation. Collaborating with 1000 companies every year, the center provides more than 10,000 job opportunities annually both in Indonesia and overseas. Online support is provided at www.binuscareer.com.

BINUS Career Center is an excellent facility for BINUSIANs and companies to interact through various services such as:

  • Online Recruitment
  • Campus Hiring – a service provided by the BINUS UNIVERSITY campus, where companies conduct psychological tests and interviews
  • BINUS Job Expo, held at the BINUS UNIVERSITY campus attended by around 70 national and multinational companies and approximately 4000 jobseekers
  • Direct Placement
  • Holiday Job / Part-time Job Training

BINUS Career Center also conducts various activities to develop a good work ethic among its clientele, confidently face competition in the job market, and cultivate a winning attitude in the workplace.

The activities at BINUS Career Center supported by associate companies and professional training institutions include:

  • Career and Personality Development Seminar / Training
  • Career Consultation
  • Article and Career Guidance Book
  • Assessment Service for BINUSIANs and the public
  • Talent Test for future BINUSIANs

Currently, between 63% and 72% of BINUS UNIVERSITY alumni obtain work directly upon graduation.

For further information, contact:

BINUS CAREER
Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No. 27, Kemanggisan / Palmerah
West Jakarta 11530, Indonesia
Telp. : (62 – 21) 534 5830 ext. 1107 / 1108 / 1109
Fax. : (62 – 21) 533 0708
E-mail : career@binus.edu
Website : www.binuscareer.com

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BINUS Entrepreneurship Center (BEC)

BINUS University as one of well-known education institutions collaborates with government institutions and industries to create graduate capable of becoming tomorrow entrepreneurs. These days ignoring the power of information, technology is detrimental. We believe that entrepreneurs and technology must go hand in hand to create better entrepreneurs. This concept is also known as Technopreneurship.

In October 2003 BINUS University created a new division named “Center for Entrepreneurship” or also known as CfE (now the division name has changed to BINUS Entrepreneurship Center (BEC)). BEC has a mission to improve entrepreneurship learning process to motivate Binus University graduates to become successful entrepreneurs.

Please visit BEC website for more information.

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Quality Management Center

BINUS obtained its ISO 9001 certification in 1997, and has since then set up a unit to monitor Quality Assurance., which is called BKM. The adoption of a QA system at BINUS has triggered the application of support-related management systems such as the use of balance scorecard as performance indicator for the institution, the implementation of Internal Audit, and the practice of self evaluation of its study programs. In October 2005, BKM changed its name to CfQ (Center for Quality Assurance) whose function was broadened so that stakeholders can use it as a knowledge management center and as a support unit for QA implementation. Every study program of BINUS uses CfQ for the academic community’s (students/alumni, lecturers, heads of study programs) knowledge enrichment. For the long term CfQ has been used not only by the individual units of BINUS and the BINUSIAN Community in general but also by other HEIs. CfQ provides information on the development of a quality management system for an HEI.

In September 2007, CfQ changed its name to QMC (Quality Management Center) to go with the change in the BINUS organizational structure, including the institutionalization of a new corporate identity and vision and mission statement — BINUS 20/20 – A World-class Knowledge Institution. QMC has been at the helm of monitoring and managing the rate at which BINUS comes close to the achievement of its vision-mission through quality management.

The stakeholders of the Quality Management Center (QMC) are:

  • BINUS Institution: as a center to develop QA for industries, especially for education institutions; provide trainings, workshops and seminars, publish journals and initiate discussion forums.
  • Students/alumni: participate in seminars, share knowledge and experience, take part in trainings and workshops, and receive assistance for QA implementation in their own organizations.
  • Lecturers and employees: participate in research and QCC projects like proposing a QA model for HEIs.
  • Quality consultants and/or industries: share knowledge and experience, become speakers or presenters in seminars and/or group discussions
  • Government (DGHE, BAN and others): share knowledge and experience on QA in HEIs, become speakers or presenters in seminars/ group discussions
  • HEI: share knowledge and experience on QA in HEIs, become speakers or presenters in seminars/ group discussions, participate in seminars, trainings and workshops, participate in research

Vision:

  • to lead the BINUSIAN network in developing theory and practice in assessment, improvement and maintenance of quality specific to higher education institutions in Indonesia.

Mission:

  • To become a proponent of good universal practice in QA
  • To become a facilitator of the higher education quality and competency assurance within Indonesia, centred on issues such as quality and fairness in national academic, professional mobility, credentialing and recognition.
  • To facilitate research into the practice of quality management and effectiveness in higher education and other industries.
  • To facilitate the comparative study of national quality and competency assurance mechanisms within Indonesia, and improve quality practices in national systems.

The objectives of Quality Management Center (QMC) are:

  • Permit better-informed national/international recognition of qualifications
  • Be able to provide advice and expertise to assist in the development of new QA agencies
  • Monitor issues of quality in the transnational movement of higher education
  • Promote good practices in the maintenance and improvement of quality in the businesses owned or led by BINUSIAN
  • Design a self-accreditation scheme for BINUS

The objectives will be achieved by conducting activities that involve BINUS stakeholders to improve their competences. Hopefully in the long run, Quality Management Center (QMC) can provide services for other HEIs, and conduct activities that involve HEIs and identified industries.

The objective is planned to be run through the following strategies:

  • Developing a Quality Management Center (QMC) that can become a facilitator of HE QA communities within Indonesia
  • Developing a self-assessment model for BINUS that can be used for QA implementation in Indonesia

Quality Management Center (QMC) Personnel

  • Quality Management Center (QMC) Manager: Dr. Dra. Ienneke Indra Dewi, M.Hum
  • Quality System and Control Section Head: Alvin Chandra, S.Kom., MM
  • Quality Measurement & Analysis Section Head: Rudi, SE., MT

  • Quality Measurement & Analysis Officer: Doni Barata, S.Si
  • Quality Measurement Officer: Dessy Afandy, SE
  • Data Monitoring Officer: Pengkuh Ibnu Sudana, SE., S.Kom
  • System and Procedure Officer: Sabaria Catharin Debora, S.IK
  • Quality Control Officer: Devi Handayani

Quality Management Center (QMC) – BINUS University
Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No. 27,
Kemanggisan – Palmerah
Jakarta Barat 11530
Phone : (6221) 53696917
Fax : (6221) 5300244
Email : dokiso@binus.edu
Mailing List : Quality_network@yahoogroups.com

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Software Laboratory Center

Software Laboratory Center (SLC) a technical services unit at BINUS UNIVERSITY that specifically provides software-based practical work to students. Currently, the SLC office is located on the 6th and 7th floors of the Anggrek campus. SLC offers learning facilities and practical work support for subjects which need direct lab work. Its personnel consist of 150 staff to guide the students and help the lecturers to seek and obtain required knowledge and information.

SLC also provides computer facilities and Cyber@ccess, a network of 70 PCs designed to help students access the Internet.

Currently, SLC has more than 1200 computer units distributed across 30 practical work rooms to service BINUSIANs. About 400 of these are upgraded annually. Each is equipped with the latest software packages for student use.

To help assistants and staff to focus on the teaching process and subject content development, SLC services are divided into several founding subject categories. Lab rooms are arranged according to the practical work group available. The categories are:

  • Programming (Basic and Advanced Programming)
  • Database
  • Desktop Application and Programming
  • Multimedia
  • Office Applications
  • Networking
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Web Programming
  • Artificial Intelligence

There are also facilities and lab rooms which focus on specific learning processes and are directly managed by specific units or departments:

  • CISCO Applied Networking
  • Linguistic Lab / Self-Access Learning Language Centre

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