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Details for Faculty of Economics and Business - Muhammadiyah University Prof. DR. HAMKA (UHAMKA)

Participant Status

Basic

Type of Organization

Business School

Type of Education

Undergraduate

Institution is part of

Muhammadiyah University

Location

Jakarta Timur , DKI Jakarta, Indonesia

Website

http://feb.uhamka.ac.id/

Sign Up Date to PRME

26 Feb 2018

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

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Letter of ​Commitment (2018)

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Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Faculty of Economics and Business is one of the faculties in Muhammadiyah University Prof. DR. HAMKA (UHAMKA). UHAMKA itself is one of the leading universities in Indonesia that received accreditation "A" (superior) from the National Accreditation Board of Higher Education (BAN-PT) Indonesia through Decree 3128 / SK / Ban-PT-Akred / PT / XII / 2016 dated 27 December 2016. UHAMKA is a private university under the umbrella of Muhammadiyah, the largest and strongest civil society organization in Indonesia.

At the beginning of its establishment, this university was Teacher Education College (PTPG). After that changing its name to Faculty of Teacher Training and Education University of Muhammadiyah Jakarta (FKIP UMJ). Furthermore, FKIP UMJ was part of IKIP Muhammadiyah Jakarta (IKIP-MJ) in 1965. IKIP-MJ continues to grow and gain the trust of the community. So that broaden its organization become an university of Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. Hamka in 1997 based on the Decree of the Directorate General of Higher Education Ministry of Education and Culture no. 138 / DIKTI / Kep.1997

UHAMKA has made a significant contribution to society, nation, even the world in the field of education and humanity widely. For its contribution in the field of peace education, UHAMKA (formerly IKIP-MJ) was awarded the Peace Messenger of the United Nations (UN) in 1988. The award was handed over directly by UN Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar to Dr. Agustiar, M.A., who at that time served as Rector of IKIP-MJ in UN central base, New York.

Achievements with regard to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Faculty of Economics and Business of UHAMKA (FEB-UHAMKA) has a high commitment in supporting the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through various activities, both academic and non academic. To start it all, we conducted socialization to lecturers, employees, and students about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through this socialization they are expected to understand and realize the importance of sustainable development. In more detail, here are some programs that we have and will do.

First, curriculum integration. The FEB-UHAMKA course curriculum has been designed in such a way as to integrate the vision, mission and programs of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Some of them have already been realized and some others are still in process. One that has been realized is in the course of Community Service (PKM). This course is designed with learning service learning model where students have to go to the field to provide assistance and empowerment to groups of Micro and Small Medium Enterprises (UMKM).

Second, student activities. The vision of our Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) mission is also transmitted directly to students through leadership training. This leadership training is called: Creating a Global Leader: A Sustainable Development Goals Perspective (SDGs). Through this leadership training we want to ensure that future generations of FEB-UHAMKA graduates are global minded generation who understand and pioneer in supporting the achievement of sustainable development goals.

Third, poverty reduction. As a developing country, one of the main problems facing Indonesia is poverty. Based on data from the Central Bureau of Statistics, the number of poor people, the population with monthly per capita expenditure below the poverty line in Indonesia reached 27.77 million, so about 10.12 percent of the total population of Indonesia. Therefore, FEB-UHAMKA, in line with the mission of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), is also concerned with this issue. As a business campus, we want to create students who are strong entrepreneurs and possess social awareness and awareness (social entrepreneurship), especially in relation to poverty. To realize this mission we establish Social Entrepreneurship and Islamic Philanthropy Lab (LKSFI)).

Fourth, build partnership network. Especially with regard to philanthropy programs, FEB-UHAMKA through LKSFI, concern for conducting research and social assistance by establishing partnership network with various relevant institutions, both government and private. Recently, LKSFI along with Philanthropy Indonesia and the National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) have been discussing together to plan the philanthropy program in Indonesia. One of the programs of LKSFI, Scholarships Direct Work (BLK), is to become one of the flagship programs recommended by BAPPENAS to be a pilot program.

Program Plan with regard to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
FEB-UHAMKA's commitment to support sustainable development objectives will continue to be improved by conducting further evaluations and follow-up programs. Some programs that will be realized in the near future are as follows.

First focused group discussions on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This focused discussion will involve various parties, both government, private, and civil society organizations. The purpose of this focused discussion is to formulate a thorough conceptual design of the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within the college environment, especially in FEB-UHAMKA as a model.

Second, curriculum integration. This program is a follow up of the previous program which has been realized. Some of the courses planned to be integrated with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are: Business Introduction, Pancasila and Citizenship Education (KDP), Management, Business Planning, Branding and Integrated Marketing Communication, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Business and Economics of Indonesia, Entrepreneurship and Cooperation , Business Law and Business Ethics, Organizational Behavior and Leadership, International Financial Management, Islamic Economics, and Religious Education.

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

We are fully aware that the noble mission embodied in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) cannot be realized without evaluation, reflection and deepening through academic research and involving various parties to engage in it. The following programs have been achieved and will be implemented in conjunction with research and cooperation in order to realize sustainable development objectives.
Achievements with regard to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Faculty of Economics and Business of UHAMKA (FEB-UHAMKA) has established cooperation with Bank Indonesia and MNC Securities with regard to research program, scholarship, and internship program. All this is done to create quality education in order to print professional human resources and have perspectives of sustainable development. Furthermore, in terms of economic empowerment of the people, FEB-UHAMKA cooperates with Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) and Lembaga Amil Zakat Infaq and Shadaqah Muhammadiyah (LAZISMU) and cooperates with companies such as Bank Muamalat, PT Pos Indonesia and others to implement sustainable development program.

In the field of education, in collaboration with LAZISMU, we create our Save our School program, GN-OTA, Trensains, and One Million Graduate. In the economic field, there are farmers program, One Million UMKM, and economic empowerment in the form of Youth Entepreneurship program, family business development and capital investment of BTM.

Program Plan with regard to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
East Jakarta, the location where our institution is domiciled, there are many companies in it, such as Frisian Flag, Bayer Farma Indonesia, Pfizer Indonesia Tbk, and others. It is a great potential for us to access the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funds available in these companies to collaborate on the research and action of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) program. As a university under Muhammadiyah, we also have advantages in networking partnership with all universities in Muhammadiyah to accelerate in promoting and implementing programs that are aligned with the objectives of sustainable development.

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