Who can enroll is a high school student / MA / SMK class III with a best ranking of 10 in the class, or students who have special achievements in the field of sports and the arts to FPOK program applicants for Visual Arts, Arts Music, Dancing shown in the form of a charter legitimated certificate or the Principal.
Each student may submit only ONE OPTION course.
Registration is done collectively by the Principal.
Registration file sent by post to the Committee secretariat PMDK UPI in 2009.
Registration cost is Rp. 150.000, - (one hundred fifty thousand rupiah) per participant.
Registration at the latest on 2 March 2009 (POST).
Required to follow specific test for selecting a program of study in FPBS (Visual Arts Education, Dance Arts Education, Arts Education Music), and FPOK (Physical Education and Recreation Health, Education Training, Sports, Science and Sport).
The cost is Rp. 100.000, - (one hundred thousand rupiah) per participant.
Registration fee and the cost of special tests must be paid through bank accounts at once BNI Branch UPI Bandung with the account number 22510314 in the name of PT BHMN UPI.
Special tests will be held on 27-28 March 2009, at 08.00 - at the finish:
Jl. PHH Mustopa No. 200 Padasuka Bandung
(For FPOK)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229
Bandung (For FPBS)
FPOK to bring clothes and sports FPBS to bring the necessary instruments.
Applicants PMDK selection list can be viewed on the websites http://www.upi.edu.
PMDK selection results will be announced through the websites http://www.upi.edu end of April 2009.

a. Registration PMDK fill full.
b. Photocopy raport semester 1,2,3,4, and 5 who have legitimated Principal.
c. Color photograph of 1 sheet of 4x6.
d. Recommendation letter from the Head of School.
e. Health Certificate from the doctor.
f. Copy of proof of payment transfer fee and a special test (for those who follow).
g. Copy of certificate or the relevant Charter that has been the Principal dilegalisasi for having.
h. Mail statement from the Parents / Guardians.
i. Qualified special set of courses selected.


International student candidates considering UPI as their preferred study destination must meet both academic and administrative requirements. All applications must be supported by the following documents:

a Curriculum Vitae detailing the applicant's educational background;

two certified copies of educational certificate and academic transcripts;

a letter indicating the applicant's financial support for:

the cost of return travel to the applicant's home country

living expenses during the period of study

tuition and amenities fees for the period of study

a certified copy of the applicant's passport. The passport must be valid and current for the period of study in Indonesia;

a statement that the applicant will abide by the rules and regulations of the Indonesian government;

a statement that the applicant will not undertake any paid employment during the period of study in Indonesia;

two copies of a recent passport-size photographs;

a health certificate issued by a qualified medical practitioner stating that the applicant is in good health and is considered fit to reside in a tropical country.

All applications must be submitted directly to


Indonesian University of Education

Jl. Dr. Setiabudi 229 Bandung 40154


Upon the acceptance of Letter of Acceptance from UPI, applicants must contact the Indonesian Diplomatic Representative in their respective home countries to obtain an international student visa.

International students willing to apply for postgraduate courses should directly send their application to

Director of School of Postgraduate Studies

Indonesia University of Education

Jl. Dr. Setiabudi 229 Bandung 40154


Office of International Education

International Education and Relations Unit is responsible for administering the admission processes of international students. This office also provides advisory and support programs for international students. For further information regarding study opportunities at UPI for international students, contact

International Education and Relations Unit (UPT HPI)

Indonesia University of Education

Lower Ground Floor, Bumi Siliwangi Building

(Main Administrative Building)

Jl. Dr. Setiabudi 229 Bandung 41054


Telephone: IDD+ 62 22 2013163 ext. 1119

Fax: IDD+ 62 22 2013651

Email: uhpi@upi.edu



UPI offers a wide range of courses to both local and international students. The courses are administered through six faculties, which offer undergraduate degrees and diplomas, and one graduate school, which offers master's and doctoral degrees.

Faculty of Educational Sciences
Faculty of Social Studies Education
Faculty of Language and Arts Education
Faculty of Mathematics and Science Education
Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education
Faculty of Sports and Health Science Education
School of Postgraduate Studies

Faculty of Educational Sciences

Faculty of Educational Sciences can not be separated from the historical development of Indonesia University of Education since it was one of the departments founded under Teachers Education College. It became a faculty under Bandung Institute of Teacher Training and Educational Sciences in 1963. The faculty holds a mission to study and develop educational sciences theoretically and practically and has a purpose to educate educational scientists. In particular, it trains future educational developers, managers, and practitioners in school and non-school settings, and produces pre-school, primary school, and special education teachers. In line with its function, the faculty offers Basic Educational Course to all UPI students. The courses administered by this faculty focus on developing students. professional pedagogic skills. Currently, the qualification of the faculty staff is considered adequate to run high quality education considering that the faculty staff consists of Professors, PhD holders, Master degree holder, staff pursuing master and doctoral degrees in local and overseas universities, and even staff actively leading PGRI (Indonesian Teachers Association) and CESA (Comparative Education Society of Asia).
Departments under the Faculty of Educational Sciences are:
a. Curriculum and Educational Technology
b. Educational Administration
c. Educational Psychology and Counseling
d. Non-formal Education
e. Special Needs Education
f. Primary School Teacher Education
g. Kindergarten Teacher Education

Faculty of Social Studies Education

Like the Faculty of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Social Studies Education was founded in 1954. Its vision is to develop Social Studies Education as a scientific discipline and as an academic basis for provision of various educational programs. Its vision is implemented through the following missions: (1) developing educational programs which produces professional with high level competitiveness in social studies education and other social sciences, and (2) conducting research to support epistemology and body of knowledge in social studies education and its elements through a range of academic activities, and to foster the establishment of new social studies departments.

Apart from their involvement in scientific activities at local, national, and international levels, many of the faculty teaching staff are active members involved in community services. Some lecturers are active members of international professional organizations.
Faculty of Social Studies Education manages the following departments and study programs.
a. Pancasila and Civics Education
b. History Education
c. Geography Education
d. Economics Education
- Business Administration Education
- Cooperatives Education
- Accounting Education
- Office Administration Education
- Business Administration
- Accounting
- Tourism and Leisure Management
- Tourism Marketing Management
- Catering Industry Management
e. General Courses

Faculty of Language and Arts Education

In globalization era, languages and arts play important roles, not only as cultural products which strengthen the national identity, but also as a medium of communication and international cooperation in a variety of fields. Faculty of Language and Arts Education has been striving to improve the quality of available resources in order to anticipate the global competition and to show the national identity and integrity. In this case, the faculty is envisioned to make it an outstanding and quality institution which stands on expertise and professionalism in language, literature, and arts.

In accordance with the vision, the faculty has formulated its missions: (1) to develop and apply language and arts education (teaching and non-teaching) for the sake of Indonesian and international communities, and (2) to provide language and arts education programs focusing on the development of professional and academic skills and vocational competencies in order to create employment.

The faculty teaching staff and their educational qualification ranges from undergraduate to doctoral degrees, obtained from local and overseas universities. Some departments are supported by native speakers, and some staff members possess a special expertise and have gained a reputation at national, regional, and international levels.
There are six departments under the faculty:
a. Indonesian Language and Literature Education, offering:
- Indonesian Language and Literature Education
- Indonesian Language and Literature
b. Sundanese Language Education
c. English Language Education, offering:
- English Language Education
- English Literature
d. Foreign Language Education, offering:
- Arabic Language Education
- French Language Education
- German Language Education
- Japanese Language Education
e. Dance and Music Education
f. Fine Arts Education

Faculty of Mathematics and Science Education

The vision of this faculty is to make the faculty efficient, productive, and outstanding in scientific development and human resources involved in teaching and non-teaching Mathematics and Science by relying on expertise, professionalism, academic freedom, cooperation, and participation.

To realize the vision, the faculty has the following missions (1) to produce human resources in teaching and non-teaching Mathematics and Science in order to support national development, and (2) to actively participate in research, development, application, and dissemination of mathematics and sciences either in teaching or non-teaching fields.
The faculty has five departments and each department offers teaching and non-teaching programs.
a. Mathematics Education
b. Physics Education
c. Biology Education
d. Chemistry Education
e. Computer Science Education

Currently, the qualification of the faculty staff is considered high to run high quality education considering that the faculty staff consists of Professors, PhD holders, Master degree holder, staff pursuing master and doctoral degrees in local and overseas universities. The faculty staff members have been actively participating in academic activities at national and international level and even some of them have managed to earn great achievements, for example, some of their works have been internationally acclaimed.

Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education

The faculty has set up the following vision: to become a productive faculty of technology and vocational education, which holds national and global perspectives and relies on expertise and professionalism.

To implement the vision, the faculty has determined its missions as follows: (1) to develop human resources into teaching professionals (teachers, educational scientists, and other technological and vocational educators) or technicians in relevant services and industries. They are to possess global competitiveness, independence, motivation to continually develop, teamwork skills, ethical attitudes, and national and global perspectives, (2) through the concept of multidisciplinary and multicultural education, to develop technological and vocational education and engineering science which are complementary, and (3) to give the best service to the community in order to foster beneficial learning concepts and scientific, technological, and vocational advances for the sake of human resources development and welfare.

Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education employs fulltime part-time lecturers, who are outsourced to teach. They are recruited from Bandung Institute of Technology, National Institute of Sciences, Industries, Professional Associations, and Telkom. The staff members of the faculty are considered more than adequate to run high quality education.
The faculty hosts the following departments and study programs:
a. Civil Engineering Education
b. Architecture Education
c. Electrical Engineering Education
- Communication Electronics Study Program
- Power Electricity Study Program
d. Mechanical Engineering Education
- Cooling Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Construction Engineering
e. Home Economics Education
f. Non-education Engineering Diplomas (D3):
- Mechanical Engineering (Automotive)
- Electrical Engineering (Electrical Installation)
- Civil Engineering
- Home Architecture

Faculty of Sports and Health Science Education

This faculty serves a function to develop sporting courses, and its graduates are expected to become skilled, educated, and integrated physical education and sport teachers. In addition, they are expected to be coaches, organizers and managers of community sporting activities as well as sport scientists. In brief, the faculty is committed to producing professionals with strong scientific basis, skills to apply sport science to sporting management and development, and strong personality as educators. There are three departments in this faculty:
a. Physical Education
b. Health and Recreation Education
c. Coaching Education
- Coaching Education
- Sports Science

Currently the faculty is supported by staff members with good qualification and reputation at national and international level. Some of the faculty staff members are athletes and coaches who often become the representatives of Indonesian team in international sport championships.


Indonesia University of Education (UPI) has established cooperation with government and non-government bodies as well as foreign universities such as Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for science and Mathematics teachers development; Paedagogische Hochschulle in Heidelberg, Germany and Deakin University in Australia for student and lecturer exchange; La Trobe University in Australia for joint seminars; Monash University Australia for the provision of Indonesian language teachers in Australia; the Norwegian government for inclusive education development through in-country training for UPI lecturers at Norwegian universities; UPSI Malaysia for student and lecturer exchange; Ford Foundation for development of arts teacher education; The University of Iowa, The Ohio State University, and Houston University for lecturer exchange. UPI has also conducted a number of research projects in cooperation with international agencies such as UNESCO, AMINEF, The Toyota Foundation, and British Council. Cooperation with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), in particular, has resulted in the granting of, from the part of JICA to UPI, a grandiose building complete with all modern facilities to be used as the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Education where the Project for Development of Science and Mathematics Teaching for Primary and Secondary Education in Indonesia (IMSTEP) is administered. 

At national level, the cooperation has also been established with central and local government bodies such as National Assembly of Constitution and Department of Justice and Human Rights for writing a book entitled .Constitutional Awareness Education.; West Java provincial government for acceleration of Human Development Index development at education sector; Kepulauan Riau provincial government for human resources and education quality development; Directorate General of Non-formal Education, MONE, for development of non-formal education; SEAMEO for distance learning expansion. 

In addition, UPI has set up cooperation in research, education, and development with industrial enterprises such as PT. Telkom, Tbk, PT. PINDAD, and PT. INTI, Tbk.

Multicampus University
The main campus with 75 hectares size is located on Jalan Dr. Setiabudi 229 Bandung, West Java. It hosts Graduate School and five of the six faculties. The Faculty of Physical and Health Education is still located on Jalan Ahmad Yani Km. 6 Padasuka Bandung, but will soon be relocated to the main campus when the construction of facilities and infrastructures is completed. 

To enhance its public services, UPI has established other campuses in Cibiru, Tasikmalaya, Sumedang, Purwakarta, and Serang. Those campuses enable UPI to diversify its programs and to spread its wings, and are connected with a 5 Mbps internet network (4 Mbps international link and 1.5 Mbps local link). The internet network is centrally managed by UPI-Net located in the main campus. Such a technological capacity enables UPI to organize a distance learning program in all campuses. 

In academic year of 2006/2007, Serang, Purwakarta, and Tasikmalaya campuses start to open Master.s programs in Science Education, Social Studies Education, Non-Formal Education, Guidance and Counseling, Educational Administration, Curriculum and Development Studies, and Indonesian Language Education. To support the program, UPI prioritizes comprehensive development of facilities and infrastructures in the regional campuses. 
Main Campus
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154 Jawa Barat - Indonesia
Telp. +62-22-2013161-2013162-2013163-2013164
Fax. +62-22-2013651

UPI Cibiru 
Jl. Raya Cibiru KM 15, Bandung 

UPI Tasikmalaya  
Jl. Dadaha No. 18 Tasikmalaya 

UPI Sumedang 
Jl. Mayor Abdurahman No. 221 Sumedang 

UPI Purwakarta 
Jl. Veteran No. 8 Purwakarta

UPI Serang 
Jl. Ciracas - Serang
Telp/Fax. (0254) 200277

Campus Development
Since February 2006, UPI has rebuilt the main campus at a large scale. The construction is intended to meet internationally standardized facilities. The construction of educational facilities, funded by Islamic Development Bank (IDB), is carried out under the title Upgrading and Development of Indonesia University of Education (UPI), Bandung. The construction has the following purposes. 
To develop UPI's new academic status and roles as a modern university with high quality, efficiency, accountability, and accessibility. 
To specifically construct buildings which consist of classrooms, teaching staff rooms, administrative staff offices, learning facilities, and administrative equipment. 
To build infrastructures which support the existence of a modern campus. 

The current construction of facilities and infrastructures includes the following buildings of (1) Faculty of Language and Arts Education, (2) Faculty of Social Studies Education, (3) Faculty of Educational Sciences, (4) Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education, (5) Faculty of Sports and Health Science Education, (6) School of Postgraduate Studies, (7) University Centre, (8) Centre for Research and Community Services, (9) Training Centre, (10) Islamic Tutorial Centre, (11) Policlinic with inpatient wards, (12) Male Students Residence Hall/Dormitory, (13) Female Students Residence Hall/Dormitory, and (14) infrastructures. The construction is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2007.