Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia (FKUI) is the oldest medical school and one of the best medical school in Indonesia. FKUI has a strong commitment to ensuring the quality of the implementation of medical education with an international education based on competency in an effort to improve public health. The strategic plan as directed and systematically guide FKUI to improve human resource capacity, develop educational facilities, as well as improve the management system of education.
Faculty curriculum currently applied is the Faculty Curriculum 2012 which is an improvement from 2005. FKUI curriculum is a modern medical education curriculum strategy that is centered on student learning, problem based, integrated horizontal and vertical, a community-based, allowing exposure to clinical settings early, provides a broad choice to students to explore the field of science that is desired (elective), and systematic implementation (systematic).
The purpose of medical education at FKUI is to produce primary care physicians are introspective and skilled in a holistic approach, comprehensive, collaborative, continuous with a prevention-based information processing capabilities and their application in health management and act as agents of change.
FKUI seeks to establish a graduate medical doctor who has:
- Ability to lifelong learning so as to resemble the latest medical sciences in evidence-based practice everyday.
- The ability to identify health problems, good health problems of individuals, families and communities, analyze and solve it effectively, efficiently, cultured and full of humanity.
- Behave professionally in a variety of work environments, always has a high commitment to perform tasks profession full responsibility, promoting the principles of medical ethics, culture, collegiality and sensitive to public health problems diverse.
To realize these objectives, the stages of education in FKUI is divided into:
- Bachelor of Medicine FKUI (S.Ked.)
During 7-8 semester.
- Medical doctor FKUI (dr.)
During 4 semester.
- Additional degree of educational institutions affiliated to the participants of the International classes.
a. Bachelor of Medical Science (University of Melbourne, Australi)
b. Bachelor of Medical Science (hon) (Monash University, Austral)
c. Master of Research (University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)
FKUI medical graduates are expected to develop the skills covered in the following competency areas:
Ability to conduct professional medical practices in accordance with religious values and principles, universal morality, ethics, discipline, laws and regulations, and socio-cultural norms.
- Self-awareness and professional development through life-long learning
Ability to conduct medical practices by acknowledging and overcoming personal limitations, developing personal skills, attending personal development programs to continuously improve and update knowledge, and enhancing personal knowledge in order to ensure the best treatments for patients.
- Effective communication skills
Ability to obtain and share information both verbally and non-verbally from/with patients (at any ages), family members, the society, colleagues, and other co-professionals.
- Information management
Ability to apply medical information and communication technology in conducting medical practices.
- Scientific evidence of medicine
Ability to overcome health problems in accordance with the most current medical and health scientific principles and methods in order to achieve the best results.
- Clinical skills
Ability to perform clinical procedures—based on their respective positions or authority—for dealing with health problems in accordance with the principles of patient, individual, and public safety (universal precaution).
- Management of health problems
Ability to manage individual patients, family, and public health problems in a comprehensive, holistic, coordinative, and collaborative way in primary health care contexts.
- Research capacity
Ability to solve medical or health problems by conducting research or applying a problem-solving cycle which consists of several steps: identifying problem, designing the right solutions, implementing the solutions, and assessing the whole process.
- Medical and health emergency management
Ability to perform stabilization and resuscitation procedures for patients who are suffering from medical or surgical emergency situations.
Ability to carry out triage procedures which involve assessing the seriousness of a patient’s disease, both at health service centers and in disaster areas.
- Health service management
Ability to take the role as a medical manager who can carry out the processes of planning, organization, implementation, and assessment by taking into account various factors which may influence individual and public health (such as social, culture, economy, environment, and government’s policies), based on the concept of “family doctor”.
|Modules in general education are considered as basic courses comprising university and health sciences compulsory modules||15.5% (a total of 33 credits out of a total of 213 credits of undergraduate medical programs)|
|Three modules in semester 2 (Molecular Biology and Cells and Genetics, Neuroscience and Immunulogy) and all modules in semester 3 – 7/8 in integrated medical sciences stage are included as intermediate course.||52% (a total of 111 credits out of a total of 213 credits of undergraduate medical programs)|
(professional stage – clinical practice)
FMUI Undergraduate Medical Education Program – Regular Class (Bachelor of Medicine – 8 semester)
FMUI Undergraduate Medical Education Program – International Class (Bachelor of Medicine – 8 semester, with overseas placement 2 semesters)
Teaching, learning and assessment strategies to enable outcomes to be achieved and demonstrated
The 2012 Faculty Curriculum is an improvement of the 2005 Faculty Curriculum. The latter was designed in accordance with the 2006 National Standard Competencies of Indonesian Medical Doctors which covered competency areas identical to those already mentioned, only in a different order. The 2012 Faculty Curriculum is applied in both Regular Class and International Class Programs, with some curricular adjustments for the International Class Program. This curriculum is a modern curriculum of medical education strategy based on student centered learning, problem-based, integrated horizontal and vertical, community-based, early clinical exposure, which will provide a wide choice to the students to explore the field of science that they desired (elective), and systematic implementation.
List of Modules
FKUI Students come from various regions in Indonesia, even from other countries. The diversity of the student to give more responsibility to FKUI to be able to organize a medical education that equips graduates with a thorough knowledge of medicine and health with cost efficient so that it can be reached by the whole society.
For more information, please contact :
Panitia Pendaftaran Mahasiswa Baru Universitas Indonesia
PMB Building (Side of Balai Sidang UI)
UI Depok campus, 16424
Ph : (021) 7864126
(021) 7867222 ext. 106022
Fax : (021) 7270158
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web : penerimaan.ui.ac.id
Information for foreigners, please contact International Office UI +62 21 7888 0139 or visit international.ui.ac.id