The Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia (FKUI) is the oldest medical school and one of the best medical schools 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. FKUI has a strategic plan to systematically guide the institution to improve human resource capacity, develop educational facilities, as well as improve the management system of education.
The currently applied faculty curriculum is the 2012 Faculty Curriculum which is an improvement from that of 2005. FKUI curriculum is an updated medical education curriculum as one of the medical education strategies that is centered on student learning, problem-based, integrated horizontal and vertical, a community-based – allowing exposure to clinical settings early and providing a broad choice to students to explore the field of science that is desired (elective) – and systematic implementation.
The purpose of medical education at FKUI is to produce primary care physicians who are introspective and skilled in a holistic approach, comprehensive, collaborative, and always learning. They are also equipped with prevention-based information processing capabilities and their application in health management. The medical education also aims to produce graduates who can act as agents of change.
FKUI seeks to establish a graduate medical doctors who have:
To fulfill these objectives, the stages of education in FKUI is divided into:
FKUI medical graduates are expected to develop the skills covered in the following competency areas:
|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 Immunology) 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 achieve outcomes
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.
FKUI Students come from various regions in Indonesia, even from other countries. The diversity of the students gives more responsibility to FKUI to be able to organize medical education that equips graduates with thorough knowledge of medicine and health, and with efficient cost so that it can be accessed by the whole society.