4.2 Proportion of graduates with teaching qualification
4.2.1 Proportion of graduates with relevant qualification for teaching
Proportion of graduates with relevant qualification for teaching
FTUI graduated a total of 1110 students consist of 208 bachelor’s degrees, 192 medical doctors, 92 master’s degrees, 52 doctoral degrees, 460 specialist, and 106 sub-specialist doctors In 2019 and a total of 1095 students consist of 248 bachelor’s degrees, 222 medical doctors, 90 master’s degrees, 31 doctoral degrees, 407 specialist doctors, and 87 sub-specialist doctors in 2020.
4.3 Lifelong learning measures
In the means of achieving quality education, FTUI has its own departement of education. The aim of this departement is to improve medical knowledge through education, research and community service. This departemen also aim to produce graduates that contribute in medical sciences knowledge based on evidence and also to improve professionalism and the ability of graduates to be educators.
Other than that, FTUI has a unit called CME-CPD FTUI, in the means to achieve continuity of education even after graduation, as it is known that doctors are long life learner. This unit works with departments from FTUI to carry out offline and online seminars. This way, students of FTUI can easily update their knowledge by attending this seminars and absorb knowledge from the most reliable sources that FTUI can offer.
4.3.1 Public resources (lifelong learning)
Provide access to educational resources for those not studying at the university – e.g. computers, library, online courses, and access to lectures.
•With free Access
•With charged Access
Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia provides access to educational resources for those not studying at the university through study program’s youtube channel that is accessible for free without space and time limitations. Moreover, FMUI also open Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) to provide access for students from UI or other univeristy that eager to earn credits in FMUI. These course materials are available online and can be accessed anytime and anywhere for the public.
4.3.2 Public events (lifelong learning)
Host events at university that are open to the general public: public lectures, community educational events.
•On programmed basis
Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia holds webinar, public lectures and seminars regularly which are open to the public for free. The topic of the free-accessed lectures are the up-to-date medical topic delivered by international and national experts in their field. Moreover, FMUI hold yearly conference through Internation Conference and Exhibition on Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI)
4.3.3 Vocational training events (lifelong learning)
Host events at university that are open to the general public: executive education programmes (this refers to short courses for people who are not attending the university; this specifically excludes courses like MBA) and/or vocational training.
•On programmed basis
FMUI holds workshop regularly which are open to the public. The topics are the up-to-date medical topic delivered by international and national experts in their field.
4.3.4 Education outreach activities beyond campus
Undertake educational outreach activities (e.g. tailored lectures or demonstrations) beyond campus – in local schools, in the community. This can include voluntary student-run schemes.
•On programmed basis
FTUI occasionally hold the educational community service to local schools, orphanage, community etc as part of the tridharma perguruna tinggi. The activities were conducted to increase community’s knowledge of health, prevention of diseases, provisions to solve problems and answer challenges in lives as well as getting to know better about higher education. Most of the activities were held offline before pandemic, but swift to online activities during COVID-19 pandemic
4.3.5 Lifelong learning access policy
A policy that ensures that access to these activities is accessible to all, regardless of ethnicity, religion, disability or gender.
FTUI follow Universitas Indonesia’s policy that ensures that access to these activities is accessible to all, regardless of ethnicity, religion, disability or gender. Based on Universitas Indonesia’s vision and mission according to Indonesian Government Regulation Number 68 of 2013 concerning the Statute of the Universitas Indonesia (UI) and nine basic UI’s values.
UI is committed to providing access for the public to get longlife learning, one of which is UI’s policy of opening the Extension Class Undergraduate Program which is intended to provide opportunities for education for those whose age does not meet the requirements to enter the Regular Class Undergraduate Program or for those who are already working but want to increase the level of education.