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Universitas Indonesia
Depok, Indonesia

Universitas Indonesia is a modern, comprehensive, open-minded, multi-culture, and humanism campus that covers wide arrays of scientific disciplines.
UI simultaneously strives to be one of the leading research universities and the most outstanding academic institution in the world. UI is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to the academic invention and research activities through various scientific programs.

UI was founded in 1849 and represents the most experiencing educational institution in Asia.
Recently, UI produces more than 400.000 alumni and continues its important role both nationally and internationally. Furthermore, it is our commitment to produce high quality of education system, global standard research activities and maintaining high standard of international academic research publications.

Website: http://www.ui.ac.id/en/

VSE Season 1, 2021-22: Courses offered by Universitas Indonesia


Application Deadline

Students must submit an application to the VSE Central Office before:
Jul 8 2021, 12:00 noon Hong Kong Time (UTC+8)




Academic Requirements

Before applying, please make sure you have fulfilled the course offering university's academic requirements listed below:

- GPA of 3.00 or above
- Will not graduate from home university before finishing your exchange period at UI
- Prerequisites: Faculty of Computer Science: Web Design & Programming Faculty of Medicine: For medical students with basic medical knowledge in e.g: physiology, anatomy, and disease pathology.

For more details, please contact the VSE coordinator at UI




English Language Proficiency Requirements

Before applying, please make sure you have fulfilled the course offering university's English language proficiency requirements listed below:

Certificate (for non-native speakers of English):
TOEFL ITP: 550
TOEFL PBT: 550
TOEFL iBT: 80
IELTS: 6.0
or higher to meet the requirement of the offered courses.

For more details, please contact the VSE coordinator at UI.



Course Information

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Number of Credits 3
Offering Department Faculty of Computer Science
Course Teacher Suci Fadhilah, S.Kom., M.A
Language of Instruction English
First Day of Class Aug 30, 2021
Last Day of Class Dec 31, 2021
Course Component Live Lecture Small Group Discussion Project Based Learning Online Learning Worksheet Class
Mode of Teaching Synchronous Synchronous Synchronous/Asynchronous Asynchronous Synchronous
Meeting Time TBD (1 hour) TBD (1 hour) n/a n/a TBD (1.5 hours)
Time Zone UTC+7
Restrictions Prerequisites: Web Design & Programming
Course Description This course focuses on the interface design concepts for a software. In this course, students are taught how to apply the principles of human-computer interaction in developing an application, and offer a better alternative interaction design. Materials are delivered through active learning methods, such as: small group discussions, project-based learning, and the use of e-learning management system. The scope discussed in this course includes the historical context of human-computer interaction (HCI), interaction design, cognition, techniques in HCI, social aspects of HCI, data collection and analysis, interaction design process, prototyping, and evaluation.
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Number of Credits 2
Offering Department School of Environmental Health – Faculty of Public Health
Course Teacher Prof. Dr. Budi Haryanto, SKM, MKes, MSc
Language of Instruction English
First Day of Class TBA
Last Day of Class TBA
Course Component Lecture Tutorial Discussion
Mode of Teaching Synchronous/Asynchronous Synchronous Synchronous/Asynchronous
Meeting Time TBD TBD TBD
Time Zone UTC+7
Course Description Learning objectives:
Students are expected to be able to explain:

1) the interactive relationship between humans and the environment, in the form of exposure to various dangerous agents through the media of air, water, food, vectors, and soil, in order to prevent public health and public safety problems

2) the development of science, concepts and technology in the field of environmental health as well as environmental dynamics, hazards and health and illness conditions in the community.

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Number of Credits 3
Offering Department Faculty of Medicine
Course Teacher Prasandhya Astagiri Yusuf, S.Si, MT. PhD
Language of Instruction English
First Day of Class Sep 6, 2021
Last Day of Class Oct 2, 2021
Course Component Lecture Flipped Classroom Cooperative Learning Field Work / Group Assignment Clinical Application Discussion Literature Review Writing Final Presentation
Mode of Teaching Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous Synchronous Synchronous
Meeting Time TBD
Time Zone UTC+7
Restrictions For medical students with basic medical knowledge in e.g: physiology, anatomy, and disease pathology.
Points to Note for Students Course recording are available for students.
Fees to be Bourne by Students Online materials fee: IDR 500,000 (~USD 35)
Course Description Doctors in the future, according to the medical education obtained, are very close to technological developments, and must be able to take advantage of this technology along with clinical skills and clinical reasoning to provide optimum health services for patients.

One of the rapidly developing fields is engineering in artificial organs, which is based on an understanding of the principles of physiological engineering.

This module aims to introduce students to the design and working of the latest artificial organs and explain the technological principles that underlie these physiological processes.
Topics that will be covered include an understanding of retinal implants, cochlear implants, heart valve prostheses, blood pumps, artificial hearts, artificial lungs, artificial kidneys, skin patches, robotic exoskeletons, orthopedic implants, and organs-on-chips. As future clinicians, students will also learn about the basics of health technology assessment in ethical, legal, and environmental aspects of artificial organs.

Several artificial organs have reached clinical applications, such as orthopedic implants, artificial heart valves, hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, etc. Some organs are still in the development stage and it is not impossible that they will become real implementations in the short and medium term.

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Number of Credits 3
Offering Department Faculty of Medicine
Course Teacher Anindya P. Susanto, B.Eng, MD, MM.
Language of Instruction English
First Day of Class Sep 6, 2021
Last Day of Class Oct 2, 2021
Course Component Interactive Lecture Doctor-technopreneur Inspiration Guest Seminar Series Group Discussion Plenary Field Trip
Mode of Teaching Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous
Meeting Time TBD
Time Zone UTC+7
Restrictions For medical students with basic medical knowledge in e.g: physiology, anatomy, and disease pathology.
Points to Note for Students Course recording are available for students.
Fees to be Bourne by Students Online materials fee: IDR 500,000 (~USD 35)
Course Description Design Thinking and Business Canvas Model are tools that are expected to be a forum that helps doctors in realizing Innovation. In this case, a doctor is required to be able to translate their ideas into a product or service, business model, health policy, as well as improving the quality of the system as a whole.

An entrepreneurial aspect will be introduced which is defined as the ability to commercialize a product or service that is viable to become a business venture. Entrepreneurship can be small scale or start-up (start-up) or large organization (Hospital, health system, etc.)

Currently, there is no module in the medical education curriculum that discusses formally how an idea can be developed properly and can be implemented in a clinical, technical, social, and commercial manner. In addition, the limited time available is also a challenge.

This module is designed to be an answer to the lack of formal education and time constraints. By gaining additional knowledge and training on aspects of innovation and entrepreneurship, medical students are expected to have more value in the world of work. This module is active learning and interdisciplinary teaching, accompanied by inspiration from the actors.

Various aspects of innovation and sociotechnopreneurship will be discussed while still paying attention to the development of the personal and professional identity of prospective doctor graduates in the future.

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Number of Credits 3
Offering Department Faculty of Medicine
Course Teacher Aryo Tedjo, S.Si, M.Si
Language of Instruction English
First Day of Class Sep 6, 2021
Last Day of Class Oct 2, 2021
Course Component Interactive Lecture Practicum Group Discussion Plenary Project Manuscript
Mode of Teaching Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous
Meeting Time TBD
Time Zone UTC+7
Restrictions For medical students with basic medical knowledge in e.g: physiology, anatomy, and disease pathology.
Points to Note for Students Course recording are available for students.
Fees to be Bourne by Students Online materials fee: IDR 500,000 (~USD 35)
Course Description This elective module provides the basic phytochemistry of plants that have the potential to be medicinal. The subject of this elective module includes active compounds or constituents of plants that are able to be developed as medicine as well as the search for new bioactive compounds from plants. This module also includes discussions on phytochemical compounds in plants that have the potential to be medicinal, the basic principles of plants that have the potential as medicine, the physical properties and chemical properties of active compounds, and the activity of compounds from plants as antihistamines, antibacterials, anticancers, antifungals, antihypertensives, antiprotozoals, antivirals, antispasmodials, and immunostimulants. In addition, this module discusses the principle of preparation of compounds from plants and their testing in vitro and in vivo. From all the subjects studied, it is expected that students can have knowledge on the rational basis of medicinal plant use, furthermore can explore the benefits obtained from medicinal plants in the discovery of new drugs
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Number of Credits 3
Offering Department Faculty of Medicine
Course Teacher Rani Wardani Hakim, S.Si, Apt., M.Biomed
Language of Instruction English
First Day of Class Sep 6, 2021
Last Day of Class Oct 2, 2021
Course Component Interactive Lecture Practicum Group Discussion Plenary Project Manuscript
Mode of Teaching Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous
Meeting Time TBD
Time Zone UTC+7
Restrictions For medical students with basic medical knowledge in e.g: physiology, anatomy, and disease pathology.
Points to Note for Students Course recording are available for students.
Fees to be Bourne by Students Online materials fee: IDR 500,000 (~USD 35)
Course Description Learning about herbal medicine is considered important because of many things. Indonesia is one of the rich countries of natural resources and our ancestors have utilized Indonesian plants for health. One of the most famous around the world is Jamu. Herbal medicine has been used by Indonesian people for generations to prevent disease, cure diseases, and also to relieve diseases. The government has launched Jamu as an Indonesian brand and continues to strive for the development of Jamu. The Ministry of Health also expanded the scope of traditional medicine services to formal health services through the Jamu Saintification program. Therefore, knowledge about herbal medicine, especially Indonesian herbal medicine for medical and cosmetic indications, needs to be known to prospective doctors who will be in charge of primary health services.
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Number of Credits 3
Offering Department Faculty of Medicine
Course Teacher Ardi Findyartini, MD, PhD
Language of Instruction English
First Day of Class Oct 18, 2021
Last Day of Class Nov 12, 2021
Course Component Interactive Lecture Practicum Group Discussion Plenary
Mode of Teaching Asynchronous Synchronous Asynchronous Synchronous
Meeting Time TBD
Time Zone UTC+7
Restrictions For medical students with basic medical knowledge in e.g: physiology, anatomy, and disease pathology.
Points to Note for Students Course recording are available for students.
Fees to be Bourne by Students Online materials fee: IDR 500,000 (~USD 35)
Course Description this module will discuss in more depth the role of students in the peer assisted learning process and the various theories and current evidence that underlie it. In addition, in this module, students are invited to identify various aspects of doctor’s competence that must be achieved, explore the learning process from various perspectives, formulate interesting and innovative learning methods, hone the ability to develop assessment tools and practice the ability to provide and respond to feedback.
The elective module ‘Students As Teachers (SAT): Teaching made easy’ is organized by the Department of Medical Education FKUI. This module is one of a number of options in the Non-Clinical Elective Module which is carried out in semester 7 or semester 8 of the 2012 Medical Education Program Curriculum. All activities and learning experiences in this module are in accordance with the study load of 3 credits and are held within 4 weeks.
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Course enrollment is subject to final approval from your home university and the course offering university.