Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Student organizations provide a means for students to actualize their intellectual capabilities, talents and hobbies through activities that have positive impacts on campus life and the general public. Student organizations help students hone their leadership, team-building, communication and networking skills that will prepare them for the working world.

Based on their functions, student organizations at FEB UI are classified into the following:

  1. The Student Representative Body (Badan Perwakilan Mahasiswa, BPM), an intra-campus organization that performs a legislative function. It has three main tasks, namely to channel student aspirations, to provide advocacy and to exert control. The BPM’s organizational tasks are: (1) to maintain and increase students’ self-discipline when studying; (2) maintain and increase self-discipline to ensure ethical behavior as a manifestation of belief in God the Almighty; (3) to organize and support the implementation of the three principles of higher education (Tridharma) and to play an active role in the implementation of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
  1. The Student Executive Body (Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa, BEM), an intra-campus organization under the BPM that performs an executive function. The BEM’s tasks are (1) to prepare and coordinate work programs based on student aspirations; (2) to execute work programs; (3) to be held responsible for the execution of work programs.
  1. Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Bodies are intra-campus organizations that facilitate scientific and religious activities, students’ specialization and hobbies The two are differentiated based on the degree of autonomy in fund- Autonomous bodies have full authority to implement work programs and organize fund-raising activities independently. Semi-autonomous bodies have limited authority to raise funds and therefore receive a limited subsidy from FEB UI.

Autonomous bodies responsible for scientific research/studies are:

  1. Indonesia’s Economic and Development Studies (KANOPI), a student organization dedicated to economic studies;
  2. Society of Management Students (MSS), a student organization that focuses on management studies;
  3. Studies on Professionalism among Accountants (SPA), a student organization specializing in accounting studies.

Autonomous religious bodies consist of:

  1.   Forum of Islamic Studies (FSI)
  2.   Fellowship of Campus Ecumene (POSA)
  3.   Campus Catholic Group (KUKSA)
  4.   Hindu Student Group (KMHD)
  5.   Buddhist Student Group (KMB)

Semi-autonomous Bodies and Faculty Activity Units

  1.   Photography Club (LIFO)
  2.   Non-formal School (SNF)
  3.   Band
  4.   Football Association of Economics (FAE)
  5.   Basketball Club
  6.   Volleyball Club
  7.   Taekwondo Club