Welcome to Sam Ratulangi University, one of the largest universities in the Eastern part of Indonesia. We offer a wide range of study programs under eleven faculties. These faculties are: Medicine, Engineering, Agriculture, Animal Sciences, Fishery and Marine Science, Economics and Business, Law, Social and Political Sciences, Cultural Studies, Math and Natural Sciences, and Public Health. We also offer fourteen study programs at the Master’s level, Five Doctoral Programs, two professions, and twelve of Specializations in the field of medicine. In addition, UNSRAT has several Technical Implementation Units (UPT), namely Laboratory Center, Printing and Publishing Center, Language Development and Training Center, International Affairs Office, Library, Guidance & Counseling Center, and Information, Technology and Communication (ITC) Center. There are also three institutions within the university, namely, the Institute for Guidance and Learning Development (LP3), the Institute for Quality Assurance (LPM), and the Institute for Research and Community Service (LPPM).
Our university currently enrolls approximately 28,000 students who come from all parts of Indonesia and overseas, and these are taught by around 1,600 lecturers.
Our vision is to energetically grow and expand “Towards an Excellent and Cultured University”, with a focus on the learning process, research, and dedication to community development and related services.
I understand that it is not an easy task for us to maintain, but I strongly believe that by working hard, and by working together, we can bring the university closer to this vision. I also realize that it is important that we work together with other national and international institutions to more efficiently realize this vision; thus, we place a very high value on building up networking and active cooperation with the world’s academic communities.
For further information, do not hesitate to contact the University of Sam Ratulangi’s International
Affairs Office at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dr. Ellen Kumaat