Currently the University of Muhammadiyah Malang is now educating more than 30.000 students within the Diploma program, undergraduate and master program.
The students have the opportunity to study various science fields right from social science, exact science to religious studies.

UMM students come from almost all of the provinces of Indonesia and from abroad such as Malaysia, Singapore, East Timor, Australia and some Middle East countries.
Some overseas students participate in regular programs and others take the ACICIS program, BIPA (Indonesian for foreign native) and Darmasiswa.

Student activities outside their academic field is available and organized in various ways, such as: Pesmaba, Student Day, P2KK, Leadership Trainings, Sports, Arts, Reasoning, Journalistic, and so on.

 

A.   Student Service Units

In order to develop student potential through various activities the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) is very aware of the need for maintaining qualified services for reasoning, interests and talents development in art, culture, and organization and student welfare.
The types of student services which are available to guide and develop the potential of all studen are presented in the table II-1.

 

 

Tabel II-1. Types of Student Services

No.

Field

Type/Unit of Service

Note

1

Reasoning

- Bestari Campus Newspaper

 

- Faculty magazines & bulletins

 

- Science field laboratories

 

- Research institutions

 

- Language Development institutions

 

- Manual & digital laboratories

 

- American Corner

 

- Internet Production Unit

 

- Study centers, etc.

 

- Trainings

 

-  Task giving for advisors

A lecturer from every department is pointed to be advisor

2

Interest & Talent

- UMM Dome

As a means of practice and indoor performance

- Football Stadium

 

- Basketball Court

 

- Volleyball Court

 

- Badminton Court

 

- Table Tennis

 

- Theater Room of UMM Dome

 

- Drama laboratory

 

- Rock climbing

 

- Student Center

 

- A set of music equipments and gamelan, etc.

 

-     - Student Activity Units

 

       - Task giving for advisor

 

3

Welfare and Environment

- Canteen and student co-operative

 

- Health Center

 

- Scholarships

 

      - Lodging house information and social environment security unit

 

- Social services

 

 

 

Guidance and development of tennis and swimming sport branches are not held at the campus because there is no infrastructure available.
Exercise is held off campus.

 

 

B.   Service Units Used by the Students

Efforts to develop students’ potential in the areas of reasoning, interests and talents, organizational skills and students welfare will not succeed without the financial support, adequate infrastructure facilities, continuous coaching and mentoring and well-planned activity agendas.

UMM has provided reasonable budgets for all student organisations which is increasing higher year after year of approximately 13.68%.
The increase of the budget
and comparison between the platform and its realization can be seen in Table II-2. 

 

             T          Table II-2. Student Affair Budget (Programmed and Routine in million)

 

No.

Institution/Activity

Year

Avarage

2004

2005

2006

1

BEMU, SEMU, UKM & IMM

187,322

225,712

244,372

219,135

2

BEMFA, SEFA, HMJ & LSO

199,500

234,400

317,405

250,435

 

Total

386,822

460,112

561,777

469,570

 

The Increase (%)

 

18,947

22,096

13,681

 

 

       Note:

 

  1. The budget (not including office stationary)
  2. The budget which is not including budget allocation for other student activities, such as new student orientation (Pesmaba), Student day, Personality and Leadership Development (P2KK), Reasoning Training, LKMM, Rector Cup, etc.
  3. BEMU : Badan Ekskutif Mahasiswa Universitas/University Student Executive Board
  4. SEMU : Senat Mahasiswa Universitas/University Student Senate
  5. UKM  : Unit Kegiatan Mahasiswa/Student Activity Unit
  6. IMM    : Ikatan Mahasiswa Muhammadiyah/Muhammadiyah Student Association (an autonomous organization)
  7. BEMFA : Badan Ekskutif Mahasiswa Fakultas/Faculty Student Executive Board
  8. SEMU : Senat Mahasiswa Fakultas/Faculty Student Senate
  9. HMJ     : Himpunan Mahasiswa Jurusan/Department Student Association
  10. LSO : Lembaga Semi Otonom/Semi-autonomous Institution

 


The student activity agenda at UMM, written in the form of Student Affairs Calendar, consists of student agenda activities of national, regional, local and university level.
UMM expects students to achieve in Malang Raya local level, C Area regional level and national level.


Student Ethical Code

UMM, as one of Muhamdiyah universities with 16.998 current students, has a duty of carrying out the best education to establish noble human beings who have amar ma’ruf nahi munkar soul.
In order to establish student's attitudes to be trusted and have a high responsibility UMM believes student ethical codes are important:

 

1.   Muhammadiyah University rules

2.   Statute of University of Muhammadiyah Malang 2007

3.   Academic Regulations (Rector Decree No. 12, 2007)

4.   Student Disciplinary Regulations (Rector Decree No. 01, 2007)

5.  Provision Principles of Student Organizations Coaching (Rector's Decree No. 154 of 2006)

6.   Rector’s letters

 
In order to make the ethical codes understandable and implementable in the student’s daily life inside and outside campus, the codes have been socialized through:

 

1.   Inviting parents/guardians of new students and signing the lecture contract in which the content is, among other things, the agreement to   complying all applicable laws at UMM.
2.   New student orientation (PESMABA)
3.   Student Day program held every Saturday.
4.   A compulsory Personality and Leadership Development Training (P2KK) for new students which is held in seven days.
5.   Normal courses in the classroom by lecturers.
6.   Publishing summary of Student Disciplinary Regulations on the second sheet of Student Calendar, Bestari Campus Newspaper and student affairs website.
7.   Inviting Kepala Desa (the head of a village) and the chief of RT/RW in UMM environment.
8.   Assign UMM faculty and staff as a task force of environmental supervisors, and others.

 
If a student breaks the ethical codes inside or outside campus they will receive an educational sanction based on the levels of violation and the provisions.

 
D. Student Participation and Achievements

 

1. Student Scientific Activities

 
In order to increase student participation and achievements in scientific activities the student affairs, through reasoning and Islamic field, organizes certain events:

 

  1. Arranging activities agenda of reasoning in at university, local, regional and national level as it is written on Student Affairs Calendar,
  2. Building success team of reasoning program at university, faculty and department level,
  3. Organizing Methodology training for students,
  4. Workshop for advisors,
  5. Training for students in writing proposal which invites reasoning expert of national level,
  6. Delegating students to participate in training held by other institutions,
  7. Always searching, spreading information related to scientific activities (local, national, regional and international level) for students through printed media in the campus or electronic media (website),
  8. Giving appreciation to students and advisors who participate in scientific activities,
  9. Giving motivation to the students through lecturers, especially lecturer who teach research methodology, lecturer guardian, reasoning advisors at faculty, department, student affairs institution, reasoning student activity unit and through faculty/department chief,

10.     Forming reasoning co-ordinator in department and faculty level (Table II-4.).

 
The development of student participation and achievement in student scientific activity Student Creativity Program (PKM) involving entrepreneurship (K), social service (M), research (P), technology (T) and scientific writing (I), paper competition (LKTM), etc. can be seen in Table II-5, II-6. and II-7.


In table II-5 it is shown that there is a very significant increase in the number of submissions sent to Dikti, the number of submissions funded by Dikti and the total number which succeeded participating in PIMNAS for PKM of 2005 compared with the previous year (2004), that were 529, 1000 and 400%.
In 2006, although there was increase in the number of submissions sent to Dikti 42,4% than in 2005, there was a decrease in the number of submissions funded by Dikti and the total number which succeeded participating PIMNAS.
It is related to the quota policy by Dikti.

 

 

T                        Tabel II-5. Student Participation Level in Student Creativity Program (PKM and PKMI)

 

 

No

 

Types of PKM

Year

2004

2005

2006

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

1

PKMK

4

2

1

5

0

0

17

1

1

2

PKMM

4

1

1

8

4

1

26

9

1

3

PKMP

11

2

0

57

26

4

117

19

1

4

PKMT

3

0

0

8

4

1

14

1

0

5

PKMI

5

1

1

92

32

9

68

17

4

 

Total

27

6

3

170

66

15

242

47

7

 

The Increase (%)

 

 

 

529,6

1000,0

400,0

42,4

-28,8

-53,3

 

Note:

 

A = Number of submissions sent to Dikti

B = Number of submissions funded by Dikti

C = The total number succeeded to PIMNAS

K = Kewirausahaan/Entrepreneurship

M = Pengabdian Masyarakat/Social Service

P = Penelitian/Research

T = Teknologi/Technology

I = Penulisan Ilmiah/Scientific Writing

 

 

 

                         Tabel II-6. Student participation level in Lomba Karya Tulis Mahasiswa (LKTM)

 

 

No

 

Fields

Year

2004

2005

2006

A

B

C

D

A

B

C

D

A

B

C

D

1

Natural Science

3

1

1

0

4

1

1

0

9

1

0

0

2

Social Science

5

1

1

0

25

1

1

0

38

1

1

0

3

Eduation

2

1

1

0

7

1

1

1

13

1

1

1

 

Total

10

3

3

0

36

3

3

1

60

3

2

1

 

The Increase (%)

 

 

 

 

260

0

0

100

66,7

0

-33,3

0

 

Note:

 

A.   The number of the teams which joined university level selection.

B.   The number of teams which joined Kopertis VII of East Java Area.

C.   The number of teams which joined selection in C Area level.

D.   The number of teams which succeed into PIMNAS.

 

In Table II-6 it shows the number of teams which participated in the selection of the university level increased by 260% in 2005 compared to the previous year (2004).
In 2006 the level increased by 66.7% compared to 2005.
The total number of teams which participated in the selection in Kopertis level of Area VII East Java, teams which participated in C Area level and the number of teams which succeeded participating PIMNAS were relatively constant from 2004 to 2006.
It was because the LKTM selection model was different from PKM.
In the LKTM selection there were only two teams from each field taken to representative duty for Kopertis level and then into tje Regional level

 

 

                
Table II-7. Student participation level in Lomba Karya Tulis Ilmiah Mahasiswa (LKTIM) and other reasoning fields

 

 

 

No

 

Field

Year

Note

2004

2005

2006

A

B

A

B

A

B

 

1

Art

1

-

1

-

4

-

 

2

Environment

3

-

1

-

10

-

 

3

LKTIM Pemprov. Jatim

-

-

-

-

7

3

Semi finalist

4

LKTM Kecinaan ke-5 Nasional

-

-

-

-

1

1

2nd Winner

5

LKTIM Good Institution Great Invesment

-

-

-

-

5

-

 

6

Indofood Riset Nugraha

-

-

-

-

10

-

 

7

LKTM Perkoperasian Nasional

-

-

2

1

-

-

2nd Winner

8

Indonesian Robot Contest (KRI/KRCI)

1

1

2

2

2

1

 

9

Indonesian Bridge Contest (KJI)

 

 

   

1

1

Finalist

 

Total

4

-

4

1

37

4

 

 

The Increase (%)

 

 

0

100

825

300

 

 

Note:

 

A. The number of the sent teams

B.   The number of teams which made it to the semifinalist/Finalist/Winner

              

Table II-8. Student Participation Level in other Reasoning Fields

 

Year

The Number of Active Participated Students

Student Number

Participation Level (%)

2006

339 x 5 = 1695

15789

10,74

2005

210 x 5 = 1050

15814

6,64

2004

   41x 5 = 205

17235

1,18

 

Note:

 

1.   The number of active participated students = the number of team x the number of student per team (Approximately 5 students).

2.   Participation level = [(The number of student who are active in participation)/ (The number of students)] x 100%

 
Table II-8 shows that there is an increase of student participation in reasoning in the last three years although generally the participation level is still too low.
The area still needs to encourage student participation through various efforts so that the participation level is close to the ideal goal to support “Research University”.

 

 

2. Achievement in National and International Scientific Activity

 
The end product of the work program for reasoning and Islamic field is that students are able to join competitions in various activities held by different institutions right from education to non-education; in local, regional, national and international level and achieve good results. 

 
Achievements and competitions for reasoning activities joined by UMM students can be seen in Table 2.3.
Generally there is an increase in achievements in the reasoning field which is quite significant.
From 2004, there were only participants (no achievement) and in 2005 six achievements were won ranging from finalists to winners.
From 2005 to 2006 there was a significant increase of 166.7% and 16 achievement items were won from finalists to winners.
After these quick achievements UMM still continued to make improvements and expect their students to achieve higher results. 

 

3. Achievements in Interest and Talent

 
Student’s achievements from various activities in local, regional and national levels are listed in Table 2.4.
For international levels UMM institutionally have not delegated its students because of limited fund resources.

 
Table 2.4. shows an increase in achievements in the interest and talent field from 2004 where only 3 items were achieved compared to 2005 when 10 items became a finalist or a winner, or 233.3%.
From 2005 to 2006 achievements increased to 36 items becoming finalists and winners increasing 266%. 

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