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WELCOME TO BANDUNG
WELCOME TO BANDUNG
The Capital City of Asia Africa
Bandung is the capital city of West Java Province
with the third-largest population in Indonesia. This
city has a beautiful scenery and very nice weather
that
could
offer
some wondrous tourism
experience throughout the city. Surrounded with
montains with its natural beauties and hot springs
have made people known Bandung as “The Flower
City”.
As the central of fashion and mode in West Java,
Bandung also offers you a shopping paradise which
has made people call it “Paris Van Java”. You can
find many kinds of accessories, clothing items and
others with excellent quality but affordable price.
Bandung also known for its art, some of the best arts
were made in this very fine city. In addition to that.
Bandung has a very supportive public facility and
infrastructure.
Our campus, Telkom University is located near side
Bandung city exactly 1 kilometer from Tol Buah Batu
which connected to Tol Cipularang. So, what are you
waiting for? visit this very good city and fel every
amazing experience that you can get only in this city.
Quick Facts About Bandung
• 2.395 million population (2010)
• 3rd largest city in Indonesia
• Served popular destination like
mountain, tea plantation, food
culinary, cheap fashion shops and
other attractions.
• Ethnic language: Sundanese
• Av. Temperature: 22 C - 30 C
• raining a lot!
• Time : GMT +7
TELKOM UNIVERSITY
Telkom University, also referred to by its acronym of
Tel-U, is a private university located in Bandung,
West Java, Indonesia. It is a union between four
educational institutions, which were under Telkom
Indonesia through its education focused wing,
Telkom
Education
Foundation
(now
Telkom
Foundation), were merged to form the university.
These four forming institutions were Telkom Institute
of Technology (IT Telkom - Institut Teknologi
Telkom), Telkom Institute of Management (IM
Telkom - Institut Manajemen Telkom), Telkom
Polytechnic (Politeknik Telkom), and the Telkom
College of Art and Design Indonesia (STISI Telkom
- Sekolah Tinggi Seni Rupa dan Desain Indonesia
Telkom).
The
university,
like
its
preceding
institutions, maintains links with hundreds of
companies,
many
of
which
involved
in
the
telecommunications sector.
The main campus site of Telkom University extends
on the 48ha-area of Bandung Technoplex (BT-Plex),
on Jalan Telekomunikasi – Terusan Buahbatu,
Kabupaten Bandung. Other campus is located in
Gegerkalong Hilir area, north of the city of Bandung,
at the office area of PT. Telkom’s Research and
Development
Center
and
Telkom
Corporate
University/Telkom Training Center.
Main Campus :
Jalan Telekomunikasi, Ters Buah Batu Bandung
40257
Campus II :
Kompleks Telkom Learning Center (TLC)
Jalan Gegerkalong Hilir No. 47 Bandung 40152
Rector
Prof. Mochamad Ashari rector Telkom Universiy
Vice Rector
Dr. Heroe wijanto
Vice Rector 1 For academic and affair and information
system
Djusnimar Zutilisna
Vice Rector II For Finance and Human Resources
AMA. Suyanto, Ir., MBA, DBA
Vice Rector III For admission and Partnership
Dr. M. tahya Arwiyah, SH., MH
Vice Rector IV for students affair
The Dean and Vice Dean | Faculty of Electrical
Engineering
Dr. Ir. Rina Pudji Astusi M.T.
The Dean
Dr. Ir. Erna Sri Sugesti, M.Sc
Vice Dean I
Dr. Ir. Basuki Rahmat, M.T.
Vice Dean II
The Dean and Vice Dean | Faculty of Industrial
Engineering
Dr. Ir. Dida Dyah Damayanti M.EngSC
The Dean
Dr. Ir. Luciana Andrawina, M.T.
Vice Dean I
Rd. Rohmat Saedudin, S.T., M.T.
Vice Dean II
The Dean and Vice Dean | Faculty of Computing
Dr. Maman Abdurohman S.T., M.T.
The Dean
Dr. Adiwijaya, S.Si.,M.Si.
Vice Dean I
Rimba Whidiana Ciptasari, S.Si., M.T.,Ph.D.
Vice Dean II
The Dean and Vice Dean | Faculty of Economic and Business
Ir. Dodie Tricahyono M.M., Ph.D
The Dean
Herry Irawan, S.T., M.M
Vice Dean 1
Lia Yuldinawati, S.T., M.M.
Vice Dean II
The Dean and Vice Dean | Faculty of Communication and Business
Dr. Jafar Sembiring
The Dean
Dra. Ade Irma Susanty, M.M., Ph.D.
Vice Dean I
Ir. Syarifuddin, M.M
Vice Dean II
The Dean and Vice Dean | Faculty of Creative Industries
Agus Achmad Suhendra, Ir. MT
The Dean
Refi Rifaldi Windya Giri, ST.,MBA
Vice Dean
Djoko Murdowo, MBA
Vice Dean II
The Dean and Vice Dean | Faculty of Applied Science
Dr Teguh Widodo, SE, ST, MM
The Dean
Tri Brotoharsono, ST., MT
Vice Dean I
Sri Suryani Prasetyowati, S.Si.,M.Si.
Vice Dean II
International Office Contact Persons
Rinna Fridiana ( +62 811 213 534 )
Director of International Office and Admission
Yudha Febrianta ( +62 813 2120 2131 )
International Office Assistant Manager for International Admission
Mia Midiani (+62 811 237 002 )
International Office Assistant Manager for International Cooperation
Eny Widaryanti ( +62 856 4704 4018 )
Staf of International Student Affair
Yayuk S Novianti ( +62 813 9492 7050 )
Staf for International Cooperation
Senna Tedjapurnama ( +62 822 1700 6360 )
International Office Staf
Riyan Widianto ( +62 852 2133 3131 )
International Office Staf
WHY TELKOM UNIVERSITY?
Six (6) reasons why choosing Telkom University:
1. World Ranking & National Ranking
· School of Engineering School reach rank 154 of
university rank across South East Asia
(Webometrics version), rank 25 of Indonesia Smart
Campus.
· School of Economic & Business reach rank 2
national business school, rank 28 in
Asia Pacific and rank 154 worldwide (Webometrics
version)
· School of Applied Science School reaches rank 7
Indonesian Polytechnic
(Webometrics Version 2014).
· Telkom University is the Top 10 Private University
in Indonesia Webometric Rating Version (2014).
· Telkom University is a Top 100 of 400 Indonesian
Version Webometric Rating (2014).
2. The first University in Indonesia which focusing on
ICT (Information and
Communication Technology) sector.
3. Having best environment for studying and develop
the knowledge.
4. Strong industry connection - Link and match with
Telecommunication Industry. PT. Telkom Indonesia
is supporting this program by giving the experience
for the students to conducting Internship 2 times as
mandatory program and 1 time as optional program.
5. Practical course - There are many ways that TelU builds real experience into our courses. As a TelU student you may undertake industry experience or
real projects as parts of your course.
6. Experience different cultures - Nearly 6.000
students in a year from all over Indonesian region
choose to study at Tel-U. Many Tel-U lecturer and
tutors have worked or study overseas also have
international qualifications. Tel-U also promotes and
celebrates cultural diversity on campus. You might
take part in events such as Students Art Unit from
Makassar, Java, Sunda, Aceh and also any other
multicultural activities.
CAMPUS MAP
TRANSPORTATION AND
ACCOMMODATION
INFORMATION
https://io.telkomuniversity.ac.id/new-studentsarrival/
Bandung is one of the major cities in Indonesia . To
go to Bandung is not too difficult . Land and air
transportation can be used to get to the location of
Telkom University in Bandung.
STUDENTS ARRIVAL
JAKARTA
Soekarno–Hatta International Airport, abbreviated
SHIA or Soetta, is the main airport serving the
greater Jakarta area on the island of Java,
Indonesia.
To
reach
Bandung
you
can
choose
some
transportation from Soekarno Hata Airport.
1. Primajasa Bus
Soekarno Hatta Airport – Bandung
2. Cipaganti Travel
Soekarno Hatta Airport – Pasteur Point
Bandung
3. X-Trans Travel
Soekarno Hatta Airport – Cihampelas Walk
Bandung
* Inform us about the transportation that you
will choose and regarding your arrival, buddy
from Telkom University will pick you up when
you arrive in Bandung.
BANDUNG
In Bandung Husein Sastranegara there Airport . This
service does not serve the entire cost. to the rest of
Indonesia , only a few countries and certain cities .
*Buddy from Telkom University will pick you up From
Husein Sastranegara to Telkom University.
Airlines operating at the Husein Sastranegara
Airport :
1. Lion Air
2. Air Asia
3. Wings Air
4. Susi Air
5. Aviastar
6. Malaysia Airlines
ACADEMIC LIFE
PROGRAM STUDY
1. Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE)
Undergraduate
Telecommunication Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Physics Engineering
Master Degree
Electronic Communication
2. Faculty of Industrial Engineering (FIE)
Undergraduate
Industrial Engineering
Information System
3. School of Computing (SC)
Undergraduate
Informatics Engineering
Computational Science
Master Degree
Informatics Engineering
4. Faculty of Economic and Business (FEB)
Undergraduate
Management Business Telecommunication &
Informatics
Telecommunication Business Management
International ICT Business
Accounting
Master Degree
Management Business Telecommunication &
Informatics
Telecommunication Business Management
International ICT Business
Accounting
Master of Business Management, concentration
:
Management of Technology & Business
Information
Management of Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Management of Business Communication
Management of Finance
Management of Human Resource
Management of Marketing
5. Facultyof Communication and Business
(FCB)
Undergraduate
Business Administration
Communication Science
6. Faculty of Creative Industries (FCI)
Undergraduate
Visual Communication Design
Graphic Design
Advertising
Multimedia
Interior Design
Product Design
Textile Craft & Fashion Design
Visual Art
Painting
Sculpture
7. Faculty of Applied Science
3 Years Diploma Degree
Informatics Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering
Information System
Accounting Computerization
Computer Engineering
Marketing
Hospitality
Student Registration
Before you activate Igracias, you have to regist
yourself
to
International
Office
website.
http://io.terkomuniversity.ac.id
After you submit the documents required and follow
the registration process
Click http://io.telkomuniversity.ac.id/registration/
Click the icon below to register your Porismaba
account
Fill the form below to register your Porismaba
account
After you fill and submit the documents required, we
will send you a confirmation email.
Igracias
Academic System of Telkom University can be
accessed
through
http://igracias.telkomuniversity.ac.id . To access
Igracias student will be given a username and
password . In the first gracias students can view
class schedules , perform re-registration , online
guardianship , check point courses , and other
academic features.
You have to activate Student Single Sign On (SSO)
to get a new NIM, Then you can log in Igracias.
https://igracias.telkomuniversity.ac.id/student_activ
ate/index.php
Telkom University Igracias
(http://) igracias.telkomuniversity.ac.id)
Telkom University Webmail
(http://)webmail.students.telkomuniversity.ac.id)
Telkom University Official Blog
(http://student.telkomuniveristy.ac.id.
Telkom University International Office Website
(http://io.terkomuniversity.ac.id
Grading System
In general assessment of students is determined by
component : Middle Test , Final Exam , Quizzes ,
Tasks , and attitudes during lessons .
Letter
Grade
Category
Grade
Point
A
4
Excellent
AB
3.5
Very Good
B
3
Good
BC
2.5
Fair
C
2
Satisfactory
D
1
Passing
E
0
Poor
T
-
Postpone
Transcript and Credit Transfer
If an International student enters Telkom University
as a regular degree seeking student, the student can
apply for credit transfer. If the credits are accepted,
the credits you acquired as an International student
can be recognized as credits for your graduation. We
will decide regarding the credit transfer.
For further information
E-mail : [email protected]
Contact : T : +622273550835 / M : +6281321123400
Location : International Office Telkom University,
Gound Floor Learning Centre Bulding (LC)
Telkom University
ABOUT CAMPUS
SERVICES
Estimated Living Cost, Students Facilities and
Accomodation
Description
Annual
Estimated ($)
Food
1500-2000
Dormitory/boarding
500-1000
house
Transport
500-700
Total
Year
Laundry
100-200
(USD
32005100)
Clothing
150-200
Books and Material
200-500
Phone
250-500
Per
ACCOMMODATION
Once you have made the decision to study with us it
is very important that you book your accommodation
as soon as possible.
Telkom University Dormitory
All Telkom Univertsity Student accommodation is
assessed by the University and it is suitable for
International studying at Telkom University
1. Dormitory is located on campus and require a
contract for the students
2. There is 24 hour security surveillance
3. Free Internet in Bedrooms
Telkom University has all the services you need to
make out transition from your home country an easy
one and to help you become a confident, successful,
and happy student.
Telkom University International Office
- Located inside campus at Telkom University
Learning Centre. This is the first point of contact for
International studentsneeding help and information
- A team of friendly people will assist you with
applications and enrolment
- Counselling is available for program choices.
International Office Students Buddy Club
This team of friendly people welcome you on
campus and give you guidance about campus and
ready to help the International students.
- International Students Gathering
- Events on Campus and making friends
-Advice and support
-Keeping safe and well
- International Accomodation information
Some other students services we offer are :
-Career Centre
Telkom University Career Development
Center ( CDC Tel U ) is an agency under
the directorate 4 Research and Student
Affairs which is central to development
and career services . CDC Tel U serves
as :
a. Center development potential and the
quality of students and graduates to suit
the challenge of a career in the field.
b . Mediator between companies /
institutions / industries and students or
graduates in terms of providing human
resources professionals.
Located at Telkom Creative Industries
Building 1st floor
Website:http:/cdc.telkomuniversity.ac.id
Phone. 022 – 70749916
-Health clinic
At the campus clinic you can receive
simple treatments and medication for
free.
1. Lingian (L) building
Open 24 hours.
2. Faculty of Applied Science School
Building (Selaru Building)
Open Hours : 09.00 – 16.00
3. Faculty of Communication and
Business Building (Kawalusu
Building)
Open Hours : 09.00 – 16.00
4. Faculty of Engineering Pelampong
Building / GSG Building
Open Hours : 09.00 – 16.00
Insurance
*Note that Telkom University doesn’t
provide the insurance for students. So, it
is mandatory for all incoming students to
make insurance for their time overseas
from their home country. However, the
clinic campus facility is free for all
students
-Financial Services
Deli Building 4th Floor
Open Hours : 09.00 – 16.00
-Academic Administration Services
Learning
Centre
Building
Building) 1st floor
Open Hours : 09.00 – 16.00
(Bangkit
-Libraries
1. Main Library
Learning Centre (Bangkit Building)
Opening Hours : 08.00 – 16.00
2. Poltek Canteen
Faculty
of
Communication
and
Business Building
Opening Hours : 08.00 – 16.00
-Students Activity
Telkom University also provides
opportunities for students to be active
in developing their potential by building
several Student Activity Unit
1. Formal Organization
This organization aims to establish the
character so that students can develop
skills in organizational management
2. Organizational Culture
Cultural organizations are sebuat
platform for students who want to
develop themselves in knowing the
cultures of Indonesia and Overseas .
3. Students Association
Students association is a set of
students who have a particular interest
in academics and form groups .
4. Sport Club
A set of students who have an interest
and talent in sports.
5. Community
A set of students who have a particular
interest and form a community
- Language Center
Language Center of IT Telkom (LAC)
Is one of the services under the
Cooperation and Marketing division of
Telkom University who provide language
services to students at the University of
Telkom as well as to community outside
the University of Telkom. LAC is
responsible for developing and managing
the entire program language to improve
communication skills Telkom University
academics
towards
World
Class
Institution in 2017.
Services Currently the programs offered
are:
 Language Test (Language Test)
 English Proficiency Test (EPrT),
English Communicative Competence
Test (ECCT), Foreign Language Test
(FLT) and Institutional Testing
Program (ITP TOEFL).
 Foreign Language Courses
 English, Japanese, French, Arabic,
Korean, and Indonesian for NonNative Speakers Program (BIPA
Program)
 English Self-Access Program (ESAP)
 Is a program to assist members in
improving the English language
communication skills. ESAP is one of
the programs under PHK-I is funded
by the Higher Education 2009-2011
DIKNAS
 Other services
 Translation (Indonesian, English and
Japanese), Proofreading for
international journals, trainig
language (intensive), seminars and
workshops language language.
-Sport Centre
In addition to support facilities for
academic activities , Telkom University
also has several facilities for sports and
student activities.
Facilities for sporting activities and art
quite complete . For sports facilities are :
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Football field,
Tennis courts,
Indoor basketball court,
Rock climbing tower,
Badminton court,
Jogging paths,
Indoor Swimming Pool,
Outdoor and indoor futsal court,
House student center, and
Skateboard Arena
-Cafes and Restaurant
1. Poltek Canteen
Telkom Applied Science School
Building (Selaru Building)
Opening Hours : Breakfast – Lunch
2. Telkom Engineering Canteen
Business Center Building (Alor
Building)
Opening Hours : Breakfast – Lunch –
Dinner
3. Bamboo Canteen
Telkom University Dormitory Area
Opening Hours : Breakfast – Lunch
- Minimarket
1. T- Mart and Citramart
Primary minimarket in Telkom University
located in Telkom University near
students dormitory and in the ground floor
D building and at Faculty of Economic
Business Building.
2. Telkom Cooperation
Small medium business that run by
students to help the students to complete
what the student’s needed such as
uniform, book, photocopy, stationary etc.
Telkom Cooperation is located in Telkom
Engineering Canteen or Business center
building, Faculty of Communication and
Business Building, and at Faculty of
Economic and Business Building.
OFF CAMPUS
Weather in Bandung
Bandung city is a cool city than other cities in
Indonesia , but lately the weather conditions duo
fickle . In the daytime it will be hot , and at night will
be cooler . several places in the city of Bandung still
has a fresh and cool weather especially in Lembang
and Dago .
The average annual rainfall ranges from 1000 mm in
the central region and the southeast region reaches
3500 millimeters up to the northern area of the city .
Rainy season adjusting to other parts of Indonesia ,
around
November
to
April
.
The
average
temperature is 24 degree Celsius is .
Public Transportation
In Bandung you can use some public transport
such as buses , train, travel, or Angkot.
1. Taxi
 Gamah Ripah Taxi
: (022) 4217070)
 Blue Bird
: (022) 7561234
 Cipaganti Taxi
: (022) 7319498
2. Bus
 Leuwipanjang Bus Stop (Jalan Soekarno
Hatta 205 Bandung)
This Terminal serve the route to Jakarta,
Bogor , Depok , Tangerang ( Jabodetbek
) , Merak , Indramayu , Sukabumi , and
Cianjur . It also serves the route around
Bandung include Cililin , Batujajar , and
Ciwidey , and Bus DAMRI serving the
route to the terminal Cicaheum , Plumbing
, and Dago . Terminal Cicaheum (Road
General Abdul Haris Nasution Bandung )
 Ledeng
Bus
Bandung)
Stop
(Jalan
Setiabudi
Public transportation stops from the
terminal station , Dago , Simple and
Lembang . It also serves Bus Terminal
DAMRI and Minibus towards Subang.
 Cicaheum Terminal
Terminal Cicaheum an intercity bus
terminal Inter-Province ( AKAP ) with the
majority of destinations to the east , such
as Sumedang , Cirebon , Central Java
and East Java .
3. Train
 Station Hall (Jalan Suniaraja Bandung)
 Kiara Condong Station (Jalan Jembatan
Opat Bandung)
4. Travel
 Cipaganti Travel
BANDUNG
1. Pasteur Point
(022
Pool
8600
2. Dipatiukur
(Dago point)
8800)
3. Gatot Subroto
(Gatsu)
4. Cipaganti 75
5. Gede Bage
pool
6. Soekarno Hatta
pool
7. Miko Mall pool
8. Terusan buah
batu pool
 Baraya travel
BANDUNG
Siliwangi
Siliwangi Golf
Course
Jl. Lombok no 10
Dago
RM Simpang Raya
Jl. Ir. H. Juanda no
55
Buah Batu
Jl. Sukarno Hatta
no 482 kav. 3
Pasteur
RM Simpang Raya
Jl Dr. Djunjunan
(Pasteur) no 121
(022) 7063
88(01-07)
 Daytrans
BANDUNG
Jl. Dipati Ukur,
Simpang Dago
Cihampelas,
(Depan SMU
Pasundan 2)
Jl. Raya
Cihampelas No.
210
Pasteur (Cinta
Rasa)
Jl. DR. Djunjunan
No. 55
022708567672507676
0222033450;
70256767;
31140000;
70616767
022-6123890
 Xtrans
BANDUNG
Gatsu – BSM/Trans
Studio
Jl.Cihampelas ( RM.
Pringgodani )
Jl.Cihampelas – Bale
Xtrans
Jl.Cihampelas –
Bumi xtrans ( depan
CiWalk )
(022)
7311-439
(022)
8206
2555
(022)
8206
2555
(022)
82062555
Jl.Cihampelas –
Oncom Raos
PT.INTI
Metro Trade Center
(MTC) Jln Soekarno
Hatta
(022) 4223655
(022) 520
3403
(022)
70810555
 Cititrans
BANDUNG
JL. Dipati Ukur No.
53 (Samping
SPBU)
JL. Dr. Djunjunan
No. 119 Pasteur
(Samping Yogya
Griya Pasteur)
Cihampelas Walk
(Sebelah KFC)
022 –
2533700
5. Angkot (angkutan umum)
Angkot is short for angkutan kota (means city
transportation). Bandung uses different colors
for cars servicing different routes. It usually
consists of 3 stripes : the base, the body
(main color), and a small stripe to separate
them. Almost all of them use the color reen for
at least one stripe, representing the city’s
slogan Clean, Green, dan Flowery.
You can download Kiri.travel to know the Angkot’s
route
Book stores
1. Gramedia
Jalan Merdeka No.43 and Transstudio Mall
Bandung
2. Togamas
Address: Jl. Buah Batu, No. 178, Bandung,
Jawa Barat, Indonesia
3. Gunung Agung
Cihampelas Walk (Jalan Cihampelas) and
Bandung Indah Plaza (Jalan Merdeka)
4. Eureka Bookhouse
JL. Soekarno Hatta, No. 554, Bandung
Electronic Centre
1. Bandung Electronic Center (BEC)
Jl. Purnawarman No. 13-15, Bandung,
Jawa Barat 40117, Indonesia
Electronic center is the center of the
largest electronics in Bandung . besides
computer and akesoris , BEC selling
mobile products and other gadgets .
2. Butik Dukomsel
Jl. Ir. H.Djuanda No.52, Coblong, Kota
Bandung, Jawa Barat 40132,Indonesia
One Fitness Gadgets & Accessories
Complete and the largest in Indonesia .
Selling Android , iPhone , Smartphone
cheap and good quality.
Food Around Telkom University
1. Ayam Penyet Cinta Laras
Jalan sukabirus No. 55 next to Waroeng
Laundry
858 7 0338
2. Kafe Bumbu Zeze
Kawasan Pendidikan Telkom Jl.
Telekomunikasi no. 52 Dayeuh Kolot
081572292917
3. Lesehan Surya
Address: Jalan Sukabirus, Bandung,
Jawa Barat 40257, Indonesia
Phone:+62 896-5340-2382
4. Soang Dekil
Address: Jalan Raya Bojongsoang
No.412, Bandung, Jawa Barat 40287,
Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 7507158
Stores for Daily Stuff
3. Indomaret is a primarily franchised chain
of convenience stores from Indonesia,
with over 8,000 stores across Southeast
Asia. It is the largest chain of this kind of
store in Indonesia. One of the store is
Located in Sukabirus near Telkom
University.
4. Alfamart Alfamart is currently one of the
Indonesia leading retailers, serving more
than 2.5 million customers daily, with
approximately 7,000 stores across
Indonesia. One of the store is Located in
Sukabirus near Telkom University.
5. Toserba GRIYA Buah Batu (Supermarket)
Toserba GRIYA Buah Batu.
Address : Jalan Buah Batu No 183 - 185.
Bandung Tlp. +62 22 7319312.
6. Carrefour
Address: Jl. Soekarno Hatta No. 526,,
Buah Batu, Jawa Barat 40275, Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 7530600
7. Borma Buah Batu
Address: Jl. Buah Batu No.235A, 40264,
Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 7303322
Campus Clinic and Hospital
1. Borromeus Hospital
Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 100 bandung
(022) 2504041
2. Santosa Bandung International Hospital
Jl. Kebon Jati No, 38 Bandung
(022) 4248222
3. Advent Hospital
Jl. Cihampelas No, 161 Bandung
(022) 2034386
3. Muhammadiyah Hospital
Insurance
*Note that Telkom University doesn’t
provide the insurance for students. So, it
is mandatory for all incoming students to
make insurance for their time overseas
from their home country. However, the
clinic campus facility is free for all students
OFF – Campus
1. Transstudio
The Biggest indoor theme park in
Indonesia
Address: Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 289, Jawa
Barat 40273, Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 91099999
2.
Transstudio Mall
Address: Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 289, Jawa
Barat 40273, Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 91099999
3.
Cihampelas Walk (Ciwalk)
Cihampelas Walk ( Ciwalk ) is one of the
luxury shopping center in Bandung.
Address: Jl. Cihampelas 160, Jawa
Barat 40131, Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 2061122
4.
Paris Van Java
PVJ is the most luxury shopping center
in Bandung.
Address: Jl. Sukajadi No. 137-139,
Bandung, Jawa Barat 40162, Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 2060800
5.
Bandung Indah Plaza
Address: Jl. Merdeka No. 56, Bandung, Jawa
Barat 40117, Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 4230850
6.
Pasar Baru Trade Centre
Traditional Bandung Market
Address: Jl. Otto Iskandar Dinata No. 70,
Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
Phone:+62 22 4245555
ADAPTATION AND ADJUSTMENT
Indonesia is..
#1: Largest Archipelago and Its Islands
Indonesia is the largest Archipelago in the world. There
are 17000 islands out of which 6000 are inhibited by
people. New guinea, Borneo (also known as Kalimantan)
and Sumatera Island are the list of the top ten largest
island in the world. With a population of almost 150 billion,
Java is the most populous Island in the world.
#2: Former Wonder
The BorObudur temple is located in indonesia. it is the
world’s largest
buddhist temple and was earlier one of the seven
wonders of the world
#3: Invasion
Marco polo was the first european to reach indonesia. He
had travelled in
search of spies which were valuable commodities in his
country.
# 4: The Equator
The equator passes through sumatera, making it very
popular tourist destination. The climate is hence
equatorial with temperature ranging 20-34 C. The line
cuts across sumatera island, sulawesi, and kalimantan
along with few other small islands in the middle of the
country
# 5: Ring of Fire
The volcanoes in Indonesia are among the most active of
the Pacific Ring of Fire. They are formed due to
subduction zones of three main active tectonic plates
namely theEurasian Plate, Pacific Plate, and the IndoAustralian Plate.
# 5: The People
There are around 300 ethnic groups, 583 languages and
dialects are spoken
across the country. the formal language is bahasa
Indonesia.
What Can You Expect?
Outfits
In general, people in Indonesia wear clothes that
are similar to western style. Men wears suite when
they go to work.
In daily life, mostly men wears t-shirt and jeans
And for Woman, it's almost the same but we
suggest you to bring covered clothes to prevent
you from any harms.
• Majority of Religion is Moslem
• A city with medium to high rain intensity
• Living cost is basically cheap: 1 street food cost
around 1-5usd, public transportation cost around
5 cents
• Prayer time is 5 times a day. There will be prayer
calling in the early morning from the mosque
• You will eat rice everyday Indonesian love rice
and spicy foods
• So many fried foods. We almost fry everything
• Shower place is usually without hot water
• Mostly Indonesian can’t speak English well, you
should learn basic bahasa
• If you pass something to another person: use your
right hand
• We don’t use toilet paper in toilet, we use water
Things to Remember!
• Don’t drink alcohol in public places
• Don’t use revealing clothes
• Don’t go anywhere without permission
• No Showing affection in public places
1. Homesickness
is the distress or impairment caused by an actual
or anticipated separation from home. Its cognitive
hallmark is preoccupying thoughts of home and
attachment objects.
How to deal with homesickness?
Whether you’re studying abroad or within your
own country but still away from home, there’s
nothing
fun
about
feeling
homesick
at
university! But with a little effort, you should
soon be back to enjoying your student
experience.
Often the pressures of starting a new life in
unfamiliar surroundings can feel too much.
Being away from friends and family can be
tough. But if you’re starting to spend a bit too
much time pining for home, follow these five
tips to get your homesickness under control.
1. Get out of your room
Let’s face it, there’s no point sitting in your
room all day feeling sorry for yourself. In fact,
this will only exaggerate your homesickness
and loneliness, bringing you down further.
University is packed with opportunities to try
new things and meet new people – take up a
sport, join student clubs and societies, find a
part-time job, check out the campus social
calendar. With all these new activities you
won’t even have the time to think about
missing home. Makes sense, right?
2. Keep a positive attitude
This is easier said than done, I know. But if you
make the effort, it really is possible to maintain
a positive attitude. Your homesickness at
university isn’t going to get any better if you
keep dwelling on the negatives – so keep
reminding yourself of all the good things about
being here. You could even write a list of
positive things that happen each week: new
things you’ve learned, new opportunities
you’ve gained, new friends you’ve made. And
even when you feel worst, make yourself smile
– it really does help. Turn that frown upside
down!
3. Stay healthy
Put down those comfort foods! It’s important to
remember to stay healthy while you’re away
from home. Not only will this make you feel a
lot better in yourself, it will also help boost your
energy levels and improve your concentration.
Besides helping to beat homesickness at
university, staying healthy will also help you to
avoid other illnesses, such as fresher’s flu.
Remember to eat well, get plenty of sleep, and
regularly drink water.
4. Stay in touch with friends and family
Speaking to someone you feel close to can be
an instant pick-me-up, so make sure you stay
in touch with friends and family back home.
Pick up the phone, use Skype or instant
messaging,
or
even
send
letters
and
postcards. Don’t keep your homesickness at
university a secret; sharing any problems will
help you to start feeling better. But at the same
time, don’t turn the conversation into an
excuse to moan for an hour – remember to
focus on the positives too!
5. Make use of student support services
If you’re really struggling with homesickness at
university, don’t be afraid to make use of your
university’s
student
support
services.
Homesickness is completely normal, and
universities
are
experienced
in
helping
students settle in. Your university’s student
support department may offer counselling
services, student mentoring programs, or be
able to offer suggestions on activities you
could get involved with to start you feeling
more at home.
2. Cuture Shock
Culture shock is the personal disorientation a
person may feel when experiencing an
unfamiliar way of life due to immigration or a
visit to a new country, a move between social
environments, or simply travel to another type
of life.
How to overcome the culture shock?
1.
Keep an open mind.Do not automatically
perceive anything that is different to be
"wrong" or "negative". Withholding judgment
will allow you to be an objective observer and
will facilitate the process of cross-cultural
understanding. Also, if you are going to a
country with which you know close to nothing
about, do a little background information. As
you learn about the country in which you are
going to, keeping an open mind is necessary,
and, who knows, you may find the reason for
something you may not understand.
2.
Make an effort to learn the local language.
This increases your communication skills
and it helps you to integrate with the local
community.
It
also
demonstrates
your
interest in the new country.
3.
Get acquainted with the social conduct of
your new environment. Do not assume or
interpret behavior from your own cultural
perspective or "filter". Behavior is not data.
For example, Americans often use the
phrase "How are you?" to mean "hello" or "I
acknowledge your presence as I pass you in
the hall." A foreigner may wonder why
Americans don't respond in detail to this
question about one's well-being. Thus they
may interpret the behavior of walking away
before one has a chance to respond to the
question to be "uncaring", "superficial" or
even "rude". An American knows otherwise
and would probably not be offended that
someone did not take the time to respond to
this question.
4.
Do
not
take
cultural
familiarity
or
knowledge at face-value. Even as you
become more savvy about rituals, customs
and protocol in your new environment, be
careful not to attribute an explanation or
rationale to what you now believe you know.
A little bit of knowledge can be misleading.
Psychologist Geert Hofstede wrote that
'culture' is like an onion that can be peeled,
layer by layer, to reveal the content.[1] It takes
a long time to really understand a culture in
its social and historical context.
5.
Make sure you get to know people in your
new
environment.
Respectfully
ask
questions, read newspapers, and attend a
variety of festivals and events.
6.
Try to achieve a sense of stability in your
life. Establishing a routine will give you a
feeling of safety.
7.
Most importantly, maintain a sense of
humor! Don't be too hard on yourself if you
make a cultural gaffe or don't know what to
do in a social situation. Laugh at yourself and
others will laugh with you. Most individuals
will admire your tenacity and effort to
understand their ways, especially if you are
devoid of judgment and cultural comparisons
that subtly and perhaps unconsciously
convey a veil of superiority.
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University
Rezha Firman Communication Science Telkom University
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