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The Computer Science Doctoral Study Program (DIK) which was opened in 1998 was designed to produce graduates who have research skills in the field of Computer Science as a continuation of the master’s degree in Computer Science. Lectures for the DIK study program are held in the morning and afternoon at the Fasilkom UI Depok Campus.
The DIK study program emphasizes the integration between postgraduate education and research activities. Students are expected to be actively involved in research at the UI Faculty of Computer Science. The curriculum for the DIK study program is structured in such a way that students get the opportunity to gain extensive knowledge and research experience in the field of Computer Science. Choices of courses are provided so that students can arrange their educational programs according to their research. interests.
From a scientific and professional perspective, graduates from this study program are expected to have the following main competencies:
The accreditation status of the DIK Fasilkom UI study program according to the Informatics and Computer Independent Accreditation Institute (LAM INFOKOM) through Decree (SK) 006/SK/LAM-INFOKOM/Ak/D/XII/2022 is SUPERIOR. This accreditation status is valid until 5 December 2027.
Vision of Computer Science Doctoral Study Program
Referring to the Vision of UI and Fasilkom UI, the following is the Vision of the UI Computer Science Doctoral Study Program (DIK):
Becoming a study program that produces graduates who are able to conduct research to produce new breakthroughs in the development of knowledge and are able to transfer knowledge, as well as produce graduates who are independent and reliable in the field of Computer Science by always keeping abreast of global scientific developments.
Mission of Computer Science Doctoral Study Program
Based on the vision that has been formulated, the Mission of the DIK Fasilkom UI Study Program is as follows:
To produce experts in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology who have high integrity and are reliable in the development of computer science
Generate various innovations to solve problems encountered through research in the field of computer science
Participate in increasing the nation’s competitiveness through research and education in the field of computer science while still being based on morals, ethics and character.
The Computer Science Doctoral study program can be completed in a minimum of 6 semesters and a maximum of 10 semesters. Click the following “Student Journey” button to listen to the expected milestones during the study period.
Requirements that must be met by prospective students to register for the DIK program:
Have a Masters degree (S2) with a background in a field (computer science / informatics, information systems, computer engineering) or related to the proposed research topic, with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.00 (on a scale of 4.00). For applicants whose educational background (S1 and S2) are not in the same field, they must first take part in the matriculation program for one or two semesters (determined by the prospective student selection team).
Follow the online registration system procedures that apply at UI (https://penerimaan.ui.ac.id) and upload the scanned results of the following documents on the website:
Send additional files that have been submitted during the field exam in softcopy form (via email to email@example.com):
Note: Failure to upload one of the documents above causes the candidate to be disqualified in the registration process for the DIK Fasilkom UI study program.
The following is the schedule for implementing SIMAK UI registration.
SIMAK Gasal Batch 1:
17 February – 8 March 2023 (Registration)
March 12, 2023 (Exam)
April 11, 2023 (Announcement)
SIMAK Gasal Batch 2:
19 May – 26 June 2023 (Registration)
July 2, 2023 (Exam – Online method)
25 July 2023 (Announcement)
September – October 2023 (Registration)
November 2023 (Examination)
December 2023 (Announcement)
The curriculum for the Computer Science Doctoral Study Program (DIK) is designed and structured in such a way that students get the opportunity to gain extensive knowledge and experience doing research in the fields of information and communication technology (ICT) such as computer science, information systems, software engineering, and others. The curriculum for the DIK Study Program is designed to be completed in 6 semesters, and the longest is 10 semesters, carried out with a study load of 46 credits.
|CSGE900980||Research Methodology and Scientific Writing||4|
|CSGE900979||Philosophy of Science, Methodology & Ethics||2|
|CSCM901091||Independent Study 1/Advanced Specialization Course||4|
|CSCM901092||Independent Study 2/Advanced Specialization Course||4|
|CSCM900981||Independent Study 3/Advanced Specialization Course||4|
|CSCM901093||Research Proposal Examination||6|
|CSCM900982||Research Results Exam||8|
|CSCM900983||Scientific Papers and Pre Promotion Session||10|
|CSGE900979||Philosophy of Science, Methodology & Ethics||2|
|CSCM901092||MK Advanced Specialization 1||4|
|CSCM900981||Research Proposal Examination||6|
|CSCM901093||MK Advanced Specialization 2||4|
|CSCM900982||Results Seminar Exam||6|
Specialization courses in the Doctoral study program can be selected from the interest field courses offered in the Computer Science Masters (MIK) study program. Students can also conduct in-depth studies on certain topics by taking Independent Study courses. Below are courses of interest in the 2020 MIK curriculum divided into two areas of interest, namely: Computer Science and Information Systems.
The implementation of the DIK study program cannot be separated from the intensive research activities that take place at the UI Faculty of Computer Science. The ongoing research activities are carried out by seven research labs, namely:
The supervisor or promoter in the Computer Science Doctoral Program must be a permanent teaching staff with doctoral education with the functional position of Professor or Associate Professor. The Promoter can also be assisted by one or two Co-Promoters with a minimum functional position of Lector. Prospective supervisors can be seen on the on the Supervisor List page.
Research statements. The research statement does not have to be a research proposal that will be carried out in doctoral studies, but this research statement will provide an overview to the interviewing team about the readiness of prospective students to undergo doctoral studies.
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From a scientific and professional perspective, graduates from this study program are expected to have the following characteristics:
Admission for new students for the 2023/2024 school year has been opened. Information on admissions pathways and admissions schedules, as well as online registration for prospective new students in full can be accessed via the following links.