Living In Indonesia

Indonesia is an archipelagic country located in Southeast Asia which has more than 17,000 islands with a total inhabited island of about 7000 islands. Geographically, the Indonesian archipelago is located between 5° 54′ 08″ north longitude to 11° 08′ 20″ south longitude and 95°00’38” to 141° 01’12” east longitude. Due to the geographical area, Indonesia is divided into 3 time zones, namely WIB (Western Indonesian Time), WITA (Central Indonesian Time), and WIT (Eastern Indonesian Time).

Indonesia is famous for its beautiful nature and cultural diversity. Thus, Indonesia is also one of the world’s tourist attractions. April to October is the right time to travel to Indonesia because the season is also supportive. One of the famous Indonesian tours to the international scene is the beautiful island of the gods Bali. Bali is a favorite destination for foreign tourists because of its beautiful environment.


Living In Malang

Malang city is one of the tourist cities in Indonesia as well as the second largest city in East Java after Surabaya. In addition, the city of Malang is also known as the city of students because in the city of Malang itself there are several well-known campuses such as Brawijaya University, Malang State University, State Islamic University, Muhammadiyah University of Malang, and several other universities.

Malang city is located at an altitude of 440-667 meters above sea level with a climate during 2008 recorded air temperatures ranging from 22.7°C-25.1°C and the average humidity ranges from 79%-86%.

The people of Malang are known for being religious, dynamic, hardworking, and straightforward. Most of the population comes from Java. The Javanese in Malang have a slightly more violent and egalitarian temperament because they are far from the influence of the palace which is seen as the center of Javanese culture.



Reading Rooms

This facility is a facility that complements the central library owned by FILKOM. The reading room itself is located on the 2nd floor which can be used as a means of providing references in the form of hardcopy and softcopy that can be accessed via the web in the form of the FILKOM Digital Library service. UB’s library has 684 titles of books related to Information Technology and Computer Science and as many as 388 titles of books are also provided in the reading room. There are 2 reading room facilities provided:

OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)
Facility to gain access to bibliographic records to various collections of text-books

BKG (Brawijaya Knowledge Garden)
Includes information on scientific work of the Universitas Brawijaya community such as theses, theses, research reports, journal articles and others)


    • Information-Based Network Laboratory
    • Game and Mobile Media Laboratory
    • Robotics and Embedded Systems Laboratory
    • Software Engineering Laboratory
    • Intelligent System Laboratory
    • Information Systems Laboratory
    • Learning Laboratory
    • Learning Technology Laboratory

Counseling and Guidance

The Faculty of Computer Science also cares about the needs and problems of students and provides a forum to solve both academic and non-academic problems. The existence of this facility is expected to provide support to students as a support for the smooth running of the learning process.

The Counseling Unit service programs include:

    • Problem solving assistance services, both academic and non-academic through counseling/consultation.
    • Providing information to students about various things that are useful for personal, social, study and career development of students.
    • Providing small trainings to students in groups (10-15 people) for personal, social, study and career development, with themes such as study success tips, fun personality development, how to improve emotional intelligence, and so on.
    • Providing referral services to guardian lecturers for students with academic problems, and other referral services.
    • Providing psychological test tools such as personality tests, character tests, interest and potential tests, learning style tests, and others as tools and supporting the student learning process.