Undergraduate Nursing Program

The Undergraduate Nursing Program of Faculty of Nursing Universitas Indonesia (UNP FoN UI) is the greatest and the oldest nursing program in Indonesia. The program has a sharp focus on preparing the graduates to provide entry- level safe, competent, ethical care to culturally diverse individuals, families, and populations across healthcare settings and across the lifespan, to function effectively as a member of the nursing profession and as a member of an interdisciplinary healthcare team, and to perform and use evidence based practice. In order to obtain the degree, students have to complete two phases, namely, the academic phase and the professional phase. During the academic phase, students will learn about the concept and skills of nursing in classes and laboratory settings. Whereas, during the professional nurse phase, students will apply their knowledge and skills in the families, community, public health centers, and/ or hospitals settings. The Faculty of Nursing Universitas Indonesia (FoN UI) fully recognizes the pivotal role of nursing in improving better health outcomes for all people. To this end, the UNP FoN UI always strives for an excellent nursing education to prepare for the best generations of nurses. Besides that, UNP FoN UI also fulfil roles of three university pillars that known as Tridharma Perguruan Tinggi that includes education, research and community services. These roles represented on UNP goals. The UNP FoN UI consists of the academic phase and the professional phase to nurture students to become professional nurses with a strong foundation of theory and knowledge. In this pursuit, FoN UI sets the vision, mission, and objectives of UNP as follows:

Vision of the Undergraduate Nursing Program

By 2035, becoming as a center for developing culturally sensitive nursing science and technology and can compete nationally and internationally and contribute to health development.

Mission of the Undergraduate Nursing Program

  1. Providing broad and fair access for the community to take part in quality nursing education at the undergraduate and professional levels.
  2. Organizing quality Tridharma activities that are relevant to the challenges of the development of national and global health and nursing services.
  3. Preparing students to become graduates who have high intellectuality, noble character and obey the Indonesian Nursing Ethics Code so that they are able to compete nationally and globally.
  4. Creating an academic climate that is able to support the realization of the study program’s vision.
  5. Increasing national and global networks to achieve quality Tridharma and good image of nursing.
  6. Implementing fact-based nursing practices (Evidence Based Practice)
  7. Fostering nursing institutions and alumni in order to improve competence.
  8. Actively contributing to the achievement of the vision of the University of Indonesia to become an independent and superior legal university and able to solve problems and challenges at the national and global level, towards excellence in Southeast Asia.

Goals of the Undergraduate Nursing Program

  1. Educating students to become professional nurses with national, regional, or global competitiveness
  2. Innovating and developing nursing science and technology which are culturally sensitive focusing on urban nursing for the health of the people
  3. Developing evidence-based practice in nursing
  4. Implementing nursing profession accountably in the national health care system, especially basic and advanced nursing care and/or service in the individual, family and community contexts based on nursing principles.
  5. Managing the low-level professional nursing service with responsibility and leadership
  6. Conducting simple basic and applied nursing research and implementing the evidences and advancements in nursing science and technology to enhance quality and access of nursing care.
  7. To serve as a community member who is creative, productive, open to changes, and future oriented.

Graduate Profile

Nurses are able to provide nursing care to clients by using knowledge and expertise in managing clients ethically, culturally sensitive, effective and professional on the basis of scientific mastery, IT and evidence based practice and being able to make decisions independently in various stages of nursing care (assessment, formulation nursing diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation).

Graduate Profile Table

Graduate Profile Nurses are able to provide nursing care to clients by using knowledge and expertise in managing clients ethically, culturally sensitive, effective and professional on the basis of scientific mastery, IT and evidence based practice and being able to make decisions independently in various stages of nursing care (assessment, formulation nursing diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation).

Graduate Profile Description

  1. Care Provider

Graduates of the program are professional nurses who are intelligent and competent in providing nursing care to clients in a healthy range of illness throughout human life in various nursing service settings. Nursing care provided is based on nursing science and various other sciences that support nursing. Graduates must be able to use the nursing process approach. As providers of nursing care, nurses help clients improve their health independently and or in collaboration with other health teams. Health improvement is not only through physical treatment and healing, but also includes measures to restore emotional, spiritual and social well-being. As a provider of nursing care, nursing graduates are also expected to be able to help and assist clients and their families to set goals and achieve these goals effectively and efficiently.

  1. Community Leader

Graduates of the program are prepared as leaders who are competent, flexible, and able to motivate / encourage others around them, including clients, families, and co-workers / colleagues in their community to adapt to changes and achieve organizational goals effectively.

  1. Educator

Professional nurses from graduate programs are able to become educators through knowledge transfer activities to clients, peer groups, other health teams, and other disciplines. In their role as educators, graduates are able to demonstrate role models to stimulate, motivate, teach, and receive feedback.

  1. Manager

Professional nurses who are graduates of the program at the time of providing health services must be able to perform nursing management functions at the first-line management level (lower manager). In addition, graduates are also able to manage nursing care for groups of nurses and / or clients.

  1. Researcher

Nurse program graduates are able to conduct research in the field of science to improve the quality of nursing care that they provide. Nurses must be able to identify gaps between the theory of nursing care and professional practice given, formulate problems, and identify alternative problem solving. The choice of problem solving alternatives is obtained through library research activities, discussions with experts, or using the results of existing nursing research.

Student Admission

FoN UI has two entries of the nursing study program

1. Regular Program

The regular program accepts students from High School graduates (majoring life science in high school) who have passed the national examination or received the invitation as the outstanding high school graduates According to that Rector’s Decree, the selection scheme for the students of the regular program consists of:

a. The National Examination for the Public Universities Seleksi Nasional Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri/SNMPTN” or invitation scheme

Selection for SNMPTN is based on high school academic portfolio. High school students with high and consistent grades are invited to enroll to state universities without tests through SNMPTN. Schools are required to submit school and student database (PDSS) in a complete and correct manner, and in addition, push and support students in the process of SNMPTN registration which are based on invitation. Final selection of students who are accepted through these schemes will be determined by the University. The selection process is done by the New Student Admission Office (Kantor Penerimaan Mahasiswa Baru). The selection team is appointed by the Rector, and will select new students based on student’s school academic achievement, consistency of grades, and quality or rank at school. Based on data in the last three years, there has been an escalation in the percentage of students who were accepted through University invitations. The selection process is held from December to April.

b. The Joint Selection for the Public Universities Seleksi Bersama Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri/SBMPTN

The SBMPTN test is conducted simultaneously in July throughout Indonesia. The test is accountable, transparent, and universal. It ignores race, gender, religion, social class, and economic capability of students. The government provides scholarships for intelligent coming from unfortunate families. About 30-40% of students are accepted through this test.

c. Universitas Indonesia Entry Examination Seleksi Masuk UI/SIMAK UI

Since 2009, the government has allowed state universities to organize independent new student admission tests. Details and information about Universitas Indonesia’s admission procedures can be accessed from (http://penerimaan.ui.ac.id  and http://simak.ui.ac.id).

2. Transfer Program

The transfer program allows the Diploma 3 nurses (nursing diploma done in three years) graduates passing the entry examination and the requirement to take the UNP at FoN UI. Specific for the transfer program, entry selection is only done through the Universitas Indonesia Entry Examination (“Seleksi Masuk UI/SIMAK UI”)

a. Universitas Indonesia Entry Examination Seleksi Masuk UI/SIMAK UI

Since 2009, the government has allowed state universities to organize independent new student admission tests. Details and information about Universitas Indonesia’s admission procedures can be accessed from (http://penerimaan.ui.ac.id  and http://simak.ui.ac.id).

Anybody interested in helping other people and having plenty of job security should consider getting a nursing degree. FoN UI  prepares student to be professional nurses who are capable in providing nursing care, leading the community, educating people, carrying out nursing management functions and conducting research . The majority of nurses work in hospitals, but some also work in private clinics, schools, nursing care facilities, prisons, military bases and more. Experienced nurses are often called on to supervise other nurses, teach essential nursing skills to students, handle administrative tasks and even conduct research.

Data on the needs of nursing staff in Indonesia

The Situation of Nursing Staff in Indonesia

Source from the Indonesian Ministry of Health

Hirearchy of ELO

Hirearchy of ELO

Expected Learning Outcomes

  1. Able to provide professional nursing care in various health care settings focusing on urban health (C6)
  2. Able to implement the educational principles to patients, colleagues and health care team (C6)
  3. Able to implement strategies of patient safety in nursing practice (C4)
  4. Able to plan nursing problem solving through scientific approach/research (C6)
  5. Able to analyse concept application of organization, leadership and management in nursing care (C6).
  6. Able to demonstrate the principles of effective communication technique and health team collaboration at simulation case (C3).
  7. Able to have sensitivity to entrepreneurial opportunities that can be developed through innovation in health (C4)
  8. Able to utilize information and technology communication in accordance with health (C4)
  9. Able to use Indonesia and English properly in nursing context for both academic and non-academic activities(C3)
  10. Able to plan disaster management and disaster impact mitigation at simulation case (C6).
  11. Able to perform professional nurse attitude (C3).
  12. Able to develop nursing care plans that integrates the transcultural nursing concepts (C6)
  13. Able to identify complementary therapy in providing nursing care (C4).

Networking of Courses

Course Structure

Transition Policy

Transition rules 2012 to 2017 curriculum

  • The Undergraduate Nursing Program FON-UI currently implements two curricula, the 2012 curriculum for 2015 and 2016 students and the 2017 curriculum which start to implement for admission 2017 in 2017/2018 semester. During this transition period 2015 and 2016 students continue the 2012 curriculum, while 2017 and 2018 students run new curriculum or 2017 curriculum.
  • The 2012 curriculum consists of a total of 144 credits consisting of 142 compulsory courses and 2 elective courses. While the 2017 curriculum consists of 144 credits consisting of 140 credits of compulsory courses and 4 credits of elective courses.
  • If there is a discrepancy/difference in credit amount in the transition, such as students not passed for courses in the 2012 curriculum, students will continue to take the same courses in the 2012 curriculum. For 2015 and 2016 students who take academic leave in the first or second semester and then will continue their studies, there will be reviewing for the courses that have been taken before. Then, students will continue using the 2017 curriculum.

Semester I

MPKT A (Humanities)



Basic Biomedical Science I

Basic Biomedical Science II

Ethics and Law in the field of Health

Health Communication



Semester II

MPKT B (Science)

Health Team Collaboration and Teamwork I

Basic Science in Nursing

Professionalism in Nursing

English for Nursing I

Nursing Concept I


Semester III


Basic Nursing

Mental Health Nursing I


Nursing Communication Practicum

Patient Safety

English for Nursing II

Nursing Concept II

Elective Subject


Semester IV

Disaster Management

Health Research Methodology

Mental Health Nursing II

Pediatric Nursing I

Medical Surgical Nursing I

Transcultural Nursing

Basic Nursing Practicum

Nursing Information Technology


Semester V

Health Promotion

Pediatric Nursing II

Maternity Nursing I

Mental Health Nursing Practicum

Family and Community Nursing

Medical Surgical Nursing II

Medical Surgical Nursing Practicum I


Semester VI

Maternity Nursing II

Pediatric Nursing Practicum

Medical Surgical Nursing III

Management and Leadership in Nursing

Medical Surgical Nursing Practicum II

Gerontik Nursing

Family and Community Nursing Practicum

Health Promotion Practicum


Semester VII

Introduction to Undergraduate Thesis

Integrated Emergency Nursing

Integrated Critical Nursing

Maternity Nursing Practicum

Integrated Critical Nursing and Emergency Practicum

Medical Surgical Nursing Practicum III

Gerontik Practicum

Complementary Nursing Therapy

Elective Subject


Semester VIII

Undergraduate Thesis


Ketua Departemen: Dr. Hanny Handiyani, S.Kp., M.Kep.
Dr. Krisna Yetti, S.Kp., M.App.Sc. krisna@ui.ac.id
Dr. Enie Novieastari, S.Kp., M.S.N. enie@ui.ac.id
Dr. Rr. Tutik Sri Hariyati, S.Kp., MARS. tutik@ui.ac.id
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Tuti Afriani, S.Kep., M.Kep. tutiafriani@ui.ac.id
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Dewi Irawaty, MA., Ph.D. d_irawati@ui.ac.id
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Prof. Dra. Setyowati, S.Kp., M. App.Sc., Ph.D. wati123@ui.ac.id
Prof. Dr. Yati Afiyanti, S.Kp., M.N. yatikris@ui.ac.id
Dr. Imami Nur Rachmawati, S.Kp., M.Sc. inrachma@ui.ac.id
Hayuni Rahmah, S.Kp., M.N. hayuni@ui.ac.id
Titin Ungsianik, S.Kp., M.B.A. mytitien@ui.ac.id
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Wiwit Kurniawati, M.Kep., Sp. Mat. wiwit.k@ui.ac.id


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Yeni Rustina, S.Kp., M. App.Sc., Ph.D. y_rustina@ui.ac.id
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Dr. Nani Nurhaeni, S.Kp., M.N. nani-n@ui.ac.id
Dessie Wanda, S.Kp., M.N., Ph.D. dessie@ui.ac.id
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Siti Chodidjah, S.Kp., M.N. ndaku@ui.ac.id
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Fajar Tri Waluyanti, S.Kp., M.Kep., Sp.Kep.An. fajar_tri@ui.ac.id
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Ns. Defi Efendi, M.Kep., Sp.Kep.An. defiefendi@ui.ac.id
Ns. Ayu Widya Lestari, S.Kep. ayuwidya@ui.ac.id
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Prof. Dr. Budi Anna Keliat, S.Kp., M. App.Sc. budianna_keliat@yahoo.com
Dr. Novy Helena CD, S.Kp., M.Sc. novi_hc@ui.ac.id
Ria Utami Panjaitan, S.Kp., M. Kep. utami@ui.ac.id
Dr. Mustikasari, S.Kp., M.A.R.S. mustikasari@ui.ac.id
Herni Susanti, S.Kp., M.N., Ph.D. herni-s@ui.ac.id
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Ice Yulia Wardhani, S.Kp., M.Kep., Sp.Kep.J. iceyulia@ui.ac.id
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Ns. Giur Hargiana, S.Kep., M.Kep., Sp.Kep.J. hargiana@ymail.com
Ns. Riska Amalya Nasution, S.Kep., M.Kep


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Dra. Junaiti Sahar, S.Kp., M. App.Sc., Ph.D. junsr@ui.ac.id
Dr. Etty Rekawati, S.Kp., M.K.M. rekawati@ui.ac.id
Wiwin Wiarsih, S.Kp., M.N. w_wiarsih@ui.ac.id
Dr. Astuti Yuni Nursasi, S.Kp., M.N. ayunin@ui.ac.id
Dr. Sigit Mulyono, S.Kp., M.N. sigit@ui.ac.id
Henny Permatasari, S.Kp., M. Kep., Sp.Kom. henny@ui.ac.id
Widyatuti, S.Kp., M. Kep., Sp.Kom. tuti_cw@yahoo.com
Agus Setiawan, S.Kp., M.N., D.N. a-setiawan@ui.ac.id
Poppy Fitriyani, S.Kp., M.Kep., Sp.Kep.Kom. poppy@ui.ac.id
Dwi Nurfiyandari Kusumawati, S.Kp., M.N. dwi.nurviyandari@ui.ac.id
Ns. Sukihananto, S.Kep., M.Kep. sukihananto@yahoo.com
Ns. Dwi Cahya Rahmadiyah, S.Kep., M.Kep., Sp.Kep.Kom. d.cahya@ui.ac.id
Ns. Winda Eriska, S.Kep. windaeriska@ui.ac.id
Ns. Utami Rachmawati, M.Kep, Sp.Kep.Kom
Ns. Indah Permata Sari, S.Kep, M.Kep, Sp.Kep.Kom

Nursing Learning Laboratories

Nursing laboratory is an important facility to support the clinical learning of nursing students. Faculty of nursing Universitas Indonesia provides nursing learning laboratories which allow students to see, learn and practice nursing skills and procedures in simulated setting. All the nursing laboratories are equipped from low to high fidelity simulators and offer all clinical equipment designed for the care of adult, geriatric, pediatric, psychiatric, maternity and newborn patients in the acute, critical care or long term.

Nursing Laboratory

Maternity Nursing

Pediatric Nursing

Medical Surgical Nursing

Community Nursing

Mental Health Nursing

Nursing Management

Advisory Board

Until 2018, FIK UI has graduated more than 7,000 undergraduate and nurse students from Nangroe Aceh Darussalam to Papua. This amount is expected to contribute to improving the quality of health in the country.

Based on data from the tracer study in 2017 indicates that the average waiting time for the UNP graduates to get a permanent job is three months after graduation, this shows that the graduates get jobs easily. All of the graduates obtain their first job before one year. There were no graduates who had not working after graduating for more than one year.

On the other hand, the alumni satisfaction level has assessed through the annual tracer studies carried out by Universitas Indonesia’s Career Development Center (CDC UI). Most FoN UI alumni was reported satisfied with the study program, while of them was reported very satisfied.