School of Business programmes at President University prepares you for leadership roles in modern global business environment. The graduates are prepared for professional, managerial, and entreprenuerial roles.
To be an international standard Business Faculty in 2025, acknowledged by the industries and the surrounding communities
The Accounting study programme offers four concentrations to prepare the students in entering the profession, which are:
The Business Administration study programme offers 6 (six) concentrations to prepare the students in entering the profession:
The Management study programme offers four concentrations to prepare the students in entering the profession:
Actuarial Science is a study of mathematics, statistics, and economics to assess financial risks in the insurance and finance fields. Actuarial science applies the mathematics of probability and statistics to define, analyze and solve the financial problems of uncertain future events
Actuary is a professional degree for someone who has passed the examination. Actuary degree are issued by professional organizations such as SOA (the Society of Actuaries) and CAS (the Casualty Actuarial Society). In Indonesia actuary degree is issued by Persatuan Aktuaris Indonesia (PAI). There are two levels for actuaries in Indonesia, these are ASAI and FSAI.
My greetings to all the batches of Accounting, Business Administration and Management streams. Starting 2016, there are new thrusts in the School of Business in President University. These thrusts are reflected in the restructuring of the curricula. The curricula as well as syllabi have been revised to make them relevant to the requirements of the industry, the country and the global environment. President university strives to create future leaders and successful entrepreneurs who should be useful to the organization they work for as well as the business and the society.
First of all, restructured curricula include new courses that make your capability unique not only in Indonesia but ASEAN also, such as:
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Sustainability and Business
Secondly, the syllabi have been revised to improve the teaching and learning outcomes. In addition, the emphasis has been placed on the skills and attitudes that contribute to your becoming future leaders, such as communication skills, leadership skills, positive attitude among many others. I encourage you all to provide constructive feedback, whenever you feel to your lecturers, head of study programs as well as Dean. I further encourage you, your colleagues and family members to provide constructive feedback to any of academic staff in the School of Business. Lastly, we should all be grateful to Dr Jony Haryanto, Rector and to Dr Josep Ginting for encouraging and approving the changes.
Dean of School of Business