Ma Chung University

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Ma Chung University
Universitas Ma Chung
瑪中大學
Universitas Ma Chung Official logo
TypePrivate University
Established7 July 2007
RectorDr. Murphin Joshua Sembiring, M.Si
Location, ,
Coordinates: 7°57′26.6″S 112°35′22.3″E / 7.957389°S 112.589528°E / -7.957389; 112.589528
ColorsPantone blue  
Websitemachung.ac.id
Ma Chung University
Traditional Chinese大學
Simplified Chinese大学

Ma Chung University (traditional Chinese: 大學; simplified Chinese: 大学; pinyin: Mǎ Zhōng Dà Xué; Wade–Giles: Ma Chung Ta Hsüeh; lit. 'Ma Chung University') is private university in Indonesia, located at Villa Puncak Tidar N-01, City of Malang, East Java. The university is owned by Harapan Bangsa Sejahtera Foundation.[1]

History[edit]

Main building of Ma Chung University.

The name of Ma Chung comes from former Peranakan Chinese-owned high school at Malang in 1950s. The initial idea of establishing Ma Chung University was sparked during the Grand Reunion in commemoration of the 55th anniversary of Ma Chung high school in September 2001 at Xiamen, China. Based on "when you drink water, think of its source, to not forget one's roots or heritage" (飲水思源) traditional chinese proverb, on 1 May 2004, the Ma Chung College was established as the initial step in the establishment of Ma Chung University, which was founded by Mochtar Riady, a Chinese-Indonesian billionaire, and other fourteen notable Ma Chung High School alumni (Soegeng Hendarto, Teguh Kinarto, Hendro Sunjoto, Koentjoro Loekito, Effendy Sudargo, Agus Chandra, Hadi Widjojo, Nuryati Tanuwidjaya, Nehemja, Alex Lesmana Samudra, Evelyn Adam, Usman Harsono, Nagawidjaja Winoto, and Soebroto Wirotomo):[2]

At the Grand Reunion in commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of Ma Chung High School in Malang, 17 July 2005, laid the first stone in the construction of Ma Chung University and the Harapan Bangsa Sejahtera Foundation was formed which houses Ma Chung University. Senior alumni namely Prof. Dr. Yang Zhiling and Prof. Dr. Bin Ling gave many proposals regarding the development and management of the university. His proposal was then used as the first stepping stone for planning (blue print) by the leaders of Ma Chung University. On 7 July 2007, attended by thousands of school alumni, Ma Chung University was officially opened.

Four years later, on September 17, 2011, the University inaugurated its first Professor, Patrisius Istiarto Djiwandono as a Professor in Learning and Research Methodology.[3]

Faculties and Departments[edit]

Faculty of Economics and Business[edit]

  • Department of International Business Management[4]
  • Department of Business Accounting[5]

Faculty of Science and Technology[edit]

  • Department of Business Information System[6]
  • Department of Informatics Engineering[7]
  • Department of Visual Communication Design[8]
  • Department of Pharmacy[9]
  • Department of Chemical Engineering[10]
  • Department of Industrial Engineering[11]

Faculty of Language and Art[edit]

  • Department of English Literature[12]
  • Department of Mandarin Chinese Business Language and Culture[13]

Partnership[edit]

On July 7, 2014, Ma Chung University signed partnership with Taiwan investors, to fund department of business information technology research and development (with Malang Digital Core community).[14]

Rectors[edit]

Number Name Term of office
1 Leenawaty Limantara, Ph.D 2006 - 2015
2 Dr. Chatief Kunjaya, M.Sc 2015 - 2019
3 Dr. Murphin Joshua Sembiring, M.Si 2019 - now

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Ma Chung University". Universitas Ma Chung.
  2. ^ "Founders of Ma Chung University". Universitas Ma Chung.
  3. ^ Artikel:"Universitas Ma Chung Punya Guru Besar" di Kompas.com
  4. ^ "Department of Management". Universitas Ma Chung.
  5. ^ "Department of Accounting". Universitas Ma Chung.
  6. ^ "Department of Information System". Universitas Ma Chung.
  7. ^ "Department of Informatics Engineering". Universitas Ma Chung.
  8. ^ "Department of Visual Communication Design". Universitas Ma Chung.
  9. ^ "Department of Pharmacy". Universitas Ma Chung.
  10. ^ "Department of Chemical Engineering". Universitas Ma Chung.
  11. ^ "Department of Industrial Engineering". Universitas Ma Chung.
  12. ^ "Department of English Literature". Universitas Ma Chung.
  13. ^ "Department of Mandarin Chinese Business Language and Culture". Universitas Ma Chung.
  14. ^ Artikel:"Malang Digital Core, Universitas Ma Chung Gandeng Investor Taiwan" di bisnis.com

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