Academic Facilities

Academic Facilities

To improve the integrity and quality of its graduates, the teaching and learning process at UM is fully supported by a set of academic facilities and facilities. With these various academic facilities, UM graduates get a proportional provision of knowledge from the lecture hall with important skills; between theoretical aspects and practical experience; between abstract concepts and real activities; between assignments that have been determined by the lecturer only (structured) with independent activities.

Some of the important academic facilities needed and available at UM include laboratories, workshops, studios, hot spot, experimental garden, nursery, Institute for Research and Community Service (LP2M), consisting of: (1) Center for Advanced Materials for Renewable Energy (PM2ET); (2) Halal Center (PH); (3) Education Center (PP); (4) Center for Social Humanities and Tourism (PSP); (5) Gender and Health Center (PGK); (6) Center for Disaster, Mitigation and Environment (KML); (7) Regional Resource Center and Real Work Lecture (PSWKKN); (8) Center for Intellectual Property Rights, Business Incubation, Commercialization and Industry Affiliation (PHIKA); (9) Academic Publication Center (Publika); (10) Rating Center.

Educational and Learning Development Institute (LP3), consisting of (1) Curriculum and Education Development Center; (2) Innovation Center and Learning Resources; (3) Center for the Development of Religious Life and University Lectures; (4) Center for Development of Practical Work and Field Experience, (5) Center for Instrumentation Development, Selection, and Educational Evaluation; (6) Counseling, Career, and Academic Competence Development Center. Besides that, it is also equipped with several Technical Implementation Units (UPT), including: UPT Library, UPT Center for Information and Communication Technology, UPT Center for Pancasila Studies, and UPT Quality Assurance Unit. There are also other supporting equipment, namely: International Relations Unit, Mandarin Language Center, Polyclinic, Archives Center, Language and Culture Center and Publishing-Printing.

Laboratory, Workshop, and Studio

To combine conceptual aspects with empirical (reality), theoretical with practical aspects, and knowledge aspects with skills, the teaching and learning process at UM is supported by several laboratories, workshops, studios, or experimental gardens.

The Faculty of Education (FIP) has laboratories, namely Guidance and Counseling, Educational Technology, Educational Administration, Outside School Education, Elementary and Preschool Education, and Special Education.

The Faculty of Letters (FS) has laboratories, namely: Art and Design, Drama Laboratory, Language Laboratory, Computer Laboratory, English Self Accesss Center, Mandarin Language Center, Mediothek, Microteaching, Ceramic Studio, Graphic Studio, Image Studio, Photography Studio, Videography Studio, Studio Rendering, Dance Studio, Music Studio, Gamelan Studio, Sculpture Studio.

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA) has a laboratory which has a laboratory consisting of a Mathematics Laboratory, a Physics Laboratory, a Chemistry Laboratory, a Biology Laboratory, a Science Laboratory, and a Joint Laboratory (Central). The Mathematics Laboratory consists of a computation sub-laboratory and a PBM Mathematics sub-laboratory. The Physics Laboratory consists of sub-laboratories, namely the basic physics sub-lab, computational physics sub-lab, electronics and instrumentation sub-lab, physics PBM sub-lab, electro-magnetic sub-lab, and modern physics sub-lab, and has equipment Xray Fluoresence (for analysis of elemental content starting from Sodium-Uranium in liquid, solid, and powder), Programmable Controller Furnace (for solid crystal growth), and Vacuum Evaporator (for thin layer growth). The Chemistry Laboratory consists of sub-laboratories, namely the Basic Chemistry sub-lab, the Organic Chemistry sub-lab, the Physical Chemistry sub-lab, the Analytical Chemistry sub-lab, the Biochemistry sub-lab, the PBM chemistry sub-lab, and the Inorganic Chemistry sub-lab, and has a Gas Chromatography tool set (for analysis of the content of organic matter, especially volatile), UV-Vis Spectrophotometer (for structural analysis of organic compounds and complex compounds), and Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (for analysis of metal element content). The Biology Laboratory consists of sub-laboratories, namely the PBM Biology sub-lab, the Ecology sub-lab, the Plant Physiology sub-lab, the Botany sub-lab, the Animal Physiology sub-laboratory, the Zoology sub-lab, the Microbiology sub-lab, the Plant Tissue Culture sub-Lab, the Genetics sub-Lab the Microtechnical Lab, and the Animal Tissue Culture Sub Lab, and has 1 set of PCR tools (for DNA amplification), Flourescen Microscope (for structural analysis cellular), Electrophoresis DNA and Protein (for DNA and protein identification), Laminar Air Flow and Incubator CO2 (for animal cell culture). The Joint Laboratory (Central) consists of a Nanoparticles sub-lab, a micro-analysis sub-lab, a geophysical sub-lab, and has important equipment including Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), EDAX, X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), Forrie Transform Infra Red (FTIR), Total Organic Carbon Analyzer, Gas Cromatography and Mass Spectroscopy (GCMS), X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF), PCR and RFPCR , Nanovoltmeter, AC / DC Current Source and LCZ Meter, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPS). All of the Central Lab equipment really supports research activities, especially research in the field of Nano technology. In addition, FMIPA also has Workshop, and Experimental Garden.

The Faculty of Economics (FE) has laboratories, namely the Management Department Computer Laboratory, the Accounting Department Computer Laboratory, and the Development Economics Department Computer Laboratory, Laboratory Micro Teaching, Laboratory Tax Center, Laboratory Creative Center, Indonesia Stock Exchange Laboratory (BEI), Business Data Center Laboratory (PDB), Sharia Banking Laboratory, Capital Market Laboratory, Regional Economic Development Laboratory, Learning Media Development Laboratory, Language Laboratory, Mini Office Laboratory, Mini Market Laboratory, Manual Accounting Laboratory, Office and Library Technology Laboratory.

The Faculty of Engineering (FT) has laboratories: Mechanical Engineering Laboratory, Civil Engineering Laboratory, Electrical Engineering Laboratory, and Industrial Technology Laboratory.

The Faculty of Sport Science (FIK) has 2 types of laboratories, namely closed laboratories and open laboratories. Closed laboratory consists of: Laboratory Aerobic, Laboratory Fitnesss, and the Laboratory Massage, Gymnastics, Badminton, Pencak Silat, Judo, Table Tennis, and Weight Training. The open laboratory consists of a Field and Stadium. Fields for: Tennis, Beach Volleyball, Basketball, Volleyball, while the Stadium for: Athletics, Football, Football, Softball, Traditional Games and Swimming Pools.

The Faculty of Social Sciences (FIS) has a Law and Citizenship Laboratory (HKn) which consists of laboratories: law, politics, social, culture, History Laboratory which consists of laboratories: historiography, museology, multimedia, A Geography Laboratory consisting of laboratories: cartography, remote sensing and geographic information systems, physical geography, human geography, social studies education and education laboratories.

The Faculty of Psychology Education has a Psychology Laboratory, Laboratory Psycho Center for psychological consulting services, psychological testing, therapy, and training or training.

Given the large number of equipment, facilities and activities contained in each laboratory, workshop, workshops, studios, and experimental gardens (up to now there are ± 271 units), so a description of this is not presented in the university catalog, but can be seen in detail in the catalog of the respective faculties and Postgraduate.

Institute for Research and Community Service (LP2M)

According to the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 30 of 2012 concerning Organization and Work Procedure of State University of Malang, Article 70 paragraph 1, the Institute for Research and Community Service (LP2M) is an academic implementing element under the Chancellor who carries out some of the duties and functions in the research field. and community service. The duties of LP2M according to Article 71 are to carry out, coordinate, monitor, and assess the implementation of research and community service activities. Meanwhile, the functions of LP2M according to Article 72 are stated as follows; (1) preparation of institutional plans, programs and budgets; (2) implementing pure and applied scientific research; (3) implementer of community service; (3) carrying out the publication of the results of research and community service; (4) increasing the relevance of research and community service programs according to community needs; and (5) implementing institutional administrative affairs.

Institutional duties concerning coordination include coordination of implementation, monitoring, evaluation and control of research and community service activities (P2M), whether carried out in faculties, departments, laboratories, or by research and service centers in LP2M. The administrative function aims to provide administrative services related to the implementation and guarantee the orderly management of P2M, so that these activities can be accounted for formally as an institution. The function of implementing P2M results publication aims to collect information and disseminate research results so that they are beneficial to the community and reduce the possibility of unnecessary duplication. So that the research results carry out an analysis and study of the P2M results so that both have high relevance value and service has good synergy.

P2M activities at UM can be held by individuals and / or groups within the faculties, departments, laboratories, UPTs, and specially formed research teams and by research centers. Faculties, departments, laboratories, and UPT hold a monodisciplinary P2M which is oriented towards the development and application of certain science / technology or which is specifically related to the related UPT. Research centers and special teams organize multidisciplinary (Cross-Sector) P2M activities that are oriented towards problem solving and development related to development needs. LP2M collects data on KBK and lecturer expertise to maximize P2M performance. All performance data will then be recorded in Litabmas. Apart from that, LP2M also has IPR and INBISTEK centers to manage outputs from P2M results. LP2M has its own UPM to guarantee the quality of P2M.

In 2019, based on the Decree of the Rector of the State University of Malang number 22.1.25 / UN32 / OT / 2019 dated January 22, 2019 concerning the Dissolution and Formation of Centers in Institutions at State University of Malang, research centers under the Institute for Research and Community Service are 9 (nine) research and service centers, as follows:

  1. Center for Advanced Materials for Renewable Energy;
  2. Halal Center;
  3. Education Center;
  4. Center for Social Humanities and Tourism;
  5. Center for Gender and Health;
  6. Center for Disaster, Mitigation and Environment;
  7. Regional Resource Center and Real Work Lecture;
  8. Intellectual Property Center, Business Incubation, Specialization, and Industry Affiliation;
  9. Academic Publication Center;

At the end of 2019, a new service center was added within the scope of work of LP2M, namely the Rating Center. Thus, by the end of 2020 there were ten research centers at LP2M UM.


To become a research and community service institution that is superior and a reference in the development and application of science and technology and education.


The formulation of the mission of the research and community service strategic plan LP2M UM is as follows,

  1. Carrying out research in order to develop science and technology and education fields that are beneficial for the development of science and the welfare of society.
  2. Organizing service-oriented community service, implementing science and technology and education, as well as community empowerment.
  3. Organizing an autonomous, accountable and transparent civil service system that ensures continuous quality improvement.


The formulation of research objectives and community service at LP2M UM are as follows.

  1. To improve the results of academic work in science and technology as well as quality and superior education fields.
  2. Improve the quality of community service based on the results of studies and research to support educational development, advance community welfare, and educate the nation's life.
  3. Produce an autonomous, accountable and transparent institutional performance to ensure continuous quality improvement.

The Ten Centers as completeness of LP2M carry out the following functions:

  1. Center for Advanced Materials for Renewable Energy (PM2ET)
    The Center for Advanced Materials for Renewable Energy (PM2ET) carries out research and community service in the field of advanced materials, both from natural and synthetic materials for the development of renewable energy products. Its main focus is the development of Leading Science and Technology in the fields of Solar Cell, smart grids, energy storage, and biomass. The focus of activities at this center is aimed at supporting higher education performance, including: 1) becoming a Center for Excellence in Higher Education Science and Technology (PUI-PT) which has received national and international recognition; 2) increasing the number of reputable national and international publications; 3) increased acquisition of IPRs; 4) improving the quality of research and community service; 5) increasing research collaboration with domestic and foreign institutions; and 7) produce superior work on advanced material research and its application in Industry.
  2. Halal Center (PH)
    The Halal Center carries out research and community service to advance science and technology, as well as improve the welfare of the community in the field of guaranteed halal products that get regional, national and international recognition. Publish research results and community service through various publication media at regional, national and international levels. Conduct continuous collaboration with government agencies, domestic and foreign universities, business and industry to work together to achieve guaranteed halal products. Managing Halal Inspection Agency. Manage international halal journals in English. The fields of research and community service managed by the Halal Center include: sharia business management, scientific investigation of the halal level of products (food, non-food, services), which are entered, traded and circulated in the territory of Indonesia, education and assistance UMKM regarding halal products, halal product certification process services, and development of halal tourist destinations, as well as preparing human resources to support halal product assurance.
  3. Education Center (PP)
    The Education Center carries out research and community service in the field of education and learning, carries out studies, development and dissemination of training models in education and learning, publishes research results in education and learning, carries out studies and development of model / superior schools, builds partnerships with institutions policy makers and implementers in the field of education and learning, as well as carrying out sustainable cooperation with government agencies, domestic and foreign universities, as well as business and industry to work together in order to improve quality and quality in the education sector.
  4. Center for Social, Humanities and Tourism (PSP)
    The Center for Social, Humanities and Tourism (PSP) carries out research and service, publication and dissemination of research and service results and initiates collaboration with research institutions both national and international in the social, humanities and tourism fields. In addition, PSP also carries out sustainable cooperation with government agencies, domestic and foreign universities, as well as the business and industry to work together to advance the tourism sector.
  5. Center for Gender and Health (PGK)
    The Center for Gender and Health (PGK) conducts research and community service in the field of gender and health to achieve community welfare and health with a gender justice and social inclusion perspective. PGK implements gender responsive learning development, empowerment of women and marginalized groups, strengthening family resilience, pre-marital education, and gender responsive budget planning assistance.
  6. Center for Disaster, Mitigation and Environment (KML)
    The Center for Disaster, Mitigation and Environment (KML) carries out research and service in the field of disaster and environmental education through disaster and environmental education training in schools, education and training on writing scientific papers in the field of disaster and environment, Adiwiyata Program assistance, strengthening community capacity and disaster management as well as research collaboration in the field of disaster and the environment.
  7. Regional Resource Center and Real Work Lecture (PSWKKN)
    PSWKKN is one of the centers within the LP2M scope that handles research and community service activities in the regional sector and Real Work Lecture (KKN). This center is a place for managing and facilitating the implementation of research and community service both for lecturers and students. The community service strategy is carried out with a model of empowerment, strengthening capacity, mentoring and providing services. Community service carried out by lecturers is integrated with the management of KKN. KKN is aimed at providing meaningful experiences to students according to their respective fields of knowledge and strengthening their competence through direct involvement in problem solving in society. KKN is a compulsory subject for students whose management can be carried out by study programs / departments through thematic KKN. The types of KKN include 1) Regular KKN, 2) Thematic KKN, 3) Independent KKN, 4) Homecoming KKN, and 5) Integrated KKN. The implementation time can be in the form of a block, which is carried out for 45 days continuously at the location, and in the form of Continuous, which is held every weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) for +15 weeks at the location.

    Themes that have been developed through thematic KKN include the development of the Independent Prosperous Village in collaboration with the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs, Astra Prosperous Village in collaboration with PT Astra International Tbk, Development of KB villages, assistance for tourism villages, strengthening entrepreneurship and SMEs, modernizing village administration, empowering and strengthening management of Islamic boarding schools, cultural and language villages, as well as disaster impact recovery.

    PSW-KKN also publishes dedication journals under the name Graha Pengabdian and Karinov, which in addition to publishing KKN-based community service articles also contains the dedication works of lecturers and students from outside UM.
  8. Intellectual Property Center, Business Incubation, Commercialization and Industrial Affiliation (PHIKA).
    PHIKA carries out research and community service with potential intellectual property rights, business incubators, commercialization, and industrial affiliations (HIKA). Increase the quantity, quality and ability of the academic community in obtaining IPR. Utilizing internal potential in increasing IPR acquisition and developing business incubator strengthening, commercialization, and industrial affiliation (IKA). Growing and implementing a business incubator consists of a process of coaching, service, mentoring, mentoring, and development of profitable and sustainable startup business units. Developing and realizing the commercialization of innovations made by the UM academic community. Cooperating with the government, society, and industry in implementing science and technology in an integrated and sustainable manner for the welfare of the community.
  9. Center for Academic Publications (Publika)
    The Academic Publication Center (Publika) handles (1) increasing the quantity and quality of reputable international publications, (2) Proof reading manuscripts, (3) international publication assistance, (4) checking plagiarism, (5) coordinating international journals and conferences.

    The Service Center that leads to Academic publications (Publika) handles (1) increasing the quantity and quality of reputable international publications, (2) Proof reading a manuscript, (3) assisting international publications, (4) checking plagiarism, (5) coordinating international journals and conferences.
  10. Rating Center
    The Rating Center has the following duties.
    • Developing user interaction designs for the 2020 version of the E-Monev application.
    • Develop a UM internal rating system framework
    • Prepare suggestions for the need for additional features in e-monev supporting applications.
    • Develop a performance measurement guide based on e-monev
    • Manage the innovation performance entry process.
    • Manage the student performance entry process.
    • Manage the community service performance entry process.
    • Manage the research performance entry process
    • Monitor MU data on other applications that support DIKTI ranking, and prepare recommendations for performance improvement.
    • Manage the registration process for Rankings Entry Evaluation service at QS WUR
    • Initiated an effort to enter Impact-based ranking on the Times Higher Education University Ranking.
    • EMonev socialization and supporting application features
No.Journal NameFacultyAccreditation Category
1TEFLIN JournalFSSinta 1
2Journal of Guidance and Counseling StudiesFIPSinta 2
3Journal of Educational SciencesLP2MSinta 2
4Journal of Education: Theory, Research, and DevelopmentPostgraduateSinta 2
5Languages and Arts: Journal of Languages, Literature, Arts and TeachingFSSinta 2
6Journal of Economics and Development StudiesFISSinta 2
7Journal of Psychological ScienceFPPsiSinta 3
8Journal of ICSARFIPSinta 3
9Journal of Science EducationPostgraduateSinta 3
10Elementary School: Study of Educational Theory and PracticeFIPSinta 3
11Journal of Geography EducationFISSinta 3
12Journal of Actual Accounting (JAA)FISSinta 3
13JMSP (Journal of Management and Education Supervision)FIPSinta 3
14Journal of Humanities EducationPostgraduateSinta 3
15Edcomtech: Journal of Educational Technology StudiesFIPSinta 3
16Scientific Journal of Pancasila and Citizenship EducationFISSinta 3
17JPBM (Journal of Business and Management Education)FISSinta 3
18Journal of the Sociology of Humanist EducationFISSinta 3
19Journal of Biology EducationFMIPASinta 3
20Journal of Special Education Research and DevelopmentFIPSinta 3
21Technology and Vocational: Journals of Technology, Vocational and Its TeachingFTSinta 3
22JPSE (Journal of Physical Science and Engineering)FMIPASinta 3
23Educational Sciences: Journal of Educational Theory and Practice StudiesFIPSinta 3
24ISLLAC: Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and CultureFSSinta 4
25Journal of Mathematics Learning StudiesFMIPASinta 4
26Business EconomicsFISSinta 4
27BASINDO: Journal of Language Studies, Indonesian Literature, and LearningFSSinta 4
28Elementary School ridesFIPSinta 4
29Preventia: The Indonesian Journal of Public HealthFIKSinta 4
30JC-T (Journal Cis-Trans): Journal of Chemistry and Its ApplicationsFMIPASinta 4
31Journal of Economic Education (JPE)FISSinta 4
32Journal of Accounting and Business Education (JABE)FISSinta 4
33Journal of Social Studies Learning Theory and PraxisFISSinta 4
34OrthopedagogiaFIPSinta 4
35Journal of Education and Learning (JPP)LP3Sinta 4
36Al-Arabi: Journal of Teaching Arabic as a Foreign LanguageFSSinta 4
37JINOTEP (Journal of Innovation and Learning Technology): Study and Research in Learning TechnologyFIPSinta 4
38LITEFTSinta 4
39TechnoFTSinta 4
40PJI arenaFIKSinta 4
41Journal of Educational Technology StudiesFIPSinta 4
42BuildingFTSinta 4
43BIBLIOTIKA: Library and Information Studies JournalFSSinta 5
44History and CultureFISSinta 5
45J-PEK (Journal of Chemistry Learning)FMIPASinta 5
46JADECS (Journal of Arts, Design, Art Education and Culture Studies)FSSinta 5
47Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST)FTSinta 5
48Journal of Non-formal EducationFIPSinta 5
49Indonesia Performance JournalFIKSinta 5
50Journal of Learning ScienceFMIPASinta 5
51Journal DaFIna - Journal Deutsch als Fremdsprache in IndonesienFSSinta 6
52Journal of Sport ScienceFIKSinta 6
Table 6. List of Journal and Periodical Scientific Names

Educational and Learning Development Institute (LP3)

In 1999, IKIP Malang received an extension of its mandate through Presidential Decree No. 93 of 1999 dated August 4, 1999 and changed to Malang State University (UM). In line with this broadening of the mandate, the management system and organization of MUs is undergoing restructuring in all its units, from the smallest to the large units, from the administrative unit to the academic implementation unit. One form of change and commitment to education, UM established an institution that deals with the fields of education and learning. The institution in question is the Institute for Educational and Learning Development (LP3) which has been named since 1973 Learning Resources Center(LRC), this institution complements the two existing institutions, namely the Research Institute (Lemlit) and the Community Service Institute (LPM).

The existence of LP3 UM was confirmed through: (a) IKIP MALANG Rector Decree Number: 0103 / KEP / PT.28.H / O / 99, dated March 22, 1999 concerning the Establishment of Educational and Learning Development Institutions, (b) IKIP MALANG Rector Decree No. 0102 / KEP / PT.28.H / O / 99, dated 19 March 1999 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Educational and Learning Development Institutions. Then this position was further strengthened by the inclusion of LP3 in the Statute and OTK of the State University of Malang (Kepmendiknas Number: 270 / O / 1999, October 14, 1999). According to Article 38 of the Statute and UM's OTK, LP3 is an academic implementing element in the field of education and learning that functions to develop the professional abilities of lecturers in the teaching and learning process, develop study program curricula, evaluate the results of lecturer professional development and curriculum, and develop learning media. This stipulation of the LP3 institutional function lasted until 2012.

In 2012, the LP3 UM Organizational Structure based on the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture Number 30 of 2012 concerning the Organization and Work Procedure of the State University of Malang, LP3 UM has 7 (seven) Centers, 1 (one) Head of Division and 3 (three) Subsections.

In 2019, based on the Decree of the Rector of State University of Malang Number: 28.1.147-152 / UN32 / KP / 2019, dated January 28, 2019 concerning the Appointment of the Head of the Center, LP3 UM has 6 (six) centers including:

  1. Center for Curriculum and Education Development (P2KP);
  2. Center for Innovation and Learning Resources (P2ISB);
  3. Center for the Development of Religious Life and Universiter Lectures (P2KBKU);
  4. Center for Development of Work Practices and Field Experience (P2PKPL);
  5. Center for Instrumentation Development, Selection and Educational Evaluation (P2ISEP);
  6. Center for Career Counseling Development and Academic Competence (P2BK3A);


To become a leading and reference research and development institution in Indonesia and known to the world.


  • Developing innovative learning systems that are relevant to learning in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Develop learning innovations and learning resources in accordance with the development of science and technology.
  • Organizing teacher professional education, work practices, career guidance and counseling, and character education.
  • Organizing training to increase the competence of academics in carrying out learning and academic services.


  • The realization of standardized research-based curriculum and learning activities
  • Produce learning resources and media that are developed based on research results.
  • The realization of a religious life based on principles rohmatan lil alamen.
  • Producing students with character and having a strong knowledge base that is needed for further study in the field of knowledge and skills occupied.
  • The implementation of educational and non-educational field experience practices that are able to provide practical experience and experience solving problems in society for students.
  • The realization of guidance and counseling services that can help students achieve optimal learning outcomes and choose and develop careers appropriately.
  • Producing PPG graduates who are smart, competitive, independent and able to develop professionally.

Six Centers as completeness of LP3 UM carry out the following functions:

  1. Center for Curriculum and Education Development (P2KP)
    P2KP is a service center that aims to improve the quality of education and learning in undergraduate, master, doctoral and vocational programs, both for educational and non-educational programs at MUs. In detail, P2KP aims to (1) review and develop guidelines for developing, implementing, and evaluating curriculum in all study programs, (2) evaluating curriculum implementation in all study programs, (3) developing guidelines and standards for learning tools at MUs, (4) ) study and develop systems and models of learning tools for lectures, and (5) study and develop learning models for theoretical and practical lectures. In addition, P2KP UM also provides instructional training services for the Instructional Engineering Skills Improvement program (PEKERTI) and Applied Approach (AA) for UM lecturers and partner institutions, and carry out cooperation with partners / stakeholders for assessment and development of education and learning.
  2. Center for Innovation and Learning Resources (P2ISB)
    P2ISB is responsible for services to students regarding the findings and implementation of innovative learning development programs to increase the effectiveness of the implementation of the 2018 Curriculum. Innovative learning with the latest technology, information and communication networks, has begun its implementation as a whole throughout MUs in 2019 and will continue to develop with using "online toolsWhich is updated all the time. Various programs are made to accommodate and develop the creativity of lecturers in teaching students as well as strengthening character and forming a superior attitude for prospective graduates who will enter the world of work.

    P2ISB services are also strengthened by online communication, by utilizing the latest digital and based learning resources big data. The creation of digital-based learning resources, especially those resulting from research, is P2ISB's flagship program. Various trainings are also held for lecturers in order to provide the best service to students, in the form of innovative learning in accordance with the characteristics of the needs and demands of employment in the IT era. Expanding access to the database of learning resources as well as scientific research and development will also be the main program for the next few years.
  3. Center for the Development of Religious Life and Universiter Lectures (P2KBKU)
    P2KBKU is one of the LP3 UM organs which aims to develop the confidence and character of students and other academicians to become religious people who have commitment, consistency and tolerance towards the practice of their beliefs in life. The religious life development program organized by P2KBKU includes (1) seminars and religious studies to increase belief and harmony in religious life, love religion, country and nation while still respecting and respecting adherents of other religions, (2) deepening religious insight, (3) ) develop studies of religious life with principles multy cultural harmony. Character development activities are carried out by organizing (1) life-based university learning that combines educational theories with the latest developments in science and technology (IPTEK), (2) various seminars and character education studies, and (3) developing learning innovations in the context of increasing the character of diversity and statehood.
  4. Center for Development of Work Practices and Field Experience (P3PKPL)
    P3PKPL is a field practice service center for students regarding the mastery of their scientific abilities in the form of implementing academic expertise in field institutions outside the campus related to their respective study programs, both educational and non-educational study programs including PPG students. Support for student work practice and field experience is provided in the form of on-campus provisioning and training, among others; (1) Guidance Training for Work Practice Advisory Lecturers, KPL, and PPL, (2) Training for Civil Service Teachers for Practical Work, KPL and PPL, (3) Training Lesson Study for Students, Field Supervisors, and Pamong Teachers, (4) Coordination of the implementation of Work Practices, KPL and PPL with field parties. P3PKPL has collaborated a lot with external parties to support the programs being implemented, namely schools, private companies and state-owned companies, vocational training centers, language centers, education and training centers, the Education and Culture Office throughout Indonesia. In addition, cooperation is also carried out with Indonesian schools abroad, namely Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
  5. Center for Instrumentation Development, Selection and Educational Evaluation (P2ISEP)
    P2ISEP is a service center at LP3 UM which aims to assist institutions in developing a variety of innovative instruments and analyzes of various educational and educational evaluation data, personnel (lecturers and staff) and institutional management to achieve superior work performance. In the field of instrument development, P2ISEP is tasked with developing a variety of instruments for students, lecturers, staff, and performance assessment and model instruments. Instruments for students include Preliminary Ability Tests, Personality Tests, Independent Selection Tests, Standard Instruments for University Courses, and Development of Life-Based Assessment Models in All Subjects. Instruments for Lecturers and Students include Non-PNS Lecturer / Student Selection Tests, Tendik Competency Tests, and Tendik Promotion Tests. Apart from Serving Instruments for Institutions. Development of Model Instruments in the form of Indonesian Language Proficiency Test Instruments (UKBI), Indonesian Language Proficiency Test for Foreign Speakers (UKBIPA), Critical Literacy Tests, Personality Test Models, Affirmation Selection Test Model for Remote Area Students, Media Literacy Tests, and Innovative Model Standard Tests for Assessment in SD, SMP and SMA.
  6. Center for Career Counseling Development and Academic Competence (P2BK3A)
    P2BK3A is one of the centers in the Education and Learning Development Institute (LP3) which acts as institutional supporting system, which functions to provide guidance and counseling services for the academic community of State University of Malang. The main objective of P2BK3A is to provide guidance and counseling (BK) services, as an effort to facilitate optimal individual development, both in aspects of career development, academics and personal life. In addition, P2BK3A also develops models, media and instruments that can support the process of excellent and superior career, academic and social counseling services. The targets of P2BK3A are students and the academic community who have problems related to lectures, self-potential development, career development and preparation for the world of work. Career counseling services and academic competence are carried out by counselor lecturers and psychologists who are members of P2BK3A and Academic Advisory Lecturers prepared by each study program for each student. In addition, P2BK3A also provides counseling services through peer assistance (peer counseling) incorporated in the container Peer Counseling Corner (PCC), which is one of the counseling service organs of P2BK3A.


LP3 UM is located at Jalan Semarang No. 5 Malang, Graha Rectorate Building, 5th Floor, H-7 and H-8 Building, Tel / Fax (0341) 587944 (direct line), or (0341) 551312, Psw. 1407, 1408; which consists of spaces: (1) Administrative Office; (2) Chairperson's Room; (3) Secretary Room; (4) Rooms for Central Heads; (5) Meeting Room; (6) Microteaching (7) Media Production; (8). Hall (Seminar); (9) Projection (Playback); (10) Studio Shooting-Recording and Audio Visual (11) PUI Room; (12) Digital Classroom Laboratory, etc.

UPT Library

UM Library is one of the technical implementation units (UPT) which underlies and supports the implementation of the tridarma of higher education. In this case the tridharma carried out by UM. The UM Library includes the Central Library at the university level and the faculty and institutional libraries in all faculties and institutions in the UM environment. Apart from that, it is also a digital library that provides digital collections that can be accessed by any library user and conventional (physical) libraries that provide print and audiovisual collections that can be used by users. Thus, the UM Library is an integrated library (blended library) which is the academic infrastructure of higher education. Furthermore, in line with the UM RIP (Master Plan for Development) and the direction of higher education policies in the era of Industrial Relovolution 4, UM Libraries are also directed as open green libraries (open ecolibrary) which provides flexibility and convenience for visitors to carry out various productive and useful academic, educational, and intellectual activities.

For this reason, the ease, flexibility and breadth of access to print collections and digital collections owned by UM Libraries will be continuously improved by developing the Integrated Library Network (SIPADU) which integrates the central library, faculties, and other institutions or work units. Apart from the central library, until now the faculty and institutional libraries have been continuously developed as an integrated part of the UM library so that users get easy, fast, and satisfying services. In addition, gradually various facilities have been developed that will allow the creation of a UM Library as a copyright house (makerspace), collaborative work spaces (co-working space), and a shared study room (co-learning space) which enables the visitors and other visitors to carry out productive and constructive activities.

As a whole, the UM Library includes buildings and open spaces which become a whole blended library and open ecolibrary. Physically, the Central Library is located in the middle of the UM campus and occupies a three-story building with a building area of 5,325 m2 . Outside the building, in this case is a green open space, there is a wide and shady garden landscape shaded by rare trees and green grass. Here there is a plaza, gazebo, and a hallway connected to the internet that can be used comfortably to access digital collections, and even for studying. Both in the building and open space, the visitors can freely and freely carry out various academic, educational, and intellectual activities in addition to recreation.

Until now, the UM Library has a collection of printed books as many as 63.608 title or 154.266 copies and local content scientific papers (MULOK) /Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) UM totaling 83.010 title. MULOK UM contains scientific thesis, final project, thesis, dissertation, and speeches of professors both in abstract and full text. Access to these works can be done via the internet at the address; In addition, since 2015 the UM Library has subscribed to international standard electronic journals that can be accessed in the UM environment either via LAN or Wifi. Apart from international journals, in the same year the UM Library also held an electronic book (e-book) with Wiley and Oxford publishers. Then since 2017 and continuing until 2018, the UM Library has subscribed to more and more widely internationally reputable electronic journals (e-journals) and electronic books (e-books) from various well-known and reputable publishers and providers, including Oxford, Cambridge, Springer, Emerald, Sage, Jstor, World Scientific Publishing, MIT Press Journal and ebook from ebrary-proquest. (E-Book Central - Proquest database). In 2019, UM Libraries also extended the access period for Oxford, Wiley and Jstor. Overall, there are thousands of types of electronic journals with international reputation with hundreds of thousands of copies that can be accessed via LAN or Wifi in the UM campus environment with the address or the account of each user (UM academic community).

For physical services, UM library provides 64.5 hours / week service which is supported by a staff of 35 people consisting of librarians and administrative staff. Lending library materials are served at the time the service has been provided, namely Monday – Friday service at 07.30-19.00, while Saturday from 08.00-15.00. This number has exceeded the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) for Higher Education Libraries which determine the minimum number of hours of service is 54 hours / week. In the case of semester breaks, the service is still opened with certain arrangements that do not reduce the convenience of visitors. Until now, various types of services have been provided by the UM Library, namely circulation services (borrowing books through self-service lending); pure reference services, scientific work services (MULOK UM in the form of thesis, thesis and dissertation), and services book of reserve; serial services in the form of tracking and utilizing journal and magazine articles; information retrieval services for permustaka; short training services for the use of electronic journals for visitors at the department or study program or other work units; photocopy service; academic literacy activities combined with a cafe named Library cafe; reading room and discussion room services; free internet service access and hotspots in the building (during office hours) and around the library building (for 24 hours); digital library services that can be accessed through the accounts of each library; inter-library utilization services (MILL, FKP2TN, and FPPTI); and limited academic conference and meeting room facilities.

Apart from the aforementioned services, the implementation of web-based UM Library Services with online services 7 x 24 hours / week and has developed itself as a web-based library with the concept of digital-library which until the end of 2019 were visited by 10,331,482 visitors. The UM Library has developed a virtual-based reference service through the development of the Let's Talk application which is available on the UM Library website. In addition, the UM Library has several official accounts on several social media, including Facebook (, Instagram ( ), and Twitter (@perpustaka_um). UM Libraries make use of social media applications in order to publish various activities and information about library services as well as virtually bridging interactions between libraries and users.

In order to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of ICT-based library service performance, until the end of 2019, UM Libraries have developed 25 applications to carry out various purposes. These applications include Circulation of Scientific Works, E-book Gardens, Service Satisfaction Surveys, Independent Lockers, Information TV, Book Stock Opname, Upload Independent Scientific Work and so on. The development of various library applications will always be improved both in terms of quality and quantity in order to improve the quality of UM Library services in a sustainable manner. In 2019, UM Libraries began to implement RFID technology (Radio Frequency Iden­tification) which replaces the role of barcode in library material circulation services. The application of RFID technology to library collections can increase the efficiency and effectiveness of library services and as a preventive measure for theft of library collections.

In the context of sustainable development, UM Library participates as a Garuda portal contributor (Garba Reference Digital) with the website address By the end of 2012, UM through the library had sent 24,000 indicative files (thesis, and dissertation data), most of which were completed with abstracts to the Garuda portal. In addition, UM Libraries also participate in Indonesia OneSearch which is coordinated by the National Library of Indonesia. The involvement of UM Libraries in Indonesia One Search is increasing every year, with contributions until the end of 2019 in total 205.563 content has been indexed automatically. Occupying second place top contributors universities in Indonesia, or rank first for LPTK. ( This participation is proof that UM Library wants to create a national main catalog by continuing to maintain server stability so that it can be accessed at any time by Indonesia Onesearch. Likewise, in 2015 the UM Library collaborated with the National Library of Indonesia to mutually utilize and support library materials so that library material services for library users in the UM Library became even better. Until 2019, UM Libraries have collaborated with several university libraries and school libraries, including STAIN Pare-pare South Sulawesi and the School Libraries at the Pawyatan Daha Foundation - Kediri.

Not only playing a national scale role, UM Libraries are also administrators for managing institutional data in the worldcat; a world master catalog site under OCLC (Online Computer Library Center). Until 2019, UM student theses and dissertations had been automatically indexed via worldcat 142,384 content. UM library functions as admin and maintains server stability for the process updating data berjalan sesuai prosedur. Dengan bergabungnya Perpustakaan UM di Worldcat menandakan bahwa ke depan koleksi yang dimiliki Perpustakaan UM, keseluruhan di indeks oleh Worldcat ( Di sisi lain, Perpustkaaan UM berperan untuk pengelolaan jurnal yang terindex via worldcat seperti yang telah dilakukan oleh Jurusan Sastra Indonesia Fakultas Sastra UM, dengan jurnal ISLLAC: Journal of Intensive Studies on Language, Literature, Art, and Culture.

UM library continues to develop itself as a library that becomes the pillar of the Tridharma of Higher Education. For this reason, along with digitalization and development of digital learning, UM Libraries also strengthen digital services in addition to conventional services. Therefore, all library collection data has been uploaded on the web with the site; Thus the library collection data can be accessed via the web for 24 hours continuously. During 2019, the number of visitors who came directly to the central library was a number 143.501. As for the digital library during 2019 the number of hits has reached 45.840.000 visitors, with details of 13,500,000 visiting; 2,040,000 visited; 11,200,000 visited; 17,000,000 visiting; and were visited by 2,100,000 visitors. (; Google Webmaster Tool; and Google Analytic)

UPT Information and Communication Technology Center (ICT Center)

The Information and Communication Technology Center (ICT Center) was formed based on the Decree of the Rector of the State University of Malang number 0117 / KEP / H32 / KL / 2008 dated February 18, 2008, which is an extension of the status improvement and development of the UPT Computer Center function.

Based on the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 30 of 2012 concerning the organization and work procedures of the State University of Malang, the UPT Center for Information and Communication Technology (UPT PTIK) is a technical implementation unit in the field of development and management of information and communication technology, in carrying out daily tasks. -day coordinated by the Vice Chancellor IV.

UPT PTIK has the task and function of carrying out: (1) preparation of UPT PTIK plans, programs and budgets, (2) development of information and communication technology, (3) management of information and communication technology, (4) providing information and communication technology services for management universities and educational programs, research and community service, and the implementation of administrative affairs of UPT PTIK.

In line with the development of the academic system and the development of UM institutions, UPT PTIK will continue to develop, refine and evaluate programs that have been developed by ICT Developers. The development program that will be implemented includes: development of information systems, electronic learning systems, digital library systems, ICT governance systems and ICT support systems which consist of developing ICT infrastructure and infrastructure in accordance with the needs of UM academicians.

UPT Pancasila Study Center (P2P)

The Center for Pancasila Studies is the Technical Implementation Unit (UPT) in the field of developing and studying Pancasila. The Center for Pancasila Studies was formerly known as the Pancasila Laboratory which was founded on July 5, 1967 at the initiative of the Rector's official at that time, namely Prof. Colonel Dardji Darmodiharjo, SH and supported by 15 Pancasila Lecturers. The Pancasila Laboratory was then inaugurated by the Decree of the Rector of IKIP Malang Number: BUM.725 / 1967, dated October 12, 1967.

Initially, the Pancasila Laboratory was established with the intention of developing ideas and thoughts that support the implementation of Pancasila and the 1945 Republic of Indonesia Constitution in a pure and consistent manner. As it is known, that in the pre and post G30S / PKI rebellions, the notion of Marxism-Leninism-Communism-atheism that threatened the integrity and survival of the Indonesian nation had developed. Therefore, the Government and the community are determined to develop thoughts and movements in the context of implementing Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in a pure and consistent manner. The Pancasila Laboratory of IKIP Malang is an institution that has the task and function of assessing, developing, educating, cultivating, and preserving the values of Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution. To carry out these functions, the Pancasila Laboratory has carried out a series of activities, including: (1) Development Pancasila Education Curriculum and Citizenship Education for all levels of education; (2) Writing textbooks and supporting books for Pancasila Education and Civic Education for all levels of education; (3) Providing services and consultations (clearing house) concerning Pancasila for teachers and lecturers of Pancasila Education and Citizenship Education as well as other parties from both the government and the general public; (4) Conduct studies and development (research and development) strategically cooperate with state institutions and government agencies; (5) Writing books in the field of Philosophy of Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution for both the general public and the academic environment; and (6) Disseminating thoughts and ideas related to nationalism through various scientific forums and consultations.

Along with the expansion of the mandate of the IKIP Malang, based on the Presidential Decree No. RI. 93 of 1999, August 4, 1999, concerning the Expansion of the Mandate of the IKIP Malang to become the State University of Malang, the Pancasila Laboratory of IKIP Malang became the Pancasila Laboratory of the State University of Malang. Furthermore, based on the Minister of Education and Culture Regulation No. 30 of 2012 concerning the Organization and Work Procedure of State University of Malang, the Pancasila Laboratory of State University of Malang was changed to the Center for Pancasila Studies, State University of Malang.


Become a superior and trusted institution in development, assessment; as well as the pure and consistent culture of Pancasila values and the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia.


  • To study, develop and cultivate the Pancasila philosophy as the ideological system of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia;
  • To study, develop and cultivate the values of Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in the life of the nation and state properly and seriously;
  • Assess and develop the personality of Indonesian citizens who are loyal and proud of the nation and the Republic of Indonesia;
  • Developing character education and national culture through studies and community service activities;
  • Building a healthy organization in order to strengthen transparency governance and public image towards a productive, innovative and autonomous Pancasila Study Center.

Organizational structure

Organizationally, the UPT Center for the Study of Pancasila is under the responsibility of the Chancellor, who in carrying out daily tasks is coordinated by the Vice Rector I with guidance from the Advisory Team. In carrying out its duties and functions, the Pancasila Study Center is led daily by the Head of the UPT Pancasila Study Center as the Head of the Development Team and assisted by all lecturers in the State University of Malang who are members of 7 (seven) fields of study and development, namely Field Study and Development. : (1) Law and administration; (2) Philosophy and Religion; (3) History and Culture; (4) Education and Learning; (5) Politics, Governance and Public Policy; (6) Social Economy and Environment; and (7) Human Resources and Women.

UPT Quality Assurance Unit (SPM)

The Quality Assurance Unit (SPM) was originally named the Quality Assurance Agency (BPM) which was formed by the Rector's Decree Number 003a / KEP / J36 / HK / 2006. SPM was formed in line with the new paradigm of higher education as outlined in the Long-Term Higher Education Development Framework (KPPTJP). According to the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 30 of 2012 concerning Organization and Management of UM, as an institution, SPM as a Technical Implementing Unit (UPT) has the task of carrying out matters of quality assurance of education, research, and community service at UM. The SPM Organizational Structure consists of a Chairman, administrative subsection, and a group of functional positions / technical personnel. To strengthen the performance of SPM, through UM Chancellor Decree Number 20.1.51 / UN32 / KP / 2020 of 2020 concerning the Malang State University Quality Assurance Team, the SPM team plus a secretary and five field coordinators, namely the field (a) National Accreditation, (b) International Accreditation, (c) Standardization, (d) Quality Audit, and (e) Data and Information. With this OTK, the SPM leadership is assisted by a Head of Subdivision, a Secretary, five Field Coordinators, and four staff (PUMK, PPU, data, and general assistants).

Since 2007, a quality assurance unit (UPM) and a quality assurance group (GPM) were formed which are located in the faculties and departments. Like SPM, UPM / GPM is an academic functional unit in the faculty which is a partner of faculty / department leaders in the implementation of quality assurance in the academic field.

The main task of internal quality assurance in the academic field is carried out by (a) formulating quality standards based on the vision and mission, (b) implementing the set standards, (c) carrying out monitoring to find obstacles and obstacles to program implementation, (d) carrying out self-evaluation to meet - recognize the objective conditions (strengths and weaknesses) of yourself, (e) carry out internal audits to determine the achievement of standards, and (f) formulate corrective measures and or formulate new standards in order to improve quality on an ongoing basis. The quality assurance cycle that is carried out can be described in the following chart:

Chart: Quality Assurance Cycle

The program activities that have been implemented by SPM are (1) increasing the implementation of the Competition Grant Program (PHK) including activities (a) internal monev for layoffs, (b) PIC assistance, (c) review internal dismissal proposals, and (d) internal monev workshops; (2) improvement of study program quality standards includes (a) study program quality standard workshops / preparation of study program specifications, competency maps, SOPs and work instructions for study programs / departments, (b) study program accreditation workshops, and (c) review internal program accreditation proposal; (3) achievement and improvement of standards covering (a) Internal Quality Audit (AMI) training and (b) AMI implementation; (4) improving the quality of learning which includes (a) monev for learning, (b) monev for graduation and judiciary, and (c) monev for learning; and (5) improving service satisfaction which includes (a) service satisfaction surveys and (b) employee satisfaction surveys. By implementing these programs, in 2008 MU received a certificate of appreciation from the Directorate General of Higher Education Number 3512 / D / T / 2008 for the success of implementing the internal quality assurance system (SPMI) at UM.

In its development, SPM has implemented various programs including improving human resources in the field of academic and administrative audits and increasing the implementation of quality assurance, by implementing: (1) monitoring and evaluation of learning and analysis of GPA at the judiciary; (2) carry out academic audits at faculties, postgraduate and institutions as well as study programs; (3) conducting public service satisfaction surveys in service units, namely (a) UPT Libraries, (b) Polyclinics, (c) Registration and Statistics Sub-Section, (d) Student Affairs Section, (e) Education and Evaluation Sub-section; (4) carry out administrative audits at BUK and BAKPIK; (5) conducting workshops for the preparation of accreditation forms for Diploma, Undergraduate and Postgraduate study programs; (6) provide assistance and review internal study program accreditation; (7) do workshop publication of Scientific Work; (8) conduct training and mentoring Open Journal System (OJS); (9) carry out workshop preparation of documents SAR, Asean University Network Quality Assurance (AUN-QA), (10) sending lecturers to attend the training AUN-QA in Thailand, and (11) conducting a lecturer workload evaluation (BKD) regularly on line. Various activity programs coordinated by SPM and related units at UM have succeeded in compiling Higher Education Accreditation forms (APT) and obtained an A accreditation score from BAN PT in 2020, (12) drafting of documents Roadmap UM Bureaucratic Reform, (13) preparation of a 2017 edition of the scientific paper writing guidebook, (14) conducting a survey on student satisfaction, lecturers, education staff, alumni, retirees and (15) preparation of Standard Operational Procedure (POB) documents.

UM Laboratory School

UM Laboratory School generally functions as an educational unit that provides services to the community as school services function in general. In this context, UM Laboratory Schools are encouraged to become superior schools in providing education and learning services and are consistent in producing graduates who are intelligent, faithful, devout, noble character, and highly competitive.

 In particular, the UM Laboratory School functions as an educational laboratory for UM academicians and the school community. In this context, UM Laboratory Schools are encouraged to be able to become a means to support the strengthening of professional teacher candidates, the development of educational and learning innovations, and strengthening learning resource for the school community within the framework of MW as The Learning University, as LPTK as well as a Center for Excellence in Learning Innovation.

Some of the superior programs that are being developed at UM Laboratory School include: (1) International Class Program, cooperation with University of Cam-bridge International Examination England, also strengthened by Pittsburgh University United States and Jubilee International School Jakarta; and (2) Learning approaches, models, methods and media include: mastery learning, cooperative learning, lesson study, and module systems.

The State University of Malang Educational Laboratory includes the following schools:

  1. UM Laboratory PAUD in Blitar City is located on Jalan Kartini 17, Blitar City, consisting of 8 classes, 17 teachers and staff, and 111 students.
  2. KB & TK UM Laboratory is located on Jalan Magelang 2 Malang City, consisting of 5 classes, 21 teachers and staff, and 88 students.
  3. UM Laboratory Elementary School is located at Jalan Bogor 19 Malang City consisting of 22 classes, 48 teachers and staff, and 551 students.
  4. UM Laboratory Elementary School in Blitar City is located on Jalan Ir. Sukarno 1 Kota Blitar consists of 9 classes, 24 teachers and employees, 191 students.
  5. SLB Autism UM Laboratory is located at Jalan Surabaya 6 Malang City consisting of 14 classes, 17 teachers and staff, and 38 students.
  6. Malang City UM Laboratory Middle School located at Jalan Simpang Bogor T-7 Malang consists of 25 classes, 51 teachers and staff, and 694 students.
  7. UM Laboratory Middle School in Blitar City is located on Jalan Ir. Sukarno 1 Kota Blitar consists of 3 classes, 15 teachers and employees, and 42 students.
  8. UM Laboratory High School located at Jalan Bromo 16 Malang City consists of 30 classes, 74 teachers and staff, and 892 students.

Language and Culture Center (BBB)

The Language and Culture Center (BBB) of the Faculty of Letters, UM is a special service unit in the field of study, training and learning of language and cultural arts. This service unit is managed by a director who is assisted by two administrative executives under the direction and coordination of the Dean of the Faculty of Letters, UM. Academic staff are lecturers of the English Department and several alumni. Administrative service hours are Monday to Thursday 08.00-15.00, Friday 08.00-14.30. Meanwhile, the test will be held on Friday, Saturday and / or Sunday.

The programs implemented by BBB include:

  1. Organizing Foreign Language Courses, including TOEFL Preparation, IELTS Preparation, General English, Maharatul Lughah Al 'Arabiyah, Deutch.
  2. Organizing Foreign Language Proficiency Tests, including IELTS Test, ITP TOEFL, English Proficiency Test, Ikhtibaratul Lughah Al 'ArabYes.
  3. Document translation, including diplomas, transcripts, birth certificates, letters of recommendation, marriage certificates, etc.

BBB collaborates with several institutions in conducting tests, for example IALF Surabaya for the IELTS Test and IIEF Jakarta for the ITP TOEFL. This collaboration is proof that BBB is one of the providers of international standard tests.

Archives Center

The background for the establishment of the Archives Unit is Law Number 7 of 1971 and Decree of the Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment Number 09 / KEP / M.PAN / 2002, dated June 6, 2006 with a Rector Decree Number 0398 / KEP / J36 / OT / 2006 stipulated Establishment of the University Archives Unit as an Active Archives and Static Archives Management Unit. In 2009 the UM Archives Unit received an award from the Minister of National Education as the best tertiary institution within the Ministry of National Education in the field of archives (Minister of Education Decree No. 069 / P / 2009 dated 12 August 2009). On January 2, 2014, with the Rector's Decree Number 17 of 2014, the establishment of the Technical Implementation Unit for the Archives Center of the State University of Malang was established.

The journey of the Archives Unit has carried out various activities related to providing technical guidelines for archiving management, coaching, correcting (shrinking archives) and acquisition of work unit archives, as well as providing archiving services to academics and the general public which include: Technical Guidance, Internships, Research, Observation, Consultation , PPL / PKL / Internship for students and students, borrowing archives / documents; with the hope of being able to prepare basic components to meet the criteria or minimum standards of the University Archives or the University Archives Center as a response / fulfillment of Law Number 43 of 2009, Article 145 and the policy of the Ministry of National Education of 2009 that every PTN / PTS should form a University Archives Center (University Archives).

In an effort to prepare the basic components and fulfillment criteria for the establishment of the UPT Archives Center, the management and organization of archives at the State University of Malang are as follows:


Making archives as a source of information in the fields of education, research and application of science and technology.


  • Organizing superior archive management to produce quality and efficient information in both the educational and non-educational fields.
  • Carrying out research and development of science to produce superior academic work and can be a reference in the field of management of educational archives and non-educational archives.
  • Applying science and technology in archive management for the benefit of the nation.
  • Collaborating with various parties to improve the quality of the performance of archivists and work unit archive managers.
  • Empower archivists and work unit archive managers to improve the role and image of MUs.
  • Build a system of transparency, autonomy and accountability of work units.


  • Providing academic and administrative services for the availability of data / information contained in documents / archives needed by students, teaching staff, education staff, and the wider community.
  • Realizing principled university governance good govermance through central archive management.


Image Enhancement, and "Working for the Nation".


The Archive Center Institution of State University of Malang has been administratively formed based on the Rector's Decree Number 17 of 2014 concerning the Establishment of the Technical Implementation Unit of the Archive Center, but operationally until now this archiving institution has not been established.

Main Duties and Functions of the Archives Center

Main Duties and Functions of the UM Archives Center are (1) Formulating work programs for the development of archives; (2) Developing archival Human Resources (HR) development work programs; (3) Arranging guidelines for archiving; (4) Improving the archival information system; (5) Managing active, inactive, static, and / or permanent records; (6) Carry out an assessment of shrinkage and destruction of archives; (7) Carry out an ongoing improvement of archives and acquisition of work unit records; (8) Carry out preservation activities, media transfer, and archive maintenance (inactive / static / permanent); (9) Carry out active, inactive, and static archive loan service activities; (10) Carry out regular guidance and supervision of the management of work unit records and the performance of archivists; (11) Human Resources Development Archives-aris / Work Unit Archives Manager; (12) Improve competence and create high competitiveness for functional archivists and work unit archive managers; (13) Carrying out technical guidance activities, internships, workshops, seminars, education and training for higher education archives; (14) Coordinating in the field of archives with the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, the National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia (ANRI), and the Archives of East Java Province.

Archive Services

Services in the field of archives that have been carried out by the Archive Center to the academic community of State University of Malang and the general public, include: Consultation, Internships, Technical Guidance, Student Research, Student Observation, PPL / PKL / Internship for students and students, and borrowing archives / documents. The government / private institutions and / or agencies that have collaborated in the field of archives include: UB, UNS, UNAIR, UIN, POLTEK, VEDC, UNITRU, IPB, UNNES, UNJ, UNY, UNLAM, East Java Archives Agency, Central Java Archives Agency. , East Java Region Private Universities, UM Academic Community, and the general public.

To support the achievement of document / archive management and storage at State University of Malang: (1) Archive building / room for: guest services, reading room, archive borrowing service, and archive processing. (2) Facilities and Infrastructure.

Human resources managing work unit archives in the State University of Malang are 141 people including: Bureau (20 people), Faculties and Postgraduate (86 people), Institutions (8 people), Technical Implementing Units (6 people) and Non-Structural Work Units (21 people). While the functional archivist is 13 archivists with levels of positions: 1 executive archivist, 7 advanced executive archivist, 1 supervisory archivist, 2 young archivists, and 2 intermediate archivists.

A team has formed a coaching and supervision of archives within UM, including: 1) Archive Acquisition Team, Coaching and Supervision of Correspondence and Archives Administration. 2) Archives and Archivist Staff Development. 3) Technical Team for Assessing Credit Score for the Position of Archivist

Records Management

Archives management consists of (1) Archival Guidelines, namely: Dynamic Records Management; Static Archives Management; Archive Acquisition; Use of Paper for High-Value Archives; Substantive and Facilitative Archives Retention Schedule (JRA); Records Retention Schedule (JRA) Finance and Personnel; Archive Assessment; Archive Destruction; Archivist Code of Ethics; Administration. (2) Archival Information System can be accessed via (3) Arrangement of archives and or archive acquisitions There were 48 work units for the period 2008-2016 (23 work units). (4) Archives existing in the University Archives Center comes from the acquisition of work unit archives with the following classifications: a) Law / Government Regulation / Decree / Central Government Circular. b) Chancellor's Regulations, Chancellor's Decree, Chancellor Policy. c) Guidelines / Juklak / Juknis. d) Report on the Implementation of the Tridarma of Higher Education. e) Routine and Development Reports. f) Plans, Programs and Development. g) Establishment of Institutions / Work Units: Universities, Faculties, Institutions, UPT, Non-Structural, Sub-Work Units, Foundations, Schools. h) Educator Files: Educator / Lecturer Files, Professor's Files, Non-Permanent Lecturer Files, Lecturer Retirement Files. i) Administrative and Functional Personnel Files. j) Cooperation between Higher Education, Level I and II Regional Governments, Government and Private Institutions / Agencies. k) Establishment of Study Programs: Extension Program, Diploma 2 Program (DII), Diploma 3 Program (DIII), Undergraduate Program (S1), Masters Program (S2), Doctoral Program (S3) l) Accreditation of Institutions and Faculties. m) File files of Malang / UM IKIP students. n) Building and Building Documents. o) Slide Film. p) Research Report. q) Documents / archives of State Property. r) Building Documentation, University Activities and Guests. s) Asset Ownership Documents (building, building and land). t) Decree of the Faculty and Postgraduate Deans. u) The Chancellor's Speech. v) Inactive Archives, etc. (5) Archive digitization conducted on the types of archives that have high information use value, including: Formation of Work Units / Institutions, Formation of Study Programs, Professors, Central Government Regulations / Decisions / Policies, Chancellors, Deans, Postgraduate Directors, Collaboration , Documents of teaching staff, files of educational personnel, and other historical.

Office of International Relations (HI)

International Relations has a duty and function to assist the internationalization processes of universities through various programs, both collaborative programs recommended by the government, such as joint degree programs and double degree programs, as well as through various alternative breakthrough activities that can be pursued. International Relations carries out its duties and functions by designing, strategizing, and seeking funding and resources from within and outside the country to carry out bilateral and multilateral university foreign cooperation. Foreign cooperation includes academic and non-academic cooperation (PP No. 17/2010), namely the management of higher education, education, research, and community service (Permendiknas 26/2007).

College student International

International students are students who are not Indonesian citizens who take part in a study program at UM. Like international students who will continue their studies at universities in Indonesia, international students who will continue their studies at UM for academic programs (S1, S2, S3), professional programs, language proficiency programs, and work practice / training, and other relevant programs must apply for a study permit addressed to the Director General of Higher Education in this case the Director of Institutional Development and Community Role Empowerment by attaching:

Curriculum Vitae

  • Photocopies / copies of diplomas including academic transcripts or other appropriate documents;
  • A certificate of guarantee for financing while attending education in Indonesia in the form of Financial Statement;
  • The statement letter concerned will not work while studying in Indonesia;
  • The statement letter concerned will comply with the prevailing laws and regulations in Indonesia;
  • Color photocopy of a valid passport;
  • Recent photograph;
  • Health certificate from the competent authority;
  • Recommendations from the home university (especially for prospective trainees / practical work).

Procedures for international students who will attend UM, namely:

  • Prospective foreign students submit an application to the UM Rector through the Director of International Relations by attaching the study permit requirements as mentioned above;
  • UM Chancellor through the Director of International Relations answers or informs the person concerned whether the application is accepted or rejected based on the recommendation of the relevant unit (Faculty / Postgraduate);
  • If accepted, the person concerned will get Letter of Acceptance and Visa Recommendation Letter from UM;
  • Then, the person concerned completes the required documents for the Study Permit application process through the UM International Relations Office;
  • For programs with a duration of less than 6 months, the person concerned can apply for a visa at the local Embassy or Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia (KBRI or KJRI) (the closest to his domicile, either in his own country or outside his country), a new exit student visa can go to the Indonesian Embassy;
  • The Indonesian Embassy or Consulate General, based on the acceptance letter and visa recommendation from the university, issues the appropriate Visa (if the program duration is less than 6 months Socio-Cultural Visit Visa Type 211A;
  • Prospective students with a program duration of more than 6 months need to wait for a Study Permit to be issued to be able to process a Telex Visa for Education Type 316 to enter Indonesia;
  • The Directorate General of Higher Education will provide recommendations regarding technical academic considerations to the Secretariat General's Bureau of Foreign Cooperation (BKLN), Kemenristekdikti to be discussed with relevant agencies in the forum. Clearing House (CH);
  • BKLN Kemenristekdikti issued a study permit approval for prospective students which was addressed to the UM leadership with a copy to the person concerned.

Requirements and procedures for extending study and residence permits are:

  • Three months have not expired the Temporary Stay Permit (KITAS);
  • International students report to the UM International Relations Office for an extension of their study permit
  • Pay KITAS / VKSB to the Immigration Office

Foreign Lecturer

Foreign lecturers are teachers with citizens other than Indonesia who carry out the higher education tridharma program at UM for a certain period of time. The lecturer is required to submit a recommendation application for Foreign Workers to the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture. After obtaining permission from the Ministry of Education and Culture, the person concerned processes the IMTA with the help of the UM International Relations Office before teaching at UM. After that, just take care of KITAS at the Immigration Office.

Foreign Researcher

Foreign researchers are researchers with citizens other than Indonesia who collaborate with academics at UM to carry out their research at UM. Before carrying out research activities, these foreign researchers must process a research permit application to the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture with a recommendation from UM.

UM Printing Publishers

UM Publisher (UM Press) was founded on December 16, 1988. Has published books Elementary School, Middle School, College, and General. As a publishing institution, UM Press tries to spread knowledge in the form of book publishing with competent authors from both UM and outside UM.

Since 27 June 1989 UM Press become a member of the Indonesian Publisher Association (IKAPI) with number 059 / JTI / 89.

Apart from publishing, starting in 1992 UM Press developing printing as a production unit which at this time has grown rapidly. Apart from handling the printing of textbooks published by the State University of Malang, UM Press also able to serve orders for printed materials from work units at UM such as Education Guidelines, Scientific Journals, brochures, lecture materials, calendars, invitations, leaflet and others. Since 2014 UM Pres has merged into the Business Center of the State University of Malang and based on Rector Regulation No. 5 year 2015 Publisher and Printing officially become part of the Business Center, State University of Malang.

In developing all these activities UM Press already has several support units, including: setting unit which has several computer units; administrative unit; repro unit; and a printing unit supported by a color printing machine offset roland plano perfecting84 sakurai printing machine, machine digital printing black and white, machine digital printing color, lamination machine, porpor machine, cutting machine, and glue machine.