Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Faculty of Agriculture

1. Land Resources Management
As an expert in: agriculture, plantation, mining, living environment, planning, financial institution/bank, agrochemical industry, consultant; working in various government agency such as: Ministry of Agriculture, Bappenas, KLH, Bapedal, BPN, research institution. Not a few also working in universities, whether its public or private. Some alumnae develop their own business independently in: survey and mapping, farming business development, government company etc.

2. Agronomy and horticulture
Private and government plantation, horticulture companies, seed industries, farm product processing, local and foreign private companies, researcher/lecturer, related government institution, banking/finance institution, agriculture consultant, entrepreneur.

3. Plant Protection
Agribusiness companies, agrochemical/pesticide companies, pest control companies, agribusiness and agrochemical entrepreneur, plant protection consultant, lecturer, researcher, reporter, environment NGO, government employees in agriculture fields (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, etc.)

4. Landscape Architecture
Consultant institution/companies and landscape architecture contractor, entrepreneur in landscape architecture, property company, tourism resort, residence/apartment/hotel resort, sport and golf resort, BAPPEDA, Ministry/Agency of Public Works, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Forestry, Gardening/Cityscape Agencies, research institutions, lecturer in universities.


Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

1. Veterinary Medicine
Employment for veterinary medicine graduate and veterinary is very diverse. This employment will broaden along with economic growth and the lifestyle advancement of society. Currently Veterinary Medicine graduate worked in several fields, among them:

  • Veterinary practice, whether in big city or rural as Independent Veterinary.
  • Researcher, consultant and lecturer in various government institution and private.
  • Civil Government Employees, in various government institution, whether in central or local.
  • Private enterprises, especially that in livestock production that related to livestock products process, and food and beverages companies.
  • Entrepreneur in livestock agribusiness, that related to input production industries, and products in various livestock commodities.
  • Police and Army.
  • Non-Government Organization (NGO) that related to profession and society empowerment


Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science

1. Technology and Management of Aquaculture
Hatchery and shrimp enlargement, pearl clam industry, various fish, clam, and seaweed cultivation industries, lecturer, researcher, bureaucrats, fish feed industries, drugs and microbiology industries, fisheries consultant, and entrepreneur.

2. Management of Aquatic Resource
Lecturer, researcher for LIPI and BPPT, environment observer, researcher, Ministry of Marine and Fisheries, Ministry of Forestry, Ministry of Mining and Energy, Health and Safety Environment, businessman in fisheries, entrepreneur, marine/fisheries and environment journalist.

3. Aquatic Products Technology
University lecturer, researcher LIPI and Litbang Ministry postharvest handling, biotechnology and fisheries products, bureaucrats beneath Ministry of Marine and Fisheries; Ministry of Industry, Ministry of Trade, Interior Ministry, Ministry of Education and Culture, and BAPPENAS, manager and supervisor of fisheries products processing production and quality control division, quality auditor in fisheries processing industries, fisheries products entrepreneur, banking,  mass media, NGO.

4. Fishing Management and Technology
Businessman and entrepreneur in fisheries industry, manager fisheries company, fisheries consultant, banking, planner and management fisheries development in government agencies, lecturer, and researcher.

5. Marine Science and Technology
Civil government employees (lecturer, researcher), private (consultant, entrepreneur, explorer, surveyor, fisheries business, marine model mapping).


Faculty of Animal Science

1. Animal Production and Technology
Government: lecturer, researcher, animal husbandry agency, local government, animal quarantine; Private: livestock insemination, livestock products processing, animal slaughterhouse, livestock products retail, animal quarantine, quality assessment agency, business analysis, market and restaurant, food service, banking; entrepreneur: livestock cultivation, livestock product processing, livestock and the products distribution and marketing.

2. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology
Academic: Lecturer/researcher, scientist, nutritionist/formulator; Business: feed producent industry, green feed producent, feed consultant, feed supplier, breeder, supervisor, field manager, technical service, banking; Government: Agriculture department, agriculture instructor, quality control, quality assurance; Group: livestock group, feed cooperation, greenery conservation, NGO.

3. Technology of Cattle Product
Entrepreneur of cattle product processing, livestock industry, technical support in livestock industry, technical service representative in livestock industry, research and development in livestock industry, feed formulator staff in livestock industry, breeding supervisor in livestock industry, public relationship in cattle product processing (private enterprise), cattle product researcher (BPPT, livestock agency, etc.)


Faculty of Forestry

1. Forest Management
Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, various education institution national or international, various research institution, PERHUTANI, INHUTANI, BUMN, BUMS, National NGO (KEHATI, TELAPAK, WALHI), International NGO (WWF, IUCN, RARE, CI,, Tropenbos), International bodies (CIFOR, ICRAF, ITTO), Independent National Organization (Forestry Profession Certification Institution Indonesia), also various private enterprises, banking, heavy machinery industry (Trakindo, United Tractor) and entrepreneur related to forestry.

2. Forest Product Technology
Government: Ministry of Forestry, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Bappenas, BKPM, Local Government; Private: wood industry, paper pulp, furniture, construction and design interior, handicraft and souvenir, perfume, pharmacy, HPH and HPHTI, BUMN, Perhutani, Inhutani; NGO, reporter.

3. Conservation of Forest Resource and Ecotourism
Ministry of Forestry, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of research and Technology, LIPI, Perhutani, Inhutani, BUMN, BUMS, national and international NGO (WWF, IUCN, RARE, CI, Tropenbos), international institution (CIFOR, ICRAF, ITTO), National Park, Botanical Garden, Zoo, Banking, Consultant.

4. Silviculture
Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Education and Culture, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resource, LIPI, regional and international institution (CIFOR, ICRAF, BIOTROP), Perum Perhutani, mining enterprises, wood enterprises, pulp and paper, entrepreneur, teacher, researcher, lecturer, consultant, forestry and environment NGO, banking, local government.


Faculty of Agricultural Technology

1. Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Equipment industry, agricultural products processing industry, plantation companies, banking and financial institutions, media fields, educational institutions / government agencies / research institutions.

2. Food Technology
Product production, research and development department and marketing of food processing and food ingredient industry, food packaging equipment industry, food service information center, food distributor, educational institution, food service industry, journalism, consultant, community empowerment, government agency, food sector entrepreneur.

3. Agricultural Industrial Engineering
National and multinational industries, technopreneurs, research institutes and university development, banking and financial institutions, government institutions.

4. Civil and Environmental Engineering
Construction companies, clean water providers and sanitation management; consulting institutions, educational institutions, institutions research and development, institution / agency / department / government, entrepreneurship.


Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

1. Statistics
Media research and planning, marketing research, political research / public opinion (quick count), financial research, banking, insurance, agricultural and environmental research, research and development (R & D) in various agencies, data management, education.

2. Applied Meteorology
College; Government institutions such as BMKG, LAPAN, BPPT, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ministry Public Works and People’s Transportation, LIPI; BUMNs such as PT. Jasa Marga, PT. Perkebunan Nusantara, Perum Perhutani; NGOs / NGOs and international agencies such as CIFOR, ICRAF, WWF, TNC, Wetland, GTZ, WHO, FAO, UNDP; Local and Private Governments (Plantation, Agroindustry); entrepreneur, journalist

3. Biology
Lecturers at public and private universities; state-owned companies and national private companies mainly engaged in the biotechnology, agriculture, beverage and food health industry; researchers in research centres, both public and private in the fields of biology, biotechnology, agriculture, health and the environment; teacher in high school and tutoring; researchers / analysts in hospitals, clinical laboratories and the like; consultant in the fields of biology, agriculture and environment; entrepreneur.

4. Chemistry
Research institutions and educational institutions (lecturers, teachers and researchers); chemical industry, food industry, pharmaceutical industry, market analysis, product management, brand development, research and development, planning, QC, waste management, export-import and entrepreneurship.

5. Mathematics
According to CareerCast, Forbex, and Fortune, 6 of the 10 best jobs are data experts, actuaries, computer systems analysts, mathematicians, software engineers, and statistics. Mathematics offers very diverse career opportunities. A Bachelor of Mathematics can have a career in various fields that require strong quantitative analysis and abilities, such as education, research, insurance / actuarial, finance / banking, investment, sales research, information technology, management, operations research, and of course you can continue your studies to postgraduate level.

6. Computer Science

  • Database administrators, network administrators, information technology project administrators, server administrators
  • System analysts, back-end developers, front-end developers
  • Data scientist, information technology consultant
  • Security engineer, software architect, quality assurance software
  • Software tester, startup founder.
  • UI designers, UX designers.
  • Researcher, teacher

7. Physics

  • Research institutions: BATAN, LAPAN, BPPT, LIPI;
  • College (Lecturer): State and Private Universities;
  • Industry: Manufacturing, Automotive, IT, Petroleum;
  • BUMN: PLN and Telkom;
  • Secondary School

8. Biochemistry
Various companies that use biochemical processes or biological systems (microbes) in the production of raw materials from natural sources (including: production of MSG and fermented / processed milk); Itopharmaca based agribusiness company; Government agencies (BPOM) and research institutions (including: Medicinal and Aromatic Research Institute, Center for Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources Research, Biotechnology Research Center-LIPI, Science and Technology Research Center, Eijkman Molecular Biology Institute); Educational institutions (tertiary and upper secondary levels).

9. Actuarial
An Actuarial Bachelor can pursue a career as an Actuary Appraiser (Pricing Actuaries), Actuary Consultant (Consulting Actuaries), or Actuary Pension Fund (Pension Actuaries). In Indonesia actuaries generally work in industry / life insurance institutions, general insurance, social insurance, reinsurance, sharia life insurance, actuarial consultants, pension funds, investment / exchanges, finance / banking, education, management consultants, Ministry of Finance, Financial Services Authority (OJK), Bank Indonesia (BI), Deposit Insurance Agency (LPS), Social Security Organizing Agency (BPJS).


Faculty of Economics and Management

1. Economic development
Government agencies (Bappenas, Ministry of Finance, LGs, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Public Works, BPKP) and the private sector (ASTRA, Sinar Mas, BEI); Bank Indonesia (BI), the Financial Services Authority (OJK); Banking (Bank Mandiri, BNI, BRI, Bank Niaga, Bank Muamalat, Bank Syariah Mandiri, etc.); Research institutes (LIPI, Intercafe, INDEF), BUMN, universities, entrepreneurs.

2. Management
Become a professional manager in various fields (HR Manager ,ager Accounting, Production Manager, and Marketing Manager); Become an independent entrepreneur; Being a central and regional government apparatus, NGOs, consultants and researchers; Become a professional worker in various financial institutions both public, national and multinational private sector and BUMN.

3. Agribusiness
Independent entrepreneurship in various agribusiness businesses; Professional managers in various agribusiness businesses; Government officials (central and local), NGO advocates for farmers and agribusiness entrepreneurs, agribusiness consultants, and / or agribusiness researchers; Managerial staff in bank and non-bank financial institutions related to agribusiness activities.

4. Resource and Environmental Economics
Researchers, lecturers, consultants, bureaucrats, private sector, NGOs in the field of agricultural economic economics, environment and environment.

5. Sharia Economy
Islamic financial institutions (banking, insurance, pawnshops), public sector (central and regional government); private sector (business world, NGOs, international institutions).


Faculty of Human Ecology

1. Nutrition Science
Plans for the implementation of government institutions (BAPEDA, BKP, Ministry of Health, etc.); Consultants in the fields of food, nutrition and health; Researchers in the fields of nutrition, food and health; Food industry in product developer, quality control; Nutritionists in hospitals and the food industry, as well as educators.

2. Family and Consumer Sciences
Managers of family, child and consumer empowerment programs in government / private institutions (BKKBN, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, Ministry of Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Areas and Transmigration, YLKI, NGOs, Corporate CSR etc.); Industrial consulting services in the field of family, child development and consumers; Managers / educators in early childhood education institutions; Academic staff and researchers in the field of family, child development and consumers; “Customer service / complain” handling staff.

3. Communication and Community Development

  • Planners and organizers of Corporate Social Responsibility programs in both national and multi-national companies engaged in the agriculture, forestry, plantation, banking, industrial, energy and mining sectors.
  • Activists in actions of empowerment, community development and poverty alleviation carried out by government agencies, donor agencies, or non-governmental organizations, Consultants on Social Issues.
  • Policy planners and organizers of agricultural extension programs, business communications, mass communication and development communications.
  • Researchers in research institutions and / or lecturers in universities, as well as regional and central government officials.
  • Journalists or journalists in print or electronic media.
  • Quality human resources in information technology companies, internet provider companies; science production houses, television stations, event organizers, and public relations.


School of Business

Graduates of the Bachelor of Business Study Program are not only designed to master the theoretical concepts of business and business planning but are also able to start new businesses and develop business development strategies. With the knowledge gained during college, graduates of the Bachelor of Business Study Program can take part in becoming young entrepreneurs, business designers, business consultants and assistants (marketing, finance and human resources), business developers, social entrepreneurs, credit and financial analysts. In addition, graduates can work as professionals / executives in companies or as entrepreneurial policy makers in government agencies and SOEs.

Vocational School

Vocational School graduates are designed to master the ability to carry out complex work including skills in planning and carrying out certain activities and solving problems with independent responsibilities, having managerial skills, supervision and guidance and being able to keep up with the development of knowledge and technology in their fields of expertise.  In addition, it is expected that Vocational School graduates can meet industry needs both in terms of competence and number.  With the knowledge gained during college period, Vocational School graduates can take part in becoming entrepreneurs, first-line managers, supervisors, middle accounting technicians or middle-level experts in agriculture, marine and tropical biosciences according to the world of work (link and match).