Classrooms and Working Spaces

PDIE is committed to offering high-quality learning environments through the provision of excellent classrooms, IT equipment, workplaces (cubical rooms) and other supporting facilities. PDIE also has laboratories (statistics, computers, Arbutus, Bloomberg, and capital market) to support doctoral students to finish their studies. Classrooms and labs can be accessed by doctoral students from 08.00 to 18.00. However, working spaces for students (cubical rooms) can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All rooms and labs are equipped with internet access and multimedia capabilities in line with the needs of the study program. PDIE also offers discussion rooms that allow students to conduct research and discussions in a more informal environment than the classroom.

All rooms are supported by up-to-date technology and equipment and Wi-Fi coverage is available across the whole University. This facility is available free of charge and enables teaching staff and students to readily use the Internet resources and internal university services. Detailed facilities can been seen at the following LINK.

Importantly, all classrooms, working spaces and other facilities are appropriately equipped for disabled students giving them barrier-free access. PDIE provides services and accommodations for students with disabilities, such as lifts, ramps and parking spaces, who present documentation of their condition.

Technical Offers

PDIE provides students with a variety of topic specific technical support to enrich course material. Students are required to be actively involved in academic forums, such as conferences, seminars, and workshops. Students also receive software utilization training (such as EndNote, Mendeley, SPSS, EVIEW, STATA, LISREL, AMOS, and PLS Warp) to support their research and publications. A colloquium is also held every semester with the aim of encouraging students to complete their dissertations as soon as possible. This technical support policy has shown to improve the competence and skills of students in mastering the latest knowledge in economics, management, and accounting as well as scientific publications. In fact, the number of students participating in international conferences and the number of scientific publications indexed by Scopus has increased yearly. In addition, PDIE students have won doctoral research grants provided by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (Higher Education).

Bloomberg financial laboratory

Library Materials (Literature, Magazines, Databases)

PDIE provides doctoral students with literature, magazines, and databases which are available in the Faculty Library and the University Library. PDIE, through the faculty (database) library, provides more than 16,954 book titles (30,428 copies). The University Library provides students with online access to e-books, e-journals, articles, and periodical publications. Books in Bahasa Indonesia and English are both available. During the semester, the regular library service hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00 – 18:00. Qualified library staff (led by a PhD librarian) are available to help students search for necessary books or journals or to access international databases. Access to relevant digital media, especially e-books and e-journals (i.e. ABI/Informa Global, Proquest, Oxford Journal, Jstor, Cambridge Journal, Science Direct, Springer, Emerald Insight and Ebsco Discovery Service), is also possible from the students’ home using an SSO account. PDIE also provides a database for research in economics, management and accounting accessible by students and teaching staff in the Bloomberg Lab. Details of collections and services of the Library can be seen here.