The University of Surabaya (Ubaya)’s history began with the desire of the founders to produce graduates who can contribute to the development of the city of Surabaya. Over time, reality proves that Ubaya presence has reached East Java, national, and even international level. The achievement was not by chance but accomplishedby sincere efforts through a series of strategic planning even through the leaps of works to be dedicated to the community.


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Ubaya organizes a Computer-Based Test

The University of Surabaya (Ubaya) organized the Academic Potential Test (TPA) for new students, which took place on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018, 1 am at the second floor of Ubaya library building


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Berebut Kursi Beasiswa Plus

Hampir seribu mahasiswa dari tujuh kampus di Surabaya berkumpul di JX International Convention Exhibition kemarin (10/7).

Ajak Delegasi Asing Menari Maumere

Universitas Surabaya (Ubaya) menjadi tuan rumah penyelenggara konferensi Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP)



Low Literacy Rate in Indonesia

May 17this annually celebrated as National Book Day. As reported by, National Library Director Muh Syarif Bando said that based on the

Nature For Water

Every country that joined the United Nations commemorates World Water Day. This commemoration is a form of countries commitment to ensuring access to water and sanitation for all

Cybercrime Before Provincial Elections

The year of 2018 is a hot year before the provincial elections (Pilkada) that will be conducted simultaneously throughout Indonesia. According to Hwian Christianto, S.H., M.H. as a lecturer of Ubaya Faculty of Law

First Experience in NUNI Staff Mobility Program

Being the first in Ubaya to experience the staff mobility program with NUNI (Nationwide University Network) Indonesia fellow members provides unique experience for The Jaya Suteja, S.T., M.Sc., Ph.D

World Food Day

October 16th, 2017 is commemorated as World Food Day. The Global Food Sustainability Index reported that Indonesia is ranked 21st of 133 countries.