In accordance with Regulation No. 154/2000, IPB’s organization consists of Board of Trustees, Academic Senate, Board of Auditors, Rector, Vice Rectors, Deans, Vice Deans, Heads of Institution, Institution Secretary, Directors and Head of the Sub-directorates. In addition, IPB also has a library director and heads of other supporting elements, namely laboratories, workshops, studios, information centers, experiment gardens and security units and other necessary forms. IPB also has commercial business units whose leaders are appointed and dismissed by as well as responsible to Rector.

In accordance with Decree No. 55/MWA-IPB/2007, IPB also has Board of Professors, Executive Secretary, Treasurer, Offices, and the Diploma Programs. Based on the considerations according to the existing law, the result of organizational studies, benchmarking, and discussions with the faculty and department leaders of IPB, the organizational structure of IPB was established through the decision of MWA Number 77/MWA-IPB/2008 on February 1, 2008.

In the organization, administrative activities are centralized to the central office, while academic activities (education, research and community service) are decentralized to the Departments and Research Centers. The Departments and Centers become the spearhead in the Tridharma (three main responsibilities) of IPB. Business activities are professionally managed in a common mechanism in limited companies. However, the department and centers are encouraged to generate income through the auxiliary enterprise activities in accordance with their competence and expertise.

In their operational activities, Rector and Vice Rector are assisted by administrative units in the form of Offices and Directorates as follows:
1. Directorates under the coordination of Vice Rector for Academic and Student Affairs

* Directorate of Educational Administration
* Directorates of Academic Assessment and Development
* Directorate of Student Affairs
* Directorate of Career Development and Alumni Relations

2. Directorate under the coordination of Vice Rector for Human Resource and Development

* Directorate of Finance
* Directorate of Human Resource
* Directorate of Facilities and Property
* Directorate of Planning and Development

3. Directorate under the coordination of Vice Rector for Research and Cooperation

* Directorate of Research and Strategic Studies
* Directorate of International Program and Cooperation

4. Directorate under the coordination of Vice Rector for Business and Communication

* Directorate of Business and Partnership
* Directorate of Communication and Information System

5. Office under the coordination of Rector

* Executive Secretariat
* Office of Internal Audit
* Office of Law and Organization
* Office of Quality Management

To meet the needs in the transitional period of BHMN (State-Owned Legal Body), IPB has improved its organization changing directorates and offices into 12 directorates and 4 offices as follows:

1. Directorate of Educational Administration
2. Directorate of Academic Studies and Development
3. Directorate of Student Affairs
4. Directorate of Career Development and Alumni
5. Directorate of Finance
6. Directorate of Human Resources
7. Directorate of Facilities and Property
8. Directorate of planning and development
9. Directorate of Research and Strategic Studies
10. Directorate of Cooperation and International Program
11. Directorate of Business and Partnership
12. Directorate of Communication and Information System
13. Executive Secretariat
14. Office of Internal Audit
15. Office of Law and Organization
16. Office of Quality Management

To facilitate the task of Rector and Vice Rector, an Executive Secretary is appointed in charge of coordinating Public Relations (PR), Public Administration, and Protocol. The Graduate School is led by a Dean. Deans in IPB are assisted by Vice Deans. A Library is managed by a Head of library. LPPM (Institution for Research and Community Services) is led a Head, Vice and a Secretary. Two Vice Heads of LPPM are responsible for Research Division and Community Service Division.

Vision and Mission


"To become a leading research-based university in the world with the major competence in tropical agriculture, biosciences, and possessing entrepreneurial characteristics"


1. Conducting high quality higher education and comprehensive supervision of students for the purpose of promoting the nation's competitiveness.
2. Developing science and technology based on the current needs of the communities and the future trends.
3. Building a system of higher education management having the characteristics of entrepreneurship, effectiveness, efficiency, transparency and accountability.
4. Promoting the formation of civil society on the basis of truth and human rights.

Objectives and Motto


To produce qualified graduates capable of developing and applying science and technology.

To develop scientific and technological innovation for the improvement of national development and the welfare of mankind.

To establish IPB as power for moral force of the entire Indonesian civil society.

To respond to the dynamic changes which occur in society over time and changed community needs.

" Searching and Serving The Best "

Quality Statement
Through high commitment to the quality, high efficiency and accountability, IPB produces graduates who

Symbol and Flag

IPB’s Logo

This Shows IPB growing as an education institute source of knowledge and technology and it will advance, grow and get well doing of college’s tree obligation that based of five principles. The logo consists of text (Institut Pertanian Bogor), a five leaves tree and an open book which are all lined by a white circle on a blue background. Blue background means that IPB is all inclusive science and technology: pics of opened book means IPB as a knowledge source. Circle means that there’s no limit for knowledge, alwasy developed and improved. Growed tree subs from the book means college’s tree obligation, five leaves means first five faculties when IPB grew up and tree obligations based on five principles, called Pancasila.

IPB’s Flag

IPB’S yellow flag with logo of IPB based blue colour in the middle.Agriculture Faculty’s Flag is green, Veterinary Medicine faculty’s flag is violet, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty is blue, Animal Husbandry Faculty is brown, Forestry Faculty is grey, Agricultural Technology is red, Math and Natural Science is white, Economy and Management is orange, Human Ecology is tosca green all have white IPB logo in the middle in every flag excep Mathematics and Natural Science have a blue IPB logo in the middle.

Code of Ethics
Code of Ethics are ethics rules that apply to all citizens of IPB and IPB requires every citizen to behave as follows:

Be honest in performing their tasks and activities, both as a lecturer, a student and as a supporting staff of academic and administrative staff

Polite in dress, behave and speak words

Disciplined in carrying out tasks IPB

Complying with all provisions of laws and regulations that apply, both within and outside the campus

Maintain good name and integrity of the IPB.

Campus Life
The welcoming gate to the Darmaga Campus of IPB is the first landmark for the students who will attend lectures of IPB in Darmaga. The campus is located in the western border of Bogor City and Bogor regency, and surrounded by 14 villages that offer approximately 1300 rented houses / rooms or boarding houses to accommodate almost 25 000 students of IPB.

For new students of IPB, getting accommodation is not to worry about. In their first year they are required to stay in the student dormitory with a capacity of 3000 for male and female students. Near the dorm supporting facilities are available such as canteens, cafeteria, restaurants, public hones, computer rental, chemists’ and kiosks /shops selling daily needs.

The student dormitory is not just a place to stay, but more importantly it is a medium for the academic and multicultural guidance program. This program is intended to facilitate the students to adapt to campus life, student affairs and development of soft skills, such as communication, organization, and understanding of cultural diversity. For such purposes, the dormitory of the first year students is equipped with a coaching organization called the Management Body to deal with Academic Programs, Multi Cultural Program and the First-Year Student Dormitory, which consists of Head Dormitory, Unit Manager and Dormitory’s Senior Resident. The dorm’s senior resident is a senior student or older classmate who stays in the dorm to help new students with academic and non-academic problems.

Besides guidance for new students through the program and involvement in the management of the dorm, in IPB there are also a Team of Guidance and Counseling which consists of senior lecturers of IPB. Students can consult with the Team for any problems.

The sense of togetherness built in the dormitory of the first year common program in IPB is an emotional advantage of no equivalent anywhere else. Helping one another in joy and sorrow indirectly helps facilitate their studies. Generally, the character of helping one other continues to exist after they leave the dormitory. These students form or join a regional organization or associations of students (OMDA). The books no longer used by the older students are given to the younger classmates/students of the same hometown who are still in the first year common program. Some OMDAs are also active in promoting to schools where they come from. This promotional event is also a means of maintaining relationship with their previous schools.


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