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1.1 Management of accounting activities, accounting learning and education are based on quality assurance principle by accreditation of A. A. Develop an education management by implementing quality assurance principles, such as workshop activities, activity evaluation, and accreditation adjustments.
  • The number of lecturers who have attended the quality assurance education workshop
  • Coordination meeting on the evaluation of teaching and learning process at the end of each semester
B. Renewal of accounting curriculum every four years Review annual curriculum
C. Monitoring of Learning Lecturers teach according to RKPPS
1.2 80% of graduates are able to complete their studies on time (8 (eight) semesters) with a GPA above 3.25 A. Implementation of Effective Learning Strategies
  • Have an effective learning strategy guide
  • The number of students who follow the socialization of effective learning strategies
B.Mentoring to improve learning effectiveness The number of major courses needs to be supplemented by mentoring
C. Providing scholarships for underprivileged students The number of students who need a scholarship
D. Provide facilities and infrastructure that support the effectiveness of learning Availability of adequate facilities and lecture infrastructure
E. Tutorial thesis writing scheduled based on SOP and guideline of students final assignment
  • Number of students who completed the thesis in one semester
  • Guidance counseling book
  • Schedule of final semester guidance
  • The process of monitoring and evaluation of the final assignment
F. Accelerate administrative services related to the final assignment Number of education personnel who attend service excellence training
G. Effective tutorage Timetable per semester
1.3 Accredited Study Program Management A. Conducting various activities for softskills development in accordance with market needs Number of students participating in softskill development activities
B. Preparing students in the world of work through student apprenticeship programs in cooperation with government institutions and private sector.
  • Internship Guidelines
  • Number of students who attend internship
C. Improving student achievement in academic and non academic The number of students who successfully participated in scientific writing contests, publications of popular scientific papers, outstanding students, debate contest, both in national and international level.
D. Opening cooperative relationships with various industries to open wider absorption opportunities for graduates in the world of work 10 MoU on graduate recruitment cooperation
E. Cooperation with alumni to prepare graduates to enter the world of work Number of students attending the workshop
1.4 Accredited Study program A. Good University Governence
  • Obtained an Accreditation of “A” from BAN-PT
  • Accreditation from AACSB is obtained
  • Good recommendation from SPM and SPI
  • Self Evaluation Report
2.1 Publication of scientific work of lecturers and students as a result of research in international journals A. Intensification of research activities of lecturers and students every semester that are competitive, universal, national, international, or independent research activities
  • Percentage of number of lecturers participated in training proposal
  • Implementation of research protection preparation workshop.
  • Percentage of lecturers attend FGD
  • Applied 12 times PACS
  • Percentage of lecturers attend international conferences every two years
B. Counseling journal writing and publication Percentage of lecturers attended  journal publication workshop
C. Have an accredited journal Number of accredited journals
D. Research incentives
  • Percentage of lecturers received research incentives
  • Number of national publications of research produced per year
  • Number of international publications of research produced per year
2.2 Publication of textbooks by lectures A. Training of textbook preparation The number of lecturers attended the training of textbook preparation
B. Provide incentive for textbook publishing Percentage of lecturers received textbook incentives

Number of textbooks produced

C. Organizing textbook promotion activities to increase the quantity of book distribution and promotion of expertise of the lecturer Number of textbook promotion activities per year
3.1 PKM from Students and Lecturers A. Community of students and lecturers PKM Formation of community of students and lecturers accounting program PKM
B. Writing PKM proposal Number of PKM proposals generated
3.2 The implementation of financial and accounting consultancy for SMEs and National Corporation A. Have an online accounting and finance consulting center Establishment of online consulting and finance centers

Number of SMEs that get mentoring

4.1 Dissemination of research results
A. PACS (Padjadjaran accounting coloqium and Seminar) Number of PACS Implementation in one year
4.2 International joint research A. International cooperation Number of international joints research
4.3 Konferensi mahasiswa A. Internasional student confrence Organizing PAW
5.1 Cooperation with partner colleges A. Pentahelix Cooperation
  • Number of double degree programs
  • Number of Students following the exchange of students
  • Number of Foreign Students
  • Number of foreign guest lecturers
  • Number of lecturers invited by partner universities
  • The establishment of ASEAN
    ACCOUNTING EDUCATION
    WORKGROUP (AAEW)
5.2 Cooperation with partners
Business
A. Pentahelix Cooperation
  • Number of students accepted
    through campus recruitment
  • The amount of aid of facilities and infrastructure received
  • Number of scholarship recipients
5.3 Cooperation with regulators A.Pentahelix Cooperation Number of Participants of CPA Test
  • Lecturers research fund the number of lecturers get scholarship for further study
  • Number of lecturers follow PPL
    KKNI and IES Based Curriculum
5.4 Cooperation with media A. Pentahelix Cooperation percentage of activities covered by
media
The number of activities that work with  media
5.5 Cooperation with communities and alumni A. Pentahelix Cooperation
  • number of training of industrial knowledge
  • number of aids of learning facilities and infrastructure
  • Number of guest lecturers

Strategic Planning

The achievement of the above strategy is done in the period of 2011-2016, through the following stages of achievement:

Achievement of targets in point 1.1 is done through the steps:
A. Developing education management by applying quality assurance principles, such as workshop activities, activity evaluation, and accreditation adjustments
B. Renewal of the curriculum every four years.
C. Monitoring of learning activities
Achievement of the objectives in point 1.2 is done through the steps:
A. Implementation of Effective Learning Strategy
B. Mentoring to improve the effectiveness of learning
C. Providing scholarships for underprivileged students
D. Provide facilities and infrastructure that support the effectiveness of learning
E. Thesis writing guidance scheduled Updating SOP and final student task guideline
F. Accelerate administrative services related to the final project
G. Effective trust
Achievement of the objectives in point 1.3 is done through the steps:
A. Conduct activities for the development of softskill in accordance with market needs
B. Preparing students in the world of work through student apprenticeship programs in collaboration with government and private / private institutions;
C. Improving student achievement in academic and non-academic field
D. Open cooperation relationship with various Industries to open wider absorption opportunities graduates in the world of work
E. Cooperation with alumni to prepare graduate candidates to enter the world of work
Achievement of targets in point 1.4 is done through the steps:
A. Good University Governance
Achievement of the objectives in point 2.1 is done through the steps:
A. Intensification of research activities of lecturers and students every semester that are competitive university, national, international or independent research activities
B. Counseling journal writing and publication
C. Has an accredited journal
D. Research incentives
Achievement of the objectives in point 2.2 is done through the following steps:
A. training of textbook preparation
B. Providing incentives for textbook publishing; and
C. Enabling promotional activities of textbooks to increase the quantity of dissemination of books and promotion of expertise of the lecturers concerned.
The achievement of the goal in point 3.1 is done through the steps:
A. Community PKM students and lecturers Prodi Accounting
B. Proposal Writing PKM
Achievement of the objectives in point 3.2 is done through the steps:
A. Implementation of PACS once every 1 month.
Achievement of the objectives in point 3.2 is done through the steps:
A. Has an online accounting and finance consulting center
Achievement of the objectives in point 4.1 is done through the steps:
A. PACS (Padjadjaran accounting coloqium and seminar)
Achievement of the objectives in point 4.2 is done through the steps:
A. International cooperation
Achievement of the objectives in point 4.3 is done through the steps:
A. International student confrence
Achievement of the targets on point 5.1 is done through the steps:
A. Implementing Pentahelix with partner colleges
Achievement of the targets in 5.2 is done through the following steps:
A. Implementing Pentahelix Business Partners
Achievement of the targets on point 5.3 is done through the steps:
A. Implementing Pentahelix with partner colleges:
Achievement of the targets in point 5.4 is done through the steps:
A. Implement Pentahelix with Regulator:
The achievement of the targets in point 5.5 is done through the steps:
A. Implement Pentahelix with Community and alumni