Not only regular-based learning provided by study programs to students at FIB UI, FIB UI also actively organizes lifelong learning programs for the community. For students, with the Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (freedom to learn), FIB UI provides opportunities for students to carry out various learning activities outside the campus, such as through internship programs, collaborative research, training, entrepreneurial activities, etc. In order to provide lifelong learning for society, FIB UI also organizes various programs that can be followed by people outside campus, such as MOOCS, training, cultural seminars, art and cultural performances, pre-university preparation, and others.
Provide free access to educational resources for those not studying at the university – e.g. computers, library, online courses, and access to lectures.
Host events at university that are open to the general public: public lectures, community educational events.
Host events at university that are open to the general public: executive education programmes (this refers to short courses for people who are not attending the university; this specifically excludes courses like MBA) and/or vocational training.
Undertake educational outreach activities (e.g. tailored lectures or demonstrations) beyond campus – in local schools, in the community. This can include voluntary student-run schemes.
A policy that ensures that access to these activities is accessible to all, regardless of ethnicity, religion, disability immigration status or gender.