Undergraduate Exchange Programme for International Students
Universitas Airlangga Faculty of Law offers courses that can be taken by international undergraduate students in an exchange programme. Universitas Airlangga Faculty of Law is one of the best law faculties in Indonesia. The history of Universitas Airlangga Faculty of Law can be traced back as the part of Universiteit Gadjah Mada Faculty of Law and Social Science in 1950; then in 1954 some of the foremost Indonesian jurists, in which some of them were involved in the independence movement against Dutch colonialism, established Universitas Airlangga Faculty of Law.
The Bachelor of Laws Programme of Universitas Airlangga Faculty of Law has been accredited by National Accreditation Board for Higher Education (BAN-PT) and certified by ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance (AUN-QA). If you are considering an exchange programme on the subject of law in Universitas Airlangga, please read the information below.
The academic year in Universitas Airlangga consists of two semesters. The first semester commences on September and last on February; while the second semester starts on March and last on August. Application for exchange programmes are opened at any time; however you may choose on which semester you want to start the programme. One semester consists of 14 weeks of studying time, two weeks for midterm exam, and two weeks for final exam.
Indonesian universities apply Semester Credit System which is quantified in semester credit unit (satuan kredit semester or sks). One sks means that the students must participate into 60 minutes class contacts (lecture, seminar, tutorial); 60 minutes working on assignment; and 60 minutes self-study or working groups.
|1||HKD 100||Introduction to Jurisprudence||4||1. Prof. Dr. Peter Mahmud Marzuki,
S.H., M.S., LL.M.
2. Christiani Widowati, S.H., LL.M.
3. Oemar Moechthar, S.H., M.Kn.
|2||HKD 103||Introduction to Indonesian Law||2||1. Prof. Dr. Peter Mahmud Marzuki,
S.H., M.S., LL.M.
2. Dr. Soelistyowati, S.H., M.H.
3. Oemar Moechthar, S.H., M.Kn.
|3||HKN 201||Law and Human Rights||2||Herlambang P.W. M. Syaiful Aris||1|2|
|4||HKI 101||International Law||4||HKD 103, HKD 100||Intan Inayatun Soeparna; Koesrianti;||1|2|
|5||HKI202||International Trade Law||4||HKI 101||Intan Inayatun Soeparna; Koesrianti;||1|2|
|6||HKI200||The law of the Sea||2||HKI 101||Iman Prihandono ; Adhy Riyadhi||1|2|
|7||HKT208||Company Law||4||HKT102||Yuniarti ; Dian Purnama A.||1|2|
|8||HKT202||Banking Law||4||HKT100||Yuniarti ; Prawitra Thalib||1|2|
|9||HKT 301||International Organization Law||2||HKT 101||Iman Prihandono||1|2|
|10||HKI 306||International Humanitarian Law||2||HKI 101||Iman Prihandono;Herlambang Perdana W.||1|2|
|11||HKI 305||International Dispute Settlement||2||HKI 101||Iman Prihandono ; Sujayadi||1|2|
|12||HKI308||Drafting on International Treaty||4||HKI 101||koesrianti||1|2|
|13||HKI412||Cyber law||2||HKI 101||Masitoh Indriani ; Intan Inayatun Soeparna||1|2|
|14||HKI413||ASEAN comparative contract law||2||HKI101, HKT205||koesrianti||1|
|15||HKI408||International Human Rights||2||HKI101||herlambang P.W. M. Syaiful Aris||1|
|16||HKI409||Nuclear Law||2||HKI101||intan Inayatun Soeparna;||1|
|17||HKI417||Air and Space Law||2||HKI101||adhy riyadhi arafah||2|
|18||HKI418||Transnational and International Crime||4||HKI101, HKP100||Riza Kurniawan||2|
|19||HKN301||Comparative Constitutional Law Theory||2||HKN101||Syaiful Aris ; Radian Salman ; Haidar adam||2|
|20||HKN401||Law of Asean Countries||2||HKI101, HKT205||koesrianti||2|
|21||HKT408||International Business Transactions||2||HKT102||Intan Inayatun Soeparna; Nilam Andalia K.||2|
|22||HKT 302||Investment Law||2||HKT 208||Yuniarti ; Mas Rahmah||1|2|
|23||HKT 303||Competition law||2||HKT 102||Ria Setyawati ; Kukuh Leksono||1|2|
|24||HKT 304||The Law of Intellectual Property Right||4||HKT 102||Rahmi Jened ; Mas Rahmah ; Nurul Barizah||1|2|
|25||HKI414||International Arbitration||2||HKI101||Sujayadi; fifi junita||2|
*1|2 = The subject could be taken during all year.
1 = the subject could be taken on September and last on February
2 = The subject could be taken on March and last on August
This course discusses the essentials of law and social norms, aims and functions of law, law concepts, law classification, law principles, law sources, and law renewal.
Students are able to thoroughly explain the fundamentals of law as foundations to study other areas of law
In this course, the students will be taught about Understanding Laws in Indonesia, the Existence of Indonesian Laws, the History of Indonesian Legal Order, Civil Law System as Indonesian Legal System, the Source of Indonesian Laws, and the Judicial System in Indonesia
After studying this course, the students will be able to explain the fundamental points of Indonesian legal system
LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS
This course discusses: historical and philosophical foundation of human rights, human rights theory, the principles of human rights, human rights constitutionalism, human rights protection, human rights legislation, international human rights law, human rights violations, human rights accountability, civil and political rights, and economic, social and cultural rights.
After completing this course, students are expected to be able to thoroughly elaborate the concept of human rights theoretically and positive law.
This course discusses on International Trade Law ranging from a basic understanding of the terminology associated with, the definition, the actors, and other forms of transaction. With regard to the public aspects of International Trade Law, it discusses the history of the WTO establishment, institutional explanations, the role, and trade regulation under WTO regime. Furthermore, the course discusses the depth substance of WTO arrangements, particularly Annex IA and Annex IB. In connection with Indonesia’s position as the one of WTO’s countries members, it also discusses the applications and implications of WTO rules for Indonesia.
After following this course, the students will be able to identify the relationship between law and anyone who is in the domain of International Trade Law with business activities / trades that has international relations; to identify applicable legal regime on International Trade Law and understand the complexities of the relationship between legal regime and its application; able to explain the substance of the regulations in International Trade Law; the regulations apply in solving the cases discussed.
THE LAW OF THE SEA
This course discusses the subject matter of public International Law consist of the history of the international and national law of the sea, maritime zoning according to UNCLOS 1982, the base line, territorial sea, archipelagic country, navigation (strait), contiguous zone, EEZ, continental shelf, high seas, areas, fisheries, marine environment and disputes resolution over the sea.
After studying this course, students will be able to resolve the legal issues that bind states in their international relations relating to marine issues appropriately and correctly.
This course disscusses the nature and type of business entity, the establishment procedures and changes in the constitution; internal or external accountability, the management of company including management actions and deeds of ownership; legal protection towards the “owner” of the company and to the other parties concerned; corporate restructuring: merger, consolidation, acquisition and separation, as well as dissolution and liquidation.
After completing this course, students are expected to be able to comprehensively and thoroughly elaborate types of business entities as well as their respective characters and their legal status in business traffic.
The course focuses on the implementation of the banking prudential principles in all forms of embodiment, from the requirements and procedures required when someone is going to establish a bank to the bank’s obligation to implement all the provisions in force. There will be a watchdog agency that will ensure that banks really keeping his healthy condition in order to maintain public confidence. One embodiment of the precautionary principle is the obligation of banks to carry out the analysis before granting credit. Associated with credit, this course also discusses principles of security law and material security institutions, namely the Pledge, Mortgage, Mortgage rights, individual guarantee (borgtocht) and characteristics of security law of the warehouse receipt.
After completing this course, students are expected to be able to explain the legal basis of bank business, especially in the context of implementation of precautionary principle. Students also comprehensively understand the application of law security principles and types of security institutions.
International Organization Law
This course provides an introduction to the field of international law and organization, examining the history of ideas, legal doctrines, institutional and administrative structures developed over the last century to organize and legalize international economic and political life. We will examine the United Nations system, situating it in relationship to the broader institutional structures of public international law and regulation, private ordering and multinational enterprise, non-governmental organization and transnational judicial cooperation. The course will combine intellectual and institutional history with an examination of various constitutional and institutional arrangements. We will examine the functioning of these various international organizational mechanisms in a series of different substantive areas, paying particular attention to human rights, economic law and regulation, development, and the use of force. We will approach the organization and institutionalization of global society from the viewpoint of law, rather than political science. The assigned readings will focus on various ways to think about the legal organization of global order, and on the history of legal efforts to organize and institutionalize international affairs.
International Humanitarian Law
One of the most important areas of international law is the law regulating recourse to and the use of force. It is a unique body of law comprising two separate and distinct bodies of rules: the jus ad bellum, which is the law governing the legality of the resort to force, and the jus in bello, which is the law regulating the conduct of hostilities. The jus in bello is also referred to as humanitarian law, the law of armed conflict, or the laws of war. The law of armed conflict is a body of rules that was developed to protect the most vulnerable groups during armed conflict and to mitigate the deleterious effects of the methods of warfare.
The course is designed to provide an overview of the fundamental principles of the law of armed conflict (or international humanitarian law). It will place international humanitarian law within public international law more generally, and delineate its relationship to other areas of international law (such as the international law of human rights). Specifically, the course will cover the principles and rules relating to the protection of individuals during armed conflict, as well as rules relating to the means and methods of warfare, including weapons issues. We will also explore issues relating to the implementation and international and national enforcement of international humanitarian law.
International Dispute Settlement
The course introduces the spectrum of dispute settlement mechanisms ranging from bilateral negotiation to international adjudication. Emphasis will be placed on the law and politics of international courts and tribunals (ICTs). The course provides students with good knowledge of the most pertinent issues relating to jurisdiction, provisional measures, applicable law, third party intervention, as well as the effect and enforcement of international judicial decisions. Moreover, it develops a solid analytical framework for an in-depth understanding of the law and practice of ICTs. The course will focus on the International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, the World Trade Organization, and on investment arbitration. It highlights trends and tensions in the law and places mechanisms for dispute settlement within the broader context of the international legal order. The course usually includes a visit to the Permanent Court of Arbitration and the International Court of Justice.
Drafting on International Treaty
The overall goal of this e-Course is to provide participants with the fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge of the key issues of the International Law of Treaties, as well as a comprehensive understanding of the provisions of the universal conventions as the sources of International Law of Treaties and to develop critical skills of analysis and interpretation of cases regarding contemporary practice.
It will begin by considering the debate about the nature of the influence of information technology upon the development of new legal doctrine, moving on to consider, through topics such as data protection, computer misuse and computer evidence, copyright and digital rights management, criminal content liability and defamation, both how the law has responded to the challenges of information technologies, and the extent to which legal issues have shaped the development of information society policy.
COMPARATIVE CONSTUTITIONAL LAW
The aim of this subject is to introduce students to the theoretical framework (algemene begrippen) in which constitution takes place at the national laws. The subject mainly explore and analyze The Constitution of The Republic of Indonesia 1945 (UUD NRI 1945) as the fundamental source of Indonesian Constitutional Laws discussion. Topics that are taught in this subject includes; Principle of Democracy, Concept of separation of power, Good Governance, Legislation in the rule of law, Judicial and constitutional review, Electoral system, Security and defense, also looking depth into the authority profile of the state organs also Central and local authorities.
The course will involve 14 weeks of teaching in 1,5-hour twice a week lectures and seminars. The course will be examined by two exams at set dates (in the middle and the end of the semester).
Law of Asean Countries
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTION
This course examines the sources of international business law, the relationship between such law and the Indonesian legal system, the choice of law in international business disputes, the special issues that arise when doing business with foreign governments, the law governing international sales and the shipment of goods, and international intellectual property protection. In addition, the relationships between law and culture involved in international business transactions will be examined.
This course discusses investment law which is directly conducted in Indonesia. It starts with the introduction of investment law, starting from the legal history of investment in Indonesia, the concept of domestic and foreign investment, international concepts of investment, comparison of Law No. 1/1967 and Law No. 5/1968 with the Law No. 25/2007, rights, obligations, facilities and guarantees in investment, introduction of mining law which is discussed briefly to establish students understanding about the divestment. It also discussess the settlement of investment disputes, nationally and internationally.
This course complements International Competition Law, the taking of which is a prerequisite for this course, unless the applicant can demonstrate significant prior experience of competition law, either via academic study, or via practice. Admission onto this course shall be at the discretion of the programme convenor in light of the above criteria. In particular the course focuses on specific anti-competitive practices, both collaborative and unilateral, and explores too the relationship between competition law and intellectual property law.
This course will examine the law of intellectual property rights in Singapore. The course will start with a general overview of the intellectual property rights and seek to identify some general issues and themes on the essential nature of the rights and the impact of intellectual property issues on domestic commercial activity and international trade. The course will then turn to look at a selection of the mainstream intellectual property rights namely: copyright, patents, passing-off and finally registered trade marks. The emphasis will be on the general principles relevant to each of the rights. The four intellectual property rights chosen to concentrate on (copyright, patents, passing off and registered trade marks) are the core of the intellectual property law system. They are the principal intellectual property rights and will serve well as vehicles to introduce you to basic principles and themes which arise across the IP system as a whole.
Arbitration is the dispute resolution system most often chosen by lawyers involved in international business transactions. This course is designed to introduce students to both the theory and practice of international commercial arbitration. The “theory” portion of the course will examine the legal basis for international commercial arbitration, emphasizing the Federal Arbitration Act, the U.N. Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards and the UNCITRAL Model Law and Rules, which form the basis for the rules used by most international arbitration tribunals. The “practice” component will involve participating in a mock arbitration with other students.
Admission are opened during the year, however the commencement for undergraduate exchange programme follows the period of respective academic year. Please fill in the application form and send by e-mail to email@example.com
The application form will be processed by International Programm Administrator, the decission will be sent to the applicant within three weeks after receiving of the admission form. If the application is granted, a letter of acceptance will be sent to the applicant attached with immigration information, practical information for living in Surabaya, and invoice for tuition fees.
The tuition fees applied for academic year 2017-2018:
Students from ASEAN Member States IDR 655,000 for each course
Students from Non-ASEAN Member States IDR 800,000 for each course
If you have any query on this programme, please feel free to contact our Officer Ms. Yuniarti, LLM at firstname.lastname@example.org
Universitas Airlangga Faculty of Law
Jl. Dharmawangsa Dalam, Surabaya 60286
East Java, Indonesia