For current students, we provide academic information related to the syllabus, academic advisory, scholarships, etc.

The guideline policies is detail explained, such as length of study period, Semester Credit System (SKS), the guideline for filling KeyIn form, punishment policies, assessment guideline, graduation requirements, and many so on

Academic information is contained syllabus, laboratorium experiment, academic advising appointment, KeyIn-RAS guidelines, scholarships, thesis, internship, form exit survey, etc.

The curriculum of EE UII has already modified four times, i.e. Curr-1999, Curr-2006, Curr-2013, Curr-2019. Now, the curriculum 2019 is applied and started on 2020/2021 academic year. The curriculum focuses on the technology and management of sustainable environment and resources which is applicable to 4.0 issues.

Follow our students’ activities through the student association of environmental engineering (HMTL UII). Moreover, for updating news you can follow our home’s page and our media social, like Line, IG, Facebook, etc,


For the future candidate student of Environmental Engineering UII, we introduce our course how the graduate profiles, how the education objectives profil, and how the students outcomes following this page briefly.

Graduate Profiles

Especially for many prospects, our course shares the information how long the study periods, what is the special subjects, how the future career, and others. Environmental Engineering UII promises high quality graduates who are placed in many sectors, for example government sector, industries sectors, consultants, researchers, and so on.

Profile Education Objectives

The educational objectives of EE Program UII are to prepare graduates who Pursue careers in public and private sectors in environmental engineering or other related fields and perform leadership roles in their profession. Etc.

Student Outcomes

Graduates are expected to successfully meet the outcomes by graduation are an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. Etc.