Our Location
Lippo Karawaci
Just 30 minutes outside the bustling city of Jakarta, our beautiful campus sits at the heart of Lippo Karawaci. This area offers the comfort of a close-knit community with multiple options for dining, shopping, and banking, all within walking distance of the UPH campus.
Our Campus
The International Teachers College programs are conducted on the Universitas Pelita Harapan campus. With multiple major buildings, athletic facilities, a large food court, and beautiful landscaping, students can take advantage of the complete university facilities available at UPH. Most ITC classes, offices, and dorms are located in Building E, one of the newest buildings on campus.

The Universitas Pelita Harapan campus is a world-class campus with complete facilities.
The Johannes Oentoro library is at the center of campus with up-to-date access to journals, books, periodicals, encyclopedias, magazines, newspapers, and many more. For more information, visit library.uph.edu
Student Lounge
Located adjacent to MYC (Mission Youth for Christ) dorm, right above the campus food court, the student loungise  a convenient place where students can read, study, or relax with friends. There is also a function room, where seminars or workshops are usually held.
Food Court
“Food Junction” provides many kinds of food from various provinces and countries, consists of 16 counters that serve Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Italian, Western, and Thai cuisines. There is also a coffee shop at the food court, and a Starbucks in Building A.
Sports Facilities
The UPH campus is equipped with sports facilities for student use, including a basketball court, a floorball court, a fitness center, a soccer field, and two swimming pools.
Health Facility
Health is a primary concern of UPH. The UPH Clinic is located on the first floor of Building B. Students and staff can receive immediate health care and aid in sickness or an emergency.The clinic is open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Grand Chapel
The elegant and outstanding Grand Chapel, with a capacity of 2200 seats, is the largest auditorium at UPH and is used for worship services, graduation ceremonies, and concerts.
The University Bookstore is Books and Beyond, a leading retailer of English language books and complementary products in the Southeast Asian region. The two-level store also contains with two restaurants, a bakery, and a coffee shop.
UPH Museum
Museum Universitas Pelita Harapan (MUPH) is the center of fine art studies at Tangerang Lippo Village. The museum aims to provide an understanding of art in public life, develop knowledge and an appreciation of Indonesian art among students.

About Indonesia
Indonesia is the largest archipelago and the fourth most populous country in the world. Consisting of five main islands (Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Papua) it has a total of over 17,000 islands, about 6,000 of which are inhabited. Indonesia is situated in Southeast Asia between the continents of Asia and Australia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans, and straddling the Equator. There are hundreds of languages and dialects spoken in Indonesia although Bahasa Indonesia is the official national language. Indonesia is a leading memer of ASEAN and currently has the 15th largest economy in the world. As an equatorial country, Indonesia’s climate is tropical. The drier seasons usually occur between June to September, whereas December to March see abundant rain. Indonesia is a predominantly moderate Muslim country that by law protects all religions. “Unity in Diversity” is the motto of the country, and constitutionally it has been established as a secular state.
The capital city of Indonesia is Jakarta, located in the northwest corner of Java on land close to sea level. The city is easily accessible through the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, one of the ten busiest airports in the world. The city of Jakarta has a population of more than 10 million people, but the entire metropolitan area exceeds 20 million, making it one of the most populous metro areas in the world. As a leading city in Asia, Jakarta is home to international companies, hundreds of thousands of expatriates, and a rapidly expanding economy. In addition to scores of large shopping areas, fine restaurants, and entertainment, the city is the cultural center of Indonesia with museums, parks, and annual festivals.