Telkom University has students, lecturers and academic staff from almost all corners of the country. An inclusive environment and diversity lead Telkom University into the public spotlight. Parents, students, and lecturers are eager to study at Telkom University. The big family of Telkom University comes from various islands, tribes and also different cultures ranging from Aceh to Papua. Telkom University students come from 33 provinces in Indonesia.

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Regional Community

A variety of student origin areas motivates a group of students to create a community. This group is to reunite students from a similar area to embrace and introduce their culture to others. Around 53 communities with a variety of activities ranging from the promotion of Telkom University in their regions until an annual art event are held to promote each region to other students.

Disability Facilities

Another vital concern is the proper facility for our disabled friends. Telkom University provides wheelchair access to lecture buildings, mosques, and other buildings for those who ride the wheelchairs. Putting the academics, students, and the guess in the comfortable atmosphere is the highest priority of us. This facility will continue to grow along based on the needs of disabled friends.


In addition to physical limitations, Telkom University is also concerned about giving equal chance for all students to study at this campus. Talented and determined students with financial limitations issues are given the same opportunity through scholarships.

Two types of scholarships are offered by Telkom University namely full and partial scholarships, both are provided from various internal and external parties.

The Internal parties commonly give scholarships to the winner of the competition by cutting tuition fees by the level of achievement. Especially for those who are experiencing financial limitations, special scholarships are also provided, namely the Nation Children Education scholarship (Beasiswa Pendidikan Anak Bangsa, red) which is provided by Telkom Education Foundation’s zakat. While external scholarships were provided by various parties such as the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education and Culture, the West Java Provincial Government Education Office, PT Telkomsel, Telkomedika, and many others.