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|Motto||Non Scholae Sed Vitae Discimus (Latin)|
Motto in English
|We do not learn for school, but for life|
|Established||20 September, 1960|
Widya Mandala Catholic University (Universitas Katolik Widya Mandala, UKWM) is a leading Roman Catholic private research university in Surabaya, Indonesia that was established in 1960. It is famous for its academic excellence with the motto of "non scholae sed vitae discimus" which means "we do not learn for school, but for life".
Widya Mandala Catholic University ranks at the top of Indonesia’s private universities fields of study and distinguished alumni. According to the Department of Higher Education, Widya Mandala Catholic University is one of Indonesia's excellent private universities as the university appears in the Top 50 Promising Indonesian Universities.
UKWM has three campuses in the city of Surabaya, Indonesia.
Widya Mandala Catholic University is especially known for its academic excellence in the fields of Accounting, Food Technology, Chemical Engineering, Pharmacy, Management, and the Doctoral (PhD) program in Economics. The university is owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Surabaya and is being managed by the Diocese under the Widya Mandala Foundation.
Widya Mandala Catholic University is a founding member of APTIK (Asosiasi Perguruan Tinggi Katolik) or the Association of Catholic Universities in Indonesia and a member of ASEACCU (Association of Southeast and East Asian Catholic Colleges and Universities).
UKWM is connected through partnership and alliances with universities in Australia, Europe, Asia, and North America. These alliances provide unparalleled access to new learning opportunities and student exchanges.
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