The Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Engineering Physics Program (S1 TF) was founded in 1950 as a part of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia in Bandung. It then developed into an educational institution under the Faculty of Industrial Technology which houses various programs related to the study of modern technologies.
In 1999, the Engineering Physics Program started a QUE-PROJECT (Quality Improvement of Undergraduate Education-PROJECT), a developmental project aimed to increase the quality education of for the undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor’s in Engineering Physics. This project is financially supported by the World Bank for five years.
The recognition is further affirmed by the fiancial support from the Program Hibah Kompetensi B (PHKB) in 2004-2009 and the Program Hibah Kompetensi Industri (PHKI) in 2008-2010.

Educational Orientation

The education in Bachelor’s in Engineering Physics program is oriented towards engineering with a solid understanding of basic science, especially in Physics and Mathematics. The Bachelor’s in Engineering Physics program aims to produce engineering graduates who are able to develop themselves and act as a bridge between the modern concept of physics and its concrete implementations. By having a firm understanding of both physics and engineering, it is hoped that they are able to play a key role in the application and development of new technologies.


Graduates of the Bachelor’s in Engineering Physics program work in various industries as professional engineers namely in the field of instrumentation and control, health, environment and energy system, design and material processing, research staffs in applied technology, teaching staff in educational institutions, and many more. The strengths of the graduates lie in their ability to work with systems that simultaneously involve various aspects of physics and engineering.


Students enrolled in the Bachelor’s in Engineering Physics program are required to complete at least 144 credits which are divided into three stages:

  • Year 1: Tahap Persiapan Bersama (TPB; Joint Preparation Program), where the students will study basic sciences
  • Year 2: Pre-Bachelor, where the students will learn the basics of engineering science
  • Year 3-4: Bachelor, where the students will be equipped with the skills and expertise neceessary for the future endeavors in their chosen areas of interest.