About Us

Indonesia Banking School (IBS) is a university that has the official permission from the General Directorate of Higher Education (Dikti) and was established in 2004. IBS holds formal education program for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. For undergraduate (Bachelor), there are two Study Programs namely Accounting and Management. Whereas for postgraduate, the Master of Management Program (MM) is held. Those two levels of study specifically provides degrees (SE and MM), especially in financial banking and business.

IBS was established by the Indonesian Banking Development Foundation (YPPI), a foundation established and fostered by BANK INDONESIA, which is responsible for developing Human Resources in Finance and Banking in Indonesia. YPPI has several institutions, including the Indonesian Banking Development Institute (LPPI). The LPPI is an educational and training institution for employees in banking institutions. It has been decades since the LPPI has successfully produced a national banking cadre that professionally manages banks in Indonesia.

IBS campus and LPPI are in the same area in Kemang Raya 35 South Jakarta. To enable alumni to work directly in banking institutions, IBS has collaborated with 20 conventional and islamic banks including Bank Mandiri, Bank Syariah Mandiri, Bank Muamalat Indonesia, Bank BCA Syariah, Panin Syariah, Bank Danamon Indonesia, BRI Syariah, BNI Syariah, Bank Mega Syariah, BTPN Syariah, Bukopin, Bank DKI.

To face the formation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) that has been starting since the end of 2015. IBS has prepared the students to be more ready to work as professionals and enter the industries by providing them with these several activities and programs :

Providing a 6 (six) months internship program in the 7 (seventh) semester at Commercial Banks in cooperation with IBS.
Requiring graduation with the minimum TOEFL score of 550, General Banking I Certification, and also Risk Management Certification.
Stabilizing the student’s national insight so that they will love and cherish their home land country more: Indonesia.

IBS is fully supported by Bank Indonesia (BI) and also the Financial Institution Authority (OJK). The Governor of Bank Indonesia Mr. Perry Warjiyo SE. MSc. Ph.D as the member of the board of curators of IBS, Chairperson of the OJK Board of Commissioners, Wimboh Santoso
SE, MSc, Ph.D became the member of the Honorable Faculty. Other members are former Governors of Bank Indonesia, Chair of the National Sharia Council / Indonesian Ulama Council and former Managing Director of BUMN Banks.

Enjoy accessing our website.

Subarjo Joyosumarto, S.E., MA., PhD

Chairman

IBS was officially operated in 2004, based on the Decree of the Minister of National Education of the Republic of Indonesia Number: 37 / D / O / 2003. The establishment is a development of the Indonesian Banking Development Institute (LPPI), a non-profit institution that provides services to banks and the public in forming professional bankers. Historically, LPPI has played a role for more than 50 years, since it was founded in the 1950s. The name and activities of this institution had undergone several changes, starting with the Bank Academy, Higher Education in Finance, especially Banking (PTIKP), the Indonesian Banking Development Institute (LPPI) and the Indonesian Bankers Institute (IBI). However, since 2004 the institution has carried out its activities under the name LPPI again.

In 2008, BAN-PT as the official institution for accreditation assessment, gave the value “B” and in 2016 had the same accreditation value. The value of accreditation is obtained for the Undergraduate (S1) study program both Accounting Study Program and Management Study Program. It was officially licensed for the two study programs in the specificity of the banking sector.

In September 2008 for the first time IBS successfully graduated as many as 59 undergraduate students. Until now, IBS has graduated as many as 1,399 undergraduate students (one thousand three hundred ninety nine). IBS alumni have worked in various fields, especially finance, banking, and some alumni even have their own businesses.

In 2010 based on the Decree of the Minister of National Education of the Republic of Indonesia Number: 98 / D / O / 2010, IBS was given permission to hold a Master of Management study program. In 2013 MM study program received B accreditation from BAN-PT. Until now, MM study program has graduated 168 (one hundred sixty eight) people. Most of the students at MM were bank employees, including Bank Indonesia, Bank Mandiri Syariah, Panin Syariah, Bank BRI, BRI Syariah, Bank Bukopin, Bank DKI, Exim Bank, Bank Capital, Citibank, Bank BNI, Bank BTN.

In 2016 based on the decree of the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education No. 403 / KPT / I / 2016 in 2016, IBS has obtained permission to hold an undergraduate program in Islamic Finance and Banking Management.

Since September 2016, this study program has accepted students for the first generation. In 2018, for the first time this study program graduated 19 (nineteen) people. These graduates were transferred from the Sharia concentration in the management study program.
Since 2014 until now, the Accounting study program, Management study program, Financial Management and Islamic Banking study program, as well as MM are being upgraded in terms of its activities and governance. Improvement in all these fields aims to get a re-accreditation with an A value from BAN-PT. Various efforts that are being carried out are also expected to be able to make the A accreditation value institutionally.

IBS establishes networking with various institutions, especially those that are closely related to finance and banking. The established MoU includes cooperation with Bank Indonesia, the Financial Institution Authority (OJK). Other forms of cooperation include: Bank Mandiri, Bank Syariah Mandiri, Bank Muamalat Indonesia, Bank BCA Syariah, Panin Syariah, Bank Danamon Indonesia, BRI Syariah, BNI Syariah, Bank Mega Syariah, BTPN Syariah, Bukopin, Bank DKI, UOB Bank .

In 2014 Bank Mandiri provided grants to improve the indoor sports field. In addition, Bank Mandiri also provided a mini bank development grant. Bank Syariah Mandiri provided a Mushala development grant in 2014. In 2015 Bank BRI donated funds to establish a canteen that could be used for a lunch area for students, employees and communities around the campus. In 2018, Bank BNI provided a grant to improve space and lecturing facilities.

VISION

“To be one of the best Banking Schools in ASEAN in 2025”

MISSION

  1. Through the “Three-Teachings”of the Ministry of higher Education, IBS will participate in the welfare of the Indonesian Nation, convey the truth and bring mercy to the universe..
  2. Through the “Three-Teachings”of higher education (education and teaching, research and community service, and other supporting activities) IBS will develop and disseminate knowledge, technology and art in accordance with development.
  3. Through the “Three-Teachings”of higher education (education and teaching, research and community service, and other supporting activities) IBS will produce graduates with integrity, have financial and banking scientific excellence, have skills in their fields, professional and independent.

Organizing high quality Higher Education institution that is, sustainable and continuously growing. The purpose of IBS Education is to produce graduates who has:

  1. Nationalism, honesty, ethics, discipline, great physical and spiritual health, and religious.
  2. Mastering financial and banking sciences both conventional and sharia and able to apply in the work field and is highly competitive.
  3. Have skills in technical expertise (hard skills), organization and community, interpersonal communication and organization and can network and build relationship with surroundings.
  4. Able to develop and disseminate knowledge, technology, art and culture with Indonesian personality.
  5. Able to build good-fellowship and links and matches with society, the industry and the Republic of Indonesia.

integrity

Integrity

It is an understanding of attitudes and values ​​that include the implementation of education and teaching about nationalism, the love of the homeland, maintaining the integrity of the Republic of Indonesia, practicing Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution and understanding and applying to Bhinneka Tunggal Ika. Personally, this integrity is manifested in terms of having an attitude and upholding the values ​​of honesty, discipline, and having physical and spiritual health, and having intellectual, social, and emotional intelligence as well as obedience in worship.


skill

Knowledge

Is the ability in understanding and mastering science, technology and art (science and technology), by understanding ontologically, epistemologically and axiologically from science and technology that is studied and developed, as a useful knowledge to be practiced for the welfare of humanity.


knowledge

Skill

It is the ability to develop psychomotor aspects, or the axiological performance of science and technology that has been obtained for better personal and community development, in its application at the practice level, especially in financial and banking practices.

Dr. Subarjo Joyosumarto (Chairman)

Dr. Subarjo Joyosumarto completed his undergraduate studies at the Corporate Economic Studies Program at Gadjah Mada University in 1968. A Master’s degree in the International Economic program was taken at the University of Colorado in 1984. Then he received his Ph.D. in the field of Monetary Economics at the same campus, namely the University of Colorado in 1987. Various important positions have been passed by Dr. Subarjo Joyosumarto, among others, was Head of the Money and Capital Market Section at Bank Indonesia, Expert Staff of the Bank Indonesia Governor Prof. Dr. Adrianus Mooy, Head of Banking Research and Development Bureau of Bank Indonesia, Director of the Directorate of Economics and Monetary Policy of Bank Indonesia, and was once the Board of Governors of Bank Indonesia in 1998-2000 which was responsible for Banking Restructuring, Banking Development and Regulation, Supervision of BUMN Banks , and Development of Islamic Banking. In addition to his various domestic experiences, he also has international experience as an Alternate Executive Director at the IMF for Southeast Asian and Pacific constituents, in addition to being Executive Director of The South East Asia Central Banks in 2000-2006 and was Chairman of Board of Supervisory Directors in NV. Indonesische Overzeese (Indover) Bank in Amsterdam. His teaching experience from 1987 to present in various universities in Indonesia in the fields of Economics, Banking, and Leadership.

Dr. Sparta, SE.Ak., ME., CA. (Deputy Chairman for Academic Affairs)

Dr. Sparta, SE.Ak., ME., CA earned a bachelor’s degree in the Accounting Study Program at Andalas University in 1989. Subsequently won a Masters in Finance at the University of Indonesia in 2002. He won a Doctorate in Finance and Banking in 2015 at Padjadjaran University.

The lecturer profession he has lived since 1987 to 1991 in the Accounting Study Program of the Faculty of Economics, Padang Andalas University as a Civil Servant Lecturer. From 1991 until now continued teaching at various private universities in Jakarta and had taught for 8 years in the Extension Program of the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (2000-2007). Besides being a teacher, he also has a lot of experience in the world of practice, PT. Sumber Saran Sempurna as a consultant resident at BAPEDA Tk.1 Padang in 1989, at the Public Accounting Firm (KAP) Gafar Salim, Padang, at the Accountant Office “Eka Masni” Jakarta, at the Indonesian Development Bank (Bapindo) from 1991 to 1999 with His last position as Head of Credit Financing, as a financial consultant at the Accounting Development Center FEUI (PPA UI), began joining the Indonesia Banking School (IBS) since its inception in 2004 until now. During his time at IBS he was Head of the Accounting Study Program (2004-2009), as the first editor to publish the 2004 scientific journal “Finance and Banking Journal”, 2015 New Student Admissions Secretary, 2004 Deputy Chairperson of the first Student Internship, since the IBS Senate since from 2004 to the present, and from 2015 until now as Deputy Chairman of Academic Affairs IBS

.

Khairil Anwar, SE., MSM. (Deputy Chairman for Finance and General Affairs)

Khairil Anwar SE., MSM., Completed his undergraduate study at Gadjah Mada University in 1981 with the Corporate Economic Study Program. The Master’s Degree was achieved at Arthur D. Little Management Institute with the Department of Science Management. The experience of Khairil Anwar began in 1982 at Bank Indonesia as a Credit Analyst. Furthermore, he continued his career at Bank Indonesia as a General R & D Manager, Assistant Director, Deputy Director, Bank Supervision Coordinator, Rural Bank Development Coordinator, and finally as a BI Coordinator throughout Kalimantan or equivalent to an Executive Director. Khairil Anwar has been involved as a Project Leader in the BI Special Transformation Program, especially in the HR field. At that time he succeeded in making a modified HR paradigm starting from his work culture & paradigm shift that every task must be “measured” by its performance. In addition, the organization also changed so that the goal was quickly achieved. The result was that he was able to create high-quality & work-intensive human resources that produced proper BI policies.

Dr. Ahmad Adriansyah, S.T., M.Si. (Deputy Chairman for Student Affairs, Marketing and Information Technology)

Dr. Ahmad Adriansyah, ST., M.Si meraih gelar pada Program Studi Akuntansi di Universitas Indonesia pada Tahun 1998. Selanjutnya meraih gelar Magister bidang Pesikologi Universitas Indonesia pada tahun 2003. Gelar Dokter di bidang Strategi Menejemen beliau raih pada tahun 2013 di Universitas Indonesia.
Pengalam Profesi beliau diawali menjadi Tutor in Himunide Courses, di daerah Depok (1994-2008), selain menggeluti dunia Tutor beliau mendalami Process Engineer di PT Hi-Tech Agratektron Sempurna sub-contractor for Siemens Mashusita Asia Pasific di Batam pada tahun 1998 sampai 1999, berikutnya pengalamannya di dunia Ekonomi menjadi Account Development Executive di kantor PT Aneka Infokom Tekindo yang bertempat di Jakarta, perusahaan tersebut berfokus Distributor of Laptop Toshiba di Indonesia, sejak tahun 2000, pada tahun 2002 sampai 2003 sebagai Interviewer and project member pada PT Media Prima, pada tahun 2002-2003. Berkarir menjadi konsultan berawal dari 1998 di P2m UI 9. Consultant engineering, psychology & management: P2M UI, Lemtek FTUI, SDM Pemeliharaan, Nynda Pratama, Back Consulting (1998-2004), menjadi internal auditor di Bank CIMB NIaga 7. Bank CIMB Niaga: Member of Merger’s team (Bank Niaga – Lippobank) Internal Audit, Management Trainee, Internal Audit, Corporate banking, Corporate Affairs, Audit Committee Secretary, Quality Management Representative ISO 9001, Budget coordinator internal audit, culture internalization champion Internal Audit, Co-PM Audit application development, Internal Trainer (2004-2011), menjadi CEO di GT Pro Raya pada tahun 2011 sampai 2012. Prestasi beliau diantara lain mendapatkan Best Paper in The 8th MRC’s Doctoral Journey in Management, FEUI, 2013, Awarded disertation research scholarship: Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP), Awarded PhD program scholarship: CIMB Niaga and University of Indonesia, Awarded Thesis research scholarship: Sasakawa Foundation Japan and Yayasan Pelidimas, Representative of Indonesia’s delegation in Multiculturalism Seminar Asia Pasific Region, by Tokyo Fondation, in Thailand
Jurnal Article yang telah di publikasi antara lain Publication in “The South East Asian Journal of Management”, vol 9 no 1 (2015), as first writer. Article title: Organizational Culture, Absorptive Capacity, Innovation Performance and Competitive Advantage: An Integrated Assessment in Indonesian Banking Industry, beliau menerbitkan Buku berjudul Peran Budaya Organisasi dalam Peningkatan Unjuk Kinerja Perusahaan .

Dr. Joni Swastanto, S.E., M.Sc. (Director of  The Post Graduate Program)

Born in 1956. Obtained a Bachelor (Bachelor) Degree in Economics from Gadjah Mada University (1981), a Bachelor (S2) Degree in Economics from Colorado State University, USA (1985), and a Bachelor of Science (S3) in Economics from the University of Indonesia (2007) .

Currently serving as BNI Commissioner (March 2016-present), and previously as Deputy Commissioner of Strategic Management IIB, Financial Institution Authority (June 2015-2016). Previously served as Director of Bank Supervision Department 3, Bank Indonesia (2008), Director of Banking Licensing and Information Department, Bank Indonesia (2008-2011), Semarang Head of Representative, Bank Indonesia (2011-2013), Head of Banking Information and Licensing Department, Bank Indonesia (2013), Head of the Banking Information and Licensing Department, Financial Services Authority (2013 – 2015)

.

 

Coordination with Regulators

# Instituion Subject
1
Bank Indonesia
Corporate Social Responsibility

STIE IBS : 008/MOU/STIE IBS/VI/2010 dan BI : 12/1/PPSK/DG/MOU

Funding for Academic Research

STIE IBS : 010/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2010

Central Bank Activities Development for University Subjects

STIE IBS : 007/SPK/STIE IBS/II/2013

Funding for Academic Research

STIE IBS : 006/SPK/STIE IBS/II/2013 dan PPSK BI : 15/1/DPSK/SPK

2
Otoritas Jasa Keuangan
Financial Institution Development, Financial and Customer Protection Literacy Development

STIE IBS : 010/SPK/STIE IBS/II/2014 dan OJK : PRJ-20/D.01/2014


Cooperation with Government Owned Banks/Region Banks/Private Banks

# Institution Subject
1
BNI
Publish and Management of IBS Student ID

STIE IBS : 002/SPK/STIE IBS/V/2012

2
Mandiri
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank Mandiri provides internship, operational facilities and product identification as well as banking services for IBS students’ knowledge development.

STIE IBS : 044/SPK/STIE IBS/XII/2013 dan Bank Mandiri : DIR.MOU/26/2013

3
Mandiri Syariah
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank Syariah Mandiri provides internship for IBS students and other sectors.

STIE IBS : 045/SPK/STIE IBS/XII/2013 dan BSM : 15/738-PKS/DIR

4
BRI Syariah
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. BRI Syariah provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 032/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

5
BNI
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. BNI Syariah provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 033/SPK/STIEI BS/VI/2014 dan BNIS : PKS/DIR OP/001/2014

6
Bank Lampung
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank Lampung provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 044/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan Bank Lampung : 052/PKS/DIU/B1/VI/2014

7
Bank DKI
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank DKI provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 049/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan Bank DKI : 3/MoU/DIR/VI/2014

8
Bank Bukopin Syariah
Provides an ATM card that also acts as a Student ID

STIE IBS : 009/SPK/STIE IBS/X/2009 dan PT. BBS : 427/SMW-PIM/MoU/X/2009

9
Bank Muamalat
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank Muamalat provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 025/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

10
BCA Syariah
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. BCA Syariah provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 026/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

11
Panin Bank Syariah
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Panin Syariah provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 027/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

12
Danamon
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Danamon Syariah provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 028/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

13
Mega Syariah
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank Mega Syariah provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 034/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

14
BTPN Syariah
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. BTPN Syariah provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 037/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

15
Bukopin
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. The use of Bank Services

STIE IBS : 041/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan BUKOPIN : MOU.111/DIR-DPSM/VI/2014

16
Bank Saudara
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank Saudara provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 043/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan Bank Saudara : 014/PKS-DIR/IBS/VI/2014

17
Bank Ganesha
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. Bank Ganesha provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS : 045/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan Bank Ganesha : 048/PKS/VI/2014

18
Bank UOB
  1. Education and Practice of Commercial Banking ;
  2. UOB provides internship for IBS students as well as other sectors

STIE IBS: 1215.10/LDB/16NOV2016

Bank UOB: 017/S.Pj.K/STIE IBS/XI/2016

19
Bank KALTIM
Kerjasama Penggunaan dan Pemberian Fasilitas, Layanan Perbankan, Beasiswa, Program Magang dan Bentuk Promosi Lainnya

STIE IBS: 018/S.Pj.K/STIE IBS/XII/2016

Bank KALTIM: 086/PRJ/BPD-PST/XII/2016


Kerjasama dengan Lembaga Profesi

No Instansi/Lembaga Perihal Kerjasama
1
IAI
Keikutsertaan INDONESIA BANKING SCHOOL pada Program IAI Affiliated Campus

STIE IBS : 041/SPK/STIE IBS/XI/2013 dan IAI : 009/MOU/DPN/IAI/XI/2013

2
IBI
Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Perbankan

STIE IBS : 030/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014


Kerja Sama dengan Luar Negeri

No Instansi/Lembaga Perihal Kerja Sama
1
Murdoch University, Australia
  1. staff exchanges;
  2. student exchange programmes;
  3. offering scholarships and articulation; and
  4. collaborative projects in areas of mutual interest.
2
UTM
  1. Exchange of information development of human resources;
  2. Exchange of information development of curriculum, academic evaluation system and quality assurance
  3. Exchange of information pertaining to development of academic facilitties
  4. Promotion of institutional exchanges between faculty and staff
  5. Promotion of exchanges of research;
  6. Promotion of exchanges in sports, arts and culture;
  7. Promotion of organization of conferences, short courses and research issues.
3
Tshwane University
  1. Educational cooperation and exchanges for thr purpose of sharing, understanding historical, social economic and political issues in other countries
  2. Establish programme for faculty exchanges, visits and attachments to promote peer interaction, visiting professorships, joint research and publication
  3. Topics for joint research and publication
  4. Coordinate planned academic activities, manage correspondence and maintain communication between partners.
4
Khon Kaen University, Thailand
  1. Exchange of research materials, publications and information
  2. Development and operation of joint academic programs
  3. Organization of joint research programs
  4. Exchange of students
  5. Exchange of administrative and other non academic staff
  6. Development of common curriculum in areas of mutual interest.

Kerja Sama dengan Lembaga Lain

No Instansi/Lembaga Perihal Kerja Sama
1
Perbarindo
  1. Pemberian pelatihan bagi pegawai dan pejabat BPR;
  2. Penelitian yang berhubungan dengan BPR;
  3. Konsultasi yang berhubungan dengan BPR;
  4. Penelitian mahasiswa; 5. Persiapan pendirian Training Centre kejasama Perbarindo dan IBS.

STIE IBS : 007/SPK/STIE IBS/VIII/2009 dan 001/PKS/DPP-PERB/VIII/2009

2
IDX
Memasyaratkan Pasar Modal dan kegiatan ilmiah secara bersama-sama dalam rangka pengembangan Pasar Modal di Indonesia, di lingkungan masyarakat pada umumnya dan komunitas perguruan tinggi pada khususnya.

STIE IBS : 007/SPK/STIE IBS/X/2012, BEI : SP-00262/BEI.HKM/10-2012, dan SMS : 0174/SMS/DIR/IX/2012

Memasyaratkan Pasar Modal dan kegiatan ilmiah secara bersama-sama dalam rangka pengembangan Pasar Modal di Indonesia, di lingkungan masyarakat pada umumnya dan komunitas perguruan tinggi pada khususnya.

STIE IBS : 007/SPK/STIE IBS/X/2012, BEI : SP-00237/BEI.HKM/09-2012, dan SMS : 0174/SMS/DIR/IX/2012

3
Avrist
  1. Pemberian kesempatan magang bagi Mahasiswa IBS;
  2. Kerjasama di bidang-bidang lainnya (asuransi)

STIE IBS : 031/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan Avrist : 007/LEG- AVR/06/14

4
Asbisindo
Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Perbankan (Magang Mahasiswa)

STIE IBS : 031A/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan ASBISINDO : 21/002/MoU

5
LPPI
Penyelenggaraan Pendidikan Perbankan dan Keuangan

STIE IBS : 040/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan LPPIXI/38/SP-DIR

6
PNM
Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Perbankan

STIE IBS : 042/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan PNM : 015/MoU/PNM/VI/14

7
Perbarindo
Magang Mahasiswa STIE IBS

STIE IBS : 046/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan PERBARINDO : 003/DPP-PERBARINDO/MoU/VI/2014

8
Certif
Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Perbankan

STIE IBS : 048/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014 dan Certif : 012/SPK/CERTIF/KA/VI/2014

9
ICDIF
Penyelenggaraan Pendidikan Perbankan dan Keuangan Syariah

STIE IBS : 056/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

10
BARA
Penelitian dan pengabdian masyarakat serta kegiatan lainnya

STIE IBS : 057/SPK/STIE IBS/VI/2014

11
PT. CILEGON FABRICATORS
Pendidikan, Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat

004/S.Pj.K/STIE IBS/VIII/2015

12
PERURI
Pendidikan, Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat

IBS: 001/S.Pj.K/STIE IBS/II/2017

PERURI: SP-156/II/2017