Admission Path

Fundamental Principles of 
  New Student Admission






Admission of new undergraduate students at PTN is held with the following principles:

  1. Fair:  does not discriminate against religion, ethnicity, race, gender, age, social position, physical condition, and level of economic ability of prospective students, while still taking into the potentials and academic achievements of prospective students and the specificity of the department;
  2. Accountable:implemented according to clear procedures and criteria;
  3. Flexibility: the admission test is held several times and each prospective student can take more than one test;
  4. Efficient:administering university admission tests using information and communication technology, involving human resources, and time flexibility; and
  5. Transparent:the implementation admissions of new student is carried out openly and the results can be accessed easily.

Admission Path and 
 The Allocation of 
 Each Selection Program





The admission path for new students in the Undergraduate Program is carried out through three selection programs, namely: National Selection for State Universities (SNMPTN), Joint Selection for State Universities (SBMPTN), and Independent Selection for State Universities (SMMPTN). 
The allocation of students enrollment for each department that is accepted through SNMPTN is at least 20% (twenty percent) in each department, through SBMPTN at least 40% (forty percent) in each department and through Independent Selection (SMMPTN) at most 30% (three percent) twenty percent) in each department. In addition, it was also stipulated that universities are required to seek and recruit prospective students who have high academic potential, who are economically disadvantaged and who come from the foremost, outermost, and underdeveloped areas to be accepted at least 20% (twenty percent). 

The Implementation of SMMPTN


The implementation of the SMMPTN in Universitas Halu Oleo (UHO) is regulated by the SMMPTN Committee who is formed and determined based on the UHO Rector's Decree. The funding for the implementation of the SMMPTN is borne by the participants and can be funded from the Ministry of Education budget. Thus, participants are charged a selection fee as operational costs in organizing the SMMPTN