Research Article

Gender Mapping in Higher Education Systems: A Case in Indonesia


  • Jullimursyida Faculty of Economics and Business University of Malikusaleh, Indonesia
  • Khalsiah Faculty of Education and teacher training, University of Malikusaleh, Indonesia
  • Deasy Siska Faculty of physics education, Maalikusaleh University, Indonesia
  • LIiliswidaningsih Education of Indonesian university, Indonesia
  • Aan Komariah Education of Indonesian university, Indonesia
  • Rozanna Dewi Faculty of Engineering, Malikusaleh University, Indonesia
  • Mawardati Faculty of Agriculture, University Malikusaleh, Indonesia
  • Yessi Aaprilia Faculty of Engineering, Malikusaleh University, Indonesia
  • Andi Asrifan Faculty of Teachers Training and Education, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia


Gender mainstreaming has a very influential foundation in the education sector and controls the quality of development in various regions in Indonesia and other areas. The development of education in the institutional sector in several regions in Indonesia faced various problems, such as (a) the need for mapping opportunities on a policy scale and expanding access; for all genders, (b) The effect of education and quality improvement, very relevant, with competitiveness there is a development and being able to improve the Indonesian economy; (c) improving the quality of higher education to be able to improve the performance of national education also requires a comprehensive reform that has started with the policy of decentralization and educational autonomy as part of the political reform of government. Research objectives a. identify the mapping of gender mainstreaming-based education policies at Malikusaleh University b. reviewing the quality of Gender mainstreaming-based education at Malikusaleh University, and c. improving the quality of Gender mainstreaming education towards higher education transformation & institutions. This study uses a qualitative method. Qualitative methods produce descriptive data. The study results are Gender mainstreaming is an organized strategy in institutions, both internally and externally, based on institutional transformation and influencing organizational culture. The results of this research have changed and given birth to various policies within Malikusaleh University. Education is responsive to the current globalization cycle, including policy requirements, especially for women—advances in science and technology. Gender mainstreaming has produced a new civilization both as a process and an institution. Study findings/gender equality as a common goal can improve the quality of education gradually and have competitiveness both in the territory of Indonesia and in foreign countries.

Article information


Journal of Business and Management Studies

Volume (Issue)

5 (1)





How to Cite

Jullimursyida, Khalsiah, Deasy Siska, LIiliswidaningsih, Aan Komariah, Rozanna Dewi, Mawardati, Yessi Aaprilia, & Andi Asrifan. (2023). Gender Mapping in Higher Education Systems: A Case in Indonesia. Journal of Business and Management Studies, 5(1), 30–37.



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