Guido Benny Sunardi, S.Sos., M.E.

Ilmu Administrasi


Guido Benny (Benny) was born on 16th June 1976 in Jakarta. He obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration from University of Indonesia (UI) – one of the most prestigious state university in Indonesia, with a 3.75 GPA, and earned a cum laude honor.


During his undergraduate study, Benny was active in several organizations, such as Association of Administrative Sciences Student of UI, Association of Catholic Students,  and Committee for Student Induction Program.


After graduated, he started his career by teaching in the University of Indonesia as Non Permanent Lecturer. Besides, he also conducted several researches. One of the researches was conducted in the Netherland in a team of four, two of them are the Dutch.


In 2001, he was awarded Sampoerna Foundation scholarship for a 2-year Magister of Science in Management Studies program at Faculty of Economics (University of Indonesia) in Depok, Indonesia. He was one of 20 students in the first batch of Sampoerna Foundation Scholars.


During his selection process he indicated his future plan to continue teaching the Business Studies to students of Indonesia.

I consider that: “Indonesia needs strong economy to survive in global competition. To do it, we should give good education that teach the students from Indonesia the arts and science of business and management. I determined myself to teach Indonesian students and conducting researches for the sake of the nation.”

Benny attended University of Indonesia from 2001 to 2003. He was specialized in Management, Strategy, and Marketing. Besides studying, he was also active in conducting Lecture Assistantship in Michael Porter’s Lecture on Microeconomics of Competitiveness in 2003.

After defended his thesis, he graduated from the program with cum laude predicate. With GPA 3.90 out of 4.00, he became one of the best graduate of the UI Postgraduate scholars at the semester

 In May 2006 he became the Permanent Lecturer in University of Indonesia. Besides teaching he conduct about 2 – 3 researches each year.