The government's main source for allocating Endowment Funds in the Education Sector with the aim of developing national education, research, culture, and higher education;
Income derived from the development of Endowment Funds in the Education Sector through short-term and / or long-term investments in securities and non-securities at home and / or abroad.
Other sources in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations. Can be in the form of grants, the results of cooperation with other parties, income from technology transfer of research results, royalties on patent rights, third-party funds, trust funds, both from within and outside the country, and or other sources.
The Endowment Fund in the Education Sector can be developed in the form of short-term and/or long-term investments in domestic and/or foreign securities and non-securities. In carrying out the task of developing funds, LPDP can cooperate with third parties while still prioritizing sound business practices and managing risks, paying attention to the principles of good governance, and acting in accordance with statutory provisions.
Management of endowment funds used in the framework of research, development, assessment, and application to produce inventions and innovations.
Management of endowment funds used to support the development of world-class universities in selected universities.
The management of the Cultural Endowment Fund, also known as the Indonesiana Fund, is used to support the activities of Indonesian cultural figures and artists. This grant fund can be awarded to a cultural group or individuals. This is where the government's presence is manifested in supporting the development and achievements of national cultural figures.
The management of endowment funds is used to ensure the continuity of education programs for the next generation, including religious education.