The Towards the Entrepreneurial University National Benchmarking Report for Indonesia is prepared in the framework of Work Package 2 in BEEHIVE. This national assessment activity which aims to benchmark the current situation of the Indonesian higher education institutions (HEIs) with regards to entrepreneurial ecosystem was carried between April 2017 – November 2017. The framework on how the assessment and evaluation was carried out was built upon on the HEInnovate concept of the EU-OECD LEED programme. This framework has four thematic approaches and seven dimensions. The results show that that entrepreneurship is very important for almost all of the 22 surveyed institutions and it is in some way formally incorporated into the university vision/mission statement. More than half of the universities consider themselves a driving force for entrepreneurship and innovation in regional, social and community development. The majority of the universities invest on staff to promote their entrepreneurial agenda. As far as entrepreneurship education is concerned, all surveyed universities provide entrepreneurship courses and the majority have an entrepreneurship structure / unit in place. Approaches differ significantly, however, and when it comes to more specific actions (rather than policy or strategy) positive answers are not as high as in the case of policy related questions. About half of the HEIs report some kind of social entrepreneurship activity, while slightly more than half of the universities provide accelerator/incubator services or have external links with incubators, science parks etc. The same goes for support for spin-offs or access to funding for business creation.