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Universitas gadjah Mada (UGM) semenjak tahun ini membuka kembali jalur mandiri, yang sebelumnya pernah ditutup seperti di ITB (USM ITB). Berikut Kebijakan UM UGM dalam hal penerimaan mahasiswa baru yang dilakukan kembali melalui sistem UM UGM dengan mempertimbangkan:

1. UU Nomor 12 Tahun 2012 tentang Pendidikan Tinggi.
2. UGM memiliki daya tampung terbatas.
3. UGM memiliki komitmen pada pengembangan SDM nasional.
4. UGM menyadari kemampuan ekonomi masyarakat yang beragam.
5. UGM memperhatikan masyarakat tidak mampu.
6. UGM memperhatikan pengembangan bibit unggul daerah.
7. UGM memberi akses/kesempatan bagi masyarakat 3T (Terdepan, Terluar, Tertinggal).
8. UGM mendukung pengembangan bakat olahraga dan seni.


Ragam Program Ujian Masuk UGM Tahun Akademik 2013/2014

1. Seleksi Nasional Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (SNMPTN)
SNMPTN merupakan pola seleksi nasional berdasarkan penjaringan prestasi akademik dengan menggunakan nilai rapor dan prestasi-prestasi lainnya. Pemerintah membiayai biaya pendaftaran pola penerimaan ini. Informasi SNMPTN klik disini.

2. Seleksi Bersama Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (SBMPTN)
SBMPTN merupakan pola penerimaan yang didasarkan pada hasil ujian tertulis yang dilaksanakan secara nasional. Biaya pendaftaran dibebankan pada pendaftar. Informasi SBMPTN klik disini.

3. Seleksi Mandiri UGM
a. Ujian Tulis (UTUL) UM UGM
b. Penelusuran Bibit Unggul (PBU)
- Penelusuran Bibit Unggul Tidak Mampu (PBUTM)
- Penelusuran Bibit Unggul Berprestasi (PBUB)
- Penelusuran Bakat Olahraga dan Seni (PBOS)
- Penelusuran Bibit Unggul Kemitraan (PBUK)

4. Kelas Internasional (IUP).


Ujian Tulis (UTUL) UM UGM


Ujian Tulis UM UGM merupakan seleksi masuk UGM dengan menggunakan pola ujian tertulis yang diselenggarakan oleh UGM. Pola ini bertujuan memberikan kesempatan kepada lulusan SMA/SMK/MA/MAK tahun 2012, 2013 dan 2014 untuk mengikuti seleksi dengan memilih program studi pada Program Sarjana atau Program Diploma (khusus UTUL Gelombang 1).

Persyaratan Peserta UTUL UM UGM

1. Lulusan SMA/SMK/MA/MAK dalam dan luar negeri tahun 2014, 2013 dan 2012 atau lulusan ujian persamaan atau yang setara lainya tahun 2014, 2013 dan 2012.
2. Memenuhi persyaratan kesehatan yang ditetapkan oleh program studi masing-masing.


Prosedur Pendaftaran UTUL UM UGM

1. Membayar biaya pendaftaran untuk kelompok ujian Saintek/IPA dan Soshum/IPS sebesar Rp 300.000,00 atau untuk kelompok ujian Campuran sebesar Rp 325.000,00 melalui system multi-payment Bank Mandiri.
2. Login ke situs http://um.ugm.ac.id untuk mengisi formulir pendaftaran secara online.
3. Mencetak bukti pendaftaran online kemudian melengkapi berkas pendaftaran di bawah ini:
1. Bukti pendaftaran;
2. Pas foto berwarna terbaru ukuran 4x6 (background biru);
3. Surat kesanggupan pembiayaan bermeterai;
4. Surat keterangan penghasilan orangtua/wali;
5. Fotokopi STK/STTB/UAN.
Keterangan : harap dibawa pada saat hari-H ujian kecuali bagi peserta yang memilih lokasi ujian di luar kota Yogyakarta kelengkapan berkas dibawa pada saat verifikasi.


Pilihan Program Studi

1. Program Studi pada Program Sarjana dan Diploma UGM dibagi menjadi 2 kelompok, yaitu Program Studi Kelompok Saintek/IPA dan Program Studi Kelompok Soshum/IPS.
2. Peserta dapat memilih sebanyak-banyaknya 3 (tiga) program studi sesuai dengan kelompok ujian yang diikuti, yaitu:
a. Kelompok ujian Saintek/IPA hanya dapat memilih program studi Saintek/IPA pada program Sarjana atau Diploma atau keduanya (baik Program Sarjana dan Diploma).
b. Kelompok ujian Soshum/IPS hanya dapat memilih program studi Soshum/IPS pada program Sarjana atau Diploma atau keduanya (baik Program Sarjana dan Diploma).
c. Kelompok ujian Campuran/IPC dapat memilih program studi yang merupakan campuran dari program studi kelompok Saintek/IPA dan kelompok Soshum/IPS pada program Sarjana atau Diploma atau keduanya (baik Program Sarjana dan Diploma).
3. Urutan dalam pemilihan program studi menyatakan prioritas pilihan.


Materi UTUL UM UGM

Materi Ujian Tulis Ujian Masuk (UTUL UM) UGM adalah sebagai berikut:

1. Tes Kemampuan Dasar Umum
2. Tes Potensi Akademik
3. Tes Kemampuan Soshum
4. Tes Kemampuan Saintek



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Polemik bisa atau tidaknya mahasiswa Sekolah Vokasi (SV) Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) melanjutkan pendidikan sarjana strata 1 (S-1) di kampus tersebut akhirnya terjawab.

Dalam Sidang Pleno Khusus Senat Akademik (SA) UGM diputuskan, para lulusan sekolah vokasi dapat melanjutkan studi ke program S-1 di kampus tersebut.

"Ada dua keputusan dalam rapat khusus SA, yaitu mahasiswa vokasi bisa alih jenis ke S-1 dan pembukaan program diploma (D-4)," ungkap Wakil Rektor Senior Bidang Pendidikan, Penelitian, dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (P3M) UGM Retno Sunarminingsih kemarin.

Keinginan mahasiswa sekolah vokasi terkabul bukan berarti mereka secara otomatis bisa langsung alih studi ke S-1. Tetap ada persyaratan yang harus mereka penuhi. Di antaranya persyaratan nilai minimal indeks prestasi kumulatif (IPK), lulus tepat waktu, dan umur ijazah. "Untuk IPK minimal 3,25, menyelesaikan studi tiga tahun, dan ijazah berumur dua tahun sejak lulus," paparnya.

Selain itu, kuota mahasiswa sekolah vokasi maksimal lima persen dari daya tampung jurusan atau program studi (prodi) sejenis. Alasan pembatasan kuota adalah sesuai ketentuan, yakni penerimaan alih jenis melebihi 10 persen akan membuat akreditasi jurusan dan prodi itu turun.

"Karena itu, untuk kuota ditetapkan hanya lima persen dari daya tampung," ucapnya.

Keputusan ini hanya berlaku bagi mahasiswa SV angkatan 2011 dan sebelumnya. Ketentuan umur ijazah maksimal dua tahun setelah lulus SV. Bagi mahasiswa SV angkatan 2012 ke atas harus mengikuti aturan yang ada, yakni sesuai tujuan program pendidikan SV yaitu menciptakan tenaga ahli yang dibutuhkan pasar.

"Hal ini juga sesuai Peraturan Pemerintah (PP) No 8/2012 tentang Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia (KKNI)," ucap Retno.

KKNI menyebutkan, di dalam pendidikan ada jalur formal dan nonformal. Dalam jalur ini, ada tiga jenis yaitu akademik, profesi, dan vokasi. Sementara jalur akademik adalah mempersiapkan lulusan sebagai ilmuwan sehingga dalam perkuliahan lebih difokuskan pada teori dalam ilmu pengetahuan. Adapun vokasi guna memenuhi kebutuhan pasar sehingga perkuliahannya lebih difokuskan pada keahlian dan terapan langsung sesuai jurusan atau prodi tersebut.

"Dengan adanya perbedaan tersebut maka tidak dapat dicampuradukkan antara program S-1 dan vokasi karena sekolah vokasi merupakan terminal," tandasnya.

Menanggapi keputusan ini, Koordinator Advokasi Forum Komunikasi Mahasiswa Sekolah Vokasi (Forkomsi) UGM Annisa mengutarakan, meskipun dikabulkan, tapi tetap keberatan dengan beberapa persyaratan guna melanjutkan studi S-1, misalnya syarat IPK dan kuota. Dengan IPK minimal 3,25 dan kuota lima persen dari daya tampung jelas sangat memberatkan mahasiswa.

"Dengan syarat itu, posisi kami mengambang antara bisa dan tidak. Karena itu, kami minta persyaratan itu ditinjau ulang dan memberikan kesempatan yang sama bagi semua mahasiswa sekolah vokasi yang ingin alih jenis," kata mahasiswa Vokasi Bahasa Inggris angkatan 2010, yang biasa dipanggil Icha ini.

Selain itu, karena alih jenis ini hanya bagi mahasiswa SV angkatan 2011 dan sebelumnya dan tidak berlaku bagi angkatan 2012, pihaknya meminta UGM segera menyosialisasikan hal ini kepada mahasiswa baru 2012 bahwa sekolah vokasi adalah pendidikan terminal dan tidak bisa melanjutkan S-1 ke UGM.

"Harapannya, mahasiswa baru sekolah vokasi 2012 mengerti atas pilihannya. Jangan sampai seperti saat kami masuk dulu," tandasnya.
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Sekitar 40.000 pendaftar akan bersaing memperebutkan kursi jalur undangan Seleksi Nasional Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta 2012.

"Persaingan yang cukup ketat terjadi karena jumlah pendaftar berpuluh kali lebih banyak dibandingkan dengan kursi yang disediakan," kata Ketua Tim Jalur Undangan Seleksi Nasional Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (SNMPTN) Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Budi Prasetyo Widyobroto di Yogyakarta, Rabu.

Menurut dia, sampai dengan batas akhir pendaftaran pada 8 Maret 2012 pukul 22.00 WIB, jumlah pendaftar pada jalur undangan diprediksi akan mencapai lebih dari 40.000 siswa. Hal itu berdasarkan pengalaman tahun lalu di mana pendaftar akan melonjak saat menjelang penutupan pendaftaran.

"Pada tahun ini kuota untuk jalur undangan SNMPTN di UGM sebanyak 3.438 kursi, sedangkan jalur Beasiswa Pendidikan Masyarakat Miskin (Bidikmisi) disediakan 1.000 kursi yang bisa diperoleh melalui seleksi jalur undangan termasuk lewat jalur ujian tulis," katanya.

Budi yang juga Direktur Administrasi Akademik (DAA) UGM mengatakan sampai saat ini sebanyak 26.231 siswa dari seluruh Indonesia telah mendaftar jalur undangan SNMPTN UGM. Pada jalur Bidikmisi, pendaftar sudah mencapai 6.097 siswa.

"Siswa pendaftar pada tahun ini didominasi dari Jawa Tengah yang jumlahnya mencapai 5.855 siswa untuk jalur undangan, dan 1.769 siswa jalur Bidikmisi. Pada peringkat kedua adalah Jawa Barat dengan 3.418 siswa jalur undangan, dan 1.113 siswa jalur Bidikmisi," katanya.

Menurut dia, pada tahun lalu, pendaftar jalur undangan didominasi dari Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta (DIY). Namun, pada tahun ini DIY berada di posisi ketiga, dengan rincian 3.212 siswa jalur undangan dan 935 siswa jalur Bidikmisi.

"Jumlah pendaftar terkecil berasal dari Maluku Utara, yakni 51 siswa jalur undangan, dan sembilan siswa jalur Bidikmisi," katanya.

Ia mengatakan jurusan paling diminati di bidang ilmu eksakta adalah Pendidikan Kedokteran, Farmasi, Teknologi Informatika, Teknik Industri, dan Teknik Kimia.

Pada ilmu noneksakta, kata dia, jurusan yang paling diminati adalah Akuntansi, Manajemen, Psikologi, Hubungan Internasonal, dan Komunikasi.

"Pengumuman jalur undangan dan Bidikmisi akan dilakukan pada 28 Mei 2012," kata Budi.
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Change is inevitable. Universities are in unique position to deal with change; universities should present modeling leadership in flexibility and transformation. Universitas Gadjah Mada takes this responsibility seriously, not forgetting that the role of a university is to benefit the nation and humanity. Through research and education programs that are dedicated to generating new knowledge, the university is committed to serving the needs of the society. Research is the foundation of all knowledge, both that which is taught and that which informs service, and as such, research is central to role of a world-class university. Universitas Gadjah Mada is dedicated to supporting research and teaching that can increase prosperity, security and human welfare. This commitment requires research that is relevant, faculty who are empowered, and administration that is efficient. These goals are not simple to achieve, and are never fully met. Instead, Universitas Gadjah Mada recognizes that this is an ongoing, continual process of improvement, one which requires an engagement with global networks, but which remains committed to uniquely Indonesian values. Strong administrative leadership is necessary to insure that faculties are able to generate knowledge that contributes to a sustainable society, and that citizens are able to access the equity in that knowledge. In the spirit of this commitment, it is vital that universities address pressing social issues such as poverty and social tension.

As the oldest and largest university in Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada is especially charged with the responsibility to generate scholars and vision for the nation, through global interconnections that retaining cultural authenticity and a passion for social change. Universities cannot simply pursue knowledge without a purpose, but rather must uphold and integrate the best social values of a society in the process, never losing sight of the fact that universities exist for people, rather than the reverse. Universitas Gadjah Mada invites the world community and global industry to join this project of integrating research with pursuit of a better social good. The global connections of an international university can only be fully maximized when there is strong internal cooperation from within the university. In this way, Universitas Gadjah Mada has to be able to cope with the change we know will come, and those that we cannot anticipate in advance.

INTAKE I ADMISSION TIMELINE
No.ActivitiesMayJune
16 – 2023 – 2730 – 3 June6 – 1013 – 1720 – 2427 – 1 July
1Application Submission20 May - 12 June

2Administrative Verification *



13

3Preliminary Committee Session *



14

4Academic Verification (IPD & Interview)



17 - 18

5Result Anouncement




21
6Fees Full-Payment




22 - 27
7Student Registration





28

*) by committee

INTAKE II ADMISSION TIMELINE
No.ActivitiesJuneJulyAugust
21 – 1 July4 – 811 – 1518 – 2225 – 291 – 58 – 1215 – 1922 – 26
1Application Fee Payment & Submission30 June - 24 July




2Administrative Verification *



25 - 27



3Preliminary Committee Session *



28



4Academic Verification (Gadjah Mada Scholastic Test **, TOEFL-Like***, & Interview)



30



5Final Committee Session *





12

6Result Anouncement






13
7Fees Full-Payment






15 - 22
8Student Registration







23 - 25

*) by committee
**) Gadjah Mada Scholastic Test minimum score required will be 500.
***) TOEFL-Like minimum score required will be 500.
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Universities are in unique position to deal with change; universities should present modeling leadership in flexibility and transformation. Universitas Gadjah Mada takes this responsibility seriously, not forgetting that the role of a university is to benefit the nation and humanity. Through research and education programs that are dedicated to generating new knowledge, the university is committed to serving the needs of the society. Research is the foundation of all knowledge, both that which is taught and that which informs service, and as such, research is central to role of a world-class university. Universitas Gadjah Mada is dedicated to supporting research and teaching that can increase prosperity, security and human welfare. This commitment requires research that is relevant, faculty who are empowered, and administration that is efficient. These goals are not simple to achieve, and are never fully met. Instead, Universitas Gadjah Mada recognizes that this is an ongoing, continual process of improvement, one which requires an engagement with global networks, but which remains committed to uniquely Indonesian values. Strong administrative leadership is necessary to insure that faculties are able to generate knowledge that contributes to a sustainable society, and that citizens are able to access the equity in that knowledge. In the spirit of this commitment, it is vital that universities address pressing social issues such as poverty and social tension.

Computer Science Studies Program

In response to fast-paced progress in information and communication technology (ICT) and increasing global and national demands for ICT professionals, the Computer Science International Undergraduate Program is established in Universitas Gadjah Mada starting in academic year 2011/2012. The program offers overseas as well as Indonesian students an opportunity to study and obtain their Bachelor's degree in Computer Science with international standard and excellent curriculum.

The curriculum allows students to select one from four specializations: computation, intelligent systems, computer systems and networks, and information systems and multimedia. Each specialization is backed up by a research lab, where lecturers specializing in that area and students collaborate in an invigorating research environment.

In order to complete their study and obtain a degree, a student must have passed at least 144 credits of courses. The courses are divided into three categories: core (105 credits), specialization (15 credits) and elective. Both core and specialization courses are mandatory. The core courses are common to all specializations.

Students are required to take a 3-credit community service and a 6-credit thesis in the final stage of the program. The community service is a program where students are put in a real work setting for a certain duration of time equivalent to a minimum of 288 hours. The standard completion time of the program is 8 semesters (4 years).


VISION

To be an internationally well-known and nationally leading faculty in education, research, and community-service activities and to produce graduates who are competent in their field, literate in information technology, entrepreneurial and competitive nationally and internationally.


MISSION

The mission of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences is:

  1. To carry out frontier research-based education in mathematics and natural sciences, up to post-graduate programs, with world-class and potential graduates by developing all departments and study programs.
  2. To carry out world-class fundamental and applied researches in an integrated manner to promote science and technology development for the nation’s and society’s welfare by developing all departments and research groups.
  3. To increase the faculty’s role in industry, information and communication technology, energy, environment, health and economy so that stakeholders may cooperatively develop and apply mathematics and natural sciences.
  4. To increase the faculty’s role as a valuable institution for society through activities that employ mathematics and natural sciences for propping up society’s welfare and well-being both in material and spiritual aspects.
  5. To make the faculty as a service center for research, training and consulting in mathematics and natural sciences and their applications.
  6. To realize the faculty as a good governance institution in order to support UGM as a self-sufficient university.

GOAL AND OBJECTIVE OF CS-IUP ESTABLISHMENT

The CS-IUP commits to provide students with an education of the highest possible quality. There is essential policy of the program in terms of developing a program that provides resources to help students to be competitive in pursuing their future careers. In line with the Faculty's vision and mission, the general goals and objectives of Computer Science International Undergraduate Program are to:

  • Expand and reshape portfolio of the CS-IUP’s services to higher quality and internationally competitive educational programs.
  • Drive CS-IUP’s position in international market of higher education in computer science.
  • Meet international market demands for internationally oriented graduates.
  • Strengthen the nation (especially UGM) competitiveness.

FEES

TuitionRp 18,000,000/semester


ADDRESS

Ilmu Komputer International Program
Sekip Unit III, FMIPA Gedung Selatan
Yogyakarta 55281
INDONESIA
Telephone: +62 (274) 546194
Mobile: +628164267256, +6281392515675
Facsimile: +62 (274) 556194
Email: cs-iup@ugm.ac.id


ONLINE APPLICATION

Please click here for Intake III Online Application from 10 - 23 August 2011.




Chemistry Program

The prosperity of modern societies is partly based on the far-reaching achievements of Chemistry. Progress in this discipline enables innovations in medicine, agriculture, energy, and in almost all manufacturing sectors of industry and materials for everyday use. With it, chemistry contributes to the improvement of the quality of life of people.


QUICK FACTS

The Chemistry Department which is nationally leading and internationally recognized in education, research, and community services has responsibility to prepare qualified graduates having excellent knowledge and skills in Chemistry, capability to manage international collaboration and competition, as well as motivation to achieve the prosperity of mankind. The Department of Chemistry was established on September 1, 1960 and then achieved its international reputation in a couple decades ago. The postgraduate programs were inaugurated in 1980. Now, it offers undergraduate, master, and doctoral programs. Currently, the enrollment comprises 478 undergraduate, 180 master, and 84 Ph.D. students. As of May 2011, the department has granted 1883 B.Sc. (Sarjana Sains), 350 M.Sc., and 21 Ph.D. degrees.


SUPPORTING STAFFS

The department has 43 educative staff members, 34 of them are Ph.D. holders. Among the Ph.D. members, 25 have overseas Ph.D. degrees. Of them, 14 are professors and 18 associate professors. There are 7 educative staff members taking Ph.D. courses in overseas and domestic universities. It is supported by 34 quality technicians and administration staffs.


CURRICULUM

The current curriculum offers 114 credit hours of core courses and 79 credit hours of elective courses. A candidate has to complete all 114 credit hours of the core courses and 30 credit hours of elective courses with GPA of at least 2.00 to be granted a B.Sc. degree. Likewise, M.Sc. and Ph.D. students have to compelete 40 and 16 course hours, respectively , with satisfactory GPA.


QUALITY ASSURANCE

To ensure quality programs, the undergraduate program has been regularly assessed by National Board of Accreditation of Higher Education (BAN PT) with grade ‘A’. In October 2009, it was also been assessed by ASEAN University Network QA. In addition, both M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs were also achieved ‘A’ quality.


INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES

The department occupies part of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences buildings with total floor plan of 6000 m2. It has 4 research and teaching laboratories that are Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry Laboratories and 1 undergraduate teaching laboratory for Basic Chemistry Laboratory Work and a Computational Chemistry Laboratory of Austrian-Indonesian Centre for Computational Chemistry (AIC). It is also equipped with an array of international standard of research equipments including AAS, UV-Vis, DTA-TGA, Electrophoresis, Potentiometer, Bomb Calorimeter, GC-MS, HPLC, H-NMR, IR, UV-VIS, TLC Scanner etc. In January 2010, it acquired a Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM), a major equipment to support qualified nano-research.


JOINT INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM

Since 2007, the Department of Chemistry has started a joint M.Sc. Dual Degree Program with The Institute of Ecological Chemistry and Waste Analysis of the Faculty of Life Sciences of Technische Universitaet Carolo Wilhelmina (TUBS) in Braunschweig, Germany, in the field of "Sustainability and Chemical Safety". The aim of the program is "to enable the students towards the application of chemical principles in lifting the quality of human life without degrading the biotic and abiotic environmental quality". To date, it has granted 2 M.Sc. graduates and there are 5 students working on their theses in Braunschweig, Germany. Some staffs have various joint researches with international institutions such as Keio University, Chiba University, Hokkaido Universities, TUBS, etc. The department is also actively involved in Excellence Center for Development (EXCEED) Cooperation, i.e. an international organization for sustainable water management in developing countries.


RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION

Research is one of the cores of the department advancement. Research is elaborated to support the advancement of science and its application, and to assist Universitas Gadjah Mada in pursuing its vision to become an internationally recognized research university. The staff members within the department develop 5 research groups consisting of Life Sciences, Industrial Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Material Chemistry, and Theoretical and Computational Chemistry. In the last five years, they published 28 papers in international journals and 64 in national journals. Some of the faculty members serve as editors and reviewers of international journals, and even as Scientific Adviser of IFS (International Foundation for Sciences), Sweden.


FEES

AdmissionRp 30,000,000
TuitionRp 10,000,000/semester


ONLINE APPLICATION

Please click here for Intake III Online Application from 10 - 23 August 2011.



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As the oldest and largest university in Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada is especially charged with the responsibility to generate scholars and vision for the nation, through global interconnections that retaining cultural authenticity and a passion for social change. Universities cannot simply pursue knowledge without a purpose, but rather must uphold and integrate the best social values of a society in the process, never losing sight of the fact that universities exist for people, rather than the reverse. Universitas Gadjah Mada invites the world community and global industry to join this project of integrating research with pursuit of a better social good. The global connections of an international university can only be fully maximized when there is strong internal cooperation from within the university. In this way, Universitas Gadjah Mada has to be able to cope with the change we know will come, and those that we cannot anticipate in advance.

Tourism Studies Program

Rationalizations in establishing an international class in the Tourism Studies Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences are as follows:

  1. Referring to the Mission and Vision of Universitas Gadjah Mada and the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, i.e. the realization of world-class university programs.
  2. Preparing graduates who will be able to compete at the international level.
  3. Responding to public interested in attending international-standard education.
  4. Accelerating the quality improvement of learning in regular programs towards an international standard.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Tourism Studies Program offers the study of tourism in three main majors, namely destination management, travel and tour management, and hotel hospitality. The program educates students with varying skills related to those areas so that they will be highly capable in either planning or managing tourism-related businesses and institutions.


VISION

The Tourism Studies Program will be nationally and internationally recognized as the leading institution in education and research in tourism in order to contribute to people's welfare and humanity, and bases its philosophy on the Pancasila principles.


MISSION

  1. To provide a highly qualified and nationally and internationally-acclaimed education in tourism studies and research.
  2. To graduate tourism professionals possessing cultural and moral awareness, innovation, leadership, and awareness in humanity.
  3. To develop researches in the tourism knowledge which help realize high quality education, knowledge, technology and art for the nation and humanity.
  4. To improve community services in the field of tourism in solving humanity’s and community’s problems.
  5. To conduct cooperation with institutions either in domestic or abroad in the field of tourism to improve the quality of education, research, and community services.
  6. To conduct sustainable and high quality study program organization and accountable management in answering the changing world.

SPECIFICATION

The study of travel, tourism system, and tourism implications to its stakeholders, culture, and environment.


COMPETENCE

To graduate tourism professionals with high capabilities in tourism knowledge and to actively involved in humanity and the nation’s welfare as well. The Tourism Studies Program aims at graduating tourism professionals who are able to:

  • plan, develop, and manage tourism destination and attraction, travel, and hotel hospitality;
  • market national tourism-related products, explain and promote international tourism;
  • create and/or develop new tourism attraction;
  • manage undesirable impacts of tourism industry;
  • arrange a tourism operational planning, tour packages and their costs;
  • organize human resources in the field of tourism;
  • continuously develop knowledge about law, regulations, and policies related to businesses in tourism sector; and
  • run tourism-related businesses.

CREDIT HOURS

Students are required to take 144 to 148 credit hours, consisting of 123 credit hours of compulsory subjects and 49 credit hours of elective subjects.


CURRICULUM

SEMESTER I
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Religion (Indonesian Values and Beliefs)3C
2Introduction to Humanities 4C
3English I4C
4Introduction to Tourism3C
5Indonesian Archaeology2C
6Tourism Economics2C
7Indonesian History 2E
8French I2E
9Korean I 2E
10Dutch I2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER II
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Civics and State Ideology3C
2Composition2C
3English II4C
4Tourism Laws2C
5Tourism Ethics Code2C
6Tourism Impact2C
7Tourism Information System 2C
8Tourism Human Resources2C
9French II2E
10Korean II 2E
11Dutch II2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER III
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Indonesian Culture4C
2Tourism Psychology2C
3Innovation in Tourism3C
4Tourism Business2C
5Introduction to Hospitality 3C
6Performance Management2E
7Javanese Art2E
8Empowering Community2E
9Japanese I2E
10Mandarin I2E
TOTAL24


SEMESTER IV
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1English for Tourism I3C
2Tourism Intellectual History 3C
3Hospitality Management3C
4MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Convention & Exhibition)2C
5Tourism Management3C
6Tour Management 4C
7Tourism Policy2C
8Interpretation and Guiding2E
9Japanese II2E
10Mandarin II2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER V
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1English for Tourism II3C
2Tourism Marketing3C
3Tourism Statistics3C
4Geography of Indonesian Tourism2C
5Multiculturalism2C
6Food & Beverage Management I4C
7Tourism Planning3C
8Ecotourism2E
9Germany I2E
10Arabic I2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER VI
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1English for Tourism III3C
2Sustainable Tourism Development3C
3Geography of International Tourism2C
4Cultural Tourism3C
5Hygiene and Sanitation 2C
6Tourism Feasibility Study3C
7Hotel, Destination, and Travel Agent Accounting3E
8Food & Beverage Management II3E
9Germany I2E
10Arabic I2E
TOTAL26


SEMESTER VII
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Internship3C
2Tourism Research Methodology3C
3Seminar3C
4Community Service3C
TOTAL12


SEMESTER VIII
NoSubjectCredit HoursStatus
1Tourism Research Project6C
TOTAL6



CARRIER OPPORTUNITY

Tour and travel manager, hotel manager, researcher, tourism consultant, restaurant manager, government employee in tourism office, event organizer manager, airline manager.


FEES

AdmissionRp 25,000,000
TuitionRp 10,000,000/semester


CONTACT AND INFORMATION

TOURISM STUDIES PROGRAM
FACULTY OF CULTURAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA
Jl. Nusantara No. 1 Bulaksumur, Yogyakarta 55281 Indonesia
Phone: +62 274 901137, 513096 Ext. 105
Fax: +62 274 550541
E-mail: tourismdepartment.ugm@gmail.com

PIC:

  1. Fahmi Prihantoro, S.S., S.H., M.A.
    Phone: +62 81 1251138
    E-mail: fahmiprihantoro@yahoo.co.id
  2. Popi Irawan, S.S., M.Sc.
    Phone: +62 813 92757211
    E-mail: popi.irawan@gmail.com

ONLINE APPLICATION

Please click here for Intake III Online Application from 10 - 23 August 2011.



English Studies Program

The English Department promotes the study of English language and literature, and culture. The program provides students with the ability to read and write texts of various genres, with a critical understanding of their cultural implications; introduces students to works of English, American, writers and other literature in the English language taken from various time periods; and to the linguistic and rhetorical concepts in the English language.


AIMS

English Department aims to produce graduates who will become bilinguals who are critical and creative thinkers, are able to conduct self-directed learning, posess cross cultural understanding and are able to compete in the global world while placing emphasis on their Indonesian cultural roots.


VISION

The English Department will be both nationally and internationally recognized as the leading education and research institution in English language and literature based on humanity and Pancasila.


MISSION

The mission of the English Department is:

  1. to provide an international sandard of education in English language and literature;
  2. to produce graduates who are professional bilinguals in the three perspective cores, linguistics, literary and culture; to prepare students who are ethical, innovative,and have interests in issues of humanity and community, who can compete to realize the glory of the nation; and be leaders in a wide range of social endavors;
  3. to develop multicultural-based learning, and employ a competence-based curriculum that is broad and flexible enabling sudents o develop themselves in line with the social dynamics;
  4. to enhance researches in English language and literature endorsing the advance of education, sciences, technology, and art which useful for the prosperity of the nation and human kind;
  5. to involve students n community services in order to be able to connect academics and the society by applying their knowledge of linguistics, literature, to solve community�s and humanity�s problems;
  6. to cooperate with national and international institutions in the fields of language, literature and culture in order to enhance education, research, and community service;
  7. to continuously ensure a highly qualified and transparent organization and management of the department to meet the needs of a changing world.

CURRICULUM

The English Department offers a range of courses encouraging students to experience the chronological and intellectual range of English literature and language.

SEMESTER I
NoSubject
1Indonesian values and beliefs
2Civics and State Ideology
3Integrated English I
4Communicative English I
5Indonesian Language and Culture


SEMESTER II
NoSubject
1Introduction to Humanities
2Integrated English II
3Communicative English II
4Introduction to Literature
5Linguistics I


SEMESTER III
NoSubject
1Multiculturalism
2Romantic Literature
3Gothic Traditions
4Science (and) Fictions
5Linguistics II


SEMESTER IV
NoSubject
1Translation
2Populer Literature
3Autobiography
4The reflection of reality : Literature of the 19th and 20th century
5Book Report I


SEMESTER V
NoSubject
1Colonial and Poscolonial Literature
2Literature Research Methodology and Seminar
3Language Research Methodology and Seminar
4Professional Writing
5Book Report II


SEMESTER VI
NoSubject
1Community service
2Creative writing
3Proposal writing
4Contemporary Literature
5Soft Skills


SEMESTER VII
Elective courses (choose max 3 subjects)
NoSubject
1Sociolinguistics
2Shakespeare
3Translation/Interpreting In Practice
4Course Design
5British Studies
6Black/Southern Literature
7French/German I
8French/German II
9Language Teaching Methodology
10American Studies
11International Relationship


SEMESTER VIII
NoSubject
1Graduating Paper


The students have to take a minimum of 144 and a maximum of 148 credit hours.


CARRIER OPPORTUNITY

The department prepares its students for a variety of professions; translator, lecturer, interpreter, journalist, diplomat, language consultant, researcher, government officer, secretary, editor, guide, content writer, book reviewer.


INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP

The English Department has a strong relation with Oberlin Shansi Memorial Association, a private foundation located on the Oberlin College campus in Ohio that promotes educational and cultural understanding and exchanges.


FACILITIES

  1. Library
  2. Language Center
  3. Computer Laboratory
  4. Javanese Gamelan Ensemble
  5. SAU
  6. Phonetic Laboratory

FEES

AdmissionRp 25,000,000
TuitionRp 10,000,000/semester


FACULTY MEMBERS

  1. Adi Sutrisno, Drs. M.A . (Applied Linguistics)
  2. Amin Basuki, S.S., M.A (Linguistics)
  3. Aris Munandar, S.S, M.Hum (Applied Linguistics)
  4. Bernadus Hidayat, Drs., M.A (Literature, Translation)
  5. C. Soebakdi Soemanto, Prof. Dr., S.U. (Creative Writing, Classical Drama, American Theatre)
  6. Djoko Moerdiyanto, Drs. M.A (American Studies and Literature)
  7. Eddy Pursubaryanto, Drs. Dipl.TESL., M.Hum. (Cross Cultural Studies)
  8. Esmeraldayanti Sosronegoro, Dra., S.U. (American Studies, Modern Drama)
  9. FX. Nadar, Dr., M.A (Pragmatics, Translation, Language Teaching Method)
  10. Ida Rochani Adi, Dr., S.U. (American Studies, Popular Literature, Popular Culture)
  11. Juliasih, Dr., S.U. (American Studies, Literature, Feminism)
  12. Muh. Arif Rohman, Drs. M.Hum. (Translation, Comparative Literature, Cultural Studies)
  13. Ni Gusti Ayu Roeslani, Dra. M.A (Applied Linguistics)
  14. Nur Saktiningrum, S.S., M.Hum (American Studies, Religion)
  15. Rio Rini Diah Moehkardi, Dra. M.A (Applied Linguistics,TESOL)
  16. Sharifah Hanidar, Dra. M.Ed (Applied Linguistics, Literature, Education)
  17. Stephanus Djawanai, Ph.D, Drs. (Linguistics)
  18. Tofan Dwi Hardjanto, Drs. M.A (Applied Linguistics)
  19. Niken Sawitri, Dra. M.A. (Applied Linguistics)
  20. Sari Lestari, Dra. M.A (Applied Linguistics)
  21. Endang Soelistiyowati, M Pd, Dr.( Applied Linguistics, Education)

CONTACT AND INFORMATION

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
FACULTY OF CULTURAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA
Jl. Nusantara 1 Bulaksumur Yogyakarta 55281 Indonesia
Phone: +62 274 901137, 513096 ext. 105
Fax: +62 274 550541
Website: http://english.fib.ugm.ac.id/
Email: englishdept.ugm@gmail.com

PIC:

  1. Sharifah Hanidar, Dra. , M.Ed.
    Phone : 087839494445
    Email : dearhani@yahoo.com
  2. Nur Saktiningrum, S.S. M. Hum
    Phone : 08179402659
    Email : nsningrum@yahoo.com

ONLINE APPLICATION

Please click here for Intake III Online Application from 10 - 23 August 2011.




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Globalization today has not only created new opportunities, but has also brought new challenges. In a global, liberalized and interconnected world where opportunities and changes are great, institutions must extend their capacity to interact within the global sphere. Universitas Gadjah Mada’s Faculty of Law, a well-established legal education institution and recognised as one of the top law faculties in Indonesia, has the capacity to extend its reach to an international level. This extension is to be facilitated through a process of “internationalization” that will be driven by the mission of Universitas Gadjah Mada: “(to) become an excellent and prominent research university according to international standards, orientated around the interests of the people and based on the Pancasila”. This mission has motivated and encouraged the Faculty of Law at Universitas Gadjah Mada, as a leading educational institution in Indonesia, to become part of an educational setting at an international level, especially to prepare its students to work to a level that is comparable to that of students from outstanding universities around the world.

The Faculty of Law at Universitas Gadjah Mada understands the need for a long-term strategy to meet this mission, in order to continuously create new approaches and adapt to existing ones which can assist the institution deal more effectively with new opportunities and challenges. One strategic way to address this mission is to establish an international program within the Faculty of Law.

The international program shall promote the Faculty of Law and the Universitas Gadjah Mada internationally, in line with our mission to become an internationally recognized higher educational institution. Graduates will be expected to master the scientific knowledge and practical skills of law in an open-minded, critical and tolerant manner that is sensitive to individuals, especially in relation to legal and judicial matters, and be able to implement their skills and knowledge in solving legal and judicial problems. Our modest and open-minded society, full of the warm and friendly people of the city of Yogyakarta support this process.

The international program has been arranged under the coordination of the International Program Office, the Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada. The IP Office manages activities and programs that relate particularly to the International Undergraduate Program (IUP). This program relates to the development of international networks with foreign universities and other institutions. The IUP shall concentrate on three areas—Public International Law, Business Law, and Constitutional Law—and invite Indonesian and foreign nationals to partake in the study and teaching of these areas. As well as the IUP, several programs have already been held by the International Program in cooperation with other foreign universities and international institutions, in the form of training and seminars, workshops, summer courses, internships, auditing students, and visiting professors.

By joining the International Program you will be giving yourself the chance to realize that precious opportunities are within your reach.

Admission


Applicants for admission must possess a graduation certificate from a reputable High school in Indonesia or Abroad.
Applicants for admission must register for and take the acquisition test conducted by IUP Faculty of Law Universitas Gadjah Mada.
Applications for admission must be submitted latest:
1) 4th week of December 0f 2010 for period I (10 and 11 of January 2011 will be the test date),
2) 4th week of March of 2011 for period II (8 and 9 of April 2011 will be the test date),
3) 4th week of May of 2011 for period III (1st week of June will be the test date)
The following items are required to complete the application for admission:
1) Download and print the admission form,
2) Fill in the form,
3) Copy of High School Report and National Exams score,
4) Three recent (3x4)and (4x6) Photographs,
5) Pay the application fee IDR 1,000,000 (is non refundable),
Send all the documents above to Secretariat IUP Faculty of Law, UGM, Yogyakarta

click here to download the admission form
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Gadjah Mada University (GMU) has collaboration in double degree program with: Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen, Netherlands, Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University, Netherlands, Pforzheim University, Germany, Faculty of Economics and Commerce, University of Melbourne, Australia, ESCEM School of Business and Management. We also have collaboration in student exchange program with: University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden, Germany, Pforzheim University, Germany, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, ESCEM School of Business and Management, France, ISCTE Lisboa, Portugal, Hiroshima University of Economics, Japan, Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Germany, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, Nagoya University, Japan, Chuo University, Japan, Saga University, Japan, The University of Tokyo, Japan, Chiba University, Japan, Daejon University, Korea.International Undergraduate Admissions test is organized into three intakes:
Intake I : 4th week of December
Intake II : 4th week of April
Intake III : 1st week of July
Applicants welcome to apply anytime and free to select which intake they wish to apply. Applicants may send the application by post or come to the Admission Office of Faculty of Economics and Business. When applying online, applicants need to send complete relevant documents to The Admission office of FEB one week prior to the Admissions test schedule.
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