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  1. What degree will we get from the program?
  2. What is the schedule of event for each semester ?
  3. How can I join the double degree program?
  4. Is there any scholarship in the international program?
  5. What facilities can we get while studying at international program?
  6. What is UAT?
  7. How do I apply to International Undergraduate Program Faculty of Economics and Business UGM?
  8. What is the requirement to apply to International Undergraduate Program?
  9. What is the tuition fee for the international program?
  10. Will my tuition fees ever differ from the published fee?
  11. When do I pay?
  12. Where can I get the information about the International Program, admission requirements, application form, and related materials and information?
  13. I cannot join the test on the scheduled date; can I have the test on another day?
  14. What is the living cost in Jogjakarta?
  15. Can we get the opportunity to apply for student exchange program scholarship?
  16. How should I submit my complete document? (By e-mail/post)?
  17. What overseas universities that Faculty of Economics and Business UGM have collaboration with?
  18. What kind of TOEFL scores can be used for applying the program?
  19. What is the Intensive Preparation (IPP) Class?
  20. For foreign student, what are the procedures to study at UGM (to get the study permit)?
  21. When was IUP established?
  22. Where do the classes for International Program take place?



  1. What degree will we get from the program?

    Single Degree Program
    Students graduated from this program are awarded with Sarjana Ekonomi (SE) in Accounting, Business, or Economics (depending on the major area). The degree has higher qualifications than those who have the Bachelor degrees in Accounting, Business, or Economics from other international universities. The program also provides an official translation of the certificate of study completion.
    Double Degree Program.
    Students who take double degree program will receive SE degrees from Universitas Gadjah Mada and B.Sc. from partner universities. After four semesters study in Faculty of Economics and Business UGM, students will receive official certificate that they have successfully completed the first part of the program and can continue to take other subjects to finish the second part of the program before they are awarded SE and Bachelor degrees (BSc). After completing this program (especially at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands), they may have the right of specific access to the one year Master's degree at Faculty of Economics and Business UGM or at the partner university. For students who take part of credit in overseas in student exchange program (less than 3 semesters), they will receive SE degree and official certificate of successful completion of subjects from the partner universities.

  2. What is the Academic Schedule of IUP?

    For the detailed academic calendar, please click here.

  3. How can I join the Double Degree program?

    After studying at least 2 years (4 semesters) at Faculty of Economics and Business UGM, students may join the Double Degree program with accomplishing financial and academic requirements. The student will get the Double Degree by spending two or four semesters studying abroad (depend on the partner universities policies of Double Degree).

  4. Is there any scholarship in the international program?

    Yes, Scholarships are awarded to students who qualify for a number of criteria. In general, the Faculty follows Universitas Gadjah Mada policies in awarding the scholarship. The Faculty offers full and partial tuition scholarship to reduce the students' financial burden. The scholarships will be awarded based on economic and social background and academic ability of the students.

  5. What facilities can we get while studying at international program?

    The facilities include EBSCO online journal, library with huge collection of resources and over 1,800 database journals, English Language Support Center, free and fast (up to 20 Mbps) internet access for students. The collections of library include reference books, magazines and newspapers, research reports, thesis and dissertations. Each class-room for lecturing activities are provided with Air Conditioner (AC), OHP, a Computer Unit, wireless audio/microphone, projector slide, and an LCD projector. Sport facilities such as fitness center, soccer field, tennis court, badminton court, basket ball, volley ball, and hockey are available. More information about facilities click here.

  6. What is UAT?

    The UAT (Undergraduate Admission Test) is a general test of verbal and quantitative reasoning. It is a three-hour and twenty minute test that measures verbal and mathematical reasoning skills. The test is required for admission to undergraduate programs and it predicts students' ability to accomplish their study.

  7. How do I apply to International Undergraduate Program FEB UGM?

    Complete the International undergraduate application for admission.
    You can download the application form: click here
    You can also apply online: click here
    Please ensure that you have attached:

    1. Copy of bank transfer receipt.
    2. Certified copies of transcripts/academic record (2 sets).
    3. An official explanation of the grading system.
    4. Three recent passport size photos (please write your name on back of the photo).
  8. What is the requirement to apply to International Undergraduate Program?

    The following are the requirements to apply to International Undergraduate Program:

    1. Senior high school (SMU) graduates with good academic records (last three years senior high school certificate).
    2. English Language proficiency, as indicated by TOEFL score of at least 500, or IELTS no less than 5,5. Students whose score is below the minimum may be considered for admission based on probationary condition.
    3. Good academic capability, as indicated by score of UAT (Undergraduate Admission Test) or its equivalence.
    4. Three recent passport size photos.
    5. Non refundable application fee is Rp 1,500,000, - (one million and five hundred thousand rupiah). This includes registration fee, UAT and TOEFL. The application fee must be transferred to:
      Bank Mandiri Cab. Yogyakarta UGM,
      Account Name: UGM KPU Rektor,
      Account Number: 137-00-1010152-1
  9. What is the tuition fee for the international program?

    The tuition fee is Rp 25,000,000,- (twenty millions rupiah) for one semester and USD 3,300 for foreign student. The student responsible for other fees in university level (i.e: UGM Guidance Book, UGM Coat, KKN fee, etc.) and also need to spend more money to copy course material and books. It is approximately Rp2.500.000,- for one semester.

  10. Will my tuition fees ever differ from the published fee?

    The tuition fee is Rp 25,000,000.- (twenty million rupiah) for one semester and USD 3,300 for foreign student. If you are enlisted as student starting at the semester, you always pay that amount for every semester without any increasing. There will be an evaluation of tuition fee amount per semester. New tuition fee will not influence to students who enter in the previous semester. The new tuition fee will only applicable for new student. The fee may be adjusted to take into account price and demand factors for each semester.

  11. When do I pay?

    The date of tuition fee payment will be published at the website in the academic calendar webpage. It is your responsibility to pay your fees and complete your enrolment by the published dates. If your fees remain unpaid, you will be considered as an inactive student.

  12. Where can I get the information about the International Program, admission requirements, application form, and related materials and information?

    You can visit our website: www.feb.ugm.ac.id/iup or come to the office of Admission during working hours (Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.), on Jl. Sosio Humaniora, Bulaksumur, Jogjakarta 55281 INDONESIA.
    We are also pleased to receive your phone call at: +62 274 548510 (hunting) Ext: 123 or +62 811 250 0505.

  13. I cannot join the test on the scheduled date; can I have the test on another day?

    The admissions test (TOEFL, UAT and Interview) is held in three intake.

    Intake I : 4th week of December
    Intake II : 4th week of April
    Intake III : 1st week of July

    The deadline for submission of application document is one week before IUP admission test starts.

  14. What is the living cost in Jogjakarta?
    Monthly Living Cost (approximately)
    Apartment/home stay Rp. 200,000,00 to Rp. 1,200,000,00
    Transportation Rp. 150,000,00 to Rp. 250,000,00
    Meals Rp. 500,000,00 to Rp. 700,000,00
    Book and Photocopy Rp. 150,000,00 to Rp. 250,000,00
    Total Rp. 1,000,000,00
    (±100$ USD)
    to Rp. 2,700,000,00
    (± 270$ USD)
  15. Can we get the opportunity to apply for student exchange program scholarship?

    Yes, you can. Some of our partner universities offer scholarship for joining student exchange program.

  16. How should I submit my complete document? (By e-mail/post)?

    You may send the documents to our address either by post or email one week before the test.

  17. What overseas universities that Faculty of Economics and Business UGM have collaboration with?

    We have 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.
    We have extensive collaborations with overseas universities and networks such as NIBES (The Network of International Business and Economics School) and AGBEP (ASEAN Graduate Business/ Economic Program) for student exchange program. For detailed information about it please click here.

  18. What kind of TOEFL scores can be used for applying the program?

    These following TOEFL score are accepted by the Program: International TOEFL, ITP TOEFL held by ETS, TOEFL Prediction (PPB UGM). We also accept IELTS score.

  19. What is the Intensive Preparation Program (IPP)?

    IPP is the comprehensive programs at Faculty of Economics Universitas Gadjah Mada for IUP students who have not met the English language requirements. This program offers continuous instruction from Monday to Friday. Courses are scheduled every week from 08.30 to 16.00. They focus on grammar, writing, conversation, pronunciation, listening, reading and vocabulary. The purpose of the program is to enable students to obtain sufficient knowledge to become fluent in all areas of English. In this program, there will be three core activities and all using English as the communication language: (1) Intensive TOEFL class, (2) English discussions class, and (3) Writing class. These three activities will be conducted in separate two-hour sessions. - Intensive TOEFL class
    This course intends to increase enrolling IUP students' TOEFL scores that have not yet reach 500. The course will be divided into three main subjects: (a) Reading and Vocabulary, (b) Structure and Written Expressions, and (c) Listening. In order for students to get minimum score of 500 from score about 400, they need to attend a 40 hours intensive TOEFL course. 
    - English Discussion Class
    In this class, students are encouraged to communicate using English with other students. The class is designed for students to express their opinions on several chosen topics. The topics are common and academic topics that can be found in everyday campus life. The purpose of this class is to encourage students to use English language as their means of communication.
    - Writing class
    This class intends to introduce students how to write using English in a proper manner. Students are encouraged to express their opinion on the paper. Topics for this class start with general topics and then focus on academic topics.

  20. For foreign student, what are the procedures to study at UGM (to get the study permit)?

    Foreign students submit an application letter directly to:
    Kantor Urusan Internasional
    Universitas Gadjah Mada
    Gedung Pusat (KPU)
    Lantai II, Sayap Selatan
    Bulaksumur, Yogyakarta, 55281

    with all supporting documents:

    1. curriculum vitae (resume, personal data);
    2. guarantee statement, indicating financial ability to undertake education within Indonesia, in the form of a bank statement;
    3. personal statement, stating that the applicant will not engage in a job and will obey the Indonesian laws and regulations;
    4. copies of academic record and diplomas;
    5. recommendation letter from applicant's school/institution;
    6. recommendation letter from the Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General;
    7. 4 passport size photos;
    8. a copy of passport showing the applicant's picture and the date of issuance and expiration. The passport must be valid and current for the period of study in Indonesia;
    9. Statement of good health from applicant’s doctor.

    Should an applicant receive an offer of admission, the university becomes the facilitator or sponsor of the applicant during the study periods in Indonesia. Then we will request the applicant’s study permit to the Ministry of National Education of Indonesia. After the study permit has been issued, UGM will assist you to get a limited stay visa (VITAS) for 12 months; issued through the nearest Indonesian Embassy/Consulate in your country.
    It will take at least three/four months to arrange the study permit and visa. We strongly suggest you only leave for Indonesia only with this kind of visa (VITAS). Do not ever try to use another visa such as Cultural Social Visiting Visa (VKSB) or you will have to go to Immigration office every month for extension and have to leave Indonesia after 6 months to get a new visa.

    • The 1st semester begins from September and the 2nd semester from February.
    • The medium of instruction is the Indonesian language, except Faculty of Medical and Faculty of Economics and Business. They have International Program that uses English as the medium of instruction.
  21. When was IUP established

    The first semester started in August 2005. The Faculty of Economics and Business UGM has prepared this program since 10 years ago by developing human resource and facilities. The Faculty had sent faculty members to study abroad. Continues improvement in facilitating education process put the Faculty as one of the best faculty of economics in Indonesia. Now the Faculty has capacities and capabilities to perform International Undergraduate Program. The Faculty also has many experiences in performing international class in the regular programs. The faculty has equipped with internal, international, and industry network, facilities and competent lecturers for running the program. Faculty of Economics and Business UGM through the MM program has experienced running an international program. Faculty of Economics and Business UGM also has experiences in managing a collaborative program in international classes at undergraduate level, with respected international universities.

  22. Where do the classes for International Program take place?

    Classes take place in the undergraduate building (Jl. Sosio Humaniora Bulaksumur), the same class-room with classes for regular program. Every class-room in the Faculty is facilitated with Air Conditioner (AC), OHP, a Computer Unit, wireless audio/microphone, projector slide, and an LCD projector.


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Head Office

Address:
International Undergraduate Program
Faculty of Economics and Business UGM
Jl. Sosio Humaniora No.1 Bulaksumur
Yogyakarta 55281
INDONESIA

Office Hours:
Monday to Thursday : 07.00 am - 16.00 pm
Friday : 07.00 am - 11.00 am and 13.00 - 16.00 pm

Telephone:
+62 (274) 548510 (Hunting) Ext. 123

Mobile:
+62 811 250 05 05

Facsimile:
+62 (274) 580727

Email:
iup@feb.ugm.ac.id