Admission for International Programs

Universitas Gadjah Mada welcomes students from around the world to apply and takes advantage of the high-quality education that the university has to offer.

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234 Undergraduate

Programs

45 Master's

Programs

45 Doctoral

Programs

World Class University

At Universitas Gadjah Mada, students are provided with a vast array of opportunities to develop creativity and innovation in their realms through the support of modern infrastructure and information technology. As a world class research university, UGM has been paying a great attention to research activities by motivating faculty members as well as students to conduct and publish their research.

Furthermore, this effort is invigorated through developing 25 study centers on diverse scientific fields. UGM is equipped with sheer resources of 3,608 faculty members and 4,324 employees who are strongly committed to support UGM as the best university and the salient educational reference in Indonesia.

Living in Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta is one of the remarkable cities on Java island in Indonesia. Yogyakarta is not only regarded as an important centre for classical Javanese culture but also a growing modern city as an education centre in Indonesia.

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UGM in Numbers

UGM has 18 faculties and 2 schools, with more than 280 study programs and 20 research centers. Various ranking bodies have named UGM one of Indonesia's best universities.

17276

New Students

13031

Graduate Students

4336

Faculty Staff

61440

Total Students

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Hadi Tjahjanto, the Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of the National Land Agency (ATR/BPN), captivated the audience with a thought-provoking discourse during the 78th-anniversary celebration of the UGM Faculty of Engineering, held on Saturday (Feb. 17). In his presentation titled “Integration of Land and Spatial Planning to Mitigate Entropy: Embodying the Philosophy of Memayu […]

Doping, a performance-enhancing stimulant, comes in various forms, like medications, supplements, and hormones.  The use of doping has tarnished the titles of many athletes, leading to sanctions like the Indonesian team’s flag prohibition at the 2021 Thomas Cup because the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) banned the Indonesian team from hoisting the flag as a sanction […]

Issues surrounding child development resonate globally. It’s estimated that approximately 250 million, or 43 percent, of children under the age of 5 in developing nations fail to reach their developmental potential due to factors such as malnutrition, health complications, inadequate stimulation and care, and other poverty-related risks. Professor Mei Neni Sitaresmi, a Department of Child […]

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20 Faculty and Schools
287 Study Programs
125 Joint Degrees
23 Research Centers
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