Partner Universities

Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM)

Public University
University name in mother tongue:
Universitas Gadjah Mada
Founder: founded by government
Number of faculties: 18
Number of students: 42 398
Number of teachers: Total 3608 academics staff,
with 405 professors, and 1327 staff hold a doctoral degree.
Number of study programmes : Diploma: 26 programmes, Undergraduate: 68 programmes, Graduate: 86 programmes, Postgraduate: 44 programmes, Professionals: 6 programmes

International cooperation:

UGM collaborates in joint research, exchanges, and double degrees with many top Universities around the world, such as: Monash University (Australia), The University of Melbourne (Australia), Universidade De Sao Paulo (Brasil), The Universite Paris I Pantheon/Sorbonne Paris (France), Kyoto University (Japan), The University of Tokyo (Japan), Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Netherland), National University Singapore (Singapore), Seoul National University (South Korea), University of Birmingham (United Kingdom), Ohio State University (USA), University of Pittsburgh (USA), Temple University (USA), etc. There are ±251 international coorperations in total.

REPESEA at University media:

Country: Indonesia
Location: Yogyakarta
Founded:
December, 1949
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About the University:

Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) was established on December 19, 1949 as a state and national university, and considered as one of the oldest universities which serves as a pillar od educational awakening in Indonesia.UGM headquarters is located in the Bulaksumur Campus, Yogyakarta.  As of today, UGM has 18 faculties,offering more than 251 courses. UGM’s mission is inspired by the spirit of Tri Dharma of Higher Education (Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi), comprised of Teaching, Research, and Community Services.At the University, 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 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.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, 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 human prosperity, security and the community welfare.

Citizenship commitment is manifested in community services as well as community empowerment activities. One of the activities that support social responsibility and community services is by assigning students to a rural internship program in all regions of Indonesia.To assure the smooth flows of academic and non-academic activities, UGM develops and manages physical infrastructure in the campus environment predicated on the principle of "educopolis." This principle is elaborated on in the Campus Development Master Plan, which mandates an environment conducive to the learning process and responsive to ecological issues in the context of multidisciplinary collaborations.

Vision:

To be excellent and innovative world class university, imbued with nation’s cultural values based in Pancasila as the state ideology and dedicated to the nation’s interest and humanity.

Mission:

To carry out education, research and community service as well as preservation and development of knowledge that is excellent and useful for society.

Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) appoints Master of Science and Doctorate (MD) Program in Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB), to organize all activities of REPESEA Project. Established in 1980, Master of Science and Doctorate Program FEB UGM consists of six postgraduate study programs, namely accounting, economics, and management, both for master and doctoral degree. Two of the fields (Accounting & Management) were obtained an international accreditation from Association to Advanced Collegiate School of Business (AACSB) on May 12, 2014.

The main characteristic of the program is the development of students’ and graduates’ research abilities. With curriculum that designed to developing knowledge and rigorous research skills, Master of Science and Doctorate Program FEB UGM motivates students to be active in academic activities. One of the aims is to encourage students to produce publishable research articles, with the supervision of professional teaching staff that mostly hold doctoral degree from overseas universities. In addition, the program also provides complete facilities to support teaching and learning process.

Currently, Master of Science and Doctorate Program FEB UGM holds 317 students persuing master degree (Master of Science), and 152 students persuing doctorate degree (Doctorate Program). As for the teaching staff, Master of Science and Doctorate Program FEB UGM has 131 lecturers, and 33 of whom are professors. There are 3.002 alumni of Master of Science and 221 alumni of Doctorate Program. Most of the alumni have important roles in several government, public, and private institutions in Indonesia.

The learning process in Master of Science and Doctorate Program FEB UGM is suitable for students who wish to extend knowledge and to master scientific research. Every processes in developing good research skills need a strong foundation to be successful, which can be achieved by providing activities such as, trainings, seminars, discussions, and conferences regularly, for both students and teaching staff. Therefore, it is a good opportunity for Master of Science and Doctorate Program FEB UGM to join REPESEA Project as the representative of UGM, as the project develops activities that support research-based learning and teaching. Hopefully, through the project, every member will gain mutual benefits that can be useful to strengthen the quality of academic performance.

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