International Programs (insert pic of foreign students here)

UGM offers international program at several faculties. Those are :

  1. Faculty of Medicine

Since 2002, Faculty of Medicine launched its International Program which has provided a valuable opportunity for overseas and Indonesian students to study medicine with an international standard curriculum.

The study will be conducted in English. Curriculum for this program has been designed as a five-year study program with additional one to two years of internship in hospitals. Applicants for this program would be selected through cognitive and non-cognitive tests, as well as English fluency test which is conducted by UGM in cooperation with IIEF (Indonesian International Education Foundation) Jakarta.




  1. 2.     Faculty of Pharmacy
  2. 3.     Faculty of Forestry
  3. 4.     Faculty of Engineering
  4. 5.     Faculty of Cultural Sciences

In 2011, FIB UGM inaugurated two international undergraduate programs that are English Literature and Tourism.

Inculs (Indonesian Language and Culture Learning Service) (insert pic here)

Inculs is set up to solve the language barrier for foreign students. Since many classes (except classes of international programs) are taught in Bahasa Indonesia, foreign students need to take some classes of Bahasa Indonesia at Inculs UGM.


6. Faculty of Social and Political Sciences

Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences UGM administers IUP to prepare students with academic competence for international engagement. As of which has been established in its recent curriculum, the program will focus on five areas of study: International Politics, International Security Studies, Conflict and Peace Studies, International Political Economy, Comparative Politics.

  1. 7.     Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
  2. 8.     Faculty of Law
  3. 9.     Faculty of Economics and Business


IUP is an undergraduate program in Accounting, Business, and Economics. It requires 144 credits of courses including community service and thesis. The curriculum is comprised of core courses and elective courses. Core courses must be taken by all students in all major areas (Accounting Information System, Management Accounting, Financial Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Strategic Management, Human Resource Management, Management Information System, Business Economics, Economics, and Development Economics) and elective courses must be taken by students according to their major and minor area of interests.