Please visit admission.ugm.ac.id and register yourself through that website. You also can ask your coordinator at your home university to nominate you then we will reach you out directly through the email.
There are some accommodations provided by the students, further information can be accessed through https://residence.ugm.ac.id/
You are required to submit all the documents required correctly in the application system 6 months before the semester starts. OIA UGM will proceed with the student visa using the documents you submitted. Please make sure that all the documents are correct accordingly.
FEB UGM has 3 majors which are Accounting, Business/Management, and Economics.
No, you don’t need to pay the tuition fee at FEB UGM because the tuition fee is already waived. So, you just need to pay it at your home university. However, freemover exchange students are still required to pay the tuition fee at FEB UGM.
The students who take an exchange program at FEB UGM can take mix courses from all the majors at FEB UGM. For example, if you are enrolled in the Management study program, you are allowed to take the courses from the Economics and Accounting study program. The detail information regarding the courses can be accessed in our website feb.ugm.ac.id
Normally, exchange students take 15-18 credits for a semester. However, you can take 24 credits in maximum.
Yes, you do. Community service is mandatory for every UGM student. It is one of the requirements to graduate from UGM.
SKS (Satuan Kredit Semester) is an Indonesian credit system. In accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture (Permendikbud) Number 3 of 2020 concerning National Higher Education Standards, a course that worths of 1 credit means that the course is given every week in one semester with learning process activities for one session (50 minutes) lecture in the class, 60 minutes of structured assignments (from the lecturer), and 60 minutes of independent activities. One semester consists of 16 weeks of lectures which are divided into 14 face-to-face classes, 1 Mid Semester Examination (UTS), and 1 Semester Final Examination (UAS).
Yes, you do. The community service is mandatory for every UGM student and the dual degree students. There are 4 periods every year for community service:
Period 1 : March – April
Period 2 : June – August
Period 3 : October – November
Period 4 : December – February