The recent trend of education has not only created new opportunities but has also brought in new challenges. Faculty of Law Universitas Gadjah Mada has proven its capability of entering the international level of competition. To meet the internationally oriented graduates, the Faculty of Law opens its International Undergraduate Program. The Program would be driven by and strongly supports the mission of Universitas Gadjah Mada: “To be a World-Class Research University which is excellent, independent, dignified, inspired by Pancasila, the five-point ideology, and dedicated to the needs and welfare of the nation and the world.”
Why Study at IUP?
Law has an ever-increasing impact on modern-day society. The role of law is growing and developing within the context of international relations, national structures, and relationships between individuals.
FH UGM has a long and well-established tradition of excellent legal education in Indonesia. This institution is well known as both one of the oldest law schools in the country and one of the best. FH UGM has educated lawyers in Indonesia for over six decades. There are now around 1,800 students at the undergraduate and graduate levels pursuing an exemplary legal education in the Faculty. Providing instructions for these students is a body of the academic staff of over 100 lecturers whose expertise extends across nearly every aspect of the law and beyond.
Conducting a higher education of law at the undergraduate level with an international standard.
Producing experts of law with a strong moral code, global insight, and the capability to compete at the international level for the benefit of the nation.
Imparting knowledge, skills, and the culture of critical and analytical thinking necessary for the students to understand and apply legal norms and regulations.
Working together with stakeholders inside and outside Indonesia to deliver legal education as well as contribute to the development and enforcement of the law.
S1 IUP FH UGM aims at becoming an undergraduate program with an international orientation, the spirit of competitiveness, and is inspired by the five-point ideology of the Indonesian nation, the Pancasila.