6 International students from 4 different countries in Universitas Gadjah Mada went to Banggai Kepulauan, Central Sulawesi on Saturday, August 5th 2023. This series of events is part of the UGM KKN International and is summarized in a program titled Summer Course: Travel with Experts.
For the fifth time, Indonesia is honored to be the Chair of ASEAN. This year, Indonesia’s leadership in ASEAN carries the theme “ASEAN Matters: Epicenter of Growth“. Through the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, the Republic of Indonesia, in collaboration with the Council of Rectors of Indonesian State University (CRISU) Universitas Padjadjaran, in Bandung, Indonesia, as the event organizer, hosted a 10-webinar series of the ASEAN Higher Education Conference 2023 with the general theme, “Higher Education: a Catalyst for Growth“. This webinar series brought in keynote speakers from every ASEAN country to discuss various issues related to quality assurance and mobility between universities in ASEAN, in relation to the interconnection between industries and universities in innovating digital transformation. Under the theme “Post Covid Sustainable Health Care and Industry”, Universitas Gadjah Mada became one of the co-hosts for the 10th Webinar Series held on August 9, 2023.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and Kyushu University, Japan have collaborated since 2005 with many implementation programs in the field of education and research. In continuing the established collaboration to become more comprehensive and sustainable, UGM and Kyushu University conducted a joint event named “KYUDAI NOW and Summer Camp at Universitas Gadjah Mada” that was held on 28 – 30 August 2023. The event aims to share the current update of research and academic achievement of UGM and Kyushu University.
Join the ASEAN Youth Volunteer Programme (AYVP) 2023 and make a real difference in communities across Southeast Asia! This year, AYVP is back with an exciting hybrid programme co-organised by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) and Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM). Get ready for an unforgettable experience that combines online learning and hands-on community work!
Dr. Gerald Reisinger (President/CEO of UASUA), Ing. DI (FH) Werner Pamminger, MBA. (CEO of Business Development of UASUA), Prof. Dr. Peter Kremser (Representative in Indonesia of UASUA), and Dr. Marc Peeters (owner of BNV) paid a visit to UGM on Friday, July 14, 2023. They were cordially welcomed by Ignatius Susatyo Wijoyo, S.E., M.M., Vice Rector for Research, Business Development and Partnerships, Prof. Dr. Puji Astuti, S.Si., M.Sc., Apt., Director of Partnerships and Global Relations, and representatives from Vocational School, Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Forestry, Faculty of Biology, Faculty of Economics and Business, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Agrotechnology Innovation Center, Biotechnology Study Center, Biotechnology Study Program, and Directorate of Research and Community Service.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is one of the ASEAN University Network Board of Trustees (AUN-BOT) and being part of this network since it was formed in 1995. The AUN was established to address the need for the region to quickly develop a regional identity and solidarity while promoting the fostering of ASEAN talents by creating a platform to allow the region’s leading higher institutions to collaborate. Being one the AUN-BOT, the UGM’s Rector and university leaderships always attend the AUN Rectors’ Meeting and AUN BOT Meeting to share thoughts and insight with other members towards giving a contribution to the region’s development. The strong commitment of UGM in the network is also seen in joining most of the AUN Thematic Networks like AUN-QA, AUN-BE, AUN/SEED-Net, AUN-HRE, AUN-USR&S, AUN-ACT, AUN-EEC and many more.
The pantheon of alumni, impactful research products, and community services spreading across this nation bear testament to Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM)’s active contribution to the progress and growth of Indonesia. UGM’s vision, however, is not merely confined to working for the nation. UGM is also striving to contribute to the betterment of humanity and to be present where its contribution is needed. One of the countries that received this contribution is Namibia. Located in southern Africa, Namibia recently celebrated its 32th birthday after its independence in 1990.
Following UGM’s last visit by the Rector and several delegates to Nottingham, the University of Nottingham (UoN) paid a return visit to UGM on 28 July 2023. This visit was led by Dr. Bagus Muljadi (Chairman of UKICIS) and consisted of three other delegates, namely Professor Patrick Wheeler (Director of Power Electronics Machines and Control Group and Head of Global Engagement, Faculty of Engineering), Professor Meryem Duygun (Professor of Banking and Finance at the Nottingham University Business School) and Ms. Shannon Baverstock (Global Engagement Manager). On UGM’s side, Prof. Dr. Puji Astuti, S.Si., M.Sc., Apt. (Director for Partnerships, Alumni and Global Initiatives) welcomed the UoN delegates together with the Dean of Graduate School, Dean of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Vice Dean for Research, Community Service, Partnerships and Alumni Faculty of Economics and Business, Vice Dean for Research, Community Service and Partnerships Faculty of Biology and representatives from the Faculty of Engineering.
The Faculty of Arts, The University of Melbourne is delighted to extend a warm invitation to you to attend a Public Lecture on Understanding Australia’s 2023 Referendum on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament in Yogyakarta.