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Friday, 20 June 2014 04:18



  1. To be declared to have passed the Matriculation Program, students must meet the following requirements:
    • A TOEFL score (that is valid at UGM) of at least 450 has been achieved
    • A TPA score (that is valid at UGM) of at least 500 has been achieved
    • The Minimum GPA for the Matriculation Program: 3.00
  2. Judicial decisions for Matriculation are;
    • The Pass is accepted as being Regular
    • Repeating Matriculation for one semester
    • Fail
  3. When a repeat matriculation is declared, the courses that must be repeated are the courses that were not passed, and the ability to achieve a GPA of at least 3:00 in the repeat period should be taken into account
  4. The opportunity to repeat the matriculation is only once per semester, and if students are declared not to have passed the repeat matriculation, they will be declared to be no longer able to follow the Master of Science (i.e. Drop Out)
  5. In the case of repeating matriculation courses, the grades used for the next judicial meeting are the best grades
  6. There is a charge for repeating matriculation
  7. To be eligible to sit the final examinations (UAS), a student’s attendance in lectures must have been at least 75%




In the academic world, academic integrity and intellectual property rights are very important. The FEB UGM Master of Science Program will not tolerate any form of dishonest academic action, infringement of intellectual property rights or plagiarism. The Master of Science Program will impose strict sanctions on those who violate academic ethics. Decisions on sanctions against violations of academic ethics will be enforced according to the deliberations of the Council of Academic Ethics. Sanctions may include: academic warnings, being declared to have failed the relevant subjects, temporary academic leave, or the heaviest sanction: expulsion from the FEB UGM Master of Science and Doctoral Program.



The grading system in the Master of Science Program uses the letters A, B, C, D, E with a plus (+) or minus (-). Each letter score is given the following numeric values:
A : 4.00
A - : 3.75
B + : 3.25
B : 3.00
B - : 2.75
C + : 2.25
C : 2.00
D : 1.00
E : 0
K : No Grade
T/I : Incomplete


Regulations for Exams

  1. Students are expected to be arrive 15 minutes before the examination commences in order to prepare themselves.
  2. For students who arrive late, the maximum delay tolerated is 15 minutes after the commencement of the examination and the student will not receive additional time to complete the examination.
  3. Delays that exceed 15 minutes after the commencement of the examination will result in the student is not being permitted to sit the examination without the permission of the Study Program Manager.
  4. Students must sit in the seats according to the numbers on the predefined attendance list.
  5. Students must bring their valid student card.
  6. All books and notes must be placed in bags or at the front of the examination room (unless it has been declared an open-book examination by the examiners)
  7. The activatation or use of cell phones or other communication devices is prohibited during the examination.
  8. Student cooperation, the exchange of books/notes or writing equipment or other supplies, is prohibited.
  9. Any cheating will not be tolerated and will be recorded by the invigilator in the report on the exam
  10. Students should not leave the examination room, except with the permission of the invigilator.
  11. Students are not permitted to talk during the examination
  12. After the examination time ends, the work is left in place so it can be collected by the invigilators.
  13. Students who have already completed their examination before the time is over are permitted to leave the examination room in a calm and orderly way.


Non Academic Policy
  1. Dress code: Students are required to dress neatly and decently, both during academic activities and in and around FEB UGM Master of Science and DoctoralProgram environment. This means they should not wear T-shirts and sandals. The Program will not provide services to students who do not follow these rules.
  2. Smoking: students are not permitted to smoke in the building or anywhere that has been designated a no smoking area.
  3. Cleanliness: the students must always maintain cleanliness in and outside the classrooms and always dispose of litter in the places provided.
  4. Student data confidentiality: the Program will not provide personal information about students to other students or to others without the permission of the student in question. The exception in terms of providing such information is in the case of academic information, provided to FEB UGM, UGM DAA, parties paying the students fees/parents, for the benefit of research and the development of Master of Science Program, and for reasons connected with the provisions of applicable laws.
  5. Equal treatment: the Program is fully committed to providing equal opportunities to all members of the academic community, whether they be students, lecturers or staff, and that they receive the same treatment regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, class, nationality, gender, marital status, disability or political affiliation.
  6. Careful use of facilities: the Program has provided facilities and infrastructure for the common interest, so their use should be professional and proportionate. Damage to facilities and infrastructure resulting from negligence or carelessness that repair costs must be paid to the parties concerned.
  7. Safety and harmony: the Program encourages the entire academic community to pay attention to fostering, as a shared responsibility, an academic atmosphere that is safe and pleasant. If things are found that can interfere with this atmosphere, a report can be submitted to the security guards or officials on duty.



Computer Laboratory

  1. The lab has a capacity of 42 computers that are already integrated into a Local Area
  2. Network (LAN) and viewers.
  3. Data processing software is available, such as SPSS, Stata, Amos, TSP, Lindos, Eview, Shazam, which greatly assist the student in completing a variety of tasks and data processing for their theses or dissertations.
  4. Internet access has a bandwidth of 1 Mbps.
  5. Online journals are available: (EBSCO)
  6. Journal databases (Accounting and Economics, Banking and Finance, Economics and Business, Capital Markets, Journal of Strategic Management, Islamic Journal), and others
  7. Dissertations containing database measurements and questionnaires (research instrument for accounting, human resources, etc.),
  8. A collection of articles that have been compiled according to categories.Capital Market Data updated each month among other things: Detailed JSX Transaction History; Indonesian Investment Highlights; Indonesian Commercial Newsletters; IDX Public Companies Financial Statements (Prospectus, Financial Highlights, Audited Annual Report, Internal Report).
  9. Also available: RTI Investors information on the stock exchange, where stock prices can be monitored in realtime, see foreign exchange rates, news (XFN [Thomson Financial] News & DowJones), IDX Financial Statements, Historical Indonesia Stock Exchange Trade Data, and much more via the internet (Web Based).

Regulations for the use of Computer Laboratory:

  1. The Computer Laboratory is open daily Monday to Friday, from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
  2. Students who use the Computer Laboratory are required to keep it clean, and are not allowed to bring food and drinks.
  3. Students of the FEB UGM Master of Science are entitled to use the Computer Laboratory facilities at no charge, except if they print or scan documents in which case they incur the cost of paper and ink.
  4. Students who use these facilities, other than students from the FEB UGM Master of Science, will be charged.
  5. Students are asked to register with the laboratory staff for user accounts and passwords to get access to the internet


The complete facilities in the computer lab as mentioned above are expected to make it easier for students to learn about computers, data processing, and using word processors. For those who are often dealing with econometric problems, this facility will certainly help speed up the process of data processing and, for lecturers, the facilities are very helpful in expediting the process of learning about computers and statistical learning.


Wi-Fi Facility

The Master of Science Building is equipped with Wi-Fi. This therefore enables the entire academic community to access the Internet using laptops equipped with a wireless device. In order to benefir from this service, memeber of the academic community should first register with the Msi IT section.


E-mail accounts

Each student is entitled to a UGM e-mail account that can be used to communicate electronically with both lecturers and students on or beyond the UGM campus. A UGM e-mail account and password can be registered at the MSi IT section.

Online Information Sharing

To facilitate communication between students, alumnus and lecturers without having to actually be on campus or without having to use a telephone, the Academic Section provides online information sharing services with Yahoo Messenger every day during office hours. This can be done by adding the Academic Section Yahoo Messenger address, which is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Research Resource Center

This room is on the 3rd floor and is provided for students and lecturers who wish to undertake research activities (writing, seminars, consulting data, etc.)


For events with many participants, UGM’s Master of ScienceProgram provides the BRI Auditorium located on the third floor with a capacity for 150 people, and fitted with good audio-visual equipment.



Students can use several library facilities on the Gadjah Mada University campus, which include:

  1. The UGM Faculty of Economics Library is located in the FEB Building (to the south of the Master of Science Building)
  2. The Journal and Magazine Library is the 1st floor of the east side of the Master of Science Program Building. The library provides a wide range of journals, magazines and reference works, both in Indonesian and in foreign languages and has CD-Rom equipment. There are 50 seats, and it is open daily from Monday to Saturday from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm
  3. There are also the Unit II Library, the Graduate Library and the UGM Management Program Library.


  1. Lecturers Waiting Room
    Before commencing or after finishing their teaching, lecturers can utilize this space to enjoy a short break with snacks and drinks provided.
  2. Prayer Room
    The program provides an Islamic prayer room which is located on the 1st floor.
  3. Discussion Room
    This room is provided for students who wish to conduct discussions and is found on the 2nd floor.
  4. The Student Lounge and Gazebo
    These rooms are on the 1st floor and are places for students to unwind, for informal discussions, and to interact with other students in a relaxed atmosphere.
  5. Stationary Shop
    This caters to the students’ various needs in support of their study activities. The stationary shop is located in the Student Lounge.
  6. Photocopying
    Photocopies can be made on the first floor next to the Student Lounge which makes it helpful for students taking advantage of this facility.
  7. Bank Mandiri
    For the convenience of the students when it comes to paying academic fees, making transfers, and depositing savings, they can use the Bank Mandiri branch office which is on the 1st floor.






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