Why IUP in PPM?

IUP in PPM has every advantage students can expect for building a bright career as it offers curriculum which is locally embedded and globally connected. The courses will be delivered by distinguished professors with strong academic and professional background, able to bridge theoretical perspectives and real world necessities.

The program was the first in public policy and management accredited by AUN (ASEAN University Network) and DAAD (Germany) in Indonesia. The accreditation reaffirms the quality of education we are providing, not only in Indonesia but also in ASEAN and European standards. 

Besides, IUP in PPM offers student opportunities to experience international exposure through one of the following tracks:

  1. Double degree program (one year in partner university)
  2. Student exchange or credit transfer (one to two semesters in partner university)
  3. Internship (three to six months in Indonesia-based international organizations, embassies, internationally-linked government bodies, donor institutions, international NGOs,  or multinational corporations)
  4. International executive training or short course program in (one week up to three months in foreign countries)

The exposure is made possible by extensive network with international universities such as:

  • University of Agder, Norwegia
  • University of Groningen, Netherland
  • University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  • University of Canberra, Australia
  • The University of Melbourne, Australia
  • University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

 

Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) offers a safe and convenient location for studying and living with affordable living cost and rich multi-cultural atmosphere in Yogyakarta. From connection aspect, the city is widely connected to major regional hubs (e.g Kuala Lumpur and Singapore) and major Indonesian cities (e.g Jakarta, Bali, Balikpapan, Makassar).

 

Prospective Career Options

  • Policy analyst
  • Diplomat
  • Public sector manager
  • Journalist
  • Community development specialist
  • Government official
  • NGOs activist
  • Researcher/Scholar
  • Politician
  • Multinational corporation executive
  • Human resource manager