Facts and Figures

Yogyakarta State University, despite its new status as a university, has made a lot of efforts to improve its quality in order to be a leading university. Those improvements are expected to support its endeavours to become a world class university. Up to the middle of 2016, the profile is as follows:

  • 7 faculties
  • 1 graduate school
  • 64 undergraduate programs (53 bachelor's and 11 three-year-diploma)
  • 35 graduate study programs (30 master's and 5 doctoral)
  • 24,247 undergraduate students 
  • 1567 diploma students 
  • 1,537 graduate students 
  • 233 doctoral students
  • 57 students of Specialized Training for Professional School Teacher
  • 85 international students 
  • 103,653 alumni
  • 1,067 faculty members (professors: 59, doctoral degree holders: 212)
  • 964 administrative staff 
  • 5,831 accepted applications out of 97,033 applications submitted in 2016,
  • Two types of scholarship available for foreign students
  • 1131 research studies from 2010-2016,
  • 9 (7 national and 2 international) research studies obtaining intellectual property rights in 2012
  • 261,802 books in YSU’s central library consisting of public works, philosophy, psychology, religion, social sciences, languages, fundamental sciences, applied sciences & technology, arts & sports, literatures, and history & geography (as of April 2016)
  • A provided access to online publications such as journals and newsletters
  • A library in each faculty and the garduate school at YSU