Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY) held an undergraduate graduation ceremony for the Bojonegoro Regency Village RPL Program on Sunday (17/9) at the Performance Hall of UNY's Faculty of Language, Arts and Culture. Three hundred eighty-four village officials attended the undergraduate graduation with details of 16 people from the Faculty of Education and Psychology, 186 from the Faculty of Social, Law and Political Sciences, and 182 from the Faculty of Economics and Business.
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY) provides an opportunity for children and teenagers aged 4-18 years old to fill their vacation period to learn English in a fun way through English for Holidays (EFH). During the program, the participants enjoyed a Grand Campus Tour, games, culinary day, and other creative activities to improve their English skills.
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY) collaborated with the Asmat Regency Government and Musamus University to organize an advanced human resources education program for 199 students, consisting of 148 undergraduate students and 51 magister students. From Saturday to Monday (11-13/3), offline lectures and acceleration assistance for final assignments were held.
Health service is important to support activities on campus. UNY recognize that a health body is an asset in education implementation. UNY's commitment to supporting the health of academic community is manifested in efforts to establish Health facilities in collaboration with PT Kimia Farma Diagnostika (KFD).
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY) continued opening learning opportunities through the Recognition Past Learning (RPL) Program. Eligible candidate can choose to study in one of 55 undergraduate study programs or 30 postgraduate study programs. "The total RPL quota is 2,250 people, consisting of 1,650 undergraduates and 600 masters," said Head of the UNY Admissions Service Office, Dr. Setya Raharja, in the online info session on 27 April 2022.