Dual Degree Program

One of the most significant advantages of being a student at IUP FH UGM is the availability of a dual degree opportunity. This means the exceptional IUP students have the chance to obtain two undergraduate degrees in law, one from UGM and one from a partner university abroad, without having to spend three to four extra years. In approximately four years successful candidates will have obtained a Sarjana Hukum degree from UGM and a Legum Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Laws/LL.B.) from a partner university. The Faculty is currently under negotiation with more prospective partners for a dual undergraduate scheme, but at the present there are two universities students can choose to pursue a second degree:

  1. Charles Darwin University School of Law, Australia; and
  2. Maastricht University School of Law, The Netherlands.

Dual Degree Program with the Charles Darwin University School of Law

FH UGM concluded an agreement with the Charles Darwin School of Law to enable students to obtain two undergraduate degrees in law: Sarjana Hukum from UGM and Legum Baccalaureus from Charles Darwin University.

Term of Study

In this Double Degree program the student will undergo two years of study at IUP FH UGM and then continue for two more years at the Charles Darwin School of Law. At the end of the term the graduate will be awarded two undergraduate degrees in law.

Dual Degree Program with the Maastricht University School of Law

 Dual Degree program between FH UGM and School of Law in the Maastricht University, The Netherlands will be a good opportunity for students to pursue. A student will get two valuable degrees effectively without losing time within four years.

Term of Study

In this Double Degree program a student will undergo first year of study at IUP FH UGM and then continue for two years at Maastricht University and spend one year again at IUP FH UGM. At the end of the term the graduate will be awarded two undergraduate degrees in law.