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1. Yogyakarta State University
State University of Yogyakarta (Indonesian : Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, abbreviated as UNY ) is a state university established in the Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia in 1964. 1025 research studies from 2010-2012, 9 (7 national and 2 international) research studies obtaining intellectual property rights in 2012, 261,802 books in SUY’s central library consisting of public works, philosophy, psychology, religion, social sciences, languages, fundamental sciences, applied sciences & technology, arts & sports, literature, and history & geography (as of April 2013).
2. Universitas Gadjah Mada
At Universitas Gadjah Mada, students are provided with a vast array of opportunities to develop creativity and innovation in their realms through the support of modern infrastructure and information technology. As a world class research university, UGM has been paying a great attention to research activities by motivating faculty members as well as students to conduct and publish their research. Furthermore, this effort is invigorated through developing 25 study centers on diverse scientific fields. UGM is equipped with sheer resources of 3,608 faculty members and 4,324 employees who are strongly committed to support UGM as the best university and the salient educational reference in Indonesia.
3. Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University
Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University Yogyakarta is an Indonesian state university that offers study programs in the field of Islamic science. Currently the university offers programs in Adab, Da’wah science and technology and social science and, Sharia, Tarbiya, Ushuluddin humanities.
4. Ahmad Dahlan University
Ahmad Dahlan University a private university established (abbreviated as UAD ) is in Yogyakarta, Indonesia . Ahmad Dahlan University is located at Jl. Cotton No.9, Semaki, Kec. Umbulharjo , Yogyakarta City , Special Region of Yogyakarta which was established on December19, 1994.