International Undergraduate Program (IUP)
The International Undergraduate Program (IUP) is one of the highlights among other undergraduate programs offered in The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences. There are three programs being offered, namely: the IUP in International Relations, the IUP in Public Policy and Management, and the IUP in Communication Studies.
IUP is designed to prepare students with distinguished academic proficiency to compete in the global arena. The courses are delivered by professors with strong academic and professional backgrounds, who are able to bridge theoretical perspectives and real world necessities. The aim of its learning is to have students participate as world citizens who are expected to bring better transformations in the political, economic, and social fields in the future.
The courses in IUP are all taught in English, with a relatively smaller classroom. IUP students receive several advantages such as advisory service, reading bricks, as well as financial support for international exposure activities.