Jogja (26/1/2022) UGM Graduate School graduated 61 Masters and 13 Doctorates in the graduation period 2 academic year 2021/2022.
In the previous period, during the COVID-19 pandemic, diploma taking was still carried out by drive thru, and in this period, graduations were held offline. Each study program sends 1 student to be graduate at Grha Sabha Pramana, while graduates who do not represent the study program take their diplomas at the Academic Service Counter at the UGM Graduate School Building, Fl. 1 west corridor by following the prokes and starting to be served on the same day.
From the number of graduates, 23 men and 38 women were recorded from the master's program, while for the doctoral program, there were 4 men and 9 women.
The highest GPA from the Masters program, 3.97 was achieved by Abdul Adhim Azzuhri from the Masters Program in Leadership and Policy Innovation, and the highest GPA from the Doctoral program 4.00 was achieved by Yenny Niken Larasati from the Biotechnology Doctoral Study Program.
The average GPA of Master's graduates in this period is 3.81, and the average GPA of Doctoral graduates is 3.80.
Yudistira Pratama, from the Masters Program in Leadership and Policy Innovation, achieved the fastest graduation time from the master's program, 1 year 4 months 18 days. From the Doctoral program, the fastest time graduation was achieved by Rully Anggi Akbar from the Doctor of Tourism Studies with a study period of 3 years 2 months 16 days.
The number of graduates who achieved cumlade predicate in this period was 36 from the master's program and 3 graduates graduated with cum laude from the doctoral program.
The youngest age who graduated in this period was 29 years 1 month 24 days achieved by Muchmammad Bayu Tejo Sampurno from the Doctoral Study Program of Performing Arts and Fine Arts.
Congratulations to the graduates, hopefully their knowledge can be put to good use for the nation and state. (SPs/arni)