Bimbel Tes Masuk IUP Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA) UGM 

Materi Bimbel

1. GMST (Gadjah Mada Scholastic Test)

  • Verbal Test
  • Quantitative Test
  • Reasoning Test

2. AcEPT (Academic English Proficiency Test)

  • Listening Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar & Structure
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Composing Skills

3. Interview Test

 *) Target AcEPT Score minimal 268

     Target GMST Score minimal 550





  • Kelas kecil, maks 8 siswa per kelas
  • Ruangan full AC
  • Jaminan 100% UANG KEMBALI (di atas meterai rangkap 2)
  • Fasilitas modul, free AcEPT Prediction Test, try out berkala, realia, simulasi personal Interview
  • Jadwal 2 - 3x sesi per minggu @ 2 jam


  • 1-on-1: 1 tutor, 1 siswa
  • Bebas menentukan lokasi bimbel (bisa di rumah / kost siswa)
  • Jaminan 100% UANG KEMBALI (di atas meterai rangkap 2)
  • Fasilitas modul, free AcEPT Prediction Test, try out berkala, realia, simulasi personal Interview
  • Jadwal 3 - 5x sesi per minggu @ 2 jam
  • Jadwal: BEBAS & FLEKSIBEL sesuai dengan waktu luang siswa

Test Scheme




 Day 1

 Gadjah Mada Scholastic Test (GMST)

90 minutes

 English Proficiency Test

150 minutes





IUP FMIPA UGM offers 2 majors in:

1. Computer Science Program

In response to fast-paced progress in information and communication technology (ICT) and increasing global and national demands for ICT professionals, the Computer Science International Undergraduate Program is established in Universitas Gadjah Mada starting in academic year 2011/2012. The program offers overseas as well as Indonesian students an opportunity to study and obtain their Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with international standard and excellent curriculum.

The curriculum allows students to select one from four specializations: computation, intelligent systems, computer systems and networks, and information systems and multimedia.


To be an internationally well-known and nationally leading faculty in education, research, and community-service activities and to produce graduates who are competent in their field, literate in information technology, entrepreneurial and competitive nationally and internationally.


The mission of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences is:

  1. To carry out frontier research-based education in mathematics and natural sciences, up to post-graduate programs, with world-class and potential graduates by developing all departments and study programs.
  2. To carry out world-class fundamental and applied researches in an integrated manner to promote science and technology development for the nation’s and society’s welfare by developing all departments and research groups.
  3. To increase the faculty’s role in industry, information and communication technology, energy, environment, health and economy so that stakeholders may cooperatively develop and apply mathematics and natural sciences.
  4. To increase the faculty’s role as a valuable institution for society through activities that employ mathematics and natural sciences for propping up society’s welfare and well-being both in material and spiritual aspects.
  5. To make the faculty as a service center for research, training and consulting in mathematics and natural sciences and their applications.
  6. To realize the faculty as a good governance institution in order to support UGM as a self-sufficient university


The CS-IUP commits to provide students with an education of the highest possible quality. There is essential policy of the program in terms of developing a program that provides resources to help students to be competitive in pursuing their future careers. In line with the Faculty’s vision and mission, the general goals and objectives of Computer Science International Undergraduate Program are to :

  • Expand and reshape portfolio of the CS-IUP’s services to higher quality and internationally competitive educational programs.
  • Drive CS-IUP’s position in international market of higher education in computer science.
  • Meet international market demands for internationally oriented graduates.
  • Strengthen the nation (especially UGM) competitiveness.

2. Chemistry Program

The chemistry department of UGM strives to be nationally leading and internationally recognized institution in education, research, and community services and feels engaged to prepare quality graduates having excellent knowledge and skills in chemistry capable of managing international collaboration and competing with high motivation to achieve prosperity of human being. Established on 1 September 1960, the chemistry department has gained international recognition.

The prosperity of modern societies is partly based on the far-reaching achievements of Chemistry. Progress in this discipline enables innovations in medicine, agriculture, energy, and in almost all manufacturing sectors of industry and materials for everyday use


In doing its functions, Chem-UGM has the vision to be an excellent Chemistry program that is nationally leading and is recognized internationally for education, research and community services and capable of producing outstanding graduates that are capable of competing with their national and international counterparts. To achieve this vision, Chem-UGM has set up the missions as the following:

  1. To assure the conduct of Chemical education system to enable teaching and learning processes to deliver graduates with international quality.
  2. To set up a right atmosphere to support international basic research for fundamental and applied Chemistry, to help develop science and technology for community prosperity.
  3. To continuously improve and strengthen collaboration with industries, government, and international parties.

In realizing the vision and missions, Chemistry Department is organized by a chair and a secretary of the department. It is further supported by 46 academic staffs concentrated in five fields of study including life sciences, industrial sciences, environmental sciences, material sciences, and theory and computational Chemistry, which spreading almost evenly in six laboratories that are the first year, organic, inorganic, analytical, physical and computational chemistry. The laboratories are equipped with international standard of modern instruments to support Chemistry teaching and research society.


 Admission Period of 1st Intake

 Application Period

 15 Jan - 19 Feb 2018

 Admission Test

 24 Feb 2018

 Result Notification

 02 Mar 2018


Graduates of 2017, 2016, and 2015 from:

  1. Senior High School or
  2. A-Level or
  3. International Baccalaureate