Living in Yogyakarta

Universitas Islam Indonesia is located in Yogyakarta – the most liveable city in Indonesia. The fertile plains of Yogyakarta have been the cradle of Javanese culture, where local Hinduism is strongly bound to Islamic values. This eclecticism is beautifully summarized in the life of Yogyakartanese with Kraton Yogyakarta (Sultan Palace) which lies in its center.

Despite conversion to Islam sometime in the 16th century, the people of Yogyakarta have managed to maintain a strong link with the Hindu past that persistently characterizes most parts of Asian cultures. This is evident not only in the theatrical tradition but, more importantly, in the people’s character and manners. Within a few kilometers around Yogyakarta are some of the most spectacular sights in all Asia, both natural and manmade, including Borobudur and Prambanan temples and countless other masterpieces of Asian architecture.

Yogyakarta is a “twenty-four-hour city”. Life runs in a quiet and subtle way and the gentle touch of Javanese culture which seems to dominate the city. Malioboro Street, the heart of Yogyakarta, has an impressive night life that constantly serves as source of fascination for foreign tourists. At 6 p.m. when the street lamps are brightly lit, street vendors, amateur artists, buskers and other entertainers start orchestrating the night life in order to make their ends meet. As soon as stores, department stores, supermarkets, and malls close their doors at 9 p.m. the fate of the night life is taken over by hundreds of instant traditional restaurant lesehan setting up along the side-walks and serving as convenient places for leisure seekers. They are open until dawn.

In general, Yogyakarta knows only two seasons: wet season (October through April) and dry season (April through October). The temperature varies between 25 – 32C.

Yogyakarta can be reached by air either from the Ngurah Rai International airport in Bali or the Sukarno-Hatta International Airport in the capital city of Jakarta. The connecting flight to Yogyakarta from both Bali and Jakarta takes approximately one hour. The city is also efficiently linked with Jakarta and Surabaya by bus and train services operating everyday.

Student Organisations

Student Executive Council (LEMFH)

Student Executive Council (Lembaga Eksekutif Mahasiswa)
Student Executive Council is a forum for aspiring and actualizing student movements and activities. LEM Provides the space for development patterns of students accordingly to the opportunities they have. LEM strives to process the potentials of Students, Lecturers, Alumni’s, and available Networks throughout the Islamic University of Indonesia.
Find More: https://lemfh.uii.ac.id/

Students’ Association of International Law (SAIL)

As one of the first Students Associations at the university specifically focusing on International Law, SAIL have sought through in providing the multidisciplinary areas of International Law. Through research and developments, Human Resources, and also Competitions, SAIL, have successfully gain its achievements from many National and International competitions and awards.

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Juridical Council of International Program (JCI)

JCI is one of the first and only Students Organizations which was initiated by International Program Law Students to accommodate the aspirations and inspirations of its students in order to develop their legal, social, and academic skills. Through activities such as discussions, International Conference, visit institutions, and also social charity.

Student’s Press Board

The Student Press Board Keadilan (LPM Keadilan), founded on the 8th of May 1974, was one of the founders of this institution by a Professor of the Faculty of Law UII Prof. Dahlan Thaib. In the midst of the UII Law Faculty community in particular and the society in general, LPM Keadilan is present as a media for aspiration, communication and information, which regularly publishes Keadilan magazine, every management period. Keadilan must reflect partisanship to the weak to build a society as intellectuals who are charitable and knowledgeable.
Find more: http://lpmkeadilan.org/

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FKPH (Forum Kajian dan Penulisan Hukum)

FKPH is one of the academic student’s activity unit that established in the midst of 2000’s. FKPH, is focus in the field of Constitutional Law, Private Law, Law of State Administration and Criminal Law. Through research and developments, Human Resources, and also Competitions, FKPH, have successfully gain its achievements from many national competitions and awards.

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Student Facility



Library

The library provides approximately 14.291 textbooks, 1.910 E-books, 6 annually national journal subscription, 9 annually international journal subscription, 20 proceedings, 5.131 thesis and dissertations. Our comfortable and modern feature of reading room will enable the best study and research experience for every student.

Location: Centre of Campus, Under Al-Azhar Mosque

Al Azhar Mosque

Al Azhar Mosque becomes the main heart of the faculty for all the students and academics religious activities.
Location: Centre of Campus

Main Meeting Room

The Main Meeting Room has the multifunction purposes of facilitating General Lectures, Conferences, Workshops, and other academic events held by the law school.

Location: 3rd Floor

Moot-court Room

The Moot-court room enables students to take part in simulated court proceedings involving drafting briefs, participating in oral argument and holding mock trials. For both court proceeding subject practice, also national and international moot-court competition preparations.

Location: 2nd Floor, Southern Part of the Campus

JIH

Jogja International Hospital is a UII offering to the general public in medical services and is under the management of PT Unisia Medika Farma (PT UMF) which is one of the business units of the UII Waqf Foundation.

Location: Northern Ring Road (Jalan Ring Road Utara), No.160 Condong Catur, Sleman, Yogyakarta 55283

Sporting Facilities

At UII’s Law Faculty, students will be able to get involved a range of sports and extracurricular activities such as Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Futsal, and Martial Arts.

Location: Rear part of the Campus

Parking and Facilities for Disabled Persons

The Faculty provides many parking locations for both motorcycles and cars in order to ease access for students coming to the faculty. The Law School also provides a friendly environment for disabled persons with convenient access to facilities.

Location: Spread throughout Campus