Atma Jaya Yogyakarta University, Indonesia
Founded on September 27th, 1965, Atma Jaya Yogyakarta University (UAJY) is a private higher education institution that is organized by non-clerical catholics and administered by the Slamet Rijadi Yogyakarta Foundation in the spirit of and inspired by the work and faith of Saint Albert The Great. The objective is to participate in the efforts of creating an intelligent nation through global-oriented education.
The name Atma Jaya is taken from the Sanskrit language. Atma means Spirit and Jaya means Supreme; together they mean The Supreme Spirit. The Atma Jaya Idea is to provide higher education quality with supreme education of moral values.
UAJY today has 6 faculties with 11 undergraduate study programs and 4 graduate programs (Masters'); the student body is 12.443. The programs are nurtured by 4 senior professors, 25 PhDs, 196 Masters, and 63 Sarjana faculty members (data of 2004). In addition, UAJY also invites part time instructors who are experts and practitioners nationwide and from abroad.
Towards becoming an Atma Jaya Yogyakarta community which adores supreme, inclusive, and humanistic spirits and are able to contribute to better quality of life through services in the light of truth.
Atma Jaya Yogyakarta University contributes to the development and advancement of science, technology, and professional abilities to favor human dignity through education, research, and community services with helping spirits in the light of truth.
NIIT and Oracle
Co-offering internationally accepted Certificate Program in Information and Technology and the lawful use of Oracle Software.
Edith Cowan University and Notre Dame University, Fremantle,
The cooperations with both universities are directed for research, academic programs, exchange of researcher/professor/students, and publications.
International Trade Center
Obtaining a license from the International Trade Center (ITC) to conduct trainings on Supply Chain Management.
Asian Institute of Technology - Thailand and ACECOMS
In addition to cooperation for developing human resources, curriculum and publications, UAJY is appointed as the Asian Center for Engineering Computations and Software (ACECOMS) for Indonesia.
There has been a signed mutual agreement to allow the lawful use of Microsoft's software and products.