On Thursday (224/11), the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada, organized an offline graduation ceremony at the Auditorium of Soegondo Building. A total of 129 students were engaged in the graduation ceremony. As they’ve passed another journey in their life, the English Studies Programme would like to congratulate the students above on their well-deserved success in finishing their studies and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.
English Studies Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada held an orientation meeting, POPSI 2022, for newly accepted students on the 16th and 18th of August 2022 at Soegondo Building in the presence of the Head of Study Program, Dr. Adi Sutrisno, all lecturers, and the MBKM team. POPSI, which stands for Pekan Orientasi Program Studi Sastra Inggris, is an annual event that introduces new students to various programs and possibilities given by the institution or the government, such as Kampus Merdeka. A great deal of critical and fundamental information concerning rules and policies was also provided. The event also included a consultation with the MBKM team so that participants may raise direct questions concerning Kampus Merdeka and receive direct responses from the MBKM team. Given that this event was arranged by the IMAJI, the Student Association of English Studies Program, the questions were submitted via the IMAJI Instagram account. The MBKM team will choose and respond to the questions most likely to be addressed. Throughout the consultation session, the students displayed enthusiasm and flooded the IMAJI Instagram account with countless questions.
1 November 2022 09:00 - 11:00 Auditorium Soegondo "The Colony" has been long listed for the Booker Prize 2022 and Shortlisted for The Orwell Prize for Fiction 2022.
Community Service is an annual event hosted by the English Studies Programme at Universitas Gadjah Mada to execute one of the Three Pillars of Higher Education. This year, the theme of the Community Service was ‘PkM UGM in Collaboration with SMA N 5 Purworejo: Developing Speaking Skills through Storytelling.’ The goal of this Community Service is to foster speaking skills in a way that not only encourages participants to pronounce words correctly but also to speak with the proper intonation and articulation. In addition to learning about modulation, pitch, tempo, pause, and tone through storytelling, the participants gained valuable skills for future public speaking opportunities.