Master of Accounting (MAKSI) Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) organized graduation ceremony on Thursday, July 19, 2018 in Learning Center (LC) Hall, FEB UGM. The ceremony was opened by the chief of Master of Accounting FEB UGM Prof. Dr. Abdul Halim, M.B.A., and attended by Vice Dean of Finances, Assets and Human Resources FEB UGM, Kusdhianto Setiawan, Sivilekonom, Ph.D., theses supervisors and graduate companions.
Our student scientific papers were successfully approved at the National Symposium on Accounting (SNA) 2018 in Samarinda, East Kalimantan. The papers are:
|1||Transparency Analysis of Web-Based Regional Financial Management of Local Government in Sulawesi||Nuansa Gilang Insani, Irwan Taufiq Ritonga|
||Panji Ari Sasongko, Irwan Taufiq Ritonga|
|3||Design of Uncollected Receivable Accounts Elimination (Study on Restaurant Tax Receivables in Bantul)||Shofi Rahmawati, Irwan Taufiq Ritonga|
|4||Analysis of Disclosure Rate of Local Government Financial Statements in Indonesia||Ratih Indah Veranti, Irwan Taufiq Ritonga|
To improve the spirit of kindship and togetherness, Master of Accounting Student Association, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Gadjah Mada held student outing on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at Kampung Wisata Daleman Asri Girikerto Turi Sleman. The event was attended by 44 students of Master of Accounting from various batch. They performed outbound that hone motor skills, problem solving, and teamwork. This activity expected to increase the passion and concentration of students in studying in Master of Accounting.
The high Grade Point Average (GPA) would not guarantee someone to be a financial managers in a company led by Dahlan Iskan. This statement was conveyed by Dahlan Iskan while delivering a public lecture “Enhance the Spirit of Creative and Innovative Young Entrepreneurs in Facing Global Challenges” organized by Accounting Master’s Program, Faculty of Economics and Business, Gadjah Mada University on Thursday, February 15, 2018 in Kertanegara Room, FEB UGM.
1999 was the beginning of a new era of regional autonomy marked by the enactment of Law Number 22 Year 1999 on Regional Government. Central Government decentralized some authorities to local governments. It results the rights and obligations of local governments to regulate and manage their own households. The decentralization followed by transfer authority of financial management. Local governments have the right to design their own policies in order to achieve state objectives, including policies in financial management. Local governments come to have their own programs and activities in accordance with the conditions of their respective regions. Different programs and activities from each region caused differences in budget allocations. This situation raises the variability of financial condition of each local government. On the other hand, in managing their finances local governments have to obey the regulation, in purpose to be efficient, economical, transparent and accountable financial management.
The opportunity and experience of studying in Master of Accounting, Faculty of Economics and Business, Gadjah Mada University (FEB UGM) is a valuable and extraordinary experience for me. The study activities make me familiar with every elements of campus like fellow students, lecturers and administrative staff. During my studies I also feel the warmth and kinship atmosphere that healed my homesick . My studies went well although there were lots of assignments with strict deadlines. But thanks to the matriculation class that allowed me to studied and did tasks without complaint.