Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia


Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Indonesia

Contact Details

Fakultas Farmasi
Universitas Gadjah Mada
Sekip Utara, Yogyakarta 55281

Phone: +62/0 274 543120, +62/0 902560 or +62/0 902663
Toll Free: Not available
Fax: +62/0 274 543120 or +62/0 546858

Training Therapy

Malay-Indonesian Traditional Medicine

Level Of Training


Qualification Awarded

Degree in Natural Product Pharmacy

Duration Of Training

4 years

Entry Requirements

For Indonesian applicants, they must have a Sekolah Menengah Umum (SMU) certificate.

For overseas students, an equivalent to the SMU and a pass in National Certificate Examination for entrance into Government Universities is required. This exam can be attempted at any Indonesian Embassy. It is conducted in the Indonesian language.

Enrollment Time

September each year

Learning Outcome

To produce graduates who are:

  • internationally competitive and take the lead in drug quality control, natural product modification, drug formulation based on drug delivery system, and biotechnological discovery, production and development of bio-active substances;
  • professional in clinical and community pharmacy services; and
  • dedicating their profession based on pharmaceutical ethics and moral values

Type Of Attendance

Full Time

Credit Hour

144 hours


Equivalent to 8 semesters


Both components (theory and practical / clinical) will be utilized throughout the course.

Learning Module

Semester 1

  • Basic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Laboratory Exercises in Basic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Plant Anatomy & Physiology
  • Laboratory Exercises in Plant Anatomy & Physiology
  • Organic Chemistry I
  • Basic Pharmaceutics
  • Physical Pharmacy
  • Laboratory Exercises in Physical Pharmacy
  • Basic Mathematic and Physics
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Laboratory Exercises in Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Parasitology

Semester 2

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Laboratory Exercises in Analytical Chemistry I
  • Organic Chemistry II
  • Biochemistry
  • Laboratory Exercises in Biochemistry
  • Pharmacognacy
  • Plant Morphology & Systematic
  • Laboratory Exercises in Plant Morphology & Systematic
  • Cell Biology
  • Laboratory Exercises in Cell Biology
  • Etnobotany
  • Pharmaceutical Stat

Semester 3

  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • Laboratory Exercises in Pharmaceutical Dosage Form
  • Anorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Spectrophotometry
  • Laboratory Exercises in Spectrophotometry
  • Basic Pharmacology
  • Laboratory Exercises in Basic Pharmacology
  • Pancasila

Semester 4

  • Medicinal Plant Cultivation
  • Laboratory Exercises in Medicinal Plant Cultivation
  • Natural Product Chemistry
  • Laboratory Exercises in Natural Product Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Chromatography
  • Laboratory Exercises in Chromatography
  • Toxicology
  • Immunology
  • Laboratory Exercises in Immunology
  • Nationality

Semester 5

  • Plant Tissue Culture
  • Laboratory Exercises in Plant Tissue Culture
  • Analysis of Jamu
  • Laboratory Exercises in Analysis of Jamu
  • After Crops Technology
  • Laboratory Exercises in After Crops Technology
  • Marine Natural Product
  • Analysis of Medicinal Plant Constituents
  • Laboratory Exercises in Analysis of Medicinal Plant Constituents
  • Technology and Formulation of Solid Dosage Form
  • Laboratory Exercises in Technology and Formulation of Solid Dosage Form
  • Methodology and Research Design

Semester 6

  • Natural Drug Standardization
  • Laboratory Exercises in Natural Drug Standardization
  • Phytopharmaceutics Technology
  • Laboratory Exercises in Phytopharmaceutics Technology
  • Phytotherapy I
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Laboratory Exercises in Pharmaceutics
  • Technology and Formulation of Liquid and Semi Solid Dosage Forms
  • Laboratory Exercises in Technology and Formulation of Liquid and Semi-solid Dosage Forms
  • Structure Elucidation
  • Laboratory Exercises in Structure Elucidation
  • Natural Drug Interaction Pharmacokinetic

Semester 7

  • Product Supplementation
  • Aromatherapy
  • Natural Cosmetic
  • Laboratory Exercises in Natural Cosmetic
  • Phytotheraphy II
  • Management
  • Drug Stability
  • Biopharmaceutics
  • Environment Chemistry and Waste Management
  • Natural Drug Side-effects

Semester 8

  • Natural Drug Clinical Test
  • Enterpreneurship
  • Thesis
  • Religion
  • Study Service Activity


  • Natural Coloring
  • Traditional Medicine Heritage Letter
  • Alternative Medication
  • Plant Ecology
  • Indonesia
  • English
  • Mandarin

Teaching Faculty

Pharmacy School

Source Of Accreditation

Indonesian Department of Higher Education

Graduate Pathways

On completion graduates can pursue postgraduate level courses.

Career Opportunities

A Graduate must undergo one year internship before practicing as an accredited clinical pharmacist or as a natural product pharmacist.

Course Fees

Local Students

Admission and entrance test – IDR 400,000

Tuition Fees – IDR 30,000,000 for the whole course

International Students

Admission – USD 4,000

Tuition fees – USD 3,000 per year

How To Apply

Candidates can contact the University for enrolment details (refer to contact details)

Glossary, Abbreviations and Links

  • SMU stands for Sekolah Menengah Umum which translates into English as General High School. This is equivalent to A-level, International Baccalaureate, or senior high school.
  • IDR – Indonesian Rupiah
  • USD – US Dollars
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