The Library of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada (FEB UGM) is located in the Learning Center Building, on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floor. On the 2nd floor, students can utilize the available services, including:

  • Locker keys loan
  • Membership (member activation)
  • Free book loans and final assignments submission
  • Return of borrowed books. Late return is subject to a fine of IDR 5,000.00/book/day
  • Collaborative study area
  • Computer terminal to browse the library’s collection

Library collections that can be borrowed by students are located on the 3rd floor. Services available on the 3rd floor are as follows:

  • Book loan service
  • Service access to students’ final assignment is available in the EBDL (Economics and Business Digital Library) database. Students can access the full text of their final work files by registering via the computer terminal available in the library.
  • Discussion room. There are 3 discussion rooms that can be utilized for 2 hours for each session. Should no one borrow the room in the next session, the room loan can be extended.
  • Turnitin test service. Students can carry out the Turnitin test independently using the computer terminal available in the library.
  • Osiris data access service
  • Reuter data access service
  • CEIC data access service
  • Self-reading area

Students can utilize the library room on the 4th floor with various collections available, including reference books, newspapers, magazines/journals, publications by FEB UGM lecturers, BI Corner, ADB Corner, and a relaxing reading room equipped with bean bags. All collections on the 4th floor are not for loan but can be multiplied according to student needs.

Students can take advantage of FEB UGM library services every Monday to Friday, 07.30 -16.00 WIB. Every visitor to the library is required to use check points on the Simaster menu as library visit data.

UGM Integration Catalog

All book collection data in all UGM libraries can be traced or searched using the UGM catalog integration facility in the link https://opac.lib.ugm.ac.id. Students can borrow books from several faculty libraries. The number of books that can be borrowed in all libraries within UGM is 15 books. Students can borrow up to 3 books from the FEB UGM library, with one week loan period. Loan period can be extended 2 times via Simaster or you can come directly to the library.

FEB UGM Library Catalog

The FEB UGM library has developed an information system to assist students in searching for books located in the FEB library, including libraries in the Master of Management (MM), Master of Economics and Development (MEP), and Master of Accounting (MAKSI) Study Programs. The FEB Library Catalog can be accessed through the following link https://academics.feb.ugm.ac.id/lib.

E-Books, E-Journals, and E-Texts Collection

The UGM Library purchased several electronic book titles from various publishers. Electronic books can be accessed on the https://lib.ug.ac.id page on the E-Resources menu. In addition, students can access international journals that UGM subscribes to on the page. Several databases of international economics and multi-disciplinary journals such as Ebsco, ProQuest, Emerald, JSTOR, Science Direct, Sage, and several journal titles subscribed directly from publishers can be accessed from campus and off campus.

Statista is one of the data that can be utilized by FEB UGM students. Statista contains relevant market data from third parties and makes it available to its customers in the form of statistics and studies. Data is obtained from a variety of sources, including government agencies, such as statistical offices and ministries, international organizations, market research institutes and trade journals.

In addition, FEB UGM has subscribed to electronic textbooks (E-Text) to provide easy access to the main books used in lecture activities. Currently, electronic textbooks subscribed to are still limited to books from Pearson publishers. Students can access the textbook through the https://elok.ug.ac.id page. Several book titles have been linked to classes in the eLok Learning Management System. Students who do not have classes at eLok can access electronic textbooks from the Pearson Book course or via the https://elok.ug.ac.id/course/view.php?id=6111 page. For students who already have an SSO (Single Sign On) UGM account, there is no need to register. Students can directly log in using SSO UGM.

Osiris Data

Osiris data contains financial information, ratings, estimated earnings, stock data, company data at the global level. Students can access Osiris data through a computer terminal available in the library or via the website http://osiris.bvdinfo.com. Students can borrow an account from the library by filling out the form http://ugm.id/2WH. The account will be emailed to the borrower prior to the selected access session.

Refinitiv Data

Refinitiv data was once called Reuters data, containing information regarding global market data. Refinitiv is part of the London Stock Exchange. Capital market analysis, research results, news, market data and pricing for industry and commodity data. Apart from that, there is company data such as ESG data (ranking and ratings), competitors, ownership, and so on. The available information is easy to find and understand, so it is easy to process as needed. The information presented ranges from general to more detailed information.

Students can access Reuters data through computer terminals available in the library or through the website http://Eikon.thomsonreuters.com. Students can borrow an account to the library by filling out the form http://ugm.id/1WH.


Accurate and reliable macro & microeconomic data from various countries and regions around the world. This dataset provides various series related to economic indicators including hard-to-obtain information on 18 macroeconomic series and 14 data series on the industrial sector. In addition, CEIC provides various series of macroeconomic data which are updated every day. The Indonesian Premium Database provides approximately 334,000 series of macroeconomic and industrial data in Indonesia from various sectors with complete coverage for 33 provinces in Indonesia, and data is even available down to the district and city levels.

Students can access CEIC data through a computer terminal available in the library or through the website https://insights.ceicdata.com/login#. Students can borrow an access account to the library by filling out the form http://ugm.id/MacdashCEICStudent.

The number of accounts that can be borrowed for each data is 2 accounts, each of which is divided into 3 sessions every day.

Turnitin test

The similarity test for writing scientific work can be in the form of a course assignment paper or a student's final assignment (thesis). The similarity test is widely known as the Turnitin test. Students can carry out a manuscript similarity test independently by using a computer terminal available in the library or assisted by librarians. If you want the testing to be assisted by a librarian, the manuscript file is submitted via the https://academics.feb.ugm.ac.id/portalmhs portal. Then login using the respective synthesis account. The FEB UGM Undergraduate Study Program enforces provisions that require the use of the Turnitin application to test the similarity of each manuscript that will be tested at the time of comprehension. The results of the similarity test must have received a verification stamp from the library before being submitted to the Academic Section. The result of the required thesis text similarity test is less than or equal to 25% (≤25%).

Book Delivery

Students can order book delivery on the https://academics.feb.ug.ac.id/portalmhs page. This service is very helpful for students in borrowing collections, especially for collections with a limited number of copies, so there is no need to rush to visit the library to get collections. The Book Delivery service menu integrates student data with library collections and delivery destination data along with nominal fees for POS Indonesia expedition services. This service can also accommodate students who only use loan ordering services without using expedition services or without having to pay expedition fees.