In the period 2001-2010 (Period of Institutional Development) UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta has been a significant milestone in the development of the oldest Islamic institution of higher education in this country, namely the transformation of the State Islamic Institute (IAIN) Sunan Kalijaga the State Islamic University (UIN) Sunan Kalijaga based Presidential Decree No. 50 of 2004 On June 21, 2004. Declaration UIN Sunan Kalijaga held on October 14, 2004. This period is under the leadership of Prof.. Dr. HM. Amin Abdullah (2001-2005) with the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Prof. Drs. H. Akh. Minhaji, MA., Ph.D., Vice Rector of the General Administration of Drs. H. Masjhudi, BBA, M.Sc. and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Prof. Dr. H. Lubis Ismail, MA (late) who was later replaced by Dr.. Maragustam Siregar, MA.
In the second period (2006-2010) from the leadership of Prof. Dr. HM. Amin Abdullah has established Vice Rector for Cooperation. With the enactment of the presence of Vice Rector for Cooperation, the UIN Sunan Kalijaga leadership in this second period is as follows: Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Dr.. H. Sukamta, MA, Vice Rector for Public Administration, Dr. H. Tasman Hamami, MA, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Dr.. Maragustam Siregar, MA, and Vice Rector for Cooperation chaired by prof. Dr. H. Siswanto Masruri, MA.
Changes made to the Institute became the university launched a new paradigm in view and to study the religious sciences and general sciences, namely interconnection integration paradigm. This paradigm requires the effort to mendialogkan openly and intensively between hadlarah an-nas, hadlarah al-ilm, and hadlarah al-philosophy. With this paradigm, UIN Sunan Kalijaga increasingly emphasized his concern for the development of Muslim society in particular and the public at large. Integrating and linking the two fields of study that were previously regarded as differently dimatral allow the birth of a friendly understanding of Islam, democratic, and became rahmatan lil 'alamin.

Period Togetherness and Welfare

Based on the Decree of the Minister of Religious Affairs Number: B.II/3/16522/2010 On December 6, 2010, Professor in the Faculty Ushuluddin, Religious Studies and Islamic Thought was given additional duties as Rector of UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta term of office 2010-2014. Period under the leadership of Prof.. Dr. H. Moses Asy'arie assisted by Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Dr.. Sekar Ayu Aryani, M. Ag, Vice Rector, Prof. of Public Administration. Dr. H. Nizar, M. Ag, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Dr.. H. Akhmad Rifa'i, M. Phil. and Vice Rector Prof. cooperation. Dr. H. Siswanto Masruri, MA.

Vision and Mission


Being a university that excels in the areas of academic, professional, efficient, effective, and accountable to advance civilization.


1. Develop the university's academic resources to improving the quality of research, learning and community development
2. Develop a system of university management and institution of a healthy and harmonious
3. Expanding the network of cooperation in a creative and innovative ways to increase the welfare


The bridge is the lifeblood of a dynamic society, which could produce the ability to cross the steep cliffs and rivers most wide. Many ways have been used to expand the steel to build the infrastructure for the community where differences and interests are part
traffic from a society that is democratic, creative, dynamic, and transformative. IAIN to UIN Sunan transformation Kalijaga is a common challenge to the academicians Core Values: Integrative - Interkonektif, Dedikatif - Innovative,
and Inclusive - Continuous
Improvement. Without the 'bridge and traffic' cooperation, academic society UIN Sunan Kalijaga will allow themselves fragmented
and marginalized as pockets of statism and the apathy of Organic Particles Nano-Scale Artificial Smallest Meter is very useful for the development of technology and medicine. Taken together or singly, Barbara Ward once said: "We must learn to love one another and cooperate, or we'll all be gone".

Along with the development of science and technology are so rapid, cooperation becomes a necessity that will determine how far an institution can continue to grow and have high competitiveness, including educational institutions. UIN Sunan Kalijaga in the age of 58 have experienced cooperating with various institutions at home and abroad. Cooperation that has been developed by UIN Sunan Kalijaga generally intended to overcome any limitations on the organization's resources, both in human resources (human resourses), material resources (material resourses), financial resources (financial resourses), resource information (information resourses) , and technological resources (technological resourses). In addition, cooperation is also carried out in order to strengthen the organization in carrying out its functions and enhance its role in a broader scope.

Among the cooperation that has been and is being implemented include:

1. Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah
2. McGill Unicersity, Canada
3. European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), Norway
4. International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR), Norway
5. South-East Consortium for International Development (SECID)
6. Arizona State University, U.S.
7. Uniited States Agency for International Development (USAID)
8. Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)
9. Classic Regional Language Office (RELO) U.S. Embassy
10. Institute of Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia
12. Cosmos Tech College, Malaysia
13. International Islamic University, Malaysia
14. National University of Malaysia
15. Academy if Islamic Studies University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
16. MARA, Malaysia
17. Institute Kefahaman Islam Malaysia (IKIM)
18. Yala Rajabath University, Thailand
19. ITB Bandung
20. PT Telkom Tbk.
21. National Banking Institutions


UIN Sunan Kalijaga


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