The internationalization of the UGJ has been carried out since a decade ago. To date, more than 20 foreign universities have been successfully embraced, such as Maastricht University (Netherlands), University of Poitiers (France), CQU University (Australia), Tarlac Agricultural University (Philippines), Systems Plus College Foundation (SPCF) (Philippines) ), National Dong Hwa University (Taiwan), Institute of Business Timor Leste (Timor Leste), Moscow City University (Russia), University Tun Hussein Onn (Malaysia), Rajamangala University (Thailand), Tohuku University (Japan), National University of Kaohsiung (Taiwan), Mahidol University (Thailand).
One form of UGJ's commitment to continue to improve the quality of learning, education and the quality of the implementation of the Tridharma of Higher Education, cooperation programs with well-known universities around the world must also be implemented as a program with academic meaning with the aim of increasing cooperation in various fields.
UGJ is determined to become a world class university or world class university. For this reason, UGJ students and lecturers must be world literate, so that it continues to collaborate with other universities abroad, such as America, Japan, Malaysia and other European countries. Since 2015 UGJ has regularly sent its best students in student exchange programs to the University of Poitiers, France and Mahidol University, Thailand. Besides that, UGJ managed to get a grant from the Erasmus Mobility Exchange Program which is intended for lecturers, staff and students for the 2020-2022 period.