Scholarship for Indonesian Students

There are many scholarships available for Indonesian Students and Lecturers. Some of them are:

  1. AMINEF – FULBRIGHT

The American Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF), established in 1992, is a bi-national non-profit foundation that administers the Fulbright Program in Indonesia. The Fulbright Program through AMINEF annually awards more than 120 scholarships to Americans and Indonesians to study, teach, or conduct original research in a variety of disciplines. Grants are competitive, comprehensive, and generally cover tuition and fees, textbook allowance, monthly maintenance, international airfare, and health insurance.

Some of the programs are :

  1. Fulbright Master’s Degree Program
  2. Fulbright Master of Science & Technology Initiative Degree Program
  3. Fulbright Presidential Scholarship Program (Ph.D. Program)
  4. USAID Funded Fulbright Agricultural M.S. and PhD Scholarships
  5. Fulbright Doctoral Dissertation Research Program
  6. Fulbright Senior Research Program
  7. FULBRIGHT-DIKTI SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
  8. Many other special programs

For further information, please contact :

Universitas Surabaya
International Village Building Lt.2
Jalan Kalirungkut, Surabaya 60293
Phone: (031) 298 1320, 298 1312,8411809
Fax:(031) 2981321

infofulbright_ind@aminef.or.id

 

  1. ADS

Australia Awards are an Australian Government initiative designed to promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia, our neighbours and the global community.

Australia Awards include Development Awards administered by AusAID and the Endeavour Awards administered by the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. They provide a range of opportunities for study, research and professional development in Australia.

Wira Usaha Building 7th floor.
JL. H.R. Rasuna Said kav.C-5 Kuningan
South Jakarta 12940
Indonesia
Phone number : +62 21 527 7648
Fax number : +62 21 527 7649

For further information, please visit http://australiaawardsindo.or.id

 

  1. DAAD

Studying or researching at a German higher education institution needs to be properly financed. Public universities in Germany often do not charge tuition fees. If they charge such fees, however, these will be considerably lower than in other western countries. Thus, the main costs a foreign student or researcher in Germany has to face usually are for traveling, books and other materials relevant to his work, accomodation and the general living expenses. A scholarship or grant may be the answer for those who don’t have the necessary financial resources.

The DAAD offers a large number of scholarships to Indonesians. Most of its scholarship programs are addressed to university- teachers (from public or private universities), to researchers from public institutions and to professionals working in the public or in the private sector. For undergraduates from the field of German studies, the DAAD offers summer courses at German universities and study scholarships for one semester.

For further information, please open http://www.daadjkt.org

Contact :

Summitmas II, 14th Floor
Jakarta 12190
Tel.: +62 (21) 520 08 70, 525 28 07
Fax: +62 (21) 525 28 22
info@daadjkt.org

  1. JASSO

JASSO offers enhanced support programs for international students to maintain their academic level.The programs include: providing scholarships to international students, implementing international exchange programs, maintaining accommodation for international students,and improving application procedures for them by administering Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students, as well as collecting and disseminating information on study abroad.

http://www.jasso.go.jp/study_j/documents/scholarshipse_mext.pdf

http://www.jasso.go.jp/study_j/documents/scholarshipse_jasso.pdf

For further information, please open http://www.jasso.or.id/

Please contact : info@jasso.or.id

 

  1. NUFFIC NESO Indonesia

The Dutch government attempts to make Dutch higher education as accessible as possible to students and mid-career professionals from other countries.

In Holland, higher education is subsidized, which means that tuition fees can be kept relatively low, especially when compared with the United Kingdom and the United States.

The easiest and cheapest way to study in Holland is through an exchange programme. Many Dutch higher education institutions have exchange agreements with partner institutions in countries throughout the world. Exchange programmes and agreements are often limited to specific fields or disciplines. Ask your own university or college about the possibilities.

The programs are :

STUNED, NFP, DIKTI-NESO Ph.D Special Program, Grantfinder

For further information :

NUFFIC NESO Surabaya

The International Village
Universitas Surabaya
Raya Kalirungkut Surabaya 60293

Tel: +62 (31) 298 1328
Fax: +62 (31) 298 1329
email: surabaya@nesoindonesia.or.id