International Unit agrees UK – Indonesia PhD Scholarship programme for the sectorInternational Unit agrees UK – Indonesia PhD Scholarship programme for the sector

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International Unit agrees UK – Indonesia PhD Scholarship programme for the sectorInternational Unit agrees UK – Indonesia PhD Scholarship programme for the sector

scholarInternational Unit agrees UK-Indonesia PhD Scholarship programme for the sector An agreement to deliver a UK sector-wide major new scholarship programme to fund Indonesian lecturers to undertake doctoral study in the UK was signed today by Professor Eric Thomas on behalf of the UK Higher Education International Unit (IU) and Indonesia’s Director General of Higher Education Djoko Santoso.
The UK-Indonesia Dikti Scholarship Programme for Indonesian lecturers will be delivered by the IU on behalf of the UK sector. The IU and Dikti will work together to design the scheme following close consultation with the UK sector. The scholarships will include three
years of PhD study fully funded by the Indonesian government including tuition fees, accommodation and stipend. Over the next five years 750 students will be funded under the scheme with the first cohort arriving in September 2013.
Dr Joanna Newman, Director of the UK Higher Education International Unit said; “The UK Indonesia Scholarship Programme is a landmark commitment by the Indonesian government and UK universities in student mobility. Indonesia has 5.4 million students and has huge ambitions for the education of its population. The UK is extremely well-placed to develop long-lasting partnerships in teaching and research and the positive effect of the Programme
will catalyse institutional links.”
The signing took place at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, witnessed by Universities and Science Minister David Willetts, and Minister for Education, Muhammad Nuh.
Earlier, Universities and Science Minister David Willetts signed a joint framework on closer education and skills cooperation with Minister Muhammad Nuh to promote student mobility and the transfer of knowledge between the two countries. In addition to the government
framework, agreements were also signed between eight UK universities and Indonesian institutions.
The Prime Minister led a delegation to Indonesia in April 2012, which included the UK Higher Education International Unit, Open University, University of Southampton and University of Nottingham

For more information, please contact: Cat Finlayson, Communications and Public Affairs Advisor, UK HE International Unit, 020 7419 5609, catriona.finlayson@international.ac.ukscholarInternational Unit agrees UK-Indonesia PhD Scholarship programme for the sector An agreement to deliver a UK sector-wide major new scholarship programme to fund Indonesian lecturers to undertake doctoral study in the UK was signed today by Professor Eric Thomas on behalf of the UK Higher Education International Unit (IU) and Indonesia’s Director General of Higher Education Djoko Santoso.
The UK-Indonesia Dikti Scholarship Programme for Indonesian lecturers will be delivered by the IU on behalf of the UK sector. The IU and Dikti will work together to design the scheme following close consultation with the UK sector. The scholarships will include three
years of PhD study fully funded by the Indonesian government including tuition fees, accommodation and stipend. Over the next five years 750 students will be funded under the scheme with the first cohort arriving in September 2013.
Dr Joanna Newman, Director of the UK Higher Education International Unit said; “The UK Indonesia Scholarship Programme is a landmark commitment by the Indonesian government and UK universities in student mobility. Indonesia has 5.4 million students and has huge ambitions for the education of its population. The UK is extremely well-placed to develop long-lasting partnerships in teaching and research and the positive effect of the Programme
will catalyse institutional links.”
The signing took place at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, witnessed by Universities and Science Minister David Willetts, and Minister for Education, Muhammad Nuh.
Earlier, Universities and Science Minister David Willetts signed a joint framework on closer education and skills cooperation with Minister Muhammad Nuh to promote student mobility and the transfer of knowledge between the two countries. In addition to the government
framework, agreements were also signed between eight UK universities and Indonesian institutions.
The Prime Minister led a delegation to Indonesia in April 2012, which included the UK Higher Education International Unit, Open University, University of Southampton and University of Nottingham

For more information, please contact: Cat Finlayson, Communications and Public Affairs Advisor, UK HE International Unit, 020 7419 5609, catriona.finlayson@international.ac.uk

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