STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

Indonesia: Darmasiswa Ri Programmes

THE INDONESIAN government's Darmasiswa scholarship is meant to cover the costs for a study programme in the field of Indonesian art and culture (language, arts, traditional music, crafts) at 38 Indonesian universities, for one year. The scholarship is not meant for research.

THE INDONESIAN government's Darmasiswa scholarship is meant to cover the costs for a study programme in the field of Indonesian art and culture (language, arts, traditional music, crafts) at 38 Indonesian universities, for one year. The scholarship is not meant for research.

Under the Darmasiswa Ri Short Course programme, students can apply for a six-month programme at a university in Indonesia.

Candidates must be 35 or younger, secondary school graduates, university students or university graduates. They must have basic knowledge about the field related to the study programme in Indonesia. Functional knowledge of English and good health is required. Candidates must hold a passport valid at least two years after the expected start of scholarship.

The scholarship covers tuition fees, monthly allowances of Rp1,000,000 (Sk2,300) and a lump sum of Rp300,000. Students have to cover travel expenses and health insurance themselves.

Deadline for applications: December 15, 2007

For more information see www.indonesia.sk or contact indonesia@indonesia.sk, tel. 02/5441 9886, fax 02/5441 9890.


Source: SAIA

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