Ministry of Education and Culture (MOEC) of Republic of Indonesia has an education collaboration program with the Government of Federal Republic of Germany. The two parties have agreed to run the Indonesian-German Scholarship Program (IGSP) as part of the Debt Swap VII programme with the aim of improving the quality of Higher Education of Indonesia (in the field of human resources). The Debt Swap programme is the Indonesian foreign debt reduction. In the field of education, Debt Swap Programme I and II have been accomplished in the field of basic education and rehabilitation of school facilities.
* Full Ph.D Programme (3 years)
* One-year Research in Germany
* One year Post-doctoral research in Germany
Field of Study :
* Economics and Finance focused on Poverty Alleviation
* Climate Change, Environment and Biodiversity
* Infrastructure, Transportation and Defense Technology (satellite)
* Information and Communication Technology
* Regional Autonomy and Decentralization
* National Integration and Social Harmonization
* Human Development and National Competitiveness
* Holding Master Degree
* GPA ≥ 3.20, GPA from Fast Track ≥ 3.00 and Master ≥ 3.20
* TOEFL ≥ 550, IELTS ≥ 6.0
Who can apply :
* Permanent/prospective lecture from state and private university
* Fast Track student
* Master graduates who are recommended by Indonesian University
For further information and application please fisit :
http://www.daadjkt.org/index.php?scholarships or http://studi.dikti.go.id
Tips To Get Financial Aid Scholarships
Many students know that grants and scholarships are a surefire way to help pay for the high cost of a college degree. A high level of stress doesn't need to come along with the process of applying for financial aid. With knowledge and foresight, earning financial aid to help pay for college doesn't need to be a challenge.
Students may be applying for financial aid in the form of scholarships for a number of reasons. Some scholarships are offered to students who demonstrate a financial need for monetary help and thus are considered need based. Other scholarships are merit-based and help reward students who may not demonstrate financial need, but could still benefit from financial aid. Either way, the process of applying for scholarships remains the same.
There are some steps that are simply applicable across the board, no matter what type of financial aid students are applying for. From the East coast to the West coast, these strategies have been continually employed. They are proven to be the most successful; both in positive results and in helping students develop a sense of organization.
The first tip is also applicable to deadlines while students attend college: start looking early and keep track of deadlines. Organization is paramount throughout the process of scholarship applications. Missing a deadline is not an option; scholarship boards will not accept late applications. The earlier students identify which scholarships they want to apply for, the more time they have to make their application top-notch.
The second tip for making yourself into an attractive scholarship applicant requires more work than simply writing down dates in a calendar. When trying to win financial aid money, GPA and demonstrating financial need are absolutely important. However, many scholarships want a full picture of the applicants - so community and campus involvement are just as important as your grades. Staying involved in extracurricular activities like clubs, sports and volunteering will help make you into a desirable applicant when you're aiming for financial aid.
The actual process of submitting an application requires the same type of organization as keeping track of dates. Students need to be sure to read all the instructions so they don't skip or accidentally miss an important part of the scholarship's instructions. No matter how messy they are regularly, the scholarship application itself needs to be neatly handwritten or typed, with an attention to detail. Scholarship boards process hundreds of applications regularly and don't have the time to be deciphering horrible penmanship!
Students who are vying for scholarships may be drawn first and foremost to the biggest scholarships available on a national level. However, it is wisest to apply for local scholarships first. The smaller the pool of applicants, the more likely it is that students will be successful in winning their financial aid. Local colleges and universities are an excellent source of individual scholarship opportunities, and many hometown individuals and programs will also offer students financial aid. The search can be broadened only after the closest opportunities are taken advantage of.