Gadjah Mada International Fellowship (GMIF) Scholarship Results Are Out!
FISIPOL UGM ASEAN +1 Scholarship Program (FIAS) is a fully-funded scholarship for high school graduates across ASEAN countries (except Indonesia) and Timor Leste who wish to broaden their knowledge in social and political science with the International Undergraduate Program in FISIPOL. Six scholarships are available for eligible students across three departments:
– Department of International Relations
– Department of Public Policy and Management
– Department of Communication Science
Call for Applications TDR Postgraduate Scholarship in Implementation Research Academic Year 2022/2023
Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for a place in the following full-time postgraduate programme, with a focus on Implementation Research for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Funding for these full scholarships is from TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases, based at the World Health Organization in Geneva (TDR Postgraduate training support). Only applicants from low- and middle-income countries of WHO South-East Asia and Western Pacific Regions are eligible.
Mother Nature is a gift for us to keep. Land, water, air, animals, plants, and everything on earth is a precious thing to preserve. However, we can no longer take the beauty and fruitfulness of the planet for granted. In fact, our planet is in crisis.
The Program is a full-time 2 years MBA (120 ECTS) but taught intensively over 18 months. The selected multidisciplinary approach makes this master program unique. The courses are taught jointly by professors from UGM and UiA, and practitioners from private businesses and public offices are invited as guest lecturers in most courses. Faculty members from participating AUN universities will also be invited as guest lectures, based on their scientific qualifications and regional competencies from various parts of ASEAN.
Combining competence from business school disciplines, such as Finance, Marketing, Strategy and Business Ethics, with knowledge and experiences from environmental sciences, like Forestry, Agronomy and Engineering, shall bring students towards a deep understanding of environmental problems and solutions. A practical case study approach throughout the courses will educate and train the students in economic-ecological system analyses. Throughout the study program, students will learn about the necessity of multi-stakeholder engagement and corporate and public social responsibility.
The program offers two Concentration Tracks in Sustainability. Track 1 comprises courses on Energy Resource Management, Urban Planning and Management, and Climate Change Laws and Greenhouse Gas Reductions. Track 2 consists of courses on Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture, Marine Resources and Coastal Management, and Forest and Conservation Management.
Track 1 :
- Energy Resources Management :
This course offers an overview of energy resource and the management of energy production and supply. The course also offers analyses of potential strategies for improved access to electricity in under-served regions, particularly by community empowerment for local production. The course connects to Financial Management in discussing funding options for renewable energy initiatives.
- Urban Planning & Management :
Students are introduced to the governance and technical/spatial considerations in urban planning and management, while also considering the socio-economic aspects. The course also deals with community empowerment for resource-efficient water conservation and waste management.
- Climate Change Laws and Greenhouse Gas Reductions :
This course covers the following main topics including International strategies and laws, climate change law-making and climate change and GHG reduction/trading policies and regulations
Track 2 :
- Marine Resources and Coastal Management :
This course introduces fundamental concepts in oceanography and marine ecology. The course explores various management models, and students learn to include carrying capacity analyses in business models. We also present and discuss case studies of governance and conflicts in the use of marine and coastal resources in ASEAN
- Forest and Conservation Management :
Focus is set on management and new technologies, product platform, and innovative business models, which will possibly dominate the shift from both traditional peasant and modern industrial agriculture towards a socially just and environmentally sustainable food production and distribution system.
The program offers full scholarship for two intakes selected students from ASEAN countries are offered stipends through the funding from the Norwegian government. =&2=& =&3=& The first intake of the program will commence in August 2021.
For more information regarding the program visit the link
- Candidates from ASEAN countries are eligible for the full-scholarship. Priority is given to candidates from Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar.
- Students from Norway, or other non-ASEAN countries, are also eligible applicants for a limited number of seats without stipends.
- Applicants must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university.
- Suitable academic backgrounds may be from economics, management, agricultural or forestry sciences, engineering, political science, geography or law. Students with other relevant higher education may also apply.
- Applicants must submit proof of English language fluency (TOEFL or IELTS, or otherwise in agreement with recruiting universities).
- Applicants for stipends shall be under the age of 30 by the time of application.
I’m currently undergoing my Master’s degree, am I still allowed to participate in an exchange program?
UGM & OIA does provide and collaborate with some scholarship programs. Please refer to https://oia.ugm.ac.id/scholarship-information/ for more information about scholarships and funding. Also, make sure you read the terms, conditions, and procedures correctly!
There is no certainty whether an exchange program will be fully funded or not because it depends on each country’s or host university’s availability. So, we encourage students to do a thorough research on the programs of the host university you are interested in.
Yes, OIA will still be open during semester holidays. We are only closed during national holidays!
Yes, of course! Students from all programs can apply for an exchange program. But keep in mind some universities do not accept students of certain study programs due to the different education systems. Refer to the information on our website for more information.