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Indonesia-UK

Education

Collaborations

KEDUTAAN BESAR REPUBLIK INDONESIA LONDON

T. A. Fauzi Soelaiman

Education Attaché

Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in London

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Outline of Presentation

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Outline

1.Fast Facts on Indonesia

2.Data of Education System in Indonesia

3.Numbers of Indonesian Students Abroad

4.Scholarships for Indonesian Students

5.Numbers of Foreign Students in

Indonesia

6.RI-UK Collaborations

7.Additional Information

8.Conclusions

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Introduct

ion

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Fast Facts

on Indonesia

Fourth most populous country in the world:

237.424.363 in 2011

4 x UK.

Third biggest democratic country in the

world.

Young generation (more than 50% below 29).

Fifteenth largest land area in the world:

1.904.569 km

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8 x UK.

GDP (PPP): $1.208 trillion (15

th

). Per

capita: $3.797 (107

th

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1/10 x UK.

Member of G-20.

Represents “I” in the MINT countries.

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Fast Facts (continued)

Has more than 13.000 islands.

13.466 officially named in

2010. About 6.000 inhabited.

Consists of more than 300

ethnical groups.

Speaks more than 500 languages

and dialects.

Has 3 time zones.

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McKinsey Global

Institute’s Prediction on

Indonesia

(September 2012)

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McKinsey Global

Institute’s Report

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Education Regulation

20% of National’s Budget is for Education

(including salaries for teachers and

lecturers).

Planning to build 495 Community Colleges

(one in each district). Currently 64 have

been built.

Target in 2008: 5.000 PhD/year (3.000 from

within Indonesia, 2.000 from abroad).

Currently sends about 600-1.100/year

abroad.

Major problem: English language.

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http://www.fedu.uec.ac.jp/~f12steff/ITB3.html

Data on

education

system in

indonesia

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Numbers of

Indonesian Students

Abroad

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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f0/Perpustakaan_Pusat_Universitas_Indonesia.jpg

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Rank 11

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Numbers of Indonesian

Students in UK

2002/13 to 2011/12

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Indonesian Students in UK

According to Levels of

Study 2011/12

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Numbers of Indonesian Students in UK 2011/12 According to Universities

http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Data is

rounded to 5

for data

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Data is

rounded to 5

for data

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Numbers of Indonesian Students in UK 2011/12 According to Fields of Studies

http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Data is

rounded to 5

for data

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Data is

rounded to 5

for data

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The change of numbers of

Asian students in UK

2010/11-2011/12

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Scholarships for

Scholarships for

Indonesian Students

Indonesian Students

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Scholarships from Indonesian

Government (1)

1. DIKTI (Directorate General of Higher Education)

Scholarship:

http://beasiswa.dikti.go.id/

Opens for lecturers in state and private universities.

Started in 2008.

Sent out more than 4000 students.

2. LPDP Scholarship:

http://www.beasiswalpdp.org/

Opens for anyone but lecturers on 6 fields: engineering, science,

agriculture, accounting/finance, law and religion.

Only for top 200 universities.

Started in 2013. Sent out 1500 students all over the world.

93 students are now in UK (16 PhD, 77 MSc). Will be monitored at end

of this week.

Open throughout the year.

3. Unggulan (High Achiever) Scholarship:

http://beasiswaunggulan.kemdiknas.go.id/

Opens for high achievers.

4. SPIRIT (Scholarship Program for Strengthening the

Reforming Institution) Scholarship:

http://spiritbappenas.net/

Limited to 11 government institutions (BAPPENAS, BPK, Kemkeu,

Kemdagri, Kemenlu, BKPM, BKN, LAN, Kemenpan dan RB, BPKP and BPN) to

support bureaucracy reformation in these institutions.

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1. KOMINFO Scholarship:

http://balitbang.kominfo.go.id/balitbang/beasiswa

Information and Communication Engineering based

scholarship

2. Presidential Scholarship:

Opens in 2014

Only for top 100 universities

3. Governmental Scholarships:

Opens in 2014

4. Aceh Province Scholarship:

Started in 2010

5. West Papua Province Scholarship:

Started sending to UK in 2013

Currently there are 13 students in colleges

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Other Scholarships for

Indonesian Students

Chevening: http://www.chevening.org/

Master program only

Jardine Foundation:

http://www.jardines.com/

Oxford and Cambridge university intakes only

ISDB (Islamic Development Bank):

http://www.isdb.org

Certain restrictions

Private companies: Bank Indonesia,

Mandiri, etc.

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Target Countries by DIKTI

Scholarship Recipients

2008-2012

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Data source: http://studi.dikti.go.id/study/statistik/?#

TOP 10 COUNTRIES

1.Australia

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Recipients of DIKTI

Scholarship in UK

(2008-2013)

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2013 data is not final

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Numbers of Foreign

Students in Indonesia

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Indonesian students

abroad

Foreign students in

Indonesia

2011

84.05

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2010

80.09

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7.746

2009

73.50

1

7.143

Numbers of Indonesian Students

Abroad

and Foreign Students in Indonesia

There is imbalance of the flows of the

students..

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Scholarships To

Indonesia

Dharmasiswa Scholarship

Art and Culture Scholarship

Writing Competition

Medics Away: for medical

students:

http://medicsaway.com

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Darmasiswa Scholarships

http://atdikbudlondon.com/uk-students/darmasiswa/

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From the Ministry

of Education and

Culture

6 and 12 months in

Indonesia

Study Indonesian

Language,

Traditional

Instruments

(Gamelan, Kecapi,

etc.), Traditional

Dances, etc.

Deadline 2014: 24

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Arts and Culture

Scholarship

http://atdikbudlondon.com/uk-students/iacs/

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From the Ministry

of Foreign Affairs

6 and 12 months in

Indonesia

Study Indonesian

Language,

Traditional

Instruments

(Gamelan, Kecapi,

etc.), Traditional

Dances, etc.

Deadline 2014: 21

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Writing Competition

http://atdikbudlondon.com/uk-students/writing-competition/

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From the Ministry of

Education and Culture

via the Education

Attaches.

Opens for UK and

Ireland students and

school teachers.

3 winners per year.

Free 7 days in

Indonesia.

Free programs. Expect

to have

Sister/Twinned

Schools.

Deadline 2014: 31

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Darmasiswa Scholarships Recipients

197

589

779

779 students

65 countries

Indonesian students in top 30 countries in 2011

Numbers of Darmasiswa

Scholarships recipients

according to continents

Rank 27

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Numbers of Foreign Students in

Indonesia

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RI-UK Collaborations

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Prior to 2010

Earliest Agreement found:

Agreement Between the

Governments of Indonesia and the

UK on Co-operation in the Field

of Education, Science and

Culture. Signed: 13 June 2002.

8 MOUs/LOAs prior to 2010.

All are available at

atdikbudlondon.com.

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Joint Communiqué

Jakarta, 12 April 2012

PM Cameron visited Indonesia.

12 April 2012: Joint Communiqué was signed

between the Indonesian Minister of

Education and Culture, Prof. Dr. Mohammad

Nuh and the UK’s Minister for Universities

and Science, Rt. Hon. David Willets MP.

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Joint Working Group (JWG) 1 and

Signing of G to G MOU on

Education

Indonesian Embassy, 28 May 2012

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Speech by Rt. Hon. David

Willets, MP. Signing of MOU

UT-OU. Exchanging gifts and Lunch

at the Indonesian Embassy in London, 28 May 2012

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Minister’s visit to SOAS,

Univ. of London

28 Mei 2012

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Minister’s visit to

University of Exeter

29 May 2012

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Minister’s visit to

University of Oxford

30 May 2012

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Products of

Minister’s visit

27-31 May 2012

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MOU G to G, MOU UT-OU, LOI Dikti-Exeter, MOU ITB-Cranfield

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State Visit of the Indonesian

President

30 Oct.-3 Nov. 2012

10 additional documents were signed

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International

Education: Global

Growth and Prosperity

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Visit of the Vice President,

Prof. Dr. Boediono

October 2013

Keynote Speech at University of Oxford

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Visit of Minister of

Education and Culture

20 January 2014

Bilateral Talk with Rt Hon

David Willets MP.

Participated at the Education

World Forum (EWF) 2014.

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Results of Bilateral Talk, 20 January 2014

What Indonesia Needs

1.

Teacher Education:

For Primary and Secondary Education

Teachers.

Implementing New 2013 Curriculum.

2.

Vocational Education:

Electrical/electronics engineering.

Mechanical engineering, incl. Mechatronics.

Ship building, incl. underwater welding.

3.

Joint Research in Higher Education:

Energy.

Creative Industry.

Health.

Agriculture.

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Visit of Rt Hon David Willets MP

to Indonesia

2-4 March 2014

Ministerial addresses

Joint Working Group 2

British Council Workshops

Visits universities and

vocational colleges

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MOU, MOA, LOI, etc.,

until now

Currently we have 47 documents:

31 MOUs

10 MOAs/Agreements

4 LOIs

1 Joint Communiqué

1 Joint Framework

Between governments, universities,

schools and research institutions.

All are available at:

atdikbudlondon.com

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Latest News (12 Dec.

2013)

The Constitutional Court (MK:

Mahkamah Konstitusi

) has

declared that Foreign Higher

Institution can be opened in

Indonesia.

Regulated by Article 90 of Law

(UU) 12/2012.

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Additional Information

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Education Attaché's Website:

atdikbudlondon.com

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Directory of International

Offices of Universities in

Indonesia

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Directory of Officials at

the Ministry of Education

and Culture, RI

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E-books than can be

downloaded from

atdikbudlondon.com

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Conclusions

Conclusions

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Conclusions

Indonesia needs to keep improving its

human resources to meet the country’s

needs.

Scholarships for Indonesians to study

abroad are available and plentiful.

Scholarships to study in Indonesia are

available.

Academic and research collaborations are

expected to increase. Priority fields

have been identified.

Need to prepare for Rt. Hon. David

Willets visit to Indonesia, 2-4 March

2014.

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Further Information:

Prof. Dr. T. A. Fauzi Soelaiman

Indonesian Education Attaché in London

atdikbud_london@yahoo.com

www.atdikbudlondon.com

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