[Australia] Flinders University – Student Exchange Program 2018


[This program is self-funded]

The International Exchange program is available to overseas students of universities with exchange agreement with Flinders University. The program allows eligible students to study a semester or two semesters of their home university degree at Flinders.and currently accepting student nominations and exchange applications for Flinders Semester 1 2018 (February-June 2018).

Program Guidelinehttp://www.flinders.edu.au/for_international_students_files/exchange/Student%20Exchange%20&%20Student%20Abroad%20Brochure%20final.pdf

Fact Sheet: Flinders Study Abroad Fact Sheet

For further information, please go to: http://www.flinders.edu.au/international-students/student-exchange-study-abroad/inbound/how-to-apply.cfm

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GUEST LECTURE “Public Management Reform in Developing Countries: The Malaysian Experience and Lessons”

Guest Lecture May 27 2016 (1)

Department of Public Policy and Management presents:

“Public Management Reform in Developing Countries: The Malaysian Experience and Lessons”

Prof. Noore Siddiquee
(Flinders University)

Date & Time
Friday, May 27th, 2016
08.30 – 10.30 am
R. Seminar MAP, Fisipol UGM Unit II

Registration: bit.ly/LecSidd
Free and limited seat!

CP. Mbak Ari (081578984554)

Flinders University Short Course Program in Yogyakarta

The Flinders University Short Course Program in Yogyakarta was organized by Global Engagement Office, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences UGM on 25 – 30 January 2016 and collaborated with Flinders University Australia. It was designed for Flinders University students to deepen their understanding about Indonesia as one of prominent countries for Australia. Global Engagement office prepared several exciting programs such as lectures on Indonesian politics, economy, social and culture, practicing Javanese traditional dance and gamelan, visitation to Tamansari and Ullen Sentalu museum, and also volunteering at Project Child Indonesia as one of Non-governmental Organizations in Yogyakarta. Hopefully, by learning from Indonesian professors, exploring Indonesian culture and heritage, and directly interacting with the local people, the participants would be more enthusiastic and eager to learn further about Indonesia. More importantly, this program could open larger opportunity for Australian and Indonesian students to exchange their knowledge and culture as well as became a stepping stone to increase people-to-people understanding between Indonesia and Australia.