The study of Indonesia and the education of Indonesian students has long been a priority of The Australian National University (ANU). As part of its ongoing commitment to Indonesia, ANU will offer a one-week intensive research workshop to a selection of the brightest final year undergraduate students from a cross-section of leading Indonesian universities. The aim of the workshop is to develop innovative thinking and enhance the research skills of participants. Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Universitas Gadjah Mada is welcomed to send its 6 brightest students to participate in this program.
“Media, Journalism, Publishing and Communication”
Professor Rachel Fensham
Head, School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne
Open only for FISIPOL Graduate Students
Free & Limited seat
Register yourself through this link bit.ly/ResearchRF
no later than Thursday, 29 September 2016
For further information
Afrizal Choiron – 081338277459
Sumitomo Foundation is a non-profit grant-making organization which was established by 20 companies of the Sumitomo Group Japan. Sumitomo Foundation annually gives grants to researcher who take Japan-related issues as their research topic. This year Sumitomo Foundation would grants ¥300.000 – ¥1.1 million for any researcher from Asian countries (exclude Japan). Any research project in the field of social sciences or humanities that is related to Japan will be accepted.
For further details about the Research grant please follow this link: Sumitomo Foundation