[This program is self-funded]
Leeds International Summer School (LISS) offers you the opportunity to study at the University of Leeds and immerse yourself in British culture as part of an exciting four-week programme. Taking advantage of the vibrant, student friendly city of Leeds, and the rich history, culture and natural beauty of the area, the summer school combines world-class tuition with local knowledge, academic-related field trips, and a wide variety of social activities.
2018 programme fee: £3,145
Leeds International Summer School is an all-inclusive programme. Included in the programme fee are:
The cost of flights, insurance, visas and meals is not included.
When you have received your acceptance letter you will be required to pay £300 of the programme fee as a non-refundable deposit to secure your place on the Leeds international Summer School. The remaining balance must be made in full by 11 May 2018 (non-refundable after this date).
Chevening Scholarship – UK
with Embassy of the United Kingdom and alumni of Chevening Scholarship
Date: Thursday, 31 August 2017
Time: 10.00 – 12.00 AM
Venue: 2nd Floor, Room 2.2 Central Building Faculty of Engineering UGM
*Limited seats only for the first 80 attending participants
[Scholarship is offered for this program]
To mark its 150th Anniversary in June 1982, Jardine Matheson established an educational trust called The Jardine Foundation to provide scholarships. The Foundation in its discretion awards Jardine Scholarships annually to students to enable them to attend educational establishments, primarily selected colleges at the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge (the ‘Universities’) in the United Kingdom.
The Foundation aims to assist scholars who have the potential to become outstanding citizens with a high commitment to the community. Consequently, the selection of candidates is based on a number of criteria, which include academic achievement, leadership qualities, and involvement in non-curricular activities and community affairs.
The Foundation has established a programme in conjunction with Universitas Gadjah Mada (‘UGM’) to offer a total of two scholarships a year for Oxford and Cambridge Universities for postgraduate courses. The initial commitment is for three years. UGM will seek suitable applicants from its alumni or faculty for recommendation to the Foundation. Candidates shortlisted by the Foundation will be required to apply to the Universities, and if successful in securing a place, will then be subject to a final consideration by the Selection Committee.
Program Guideline: 2018 UGM Postgraduate Criteria (Final)
Application Form: 2018 UGM Scheme Application Form (Final)
Deadline: July 11, 2017