Undip Fully-funded Master Scholarships 2021/2022 for International Students -Indonesia

Undip Fully-funded Master Scholarships 2021/2022 for International Students -Indonesia

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Undip Scholarships is a financial support offered by UNDIP for International Students to pursue their Master Degree in which offer many programmes in English. The scholarship consists of tuition fee waiver, living allowance (for those who resides in Semarang), health insurance and internet allowance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Application Deadline: 10th July 2021

About the Award: Universitas Diponegoro (UNDIP) is one of the best, foremost and oldest universities in Indonesia. UNDIP has been home for more than 54,000 students and is ranked in the Top Ten National University. The University also gained its reputation worldwide i.e Top 400 THE World University Ranking for SDG’s and Top 1000 QS World University Ranking. For the students’ achievement, UNDIP is acknowledged as the Best Three for National Rank by QS World Graduate Employability and Universities in Asia by UniRank/4icu.org, respectively. UNDIP aims to become World Class University in which provides excellent education has become one of the main focuses. Undip Scholarships is offered to the international students who want to pursue the Master Program which is taught in English. Upon the study completion, Undip Scholarships Awardees are expected to play an essential role in expanding the international network as well as establishing collaborations back home with UNDIP.

We are offering 16 Master Programs. These study programs are accredited A (Excellent) by the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture. We value our students, both home-students and international students, by providing excellent education as well as the best services to foster the learning process. In addition, located in Semarang City has become one of the appealing points for UNDIP as the city itself is well known for its cultural and industrial diversity. This uniqueness allows our students to experience local heritage in their surroundings and also access to our industrial partners for those who want to conduct the internships.

Eligible Field(s): The Programme offers Masters Degrees which are conducted by Coursework or by Research. The scholarship covers a maximum of 4 semesters with a thesis submission and journal publication (at least one scientific article) as the final milestone. The journal publication is expected to be published in national of international reputable journals (preferably indexed by Scopus). The Master Programmes which are offered in Undip Scholarships this year are as follow:

  • Master of Chemical Engineering
  • Master of Industrial Engineering and Management
  • Master of Mechanical Engineering
  • Master of Accounting
  • Master of Economics
  • Master of Management
  • Master of Communication
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Political Science
  • Master of Public Administration
  • Master of Law
  • Master of Linguistics
  • Master of Agribusiness
  • Master of Epidemiology
  • Master of Environmental Engineering
  • Master of Environmental Science

Type: Master

Eligibility:

  1. Not Indonesian Passport Holder
  2. Valid Passport 2 years after the registration date
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. Copy of Bachelor Diploma and Academic Transcript
  5. Letter of Declaration to comply with Indonesian Rules [DOWNLOAD]
  6. Photograph 4×6 coloured
  7. For specific requirement please refer to each study Programme requirements in Appendix A of this guidance book
  8. Letter of Recommendation issued by nearest Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General in home country
  9. TOEFL ITP 525 or IELTS 6.0
  10. Register at admission.undip.ac.id or simply click the red button below this section

Eligible Countries: International

To be Taken at (Country): Indonesia

Number of Awards: Not specified

Value of Award: Undip Scholarships Awardee will receive:

  • Round Trip International Airfare (Economy Class only) and Round Trip Domestic transport from Jakarta (CGK) to Semarang Airport (SRG) for all students. All tickets are issued by Undip
  • Settlement Allowance of IDR 2.500.000,00 paid only once upon arrival in Undip
  • Living Allowance IDR 2.500.000,00 per Month, please be advised that this amount only sufficient to support one person living properly in Semarang. Hence, we do not recommend our awardees to bring their family, if awardees insist to bring their family, all expenses belong to the responsibility of the awardees. The allowance is only for those who reside in Semarang
  • Books Allowance will be paid per semester
  • Internet Allowance only for those who reside outside of Semarang
  • Health Insurance provided by Undip (if the cost of medical services exceeded coverage amount, the difference should be borne by the student)
  • Waiver of Tuition Fee
  • The Scholarship will be terminated when the student has finished their study, failed to accomplish minimum grade, or exceeded the study period

Responsibilities of the Awardees

Undip Scholarships Awardees Must:

  • Complying with the Indonesian laws and regulations, university’s regulations, and other associated regulations;
  • Actively engaging in regular supervisory sessions and other academic-related activities all through the programme to support the study completion;
  • Being punctual and focus to pass all courses offered in their programme to enhance the academic outcome. Periodic assessments will be conducted to evaluate awardess’ eligibility to continue the programme;
  • Willing to participate in the academic and non-academic events held by Universitas Diponegoro

How to Apply: APPLY NOW

  • It is important to go through all application requirements in the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.
  • GOODLUCK

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