KEMENTRIAN PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL
KOORDINASI PERGURUAN TINGGI SWASTA
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Pendaftaraan : 15 Juni 2011 s/d 18 Juli 2011
Seleksi awal : 18 Juli 2011 s/d 30 Juli 2011
Pengumuman hasil seleksi awal : 15 Agustus 2011
Seleksi akhir : 20-21 September 2011
Pengumuman hasil karya lomba : 21 September 2011
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Kriteria peniliaian :
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Kontak/tempat pendaftaraan :
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Jalan Tentara Pelajar 13 Yogyakarta
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Fax. : (0274) 565131
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An ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 2 program to grant scholarship to Asian students and staff coming to Europe. The central themes of MAHEVA – Health, Environment, Biodiversity – will channel the exchanges.
The principal objectives of the project are to:
Contribute through the exchanges of students and academic staff to the reinforcement of sustainable educational, political, cultural, economical, scientific, and technological links between EU and Asia countries.
Create high quality joint diploma and research themes that will respond to pro-social and pro-environmental objectives.
Foster the co-operations between Asia and EU Universities in view of a better knowledge and understanding between people.
Promote procedures for common recognition of syllabuses and diplomas using ECTS and the Diploma Supplement in order to increase career opportunities for Asian students in Asia without encouraging “brain drain” from South to North.
Contribute to the development within the Asia Universities of the management of student and staff mobility by implementing adequate awareness, communication and management procedures.
Help the Asian Universities to implement HE reforms by exchanging and disseminating the experiences and good practices EU Universities have developed according to the Bologna recommendations.
Application and selection process for MAHEVA
As a reminder, the general eligibility criteria:
The students, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate candidates, Post-Doctorate candidates or Staff, will have to be registered in an Asian university, in one of the eligible countries. This is absolutely mandatory for the year of mobility!!
For Target Group 1, the student must be registered in a partner university.
For Target Group 2, the student must be registered in a university in the eligible country.
The candidate must not have spent more than 12 months in Europe in the last 5 years before the mobility.
Lengths of mobility:
What are the selection criteria?
The selection criteria are, by order of importance:
The application is done directly online. The candidate apply onwww.maheva.eu, fill up a form and upload the relevant documents (a complete list is given on the website according to your level of mobility). If the candidate is interested by a scholarship he can of course ask for information at the international office in his university of origin (the university he comes from, in his home country), but all information should be on the official MAHEVA website, or he/she can contact directly the MAHEVA team at firstname.lastname@example.org. However we strongly advise that the student first refers to the website. We will soon put online a detailed FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) to answer the most common questions.
It is very important that the candidate apply online, even if he is not sure of his choice of host university (the European university he will candidate for) or the exact formation he will ask for. Our team will always contact directly the candidates registered online to give them the most recent information. For example the complete study offer and language requirements will be sent directly to the candidates and put online on the website by mid-December.
The candidate indicates 3 choices for his/her host university while indicating a formation he is interested in. Each host university will communicate their complete study offer available for MAHEVA students, their own requirements in terms of academic excellence and language skills, and all of that will be communicated to the candidates for them to make a comprehension decision.
As you know eligible candidates are split in two groups. We have the Asian students coming from the partner universities (the so-called Consortium Members), and those coming from the partner countries (Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Phillipines, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, India, Mongolia) but registered in another university than the MAHEVA partner universities.
MAHEVA eligible candidates are divided by the European Commission in two groups, depending on their university of origin.
Students will apply online at www.maheva.eu. Once the deadline is over, their university of origin will check that they are fully eligible (considering their academic level, their language skills and concerning the 12 months rule; this rule declares ineligible students who have spent 12 months in Europe in the 5 years before the mobility). Once this is done the host university will consider their application according to their own criteria of academic excellence and language requirements, and of course compared to their study offer in the MAHEVA study fields (Environment, Biodiversity, Health) that are priority. They rank the candidates and give the Coordinator a long list of potential scholars. Consequently to that the MAHEVA selection committee, made of all the Consortium universities, will gather and give a definitive result.
For Target Group 2 candidates, the process is the same except that we will ask their university to validate their candidature if they are associated partners, if not their candidature will go directly to the host university. Candidates from associated partners will have priority over other candidates for the Target Group 2.
The University of Adelaide has Endevaour Student Exchange Awards, each worth A$ 5.000 for UGM students to spend a semester as an exchange student at the University of Adelaide transferable to UGM degree.
- Undergraduate students in all UGM Faculties, and currently studying at their 3rd – 6th semester
- Have a GPA at least 3.00
- Have an IELTS score of at least 6.0, with a minimum Writing and Speaking 5.5 or
- TOEFL paper based test score of at least 550, with a minimum of 4.0 in Test of Written English or
- TOEFL CBT score of at least 213, with a minimum of 4.0 in Essay
- Be nominated by Kantor Urusan International at UGM
The University of Adelaide is a leading university. It is ranked 73rd in the world and 4th in Australia in the Times Higher Education World. There are five faculties, offering undergraduate programs in the following areas:
- Engineering, Computer, and Mathematical Sciences: Computer science, Engineering, mathematics
- Health Sciences: Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Psychology
- Humanities and Social Sciences: history, politics, humanities
- Profession: Architecture, business, economics, education, law
- Sciences: agriculture, chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, molecular science, physics, veterinary science
- The areas in which you can study are shown here
The scholarship will meet nearly all your costs for one semester, but you will need to find about Rp. 9 – 10 million. International students can work up to 20 hours per week. The minimum hourly pay rate in Australia is $15 per hour for workers 21 years or older.
- Surat Pencalonan Fakultas
- Letter of enrollment from Faculty
- Academic Transcript in English (GPA minimum 3.00)
- TOEFL / IELTS certificate
- Application Form (download)
Submit two copies of your documents to Office of Internatioanl Affairs UGM no later than 31 March 2011.