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Ford Foundation, sebuah lembaga nirlaba yang mengabdi untuk perdamaian dunia dan kesejahteraan umat manusia, telah meluncurkan International Fellowships Program (IFP). Secara garis besar, tujuan-tujuan Ford Foundation adalah memperkuat nilai-nilai demokratis, mengurangi kemiskinan dan ketidakadilan, mendukung kerjasama internasional, serta meningkatkan karya manusia.

The Scholarship Program and the Fellowships Program are vehicles for knowledge sharing and capacity building in the developing world. The Programs provide opportunities for graduate studies leading to master’s degree in development-related fields for mid-career professionals from the World Bank member countries, eligible to borrow.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) – Japan Scholarship Program (JSP) was established in April 1988 with financing from the Government of Japan.
It aims to provide an opportunity for well-qualified citizens of ADB’s developing member countries to pursue postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions in the Asian and Pacific Region.
Upon completion of their study programs, scholars are expected to contribute to the economic and social development of their home countries.
The ADB-JSP enrolls about 300 students annually in 20 academic institutions located in 10 countries within the Region. The ADB-JSP provides full scholarships for one to two years.

The AUN/SEED-Net Project with support from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) provides scholarships to highly qualified young teaching staff and graduating students/young graduates (i.e., potential future faculty staff) of Member Institutions to acquire master’s degrees in the following nine engineering fields at respective Host Institutions in other countries:

  • Chemical Engineering (at De La Salle University)
  • Civil Engineering (at Chulalongkorn University)
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (at Chulalongkorn University)
  • Environmental Engineering (at University of Philippines-Diliman)
  • Geological Engineering (at Gadjah Mada University)
  • Information and Communication Technology (at King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang)
  • Manufacturing Engineering (at University of Malaya)
  • Materials Engineering (at Universiti Sains Malaysia)
  • Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering (at Institute of Technology Bandung)

Australian Development Scholarships (ADS) are funded by the Government of Australia for postgraduate study at Australian universities. The main goal of ADS is to promote Indonesia’s human resource capacity to contribute to:

  • Sustainable Growth and Economic Management;
  • Democracy, Justice and Good Governance;
  • Investing in People; and
  • Safety and Peace

Scholarships have played a significant role in Australia’s development cooperation program in Indonesia, with around 11,000 scholarships provided over more than 50 years. ADS continues to be a major component of the program with up to 300 scholarships offered in 2009.
The off-shore component of the ADS Program is managed by IDP through an IDP established ADS Project Office in Jakarta to ensure efficient end effective administration of the ADS scheme in Indonesia.

Australian Scholarships aim to promote sustainable development and excellence in education. Scholarships help build mutual understanding between Australia and its Asia-Pacific partners.

Australian Scholarships offer educational and professional development awards to citizens of the Asia-Pacific region. These opportunities support growth in our region and build enduring links at the individual, institutional and country levels.

Awards are available to high achievers from participating countries, as well as for Australians wishing to study overseas.

Chevening is the UK government’s flagship scholarship scheme, aimed at future leaders, high achievers, opinion formers and decision-makers. The programme funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and administered by the British Council, supports over 2,300 international students annually to study in the UK.
Many talented graduates and young professional Indonesians have been propelled along the path to success through the British Chevening Awards, which has seen over 1,000 scholarships awarded to Indonesians since the scheme began in 1984.

The French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs launched the Eiffel excellence scholarship programme in January 1999 to support French centres of higher education in their international outreach initiatives, in a context of mounting competition among developed countries to attract elite students from overseas. In 2005, the scheme was extended with the Eiffel Doctorate programme, addressing high-calibre PhD students.
For greater clarity, the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs is now introducing a single application procedure for its Eiffel Scholarship and Eiffel Doctorate Scholarship programmes.

The new Eiffel programme thus covers two types of course:

  • Master’s postgraduate degree course
  • Ten-month co-tutored or co-managed component (preferably second or third year) of PhD course

The objectives of the Eiffel excellence programme run by the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs remain unchanged, the first being to offer French higher-education opportunities for future public- and private-sector decision-makers in three priority areas: science; economics & management; and law & political science.

The American Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF), established in 1992, is a bi-national non-profit foundation that administers the Fulbright Program in Indonesia. The Fulbright Program through AMINEF annually awards more than 120 scholarships to Americans and Indonesians to study, teach, or conduct original research in a variety of disciplines. Grants are competitive, comprehensive, and generally cover tuition and fees, textbook allowance, monthly maintenance, international airfare, and health insurance.

With nearly 300 universities and more than 12,000 university affiliated colleges, having a total enrolment of about 9 million students, India has one of the largest higher educational networks in the world.
Though the university institutions in India primarily cater to the higher educational needs of Indian students and the demand for seats, specially for professional courses like medicine, engineering and management, always remains unmet, more than 40,000 foreign nationals from about 100 countries are studying in India at any given time. The high quality of education provided at comparatively moderate fees, and low cost of living attract large number of foreign students to the country. (See box for list of Universities in India).
In addition, nearly 2,000 foreign students study in India under various Government of India scholarship schemes administered by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi.

To date, some 65,000 students from approximately 160 countries and regions around the world have studied in Japan under the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship program established in 1954. As of May 1, 2005, there were 9,891 foreign students studying in Japan as Japanese government scholarship students.

The Dutch government is attempting to make Dutch higher education as accessible as possible to students and mid career professionals from other countries. In Holland, higher education is subsidized, which means that tuition fees can be kept relatively low, especially compared with the United Kingdom and the United States.

Exchange programmes
The easiest and cheapest way to study in the Netherlands is through an exchange programme. Many Dutch higher education institutions have exchange agreements with partner institutions in countries throughout the world. Exchange programmes and agreements are often limited to specific fields or disciplines. Ask at your own university or college about the possibilities.

There are several possibilities for obtaining funding. These are described here in brief. More information can be found at, an online search engine which brings together a range of Dutch scholarships for international students who wish to come to the Netherlands.

Norad’s Programme for Master Studies (NOMA)
(former Norad Fellowship Programme and The Norwegian Capacity-Building Programme)
Norad’s Programme for Master Studies provides scholarships for students from developing countries to study Masters and Diploma programmes at institutions in the South.

The aim of all educational activities within the NOMA is to educate staff in public and private sector as well as NGOs in the South. Masters programmes will to a greater extent than earlier be established and developed in the South in close collaboration with Norwegian institutions.

Development scholarships
The New Zealand Development Scholarships (NZDS) scheme offers the opportunity to people from selected developing countries to undertake development-related studies in New Zealand.
This may include study related to education, health, rural livelihoods, governance, human rights, or economic development, depending on the human resource development training needs of the home government.
New Zealand -Development Scholarships are offered for full-time, tertiary level study at participating New Zealand education institutions.

The NZDS scheme has two categories:

  • New Zealand Development Scholarships – Public category (NZDS-Public)y

The NZDS-Public scholarships scheme is a bilateral scheme available to individuals from selected partner countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. The selection criteria is determined by the partner government and NZAID.
Shortlisted applications, mostly from public sector employees, are endorsed for a scholarship by the partner government. Employees from civil society or private sector organisations may apply for the NZDS-Public in some countries depending on country-specific selection criteria. The levels and fields of study available for study in New Zealand are determined according to the partner country’s human resource development training needs.

  • New Zealand Development Scholarships – Open category (NZDS-Open)

The NZDS-Open scholarships scheme is a non-bilateral scheme available to candidates of some developing countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Pacific. Under the NZDS-Open scheme, candidates independently apply for a scholarship.
NZDS-Open scholarships are generally directed at employees of private sector or civil society sector organisations, including non-governmental organisations. In some countries, public sector employees can also apply for a NZDS-Open scholarship depending on the country or region-specific selection criteria. This criteria also determines the levels and the fields of study under which candidates can apply to study in New Zealand.

The DAAD offers a large number of scholarships to Indonesians. Most of its scholarship programs are addressed to university teachers (from public or private universities), to researchers from public institutions and to professionals working in the public or in the private sector. For freshly graduated BA-holders without working experience, the DAAD – in cooperation with Siemens – offers the DAAD-Siemens 21st Century Scholarship Program. For undergraduates from the field of German studies, the DAAD offers summer courses at German universities and study scholarships for one semester. For undergraduates from a wide range of other subjects, the DAAD – in cooperation with the German industry in Indonesia – offers the GIS (German Industry Scholarship) program.



  1. anyway, thnks for the information…..
    i guess im interesting with new zealend scholarshippp..
    i hope i can get there soon


  2. Hey everyone. I’m hoping to meet new friends here so drop me a note when you
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  3. Dangke pa Siahaya atas info beasiswanya. Saya lagi search lowongan beasiswa ni, pingin studi lg… 🙂

  4. mantap skalieeee smoga blok ini bisa memberikan lbh bnyak perhatian bagi pem propinsi maluku,,,,,,maju trussssssGBU.

  5. anybody tell me what should i do to get scholarship in british or brunai darussalam

  6. 7hsuSI Thanks for good post

  7. halow.. let me join? blog is benefits,,, any body help me? to get scholarship in germany

  8. blog yang penuh manfaat….

    :mrgreen: Terima kasih…

  9. Your blog is interesting!

    Keep up the good work!

    :mrgreen: Thank’s for coming here…paka

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