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  1. 1. Indonesia Information for awards commencing in 2014Australia Awards in Indonesia Together the governments of Australia and Indonesia regularly review these sectors and adjust the emphasisAustralia’s international development assistance in of the program. Detailed information on priority sectorsIndonesia aims to work in partnership with the and related courses can be found at:Government of Indonesia (GOI) to achieve a prosperous, www.australiaawardsindo.or.iddemocratic and safe nation by implementing Indonesia’sNational Medium Term Development Plan. Level of studyAusAID’s Australia Awards are aligned with Australia’s Australia Awards Scholarships (formerly Australiandevelopment assistance in Indonesia, targeting human Development Scholarships)resource gaps in identified priority sectors. They aim to These are long-term scholarships providing citizens ofprovide awardees with the skills and knowledge to drive Indonesia with opportunities to obtain qualifications atchange and influence economic and social development. Australian tertiary institutions.AusAID will assess applicants for their professional and In the 2013-14 Australia Awards Scholarships applicationpersonal qualities, academic competence and, most round, approximately 525 awards will be offered forimportantly, their potential to impact on development commencement in 2014-15 within the followingchallenges in Indonesia. allocations: Up to 30 per cent of awards will be offered toAusAID offers awards on the basis of merit, transparency applicants from geographic focus areasand equal access. We strongly encourage applications Around 85 per cent of awards will be offered atfrom women, people with disability and people from Masters level and up to 15 per cent of awards will beAusAID geographic focus areas—Papua, West Papua, Nusa offered at PhD levelTenggara Barat, Nusa Tenggara Timur and Aceh. an equal number of awards will be offered to males and females.Priority sectors Australia Awards Leadership Program (formerlyThe priority areas of study for Australia Awards in Australian Leadership Awards Scholarships)Indonesia are: Up to 200 outstanding Australia Awards Scholarships sustainable growth and economic management recipients across the globe will be offered a place in the democracy justice and good governance Leadership Program in addition to their scholarship. investing in people There is no separate application process. safety and peace. The Leadership Program will bring awardees together in Australia for leadership training, development discussions and the chance to build valuable networks.Indonesia: information for awards commencing in 2014 January 2013
  2. 2. Eligibility criteria The application processApplicants must meet all eligibility requirements The online application facility (OASIS) is NOT availabledetailed in the Scholarships Policy Handbook, available for people applying from Indonesia.at:http://www.ausaid.gov.au/Publications/Pages/scholar- Hardcopy applicationshandbook.aspx Applications must be submitted in hardcopy. ThreeApplicants must also meet the following specific copies of this form and of all attached documents mustrequirements for Indonesia: be received by August 2013 at the Australia Awards be applying for courses that fall within the areas of Office. development priority (see “Priority Sectors ” above) Application forms can be: have a grade point average of at least 2.9 downloaded from www.australiaawardsindo.or.id; have a grade point average of at least 2.75 for applicants under AusAID’s Targeted Category (including or Key Agencies and geographic focus areas) collected in hard copy from the Australia Awards have a grade point average of at least 2.75 for office in Jakarta (see address below). applicants with a disability as declared on the application form Supporting documents have an English language proficiency of at least 5.0 in IELTS (or 500 in paper-based TOEFL or 61 internet Applicants must submit with their application all of the based TOEFL). The IELTS or TOEFL result must be relevant supporting documents listed in the obtained in 2012 or 2013. No other English language Scholarships Policy Handbook. test (including TOEFL prediction test) results will be accepted. Applicants must also provide the following documents if applying for a Doctorate, applicants will be restricted to meet the specific requirements for Indonesia: to staff of universities, higher education institutions, research institutes, key policy makers and targeted copies of birth certificate or equivalent candidates in other agencies associated with AusAID proof citizenship i.e. KTP or your passport personal activities. information pages current Curriculum VitaeApplication dates (for study commencing in official (certified* ) post-secondary and tertiaryAustralia in 2014) certificates/degrees official (certified* ) post-secondary and tertiaryOpening date: 4 March 2013 transcripts of results current (original) IELTS or TOEFL English languageClosing date: 2 August 2013 test results (a test result obtained in 2012 or 2013 will be considered current). The TOEFL predictionApplications or supporting documents received after test is NOT accepted.this date will not be considered.Indonesia: information for awards commencing in 2014 January 2013
  3. 3. Masters applicants must also attach certified DIII Preparatory training degree certificate/transcript if using DIV or S1 extension certificate/transcript Prior to departure for Australia, AusAID will provide all Doctorate applicants must also attach certified S1 awardees with English for Academic Purposes (EAP) degree certificate/transcript training. This will be undertaken by the Indonesia academic reference from S2 supervisor for Australia Language Foundation (IALF) in Jakarta or Doctorate candidates Denpasar, Indonesia. The aim is to prepare students for Doctorate and those Masters applicants whose study in Australia. The length of the training will be study will include at least 50 per cent research must determined by each student’s level of English language fill in the research proposal details on the proficiency and will range from six weeks to 39 weeks. application form. Further informationPlease refer to the Australia Awards Scholarshipsapplication form for the complete list of required Further information about AusAID’s Australia Awardsdocuments. can be found at:The selection process http://www.ausaid.gov.au/australia-awardsThe selection process follows the principles of equity Information about Visas and award entitlements andand merit. A joint selection team consisting of Australian conditions can be found in the Scholarships Policyand Indonesian academics (all PhD holders from Handbook, available at:Australian universities) will, in pairs, interview http://www.ausaid.gov.au/Publications/Pages/scholar-shortlisted candidates. The process aims to identify handbook.aspxcandidates most likely to succeed in academic studies inan Australian course who will then make a substantial More general information about Australia Awards,contribution in Indonesia. AusAID and studying in Australia and can be found at:Consideration of written applications and interviewresults will determine the final ranking of candidates by www.australiaawards.gov.auall JST members. www.ausaid.gov.auShortlisted candidates are required to undertake anIELTS test around the time of the interview. http://studyinaustralia.gov.au/The interview will assess the applicant’s: academic ability clarity of study goals cultural adaptability ability to explain the relevance of their proposed study area to Indonesia’s development.Indonesia: information for awards commencing in 2014 January 2013
  4. 4. Contact detailsOrganisation: Australia Awards OfficeAddress: Gedung Wira Usaha 7th floor Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. C-5, Kuningan Jakarta Selatan 12940, IndonesiaTelephone: +62 21 527 7648Fax: +62 21 527 7649Email: info@australiaawardsindo.or.idWebsite: www.australiaawardsindo.or.idIndonesia: information for awards commencing in 2014 January 2013

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