Office of International Affairs UGM are pleased to invite UGM students from any faculty/department to attend event:
Ambassadorial Lecture: Bilateral Relations between Indonesia and Korea
Date : Tuesday, 5th May 2015
Time : 14.00-15.30
Venue : Ruang Seminar Timur, FISIPOL UGM
For registration please fill forms below:
India Embassy, OIA UGM, ISI Yogykarata, and PKKH UGM proudly presents:
Festival of India in Indonesia 2015
“Chhau Garuda Vasuki: Mahanyak Garuda”
Tari Topeng dan Pertunjukan Boneka/Masked Dances and Puppet Shows
Wednesday, 06th May 2015
19.00 WIB – 20.30 WIB
Pusat Kebudayaan Koesnadi Hardjasoemantri
Universitas Gadjah Mada
(PKKH UGM) Purna Budaya
1. Filled applcaiton form
2. A copy of academic transcript and diploma/bachelor degree
3. Legalized copy of TOEFL or IELTS
4. CV or resume
5. One page letter of matiovation
6. Research proposal
7. Two letters of recommendation/reference from home university/institution and previous supervisor
Please submit your application form to:
firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “UGM SYLFF Fellowship”
or mail it to:
Office of International Affairs
Universitas Gadjah Mada
Gedung Pusat UGM, 2nd Floor, South Wing
Bulaksumur, Yogyakarta 55281
The Pare Program provides students with an opportunity to study with students from different countries, cultures and areas of specialization to tackle issues related to populations, activities, resources and environments (PARE) in Asia. Students will also have a chance to study for several weeks to a year at PARE Hokkaido University, Japan.
The global population is expanding at the bottom of the wealth pyramid. Increased poverty leads to urbanization with enhanced human activity, which in turn causes resource depletion, greater environmental impacts, increased food shortages and a deterioration in public sanitation, resulting in more poverty.
About the Program
The KNU Global Summer School brings together students and academics from all over the world for a unique intercultural learning experience and special taste of Korean culture. All courses are taught in English, and you will take courses with Korean students as well as other participants from all over the world.
â– Course for 2 credits: “An Introduction to Korea for International Students”.
â– Tution Exemption: All the fees including accommodation, meals and program fees are covered by KNU, except for the airfare
CAU's International Summer Program (ISP) is a hybrid program providing students with a window into Korea where courses are coupled with cultural experiences that foster an understanding of Koreaâ€™s Culture and Society. Our program is broken into two sessions, Session 1 and Session 2. Session 1 will provide students with 6 transferable credits while Session 2 will provide students with 5 transferable credits. Session 1 allows students to take elective courses (3 credits) that are related to certain majors while Session 2 offers a Korean Language course (3 credits). Both sessions have a mandatory Korean Culture and Society course (3 credits for Session 1, 2 credits for Session 2).
On April 18-24, 1955, a conference that involved five sponsoring countries (Burma, Ceylon, India, Indonesia and Pakistan) and 24 participating countries from Asia and Africa convened in Bandung. The Bandung Conference (Asian-African Conference) turned out to be a historic watershed in the international relations of those 29 countries. In that period, amid pressure from the growing Cold War bipolarism, the countries were able to concertedly affirm that they would choose neither the East nor the West but pursue their own path and strategy under the guidance of “Bandung Principles”. By the later stage, the Bandung Conference had inspired not only the independence of new countries in Asia and Africa and the establishment of the Non-Aligned Movement but also the fight against racialism. The Bandung Principles was one of the most important outcomes of the conference. Since their inception, the principles have been navigating countries in the Asian-African continents as well as those in other continents through the turbulence of the Cold War period. However, unlike inter-regional cooperation between Asia and Europe through ASEM or East Asia and Latin America through FEALAC, Asia-Africa inter-regionalism for many decades had been less structured until 2005 when Indonesia hosted the Asian-African Summit where more than 80 heads of state and government attended. The Summit agreed on a New Asian-African Strategic Partnership (NAASP) that aimed to promote a deeper and more structured and systematic cooperation between Asia and Africa. At the 2005 Summit, the Bandung Principles were enriched. New norms and values were embraced. Those new principles include among others democracy, promotion and protection of human rights and multilateralism.
3rd International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems
November 17-20, 2015
Venue: Seminar Hall, Singapore Management University
California State University at San Bernardino, CA, USA
Department of Business & Public Administration
Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, India
Deadline for Abstract Submission: June 30, 2015: UPLOAD ABSTRACT
Best Paper Award: I,II and III for General Category and Student Category
SPECIAL FOR UGM LECTURERS AND STUDENTS:
REGISTER VIA OIA UGM BEFORE 15 May 2015 FOR POSSIBLE SPONSOR FROM AUN-SEED-net
â€œToward Sustainable Development and Managementof Mineral Resourcesâ€
CITITEL HOTEL, PENANG,
September, 29-30th, 2015
This conference set to offer a common platform that provides a venue to discuss and share the latest information, issues, technologies and findings related to current development and achievement for sustainable development and management of Mineral Resources in ASEAN and Japan. ASEAN is a very dynamic region with rapid economic growth and industrialisation status. In years to come ASEAN economy may witness continuous development, especially in geological and mineral sectors.
The Australia – APEC Women in Research Fellowship will provide financial support for high-achieving female researchers from developing APEC economies to pursue research opportunities in partnership with Australian education and research institutions.
Up to 10 fellowships will be awarded each year for five years (2015 â€“2019). Researchers will be hosted by Australian education and research institutions for between one and four months.
Applications for the 2015 Round of the fellowship will open in February 2015. The fellowships will run in the second half of 2015. The centre will administer the fellowship, supported by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.