The Indonesian Graduate Skills Development (GSD) Programme is a unique opportunity for young Indonesian with a passion for international development, who has the potential to become future leaders of our institution. The GSD initiative is designed for highly qualified and motivated young people recently graduated* from University who possess academic background in areas relevant to UNDP Programme Focus, namely 1) Poverty Reduction and the Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals; 2) Democratic Governance, including the governance of HIV/AIDS responses; 3) Environment and Sustainable Development as well as 4) Partnership, Advocacy and Communications; or in the areas of management services such as : (1) Business Solutions covering human resources management and procurement services, (2) Administration and Security Services covering transport management, conference and workshops and general administration, (3) Budget and Finance, and (4) Information and Communication Technology.
The 10th SEATUC Symposium will take place from 22nd–24th February 2016 at Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan. This international Symposium will be an opportunity for prominent researchers, engineers and practitioners who serve as faculty members of SEATUC member universities to present the latest research in any of the following fields:
Office of International Affairs UGM are pleased to invite you to attend event:
Ubon Ratchathani University would like to invite two students who are passport-holders from Universitas Gadjah Mada to participate in UBU ASEAN Festival 2015 and lntemational Night organized by the Office of lniemational Relations, Ubon Ratchathani University (UBU), Thailand. For the students, uBU ASEAN Festival 2015 and lntemational Night will be from 22 to 26November 2015 (including traveling days). The two representatives are required to prepare some activities for a full-day cultural exhibition booth at UBU ASEAN Festival 2015, and for the lnternational Night, the students are required to complete a country presentation (five minutes) and a cultural performance (10 minutes).
RISTEKDIKTI-EURAXESS Science Slam 2015
This seminar is designed for undergraduate students to study the concept of Human Security Development (HSD) and Energy Science. The main theme of this seminar is energy development, which is an important issue in Human Security Development. The participating students are expected to deepen their knowledge on human security development and energy science with the prospect of finding solutions to technological, socio-economic and political issues all over the world. The seminar will offer lectures and class discussions as well as organize field trips and cultural events. Applicants are not limited to engineering, economics, or science – all fields are welcome.
Flinders University of South Australia give opportunity to UGM Students interested participating in the Flinders University of South Australia Exchange Program
Flinders incoming exchange application procedure and application form is available at the how to apply page.
SEAGULL is an exclusive leadership development experience hosted by the Institute for Societal Leadership under Singapore Management University. Southeast Asia needs a new generation who understands that leadership is not confined to political office or the highest echelons of the business world, but thrives in the hearts and minds of the purposeful. SEAGULL will convene the next generation of societal leaders for the most populous and promising region in the world. You will be part of an outstanding SEAGULL network.
The ASEAN Conference on Accounting Education 2015 (ACAE 2015) envisions to be the platform for academic discussions, sharing and exchanging of views on current issues and methods of solving issues in accounting education around the world focusing on global and glocal challenges faced by accounting education in this century.
It is open to local and international academia, researchers, policy makers, accounting professional bodies and ‘stakeholders’ who have an interest in the ﬁeld of accounting education. From the presentations and exchange of views with international professional groups on current issues, we can gain knowledge which, subsequently, could be useful for teaching and learning. The Conference will also help build a closer network between industry and universities, bridging the gap between theory and practice.
- Facilitate dialogue and on-site projects that connect the participants and the local community
- Train the participants to enhance their creative thinking and hands-on skills by offering a programme which integrates social, economic, environmental, technological and artistic elements
- Create models and software prototypes for the local community which enhance heritage preservation in the process of urbanisation (e.g. mobile applications, websites, business plans, open source codes, etc.)
- Produce an e-publication and multimedia online-databank which include best practises, recommendations and the deliverables from the project
The topic of the future of cities is high on the cultural agenda of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), as evidenced by the focus of recent ASEM Culture Ministers’ Meetings. AU19 addresses this ASEM priority and will also build on ASEF’s previous work on urban heritage management including ASEF Experts’ Meetings and Public Forums on: