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
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).
3rd International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems
November 17-20, 2015
Venue: Seminar Hall, Singapore Management University
SPECIAL FOR UGM LECTURERS AND STUDENTS:
REGISTER VIA OIA UGM BEFORE 15 May 2015 FOR POSSIBLE SPONSOR FROM AUN-SEED-net
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.
NCKU 2015 International Summer School is open. Scheduled for July 21st to Aug. 4th (Session 1) and Aug. 6th to Aug. 20th(Session 2). Featuring “Creative Thinking in the Historical Capital” with cross disciplinary themes in Chinese and Taiwanese Culture, humanities, creativity and entrepreneurship, our summer program this year consists of 10 academic courses including Chinese Language, cultural classes such as Chinese Painting and Chinese Cuisine, and field trips to cultural heritage and company visit to high-tech companies such as Delta Electronics in Tainan Science and Technology Park.
The Global Collaborative Summer Program was established through an institutional agreement between Kyung Hee University and University of Pennsylvania, which was later joined by other prestigious universities as well as international organizations such as the United Nations and Conference of NGOs(CoNGO).
The Institute of International Management (IIMBA http://www.imba.ncku.edu.tw/main.php ) at National Cheng Kung University (http://web.ncku.edu.tw/bin/home.php?Lang=en ) is recruiting outstanding international students to apply for our Masterâ€™s and Ph.D. programs (application deadline: March 30, 2015).