New Zealand ASEAN Scholarships

New Zealand ASEAN Scholarships 


• Applications open: 1 February 2017
• Applications close: 15 March 2017, 12pm NZ Time


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Website: s.id/NZScholarships2017
Eligibility Test: s.id/NZEligibilityTest2017
Condition of Scholarship: s.id/NZScholarCondition2017
New Zealand Scholarships are prestigious scholarships for people from developing countries to study in New Zealand and the Pacific. The scholarships foster and build potential leaders, as well as equipping individuals with skills and knowledge to benefit their home country.


Eligibility


1. At least 18 years old
2. Individuals of foreign nationality
3. Meet the academic entry requirement and English language ability requirement (Refer to the website of your preferred institution to confirm entry requirements.)
For further information about the eligibility, please visit s.id/NZEligibilityCriteria2017

New Zealand ASEAN Scholarship are available for study at the following New Zealand institutions:

 

Eligible Education Academy
 

Auckland University of Technology (AUT) www.aut.ac.nz
Lincoln University www.lincoln.ac.nz
Messy University www.massey.ac.nz
Victoria University of Wellington www.victoria.ac.nz
Unitec Institute of Technology www.unitec.ac.nz
University of Auckland www.auckland.ac.nz
University of Canterbury www.canternburry.ac.nz
University of Waikato www.waikato.ac.nz
University of Otago www.otago.a.nz

       

www.aut.ac.nz
www.lincoln.ac.nz
www.massey.ac.nz
www.victoria.ac.nz
www.unitec.ac.nz
www.auckland.ac.nz
www.canternburry.ac.nz
www.waikato.ac.nz
www.otago.a.nz

   
                 

 

Financial Benefits


1. full tuition fees
2. a fortnightly living allowance - this is a contribution to basic living expenses
3. an establishment allowance - this is a once only payment as a contribution towards accommodation expenses, text books, study materials
4. medical and travel insurance
5. Travel to and from your home country - this is for travel from your home country at the start of the scholarship, and for you to return to your home country at the end of your scholarship. Note that we offer our scholarships for the shortest amount of time needed for you to complete the academic programme.
6. home leave or reunion travel for some scholars
7. assistance with research and thesis costs for many postgraduate research students

 

Application Procedure


1. Step one: Confirm your eligibility
Complete the Online Eligibility Test. This will give you a number that you will need when you register (step three).
2. Step two: Create a Real Me login
This will give you a login and password that you will use through the application process.
3. Step three: Register with New Zealand Scholarships online
This creates your application account, and means you will be set up to complete an application.
4. Step four: Complete your application
This step will only become available when applications formally opens. Check application dates.
If you are interested in applying for a scholarship we encourage you to complete steps 1, 2 and 3 before applications open in February 2017.
5. Start your online application process now
For further information about this scholarship you can visit s.id/FAQNZScholar2017

Community Empowerment Program at Airlangga (CERIA)

CERIA:

Community Empowerment Program at Airlangga

Update: Application is now open!

Apply: http://j.mp/applyunairceria

Introduction and Description

Program Description and Application Package

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About the Program

Community Empowerment Program at Airlangga or CERIA is a community service program for undergraduate students designed to empower the society. Its uniqueness lies on the feature to empower rather than physically build their surroundings. We believe that empowering a community by inserting new knowledge into disadvantaged society will bring more benefits and sustainability, and encourage both students and society to be more creative.

Universitas Airlangga has implemented community empowerment since 1989, with some developments during its implementations so far. The main goal of the program is to empower the society with students as the facilitator (co-creator) and integration between academicians, business and government in building the society (co-financing). In addition, CERIA will focus on the involvement of foreign students to work hand in hand with the local students to improving lives in our global society.

For the students, this program aims to expose them to the real problem in society, help disadvantaged society in minimizing poverty by exploring the local potentials in some regions in East Jawa province, such as Surabaya, Bojonegoro, Nganjuk and Probolinggo. Furthermore, students will be able to apply their knowledge into practices as part of integrated learning and work in a team to provide solution for the society.

Two main principles to conduct CERIA are Fun and Sustainable. We invite the students to help advance our campaign for society empowerment. We hope the participants will join to put ideas into action and action into service.

Welcome to Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya!

Indonesia is an archipelagic country stretched across the equator, with biodiversity in natural resources, both its flora and fauna. Among the countries which have the largest number of population, Indonesia has a dynamic economy, diverse cultures, and robust society.

Surabaya is well known as the city of hero, and strategically located right in the center of Indonesia. As a metropolitan city in the eastern part of Indonesia, Surabaya is the commercial and administrative capital city of East Java Province; a thriving business and industrial center and the province’s main port. Travelling from Surabaya, which has an international airport, is very convenient, besides, there are many breath-takingly beautiful tourist destinations that can be reached easily from Surabaya such as Mt. Bromo, Yogyakarta, Lombok and Bali.

Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR), located in Surabaya and established on 10 November 1954, currently has 14 faculties and one school of postgraduate, ranging from basic sciences, medicine, and social sciences. Its vision is to become an independent and innovative university regionally and globally, a forerunner of science development, technology, humanities and arts based on excellent morality and religions.

Program Fee

USD 300 (Participants need to cover their airfares and living expenses during the program)

Payment Information

Upon notification of Acceptance, participants are to pay the program fee via bank transfer to:

Payment Information

Account Name

Rektor UNAIR

Account Number

141-00-00-10-111-3

Bank

Bank Mandiri

Branch

KK Surabaya, Indonesia

Swift Code

BMRIIDJA

What will you get

  • Accommodations during the program
  • Meals during the program
  • Airport transfer and transportation during the program
  • A certificate of participation and an academic transcript
  • Mentoring during the program implementation
  • Program allowance of IDR 1,000,000

Offered Programs

Four weeks of Community Empowerment Program. The priority areas are:

  • Health
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Economic Empowerment

Credits (transferable) : 6 Credits

  • Activities:
    • Pre-Departure Orientation: Online (15 hours)
    • Pre-Deployment Orientation: Face-to-face (9 hours)
    • Deployment Activities: Social work (168 hours/3-4 weeks)

Application and Program Timeline

Requirements

  • Undergraduate students who have finished 2nd year of study
  • Minimum 20 participants
  • Able to show international coverage of health and travel insurance (program fee does not cover insurance)
  • Recommended by home institution (able to provide signed recommendation letter)
  • Letter of consent from parent or guardian (if needed)
  • CGPA: minimum 3.00 out of 4.00 or equal
  • English proficiency score*:
    • IBT : > 70
    • Paper based TOEFL : > 500
    • IELTS : > 5.0

*) Students who are from the institution whose medium of instruction is in English
are not required to submit the above English requirements

Important Dates

 Important Dates

Semester I

Semester II

Application

1 November

1 May

Announcement

November

May

Mentoring (online)

December

June

Official Arrival

January

July

Program orientation

January

July

Deployment ceremony

January

July

Deployment

Mid January

to mid February

Mid July

to mid August

Cultural Trip

February

August

Evaluation

February

August

Official Departure

February

August

Application Process

  1. Fill the online registration form : http://j.mp/applyunairceria
  2. Send the following required documents:
    • A recommendation letter from home university
    • A letter of consent from your parent or guardian (if needed)
    • International insurance coverage details
    • A copy of passport (ID Page)
    • Copy of TOEFL/IELTS/any other English proficiency certificate
  3. The required documents are to be emailed to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with email subject “Your Name_CERIA2016”
  4. Wait for acceptance notification by email
  5. Transfer the payment

 

AMERTA

AMERTA (Academic Mobility Exchange for Undergraduate at Airlangga)

Update: Application is now OPEN!

Application for SPRING SEMESTER (DEADLINE: EARLY BIRD -> 15 NOV 2017 ; REGULAR -> 30 DEC 2017)

Introduction and Description

Program Description and Application Package

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Introduction and Description

AMERTA calls outstanding students to experience an Indonesian diverse culture and a local East Java atmosphere to study for one or two semesters. This program is available for international students who are interested in a number of uniquely Indonesian perspective subjects in social and cultural aspects, economics, natural sciences, and health/life sciences.

Inaugurated in 2014, it was successfully conducted for its first batch. All courses are fully delivered in English, and students are complimentary provided in Indonesian language learning and cultural trips during the programs. Field studies are compulsory in some courses to integrate theoretical perspective into practice.

AMERTA focusses on the current issues of Indonesia as developing country in the dynamic nature of globalization through the perspective of natural, health and social sciences. For natural and health sciences, they provide the wide array of knowledge about Indonesian biodiversity in flora and fauna, the dynamic of tropical medicine, and community empowerment in health especially for Indonesia as a developing country. While social sciences, they offer the dynamics of Indonesian urban culture, creative economy, and society as the impact of globalization.

 

Brief introduction of Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, Indonesia

Indonesia is an archipelago country stretches across the equator, with biodiversity in natural resources, flora and fauna. Among the countries which have the largest number of population, Indonesia has a dynamic economy, cultures, and society.

Universitas Airlangga, as one of the highly reputable public universities in Indonesia, is located in Surabaya, the biggest city in the eastern part of Indonesia. Surabaya is the commercial and administrative capital city of East Java Province; a thriving business and industrial center and the province’s main port. Surabaya is well known as the city of hero, and strategically is located right in the center of Indonesia. Travelling from Surabaya, which has an international airport, is very convenient since there are many cities and breath-taking beautiful tourist destinations that can be reached easily from Surabaya such as Mt. Bromo, Yogyakarta, Lombok and Bali.

 

Program Benefits

  • Cross culture experience through direct exposure of Indonesian culture and society
  • Better acquisition of knowledge through field studies which integrate  theory into practice
  • Additional comprehension of knowledge about Indonesian economics,  socio-politics and urban culture in Indonesia as the impact of globalization
  • Acquisition of knowledge about Indonesian biodiversity in tropical medicine and natural resources

Terms and Conditions

  • Candidates have to get approval regarding their course choice from their home university for credit transfer prior arrival to Universitas Airlangga
  • Candidates should enroll in 3 courses minimum for one semester of AMERTA
  • Class will be conducted if the minimum participant is three person
  • Candidates may enroll courses in any faculty (regardless their original majors & meet the course requirements)

Application and Program Timeline

Program Timeline

 

First Semester

Early Birds* : 1 May
Regular** : 30 June

Second Semester

Early Bird*: 15 Nov
Regular** : 30 Dec

 

* Early bird students will get Limited Stay Visa (requires no extension).
** Regular students will get Single Entry Visa (requires monthly extension).

 

How to Apply?

Partner Universities & Non-Patner Universities

Interested students are welcome to apply directly to us with the procedure as mentioned on the application package (application package can be obtained here)

AUN-ACTS Scheme

  1. Interested students must apply through AUN-ACTS portal
  2. Send email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and attach your AUN-ACTS application page
  3. Make sure / contact your International Office / Office of International Affairs / AUN-ACTS Committee at your home university to "nominate" your application

List of Courses

AMERTA PROGRAM

Example of Courses

(Please find the most recent course in the information package)  

 

No.

Code

Courses

Credit

Faculty of Law

1.

HKD102

Adat Law

4

2.

HKI412

Cyber Law

4

3.

HKN102

Human Rights

4

4.

HKI202

International Trade Law

4

5.

HKD103

Introduction to Indonesian Law

4

6.

HKT304

Intellectual Property Law

4

7.

HKI409

Nuclear Law

4

Faculty of Economics and Business

8.

AKK301

Advanced Accounting I

6

9.

AKK201

Intermediate Accounting

6

10.

AKM301

Management Accounting

6

11.

AKP401

Taxation Accounting

6

12.

AKK203

Public Sector Accounting

6

13.

MKN306

Financial Analysis and Budgeting

6

14.

HKT105

Business Law

6

15.

MNK101

Financial Management I

6

16.

MNU307

Strategic Management

6

17.

AKA301

Introduction to Auditing Practice

6

18.

AKA302

Auditing I

6

19.

EKP203

Indonesian Economy

6

20.

PJK201

Taxation I

6

21.

MAS212

Operation Research

6

22.

SII306

Accounting Information System

6

23.

MNO202

Operation and Supply Chain Management

6

24.

MNP201

Marketing Management

6

25.

MNM201

Human Resource Management

6

26.

SII203

Management Information System

6

27.

MNM305

Leadership

6

28.

PSI401

Organizational Behaviour

6

29.

EKP206

The Economic of Zakat and Waqf

6

30.

AKK211

Government Accounting

6

31.

SIK202

Accounting Computer Application

6

32.

MNG304

Performance Measurement

6

Faculty of Pharmacy

33.

FAB401

Indonesian Traditional Medicine (JAMU)

4

Faculty of Social Science and Political Science

34.

SOK450

Consumer Culture

4

35.

SOS352

Conflict Resolution

6

36.

SOA123

Physical Anthropology

6

37.

SOH217

Indonesian Strategic Studies II: Indonesia’s Foreign Policy

6

Faculty of Science and Technology

38.

KIB311

Enzymology

4

39.

KIO411

Phytochemistry of Tropical Nature Product

4

Faculty of Public Health

40.

KME303

Epidemiology of Non-Communicable Disease

4

41.

PSK205

Community Empowerment in Health

4

42.

KMA205

Basic Health Service Administration and Community Health Center

4

43.

EDM305

Health Promotion and Health Education

4

44.

PSC202

Healthy Behavior

4

45.

EDM401

Nutrition Education

6

Faculty of Psychology

46.

PSS104

Social Cognition

4

47.

PSU106

Individual Behavior and Mental Process

4

48.

PSC202

Healthy Behavior

4

49.

PSS105

Social Interaction

6

50.

PSC305

Mental Health

6

Faculty of Humanities

51.

BUK306

Youth Culture

4

Faculty of Nursing

52.

KPJ304

Mental Health Nursing 2

6

53.

KPC306

Geriatric Nursing

8

54.

KPC302

Primary and Community Health Nursing 2

8

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine

55.

PLL302

Marine Resources Exploration

4

56.

PLT205

Traditional Fisheries Processing Technology

6

57.

PLT302

Fish Hatchery

6

58.

BIL301

Marine Biology

6

 

Course Description

Course Title

Adat Law

Course Code

HKD102

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discusses fundamental issues of adat laws which are: Adat Law and Legal Pluralism, The Concept of Adat Law, the System of Adat Law, Adat Law Communities / Adat Legal Entities, Regulations of Indonesian Positive Laws Regarding Adat Law, Land Law, Land Transaction, Transaction Related to Land, Persons According to Adat Law, Family Law, Marriage Law, Law of Marital Property, and Inheritance Law.

 

Course Title

Cyber Law

Course Code

HKI412

Credits

4

Course Description

This subject shares basic knowledge of Cyber law in general, introduction of cyber activities, and cyber regulation both international and national. Cyber activities are divided into public and private activities which concern e-government, electronic commerce, and IPR. Student is expected to identify legal problem in regard with cyber activity, such as cybercrime. They are also capable to identify significant regulation to be implemented in cyber activities. It is therefore necessary for students to learn how to critically analyze several significant regulations in regard with cyber activities, in order to evaluate the compatibility and comprehensive cyber regulation. In addition, students are able to discern the complexity of cyber regulation to resolve dispute concerning cyber activities.

 

Course Title

Human Rights

Course Code

HKN102

Credits

4

Course Description

This course covers Indonesian Human Rights Law and International Human Rights Law that has been manifested in the National Law regulations. Based on the International Human Rights Law, the course will discuss the concept of Human Rights whereas within the framework of National Law, the course will discuss the concept of Fundamental Rights.

 

Course Title

International Trade Law

Course Code

HKI202

Credits

4

Course Description

The course is divided into

1.   Understanding WTO as an intra-government organization

2.   The three pillars: the principles of tariff reduction, non- discrimination and    transparency

3.   Playing fair: Non- Tariff barrier to trade

4.   Public interest exceptions to WTO Rules

5.   The liberalization of trade in services

6.   Health and safety: food and product standard as barriers to trade

7.   Protection of intellectual property rights

8.   In the Courtroom: Dispute Settlement system WTO and Developing Country

 

Course Title

Introduction to Indonesian Law

Course Code

HKD103

Credits

4

Course Description

In this course, students will be taught about Understanding Laws in Indonesia, the Existence of Indonesian Laws, the History of Indonesian Legal Order, Civil Law System as Indonesian Legal System, the Source of Indonesian Laws, and the Judicial System in Indonesia.

 

Course Title

Intellectual Property Law

Course Code

HKT304

Credits

4

Course Description

This course introduces students to Intellectual Property (IP) Law in general and its two common categories: Industrial Property (mostly patents) and Copyright. Thus, the programme covers all the major IP rights in Indonesia and the regulation, including copyright, designs, trademarks, and patents as well as confidentiality or trade secret,  plant variety  rights, layout design of integrated circuit and other IP protection.The course provides an overview of the main principles and legal rules of IP Law, focusing specifically on the theoretical and practical connections between IP and academic/scientific works/studies and on the IP issues with which the students are likely to come into contact in their different areas of knowledge.

The course explain also the ownership of intellectual property rights and Rights resulting from intellectual property rights, infringement of intellectual property rights and free use of intellectual property rights.The programme also addresses  national policy-making including the global policy and the framework of international treaties that govern intellectual property law, as well as consideration of IP rights in their social, cultural and commercial contexts. The course also covers the current issue of protection local or traditional property, including traditional knowledge, genetic resources and cultural expression.

 

Course Title

Nuclear law

Course Code

HKI409

Credits

4

Course Description

International society today unequivocally admits that the world needs nuclear technology to build a better future. Nuclear is no longer used for non-peaceful purpose but it is more needed for peaceful purpose, such as energy, medical, industry, mining or research development.  However since the characteristic of Nuclear is sensitive, it needs a rigid regulation to be implied in order to protect either the society or the technology itself. International Atomic Energy Agency has been creating guidelines for its Member in order to regulate the application of nuclear technology, such as safety, security, liability and safeguard on nuclear usage for industry. To this end, this course aims to introduce student some international nuclear regulations and to give a comprehensive explanation regarding the implementation of nuclear regulation to Indonesia legal system. The outcome to be expected from this course is that student will understand the importance of nuclear technology.  The students are expected to understand international regulation in regard with application of nuclear technology and how Indonesia implies it as an example.

 

Faculty of Economics and Business

 

Course Title

Advanced Accounting I

Course Code

AKK301

Credits

6

Course Description

This course provides students with the opportunity to enlarge their theoretical understanding of topical issues in financial accounting. Coverage will be given to specific topics that currently underpin the accounting problems such us business combination (merger and acquisition) and consolidation of financial statement. Some consideration will also be given to investment and statement of cash flow. By the end of this course, students should be able to arrange consolidation financial statement.

 

Course Title

Intermediate Accounting

Course Code

AKK201

Credits

6

Course Description

This course aims to encourage students to have comprehensive understanding of basic framework for arrangement of financial statements and accounting treatment. It offers in-depth coverage of topics including Basic framework for presentation and arrangement of financial statement, Recognition, measurement, presentation, and disclosure of financial statement elements, Policy and principles of accounting, Accounting cycle, and Financial statement analysis in particular Statement of Cash Flow. By the end of this course, students will be able to arrange, analyze, and interpret financial statement for entity by applying accounting principle independently for transaction based on general accounting standard.

 

Course Title

Management Accounting

Course Code

AKM301

Credits

6

Course Description

This course teaches students a wide range of knowledge for management accounting covered  planning, budgeting, and controlling activities and management accounting information for decision making. Some consideration will also be given to segmented reporting, environment cost, and international issues. This course develops graduate capabilities centred in high knowledge of using management accounting information applied to the business environment.

 

Course Title

Taxation Accounting

Course Code

AKP401

Credits

6

Course Description

This course introduces students to the concept of taxation as a part of financial accounting. The emphasis of this course is classification, recognition, measurement, and valuation of financial information from tax point of view. After studying this course, students should be able to differentiate commercial accounting and tax accounting, arrange financial statement from fiscal point of view.

 

Course Title

Public Sector Accounting

Course Code

AKK203

Credits

6

Course Description

This course focuses on the role of accounting in public sector organization. It offers broad and in-depth knowledge of  policy and principles of public sector accounting, accounting cycle, budgeting, and basic framework of financial reporting. This course also provides students with investigation practice and other practice faced by this organization. By the end of this course, graduate capabilities will develop centred in high knowledge and critical thinking in the concept of budgeting and financial reporting in the public sector organization.

 

Course Title

Financial Analysis and Budgeting

Course Code

MKN306

Credits

6

Course Description

The course aims to take the analysis of financial statement accounts beyond simple ratio analysis as a core topic. Coverage will also be given to planning and budgeting, measuring and controlling the performance. By the end of the course, students should be able to evaluate management’s performance and condition according to financial statement analysis and understand the process of planning and budgeting as an evaluation tool.

 

Course Title

Business Law

Course Code

HKT105

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses Indonesian law and regulation that related to commercial business, such as establishing business and dissolving business.

 

Course Title

Financial Management I

Course Code

MNK101

Credits

6

Course Description

This course aims to provide a sound knowledge of the basic concepts, method, and technique of financial management particularly related to investment decision making and financing in the short term. Topics covered may include working capital requirement and financial decision. By the end of this course, students will be able to analyze and solve to financial problems and apply appropriate method related to investment and short term financing.

 

Course Title

Strategic Management

Course Code

MNU307

Credits

6

Course Description

This course deals primarily with the strategic management and business environment. The key topics covered are strategy formulation to achieve organization’s vision and mission, blue ocean strategy, strategy focused organization, and best practice of effective strategy.  By the end of the study, students should be able to understand about business environment affected formulation of strategy, strategy map, and balance scorecard.

 

Course Title

Introduction to Auditing Practice

Course Code

AKA301

Credits

6

Course Description

This course focuses on mono audit practice, evaluating internal control, preparing audit program, conducting substantive test, mapping working paper, organizing working paper, preparing management letter, and drafting audit report.

 

Course Title

Auditing I

Course Code

AKA302

Credits

6

Course Description

This course introduces students to the theory and practice of auditing. It introduces conceptual framework of audit and relates it to the real example. The following topics are examined about financial statement audit, auditor’s responsibility and ethic, and auditing process. Students will gain brief knowledge of auditing process covering audit planning, audit risk, internal control, the nature of evidence and its application to assertion and audit judgement. By the end of this course, students will be able to understand about theory of auditing and its practice.

 

Course Title

Indonesian Economy

Course Code

EKP203

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses the economic development of Indonesia since Indonesia's independence until its current condition. Therefore, the topics to be discussed include the development of the economic system in Indonesia, changes in economic structures, policies ever initiated and development, including industrialization policy, economic development strategies, as well as a variety of problems and obstacles in economic development in Indonesia.

 

Course Title

Taxation I

Course Code

PJK201

Credits

6

Course Description

This course offers on the second year accounting courses explaining about the concept of taxation. Students will be assisted to understand about basic principles of taxation, the latest tax regulation, and business law. A major topic of this course are introduction of taxation and Indonesian Tax Laws  including Income Tax, Value Added Tax, and Tax for Luxurious Good. By the end of this course, students will be able to explain the general problems in taxation, right and obligation of tax payer, the rule of tax officer, and tax calculation.

 

Course Title

Operation Research

Course Code

MAS212

Credits

6

Course Description

Rapid changes on science and technology demand an ability to consider all possibilities in decision making. That's why quantitative methods and analysis in operational research are needed.

 

Course Title

Accounting Information System

Course Code

SII306

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses about business process such as revenue cycle, expenditure cycle, production cycle, and finance cycle.

 

Course Title

Operation and Supply Chain Management

Course Code

MNO202

Credits

6

Course Description

This course studies basic concept of operation management and supply chain in service and manufactur organization. This course discuss about the role of operation strategy, process design, quality management, capacity planning, and layout facility

 

Course Title

Human Resource Management

Course Code

MNM201

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses about three strategies and human resource management function, improving productivity, improving worklife quality, improving profit.

 

Course Title

Management Information Systems

Course Code

SII203

Credits

6

Course Description

This course aims to understand an Information System Management in an organizational with Digital Data Management Standard.

 

Course Title

Leadership

Course Code

MNM305

Credits

6

Course Description

This course provides understanding to student about leadership theory, leadership analysis on individual level, group level, and organizational level.

 

Course Title

Organizational Behaviour

Course Code

PSI401

Credits

6

Course Description

This course gives knowledge to student about the impact of individual and group behavior, system and activities in organization that will be applied the knowledge to manage human resource in organization.

 

Course Title

The Economic of Zakat and Waqf

Course Code

EKP206

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses Zakat (Islamic obligatory payment by the rich) and Waqf (endowment fund). This instrument are important for a better GINI Ratio, and it is important for economic development. Moreover, this instrument also takes care of both social issues (such as helping the poor and needy by the zakat instrument) and business issues (by productive Waqf instrument).

 

Course Title

Government Accounting

Course Code

AKK211

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses the similarity and difference between public and private accounting, the similarity and difference of public sector and private sector organization. Furthermore, the course deliver the implementation of accounting in the government and non-profit organization, budgeting in the federal government and non-profit organization, also auditing of public finance especially regarding the recent issues in the area.

 

Course Title

Accounting Computer Application

Course Code

SIK202

Credits

6

Course Description

This course introduces the application of a well-known accounting software to the students. Students will be given the technical skills to operate the software including the general initial-setup, the daily operational of the software, and special initial-setup related to a specific industry. The software automates all of the accounting cycles, starting from the journal-entries and ended in the production of financial report.

 

Course Title

Performance Measurement

Course Code

MNG304

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses the significance of performance’s measurement in order to support the implementation of organization’s strategy. At the beginning of the course, student will be given more insight related to the history of performance’s measurement concept and the significance of performance’s measurement in business. In the process of  arranging measurement there are few tools utilized, such as balance scorecard as the main tool. this balance scorecard used few different approach that is financial perspective, customers perspective, processes business perspective, also learning and growth perspective. Furthermore, the skill to arrange implementation plan, strategic evaluation, also implementation of performance’s measurement into the real case.

 

Faculty of Pharmacy

 

Course Title

Indonesian Traditional Medicine (JAMU)

Course Code

FAB401

Credits

4

Course Description

The course is designed to give general and detail overview on Indonesian Traditional Medicine or Jamu. Topics of the course will include: 

1.   History, Basic concept of Indonesian Traditional Medicine, including specific concept of Javanese and Maduranese traditional medicine

2.   Practice of Javanese traditional medicine

3.   Practice of Maduranese traditional medicine

4.   Indonesian traditional medicine for women’s health

5.   Aromatherapy in the practice of Indonesian Traditional Medicine

6.   Recent development of Indonesian Traditional Medicine:

  Scientification of Indonesian Traditional Medicine

  Government regulation on Indonesian Traditional Medicine

  Application of Indonesian traditional medicine in primary health care services

  Improvement in the preparation of the medicine to improve performance

7.   There will be also a field trip for students.

 

Faculty of Social and Politics

 

Course Title

Consumer Culture

Course Code

SOK405

Credits

4

Course Description

This subject is covering issues on the development of consumer culture in the era of communication and media technology advancements. Students will explore the literatures that address the relationships between consumer actions, marketplace (advertising) and cultural meaning in the twentieth century. Mainly the literatures are theories and perspectives produced in Western academic backgrounds. However, students are expected to utilise those Western theories to analyse and discussing the impact of advertising on discourses surrounding the emerging the domestic or local culture of consumption, particularly in the Indonesian contexts. As for International student who take this course, cultural practices for their country backgrounds will be used to enrich discussions and multicultural perspectives on the topic of consumer culture.

 

Course Title

Physical Anthropology

Course Code

SOA123

Credits

6

Course Description

Anthropology is the study of human across all time and space. This course

provides a general overview of physical anthropology. The course will review regarding the biological aspects of human that may related to their cultural aspects. Through reading and writing assignments, students will engage in discussion on biological determinism in understanding complex matters pertaining to our species. Furthermore, students will gain perspective on the rich diversity found within the human species.

 

Course Title

Indonesian Strategic Studies II: Indonesia’s Foreign Policy

Course Code

SOH217

Credits

6

Course Description

This course focuses on history and blue print formulation of foreign policy Republic of Indonesia. In addition, students are provided with the ability to analyze the dynamics and the determinant variable of Indonesia’s foreign policy since independence until now. This course discuss about the concept of Foreign Policy Republic of Indonesia, Constitutional basis of Foreign Policy Republic of Indonesia, developmental history of Foreign Policy Republic of Indonesia. Determinant factors that influence decision making of Foreign Policy Republic of Indonesia during old older, new older, and post-new older which is an important factor in determining the orientation of Foreign Policy Republic of Indonesia since independence until now also covered in this course. In addition, student also learn about important cases involving Indonesia in various world events

 

Course Title

Conflict Resolution

Course Code

SOS352

Credits

6

Course Description

This course focuses on managing conflicts and achieving conflict resolution strategies. Knowledge and skills developed are those needed to analyze complex conflict situations, shape appropriate processes to involve the right parties, constructively negotiate processes, select mediators, and design the conflict intervention programs.

 

Faculty of Science and Technology

 

Course Title

Enzymology

Course Code

KIB311

Credits

4

Course Description

The main topic of Enzymology consists of: Enzyme as biocatalyst; Enzyme structure and mechanism; Enzyme specificity; Enzyme regulation, Enzyme kinetics and inhibition; Enzyme types, sources, and application on industrial process; Enzymes use in Genetic Engineering.

 

Course Title

Phytochemistry of Tropical Nature Product

Course Code

KIO410

Credits

4

Course Description

The main topic of Phytochemistry consists of Tropical Natural Product, Metabolic Secondary, Bioactivity of secondary metabolites, Phytochemistry Methods, Sample preparation and handling, Extraction sample of natural product, Separation and purification sample of

 

 

Faculty of Public Health

 

Course Title

Epidemiology of Non-Communicable Disease

Course Code

KME303

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discusses about the concept, the problem signification, and the prevention

of disease caused by the metabolic disorders, allergic diseases/immunology,

degenerative disease, teeth and mouth disease, mental illness, cancer, and current

Non-Communicable Disease issues.

 

Course Title

Community Empowerment in Health

Course Code

PSK205

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discusses about Organizing and Community Development, approaches

that used in community empowerment programs especially in the areas of health.

Topics: empowerment, definition of community, analysis of potential community,

organizing and community development, community participation, community

approach, social capital and human capital, steps in community development

activities, case study.

 

Course Title

Basic Health Service Administration and Community Health Center

Course Code

KMA 205

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discuss about the definition and scope of hospital administration, hospital management issues, specific characteristic of hospital, indicator of hospital performance, latest issues of hospital management, several important aspects in hospital management (accreditation, medical record, governance, Public Service Agency, Management Information System of hospital, hospital patient safety, Medical Service Standards and Medical Equipment Standards), discuss about basic concept of Community Health Center, Principle of Community Health Center operation, Community Health Center planning, Community Health Center performance assessment, Community Health Center referral system, and Community Health Center revitalization.

 

Course Title

Health Promotion and Health Education

Course Code

EDM 305

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discusses about: (1) Concept of health paradigm; (2) Historical development of health promotion; (3) Basic concept of health promotion (definition, principle and ethics); (4) Three strategies of health promotion (enable, advocate, and mediate); (5) Theory of behavior associated with health promotion; (6) Five means of action; (7) Health promotion setting.

 

Course Title

Nutrition Education

Course Code

EDM 401

Credits

6

Course Description

This course discusses about research link, theory and practice (problems in nutrition education, determinant of diet and food choices, the basic of theory and practice, procedure design of nutrition education based on theory (step 1-6), implementation of nutrition education (working with diverse populations; best practice, public policy and ethics)

 

Faculty of Psychology

 

Course Title

Social Cognition

Course Code

PSS104

Credits

4

Course Description

This course gives understanding about the basic concepts in the study of social psychology. Especially related to how people think about themselves, others and the social situation surrounding them. This course also provides understanding in the process of decision-making, judgment, perception, beliefs and behaviors of an individual in certain of social situation. It also introduces students to the process of social cognition that includes: impression building, attribution, self and identity and attitude.

 

Course Title

Healthy Behavior

Course Code

PSC202

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discusses about healthy behaviour and how such behaviour is constructed from the social cognition perspective. The main discussion consists of the definition of healthy behaviour. The determination of healthy behaviour, social cognition theories explain about how social cognition is constructed (HBM, HLC, TPB, Transtheoretical Model, The Precaution Adoption process Model and Protection Motivation Theory). Healthy behaviour in the context of HIV/AIDS and also the increasing of community health behaviour through intervention mapping approach.

 

Course Title

Social Interaction

Course Code

PSS105

Credits

6

Course Description

This course aims to enhance student understanding about the basic concept and theories of social psychology related to social processes in human interaction. Students will be introduced to various concepts and theories related to human interaction such as pro-social behaviour, attraction, close relationship, prejudice, discrimination, and aggression behaviour. In this course, students will explore the function of language and communication process in human relations. In addition, this course introduces students on contemporary issues in social psychology research related to epistemological issues in studies of social psychology.

 

Course Title

Individual Behavior and Mental Process

Course Code

PSU106

Credits

6

Course Description

This course gives basic understanding of psychology as the study of thinking processes and behavior. It discusses the main concepts that construct human behavior such as: awareness, cognition, intelligence, emotion, and motivation. In order to achieve critical and in-depth understanding about the main concept of mental process. This course also provides basic experiment.

 

Course Title

Mental Health

Course Code

PSC305

Credits

6

Course Description

This course gives understanding about the basic concept of mental health and psychological well-being from positive psychological perspective. It is done by doing study in mental health issues by applying positive psychological perspective and empirical finding (theoretical-based vs. evidence-based approach). The main principle of mental health and psychological well-being development is also discussed as the fundamental of advance lecture.

 

Faculty of Humanities

 

Course Title

Youth Culture

Course Code

BUK306

Credits

4

Course Description

This subjects discusses issues related to urban youth culture. Among the issues discussed are youth identity, youth and religion, youth and closeness to media and so son. Most of them will be discussed from the perspective of social critical theories, in particular cultural studies. However, students will not only learn the theoretical perspectives. Study cases from the Indonesian context, particularly in urban areas, will also be given to students. It is expected that students can critically read and examine the cultures of young people around them and how these cultures are influential for the young to identify themselves.

 

Faculty of Nursing

 

Course Title

Mental Health Nursing 2

Course Code

KPJ304

Credits

6

Course Description

Indonesia has many tribes and culture. Each culture has different views about mental illness. It will be quite challenging to enhance mental health program in community with special characteristic of culture. Nursing care approach is delivered and seen through the lens of Indonesia’s sensitive local and culture wisdom. This programs contain about Mental health issues in Indonesia (Restraints/Pasung, culture and attitude towards mental illness) and resources in mental health treatment in primary health services and hospitals. The studies are conducted in various methods including classes and field trips.

 

Course Title

Geriatric of Nursing

Course Code

KPC306

Credits

8

Course Description

This course provides an understanding on the basic concepts of Geriatric of nursing for individual and groups in the community, as well as trends and issues around Indonesian

culture. At the end of this course the students are expected to: 

1.   Understand the core process in geriatric care nursing delivery

2.   Explore Complementary Nursing for elderly in Indonesia

3.  Be able to explain the geriatric nursing process for Individu and community based on Indonesian culture.

4.   Master the Indonesian National Health Services for elderly

 

Course Title

Primary and Community Health Nursing 2

Course Code

KPC302

Credits

8

Course Description

This course provides an understanding and mastery on the basic concepts of primary and community for groups in the community, as well as trends and issues around community health and primary nursing care process and delivery. At the end of this course the students are expected to: 

1.   Master the core process in community and primary care nursing delivery

2.   Be able to explain the community health nursing process for groups with acute and chronic illness, disaster survivor, and sub-groups in community

3.   Explore contemporary area of nursing practice

4.   Master the Indonesian National Health System and its outcome indicators

 

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine

 

Course Title

Marine Resources Exploration

Course Code

PLL302

Credits

4

Course Description

This course guides students to understand about the concept in exploring the potential use of marine resources eq. microalgae, macroalgae (seaweed), coral, bacterium, fungus and some invertebrates for food and pharmaceutical purposes through extracting their bioactive compounds. This course also explains the technique in exploring the potential use of particular marine resources-extracted compound from extraction, isolation, screening, purification, and preclinical and clinical trial.

 

Course Title

Traditional Fisheries Processing Technology

Course Code

PLT205

Credits

6

Course Description

This course gives students knowledge about the concept in using traditional processing technology to produce value added product from fish or other aquatic plants including the effect of traditional processing towards the quality attributes such as nutrition, taste, appearance etc. of the processed fish and the machines used. This course is also associated with laboratory practicum and visit some industries applying traditional technology of which some technologies used are to produce the culture food of Indonesia.

 

Course Title

Fish Hatchery

Course Code

PLT302

Credits

6

Course Description

This course gives student the fundamental concept in fish hatchery, including how to do fish parental selection, provide fish continuously, manipulate the environment of fish hatchery, manipulate the hormonal functionalities of fish and use some artificial hormones to intensify fish hatchery. This course also explains the implementation of current technology to sustain fish hatchery business in Indonesia and even worldwide.

 

Course Title

Marine Biology

Course Code

BIL301

Credits

6

Course Description

This course studies about biological and ecological aspects in ocean as one of crucially aquatic resource aspects and studies about research methodology on Marine Biology as an introduction to the exploitation and exploration of natural aquatic resources through minimization of marine pollution. This course consists of field observation as well as

practical work to synergize knowledge obtained in the class with the real situation, which is required for students taking this undergraduate course. The field observation and practice is conducted in some related spots such as mangrove ecosystem, coral ecosystem, brackish water aquaculture, seaweed cultivation station etc.

 
*For further inqueries please contact Ms. Cicilia Putri (email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

 

International Office Meeting

International Office Meeting 2015

Kompetensi Kantor Internasional dalam Menghadapi Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN (MEA)

Bagaimana Cara Menarik Mahasiswa internasional ?

Pengumuman

Kepada Yth. Peserta International Office Meeting 2015

 
Salam hangat dari Universitas Airlangga!
 
Kami mengucapkan terima kasih atas partisipasi Bapak dan Ibu dalam acara IO-Meeting UNAIR tahun 2015. Semoga materi yang kami sampaikan dapat bermanfaat untuk Kantor Urusan Internasional yang ada di institusi anda.
 
Kami sampaikan pula bahwa materi para pembicara dan dokumentasi acara pada IO-Meeting kemarin dapat didownload di link Materi IO Meeting UNAIR 2015 dan Dokumentasi IO Meeting UNAIR 2015
 
Terima kasih,
IOP UNAIR

 

Poster

Tentang

Latar Belakang

Pendidikan tinggi memiliki peran penting dalam membentuk tenaga kerja (work force) untuk setiap negara. Dengan penerapan Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN (MEA) pada tahun 2015, institusi pendidikan tinggi memiliki tugas penting dalam membentuk tenaga kerja yang memiliki kemampuan dalam kompetensi lintas budaya dan kompetensi ilmu pengetahuan. Dalam dunia tanpa batas ini, pasar tenaga kerja global menetapkan persyaratan yang tinggi untuk lulusan universitas dalam kompetensi lintas budaya, karena mereka harus kerja mampu di tempat kerja multikultural di seluruh dunia. Hal ini bukan hanya tentang kemampuan dalam akuisisi bahasa asing, tetapi juga terkait dengan kemampuan untuk beradaptasi di lingkungan yang multikultural.

Kemampuan ini dapat diperoleh mahasiswa melalui partisipasi dalam program internasional. Studi di luar negeri merupakan pilihan utama. Namun, kesempatan untuk belajar di luar negeri tergantung pada kemampuan keuangan dan ketersediaan beasiswa yang kompetitif untuk program bergelar atau program pertukaran. Sedangkan, kemampuan keuangan dapat menjadi kendala utama bagi siswa di negara-negara berkembang. Pilihan lain yang dapat diambil untuk membawa suasana internasional dalam jangkauan mahasiswa kita adalah melalui pembukaan program internasional.

Di samping itu, MEA merupakan momentum penting untuk meningkatkan jumlah mobilitas masuk ke lembaga pendidikan tinggi melalui pembukaan program internasional, baik bergelar maupun non-gelar.  Pembukaan program internasional memiliki banyak keuntungan, baik bagi siswa maupun untuk lembaga pendidikan tinggi, yaitu:

  1. Untuk mahasiswa, program internasional memberikan kesempatan berbagi pengetahuan, pengalaman lintas budaya, dan memperolehan keterampilan bahasa asing, sehingga meningkatkan kemampuan lulusan mereka.
  2. Untuk lembaga pendidikan tinggi itu sendiri, program internasional menghasilkan output dalam meningkatkan jumlah mobilitas inbound, sebagai sarana promosi lembaga baik nasional maupun internasional, meningkatkan jumlah kerjasama lokal dan internasional, dan meningkatkan reputasi lembaga .
  3. Secara tidak langsung, program internasional dapat mendorong peningkatan kualitas pendidikan. Dalam mendorong peningkatan kualitas pendidikan, program internasional menjadi sarana berbagi pengetahuan dan transfer pengetahuan antara mahasiswa internasional dan mahasiswa lokal sesuai dengan perspektif masing-masing. Program internasional juga mendorong pembentukan pengetahuan baru dan keunggulan pengetahuan. Selain itu, program internasional dapat meningkatkan pelayanan pendidikan, universitas yang gencar dalam penerimaan mahasiswa internasional akan melakukan penyesuaian dalam kualitas belajar dan mengajar berdasarkan standar internasional untuk meningkatkan pemahaman siswa.
  4. Pelayanan administrasi untuk siswa juga akan ditingkatkan secara efisien dan efektif. Hal tersebut akan mengarah ke pembentukan "sebuah pemerintahan yang baik" atau “good governance” universitas. Unit kerja baru akan dibentuk untuk mengakomodasi hal ini, seperti pembentukan Kantor Urusan Internasional dan Pusat Penjaminan Mutu.

Dibandingkan dengan negara-negara lain di Asia Tenggara, seperti Thailand, Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia dan Singapura; Indonesia masih tertinggal dalam jumlah program internasional. Ada beberapa kendala dan tantangan dalam pelaksanaan program-program internasional, seperti hambatan bahasa, visa, fasilitas, dan birokrasi.

Namun, lembaga pendidikan tinggi di Indonesia masih memiliki banyak peluang di program internasional terbuka, karena masing-masing lembaga memiliki keunikan dan sumber daya masing-masing.

 

Tujuan

Tujuan dari kegiatan penyelenggaraan International Office Meeting 2015 adalah :

  1. Memperlihatkan posisi lembaga pendidikan tinggi di Indonesia di antara lembaga-lembaga pendidikan tinggi di Asia Tenggara untuk meningkatkan kesadaran internasionalisasi antara institusi pendidikan tinggi
  2. Memberikan wawasan dan dorongan tentang cara meningkatkan posisi lembaga pendidikan tinggi Indonesia di Asia Tenggara.
  3. Berbagi beberapa tips yang baik tentang "Bagaimana cara untuk menarik siswa internasional ? " Dengan mengelola dan memberdayakan sumber daya internal dan lingkungan sekitar universitas untuk menarik siswa
  4. Menyampaikan pelatihan/workshop untuk membangun program internasional dengan mengoptimalkan sumber daya di universitas masing-masing

 

 

Desain Program

Program ini akan dibagi dalam dua desain, yaitu :

Hari Pertama: Seminar

1. Internasionalisasi Pendidikan Tinggi di Negara-negara Asia Tenggara Mendekati Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN (MEA)

Pembicara Utama:

  • Ibu Teresa Birks dari British Council Jakarta
  • Ibu Porntip Kanjananiyot dari SEAMEO-RIHED

 

  1. Gambaran Umum: Internasionalisasi Pendidikan Tinggi di Asia Tenggara: Perbandingan internasionalisasi pendidikan tinggi di Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapura, Brunei Darussalam, Filipina, dan Thailand. Penjelasan tentang seberapa jauh proses internasionalisasi untuk masing-masing negara dan upaya pemerintah dalam internasionalisasi pendidikan tinggi.
  2. Pembahasan tentang tren mobilitas internasional di negara-negara Asia Tenggara; terutama jumlah mobilitas inbound dan outbound, tujuan utama bagi mobilitas inbound dan outbound, tren mobilitas di kawasan ini, penilaian terhadap tren terbaru untuk beberapa negara, dan beberapa respon pemerintah terhadap tren yang berkembang.
  3. Peluang untuk lembaga pendidikan tinggi Indonesia yang terkait dengan ASEAN Economic Community (AEC): Pembahasan tentang peluang Komunitas Ekonomi ASEAN (MEA) bagi lembaga pendidikan tinggi di Indonesia; seperti meningkatkan jumlah program mobilitas melalui pembukaan kemitraan internasional yang lebih luas dan kolaborasi akademik, meningkatkan kualitas dan layanan pendidikan.

 

2. Best Practices: Bagaimana menarik mahasiswa internasional melalui program internasional?

Pembicara:

  1. Direktur Pendidikan,  Universitas Airlangga
  2. Australian Technology Network (www.atn.edu.au)
  3. Ibu Karen Peyronnin Imam, M.I.B., Director of Global BINUS (tentative)

 

Pada sesi ini akan dilakukan pembahasan tentang best practices program internasional di institusi masing-masing. Presentasi ini mengeksplorasi tentang inisiasi program internasional, dari inisiasi ide yang diambil  dari kekhasan universitas dan sumber daya internal.

Presentasi dimulai dengan perspektif pembicara mengenai program internasional yang menarik bagi mahasiswa internasional,  berdasarkan pengalaman di institusi masing-masing. Kedua, menjelaskan tentang program itu sendiri; deskripsi, berapa lama program sudah dilaksanakan, dan berapa banyak mahasiswa telah berpartisipasi program ini.

Ketiga, pembicara akan menjelaskan gagasan program internasional, terkait dengan pemberdayaan sumber daya internal, seperti keunggulan dalam inovasi dan teknologi atau industri terkait pembelajaran dan strategi mengajar.

Keempat,  menjelaskan tentang cara implementasi ide ke dalam program dengan mengelola sumber daya internal, seperti keunikan, kerjasama, sumber daya manusia, jaringan, dan fasilitas.

 

Hal yang perlu dipertimbangkan dalam menangkap pasar mahasiswa asing contohnya seperti :

  1. Waktu dan Durasi
  2. Lokasi dan aksesibilitas
  3. Keunikan, spesialisasi dan keahlian
  4. Biaya dan Fasilitas
  5. Sistem Kredit

Bagian kelima menyajikan tentang hambatan dan tantangan dalam membuat program internasional yang dihadapi masing-masing universitas; seperti dalam pemasaran atau akomodasi.

 

 

3. Kompetensi Kantor Internasional dalam Mengelola Program Internasional: International Student Support

Speaker Tentatif:

  • Margaretha, S.Psi., G.Dip.Psych., M.
  • ATN

Pada bagian ini, pembicara akan berbicara tentang bagaimana memperlakukan/melayani mahasiswa internasional dan upaya untuk membuat mahasiswa internasional merasa nyaman di Indonesia:

  1. Bagaimana memperlakukan/melayani mahasiswa internasional? dari perspektif mahasiswa
  2. Kesejahteraan siswa internasional
    1. Program Pengayaan: Program budaya dan peningkatan soft skill
    2. Kompetensi lintas budaya
    3. Kesejahteraan: Kesehatan dan Konseling

Hari kedua: Workshop Pengembangan Program Internasional

 

4. Lokakarya Inisiasi Program Internasional

  1. Sustainability dalam Pengembangan Program Internasional oleh Rene Teunissen (Avans University of Applied Science, Belanda)
  2. Workshop Pengembangan Program Internasional Instruktur: Tim IOP (Amak M. Yaqoub, M.SM Dan Dewi Sartika, M.Ed.

 

  1. Pengenalan
  2. Pemetaan analisis (SWOT, stake holder dan manajemen risiko)
  3. Mengingat konsep "3P" sebagai nilai tambah
  4. Perencanaan dan Pengembangan program
  5. Pemasaran program
  6. Penggunaan sponsor untuk mendanai program
  7. Studi kasus dan simulasi

 

 

MOVIE CLUB and DISCUSSION : GLORY by U.S. Consolate Surabaya

 

To celebrate US Independence Day, U.S. Consulate Surabaya invite you all to attend "MOVIE CLUB and DISCUSSION : GLORY " with Ms. Joanne Cossit (Pol Officer, U.S. Congen Surabaya). 

The event will be held on Tuesday,  25th June 2013,  13.00 - 160.0 WIB, at INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTER KONJEN AS SURABAYA Jl. Citra Raya Niaga 2 Citraland Surabaya.

 

Send your application by email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  no later than Monday, June 24, 10.00 amFREE!

 

Further information, contact:

Public Affairs Section  

U.S. Consulate General Surabaya

Phone +62 31 2975300 email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

with Ms. Joanne Cossit (Pol Officer, U.S. Congen Surabaya)

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