[Switzerland] Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships for Foreign Students 2017/18
[Singapore] Asian Youth Leaders Travel and Learning Camp 2016 (AYLTLC 2017)
[Japan] Kumamoto University – 2017 Spring Program
[South Korea] Chonbuk National University – 2017 Spring Exchange Program
My name is Zara Kletz and I work for the School of Science at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
I would like to let you know that our department now runs a selection of study abroad programs which might be of interest to the undergraduate chemistry students at Universitas Gadjah Mada.
If possible, please share information about these opportunities with your students.
Here is a brief description of our programs:
1) The University of Tokyo Research Internship Program (UTRIP)
UTRIP is a 6-week summer internship program for students majoring in natural science and other relevant fields. It provides students with an opportunity to gain the experience of “real graduate-school life” or “research-centered life.” UTRIP is a gateway to pursuing an advanced degree and experiencing academic life at our university. Participants on UTRIP will also be granted financial support to cover their costs and expenses. They will also get the opportunity to take part in cultural activities and excursions to learn more about Japan.
Indonesian Journal of Chemistry (official abbreviation Indones. J. Chem) is an international journal covering all aspect of Chemistry, including Chemical Education and Chemical Engineering. Since 2012, Indonesian Journal of Chemistry has been indexed by a major indexing authority called Scopus. Most of the major journals are indexed in Scopus. The journal publishes original research papers, short communications, and review articles. The paper published in this journal implies that the work described has not been, and will not be published elsewhere, except in abstract, as part of a lecture, review or academic thesis. This journal is published by Department of Chemistry, Gadjah Mada University, with ISSN: 14119420.
It is of UGM commitment to be reputable in both national and international levels. Among other well-known universities in Indonesia, UGM is of one the top three in the country from time to time. Also, UGM continuously demands each of the programs (undergrad, M.Sc., and Ph.D. programs) to obtain international accreditation.
Currently, each of study programs in the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences is accredited by Indonesian Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI) with Grade A. It means that each study program performs well at the national level. However, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences encourages every department and study program to raise their level of accreditation in both regional and international levels.