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KEDUTAAN BESAR REPUBLIK INDONESIA LONDON

Indonesia-UK Education Collaborations

T. A. Fauzi Soelaiman
Education Attaché Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in London UK Higher Education International Unit, 27 January 2014 http://atdikbudlondon.com

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Outline of Presentation

http://pustakasimaco.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/uang-kuliah-tunggal-ukt-apakah-itu.html

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Outline
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fast Facts on Indonesia Data of Education System in Indonesia Numbers of Indonesian Students Abroad Scholarships for Indonesian Students Numbers of Foreign Students in Indonesia RI-UK Collaborations Additional Information Conclusions
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Introduction

4 ITENAS in Bandung
http://hotel-di.com/bandung/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/kampus-ITENAS-Bandung.jpg

Fast Facts on Indonesia
• Fourth most populous country in the world: 237.424.363 in 2011  4 x UK. • Third biggest democratic country in the world. • Young generation (more than 50% below 29). • Fifteenth largest land area in the world: 1.904.569 km2  8 x UK. • GDP (PPP): $1.208 trillion (15th). Per capita: $3.797 (107th)  1/10 x UK. • Member of G-20. • Represents “I” in the MINT countries.
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Fast Facts (continued)
• Has more than 13.000 islands. 13.466 officially named in 2010. About 6.000 inhabited. • Consists of more than 300 ethnical groups. • Speaks more than 500 languages and dialects. • Has 3 time zones.

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McKinsey Global Institute’s Prediction on Indonesia
(September 2012)

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http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/asia-pacific/the_archipelago_economy

McKinsey Global Institute’s Report

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http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/asia-pacific/the_archipelago_economy

Education Regulation
• 20% of National’s Budget is for Education (including salaries for teachers and lecturers). • Planning to build 495 Community Colleges (one in each district). Currently 64 have been built. • Target in 2008: 5.000 PhD/year (3.000 from within Indonesia, 2.000 from abroad). • Currently sends about 600-1.100/year abroad. • Major problem: English language.
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DATA ON EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDONESIA

Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Main Campus in Bandung
http://www.fedu.uec.ac.jp/~f12steff/ITB3.html

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Numbers of Primary and Secondary Schools in Indonesia (2013)
146,826 160,000 140,000 Number of Schools 120,000 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000

33,668
11,654 10,256

20,000 0
SD (Grades 1-6) SMP (Grades 7-9) SMA (Grades 1012) Educational Level SMK (Vocation, Grades 10-12)

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Numbers of Students in Primary and Secondary Educations in Indonesia (2013)
27,583,919 30,000,000

25,000,000
Number of Students 20,000,000 15,000,000

12 year compulsory education has been initiated in 2013

9,425,336
10,000,000 4,196,467 4,019,157

5,000,000
0 SD (Grades 1-6) SMP (Grades 7-9) SMA (Grades 10-12) SMK (Vocation, Grades 10-12)

Educational Level
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Numbers of Higher Education Institutions in Indonesia (2013)
3500 Number of Institutions 3000 3,170

2500 2000
1500 1000 500 0 University Institute Specialized Academy Polytechnic College Types of Higher Education Institutions Total 478 57 175 1,366 1,094

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Numbers of Higher Education Students in Indonesia (2013)
5,616,670 6,000,000 5,000,000 Number of Students 3,629,115 4,000,000 3,000,000 2,000,000 1,239,258

1,000,000 0
University

228,437
Institute

360,713

159,147 Total

Specialized Academy Polytechnic College Types of Higher Education Institutions

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Numbers of Indonesian Students Abroad

Main Library of Universitas Indonesia (UI) in Depok, Jakarta
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f0/Perpustakaan_Pusat_Universitas_Indonesia.jpg

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Indonesian Students in 17 Countries in 2011
0 Singapore Australia Malaysia China USA Egypt Germany Japan Phillipines Netherland UK New Zealand India Saudi Arabia France South Korea Thailand Total: 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000
21,043 16,445 13,627 9,539 6,942 3,865 3,340 2,162 2,105 1,478 1,245 Rank 11 511 509 501 356 203 186 84,057
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Sesjen Kemdikbud, “Diplomasi Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan” , Pertemuan Sesjen Kemdikbud dengan Atdikbud, 29 Februari 2012

Numbers of Indonesian Students in UK 2002/13 to 2011/12
1800 1600 1400 1245 1200 1135 1120 1155 1355 1565

1160

1100

1120

1030 1000
800 600 400 200

0
2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Indonesian Students in UK According to Levels of Study 2011/12
800

700
640 600 520 500 530 590 560

680

555
490 470

530

435 400 320 305 230 215 320 365 370 330 375

Postgraduate Research Postgraduate Taught First Degree Other Undergraduate

315 250
220

340 295

340

300
245 200 190 190

175

100

55

55

60

50

50

50

55

65

80

75

0 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Numbers of Indonesian Students in UK 2011/12 According to Universities

Data is rounded to 5 for data protection by HESA

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Data is rounded to 5 for data protection by HESA

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Numbers of Indonesian Students in UK 2011/12 According to Fields of Studies

Data is rounded to 5 for data protection by HESA

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

Data is rounded to 5 for data protection by HESA

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http://www.hesa.ac.uk

The change of numbers of Asian students in UK 2010/11-2011/12

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2663&Itemid=161

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Scholarships for Indonesian Students

http://fadlikadn.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/kampusits.jpg

ITS (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November) Campus in Surabaya

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Scholarships from Indonesian Government (1)
1. DIKTI (Directorate General of Higher Education) Scholarship:
http://beasiswa.dikti.go.id/
– – – Opens for lecturers in state and private universities. Started in 2008. Sent out more than 4000 students.

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LPDP Scholarship: http://www.beasiswalpdp.org/
– – – – – Opens for anyone but lecturers on 6 fields: engineering, science, agriculture, accounting/finance, law and religion. Only for top 200 universities. Started in 2013. Sent out 1500 students all over the world. 93 students are now in UK (16 PhD, 77 MSc). Will be monitored at end of this week. Open throughout the year.

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Unggulan (High Achiever) Scholarship:
http://beasiswaunggulan.kemdiknas.go.id/
– Opens for high achievers.

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SPIRIT (Scholarship Program for Strengthening the Reforming Institution) Scholarship: http://spiritbappenas.net/
– Limited to 11 government institutions (BAPPENAS, BPK, Kemkeu, Kemdagri, Kemenlu, BKPM, BKN, LAN, Kemenpan dan RB, BPKP and BPN) to support bureaucracy reformation 25 in these institutions.

Scholarships from Indonesian Government (2)
1. KOMINFO Scholarship:
http://balitbang.kominfo.go.id/balitbang/beasiswa

– Information and Communication Engineering based scholarship

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Presidential Scholarship:
– Opens in 2014 – Only for top 100 universities

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Governmental Scholarships:
– Opens in 2014

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Aceh Province Scholarship:
– Started in 2010

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West Papua Province Scholarship:
– Started sending to UK in 2013 – Currently there are 13 students in colleges
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Other Scholarships for Indonesian Students
• Chevening: http://www.chevening.org/
– Master program only

• Jardine Foundation: http://www.jardines.com/
– Oxford and Cambridge university intakes only

• ISDB (Islamic Development Bank): http://www.isdb.org
– Certain restrictions

• Private companies: Bank Indonesia, Mandiri, 27 etc.

Target Countries by DIKTI Scholarship Recipients 2008-2012
1000 921 900 800

706
700 600 503 500 400 300 200 100 351

328 281 251 185 125 122 47 42 39 36 33 19 16 14 13 13 12 11 11 9 Netherlands Germany Philippines Indonesia Belgium 7 Spain

TOP 10 COUNTRIES 1. Australia 2. Japan 3. UK 4. Malaysia 5. The Netherlands 6. Germany 7. French 8. Thailand 9. USA 10. Taiwan
6 Hong Kong 6 Ireland 6 Switzerland 4 Finland 4 Saudi Arabia

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Czech Republic

2 Estonia

1 Hungary

1 India

1 Latvia

1 Pakistan

1 Poland

1 Portugal

1 Turkey

0 Thailand Denmark
Malaysia Taiwan Canada China Singapore Italy

Norway

Australia

New Zealand

United Kingdom

United States

South Korea

Sweden

France

Austria

Russia

Japan

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Data source: http://studi.dikti.go.id/study/statistik/?#

Recipients of DIKTI Scholarship in UK (2008-2013)
140 123 120 105 105

100
80 62 60 40 44 47 39 71

98
88

66
58 40 43 45

Master PhD Total

20 0

18 9 3

2008
Data source: Dr. John Pariworo, 25/1/2014

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2013 data is not final

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Numbers of Foreign Students in Indonesia

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Numbers of Indonesian Students Abroad and Foreign Students in Indonesia
Foreign students in Indonesia Indonesian students abroad

students

year

students

8.095
7.746

2011

84.057

2010 2009

80.099 73.501

7.143

There is imbalance of the flows of the students..

Sesjen Kemdikbud, “Diplomasi Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan” , Pertemuan Sesjen Kemdikbud dengan Atdikbud, 29 Februari 2012

Scholarships To Indonesia
• Dharmasiswa Scholarship • Art and Culture Scholarship • Writing Competition • Medics Away: for medical students: http://medicsaway.com
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Darmasiswa Scholarships
• From the Ministry of Education and Culture • 6 and 12 months in Indonesia • Study Indonesian Language, Traditional Instruments (Gamelan, Kecapi, etc.), Traditional Dances, etc. • Deadline 2014: 24 January 2014

• http://atdikbudlondon.com/uk-students/darmasiswa/

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Arts and Culture Scholarship
• From the Ministry of Foreign Affairs • 6 and 12 months in Indonesia • Study Indonesian Language, Traditional Instruments (Gamelan, Kecapi, etc.), Traditional Dances, etc. • Deadline 2014: 21 January 2014

• http://atdikbudlondon.com/uk-students/iacs/

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Writing Competition
• From the Ministry of Education and Culture via the Education Attaches. • Opens for UK and Ireland students and school teachers. • 3 winners per year. • Free 7 days in Indonesia. • Free programs. Expect to have Sister/Twinned Schools. • Deadline 2014: 31 March 2014.

• http://atdikbudlondon.com/uk-students/writing-competition/

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Darmasiswa Scholarships Recipients
Numbers of Darmasiswa Scholarships recipients according to continents
Indonesian students in top 30 countries in 2011

779
5 38 51

589
20 45

4
319

232

197
5 21 79

2
288

366

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2009
ASIA EROPA

2010
AMERIKA AFRIKA

2011
AUSTRALIA

POLANDIA CHINA JEPANG KAMBOJA HONGARIA THAILAND SLOVAKIA MADAGASKAR VIETNAM KOREA SELATAN AMERIKA SERIKAT JERMAN UZBEKISTAN RUSIA CEKO AFRIKA SELATAN PERANCIS SOMALIA RUMANIA MEKSIKO MESIR LAOS SPANYOL SERBIA UKRAINA BANGLADESH INGGRIS BELANDA ARGENTINA LITHUANIA LAINNYA

85 77 64

44 41
34 32 31 30 25 21 19 17 15 15 14 13 12 12 12 779 students 12 65 countries 12 11 11 9 8 7 Rank 27 7 7 6 76

Sesjen Kemdikbud, “Diplomasi Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan” , Pertemuan Sesjen Kemdikbud dengan Atdikbud, 29 Februari 2012

Numbers of Foreign Students in Indonesia
676 9 663 4 36 1 66 7 635 4

54 2

2009 2010 2011

2009

2010

2011

25 0

27 4

29 8

2009 2010 2011

92

13 4

18 7

138 80

151

2009 2010 2011 2009 2010 2011
Sesjen Kemdikbud, “Diplomasi Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan” , Pertemuan Sesjen Kemdikbud dengan Atdikbud, 29 Februari 2012

RI-UK Collaborations

http://binus.ac.id/jwc-campus/

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Prior to 2010
• Earliest Agreement found: Agreement Between the Governments of Indonesia and the UK on Co-operation in the Field of Education, Science and Culture. Signed: 13 June 2002. • 8 MOUs/LOAs prior to 2010. • All are available at atdikbudlondon.com.

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Joint Communiqué
Jakarta, 12 April 2012
• PM Cameron visited Indonesia. • 12 April 2012: Joint Communiqué was signed between the Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nuh and the UK’s Minister for Universities and Science, Rt. Hon. David Willets MP.

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Joint Working Group (JWG) 1 and Signing of G to G MOU on Education
Indonesian Embassy, 28 May 2012

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*** Source: http://atdikbudlondon.com ***

Speech by Rt. Hon. David Willets, MP. Signing of MOU UT-OU. Exchanging gifts and Lunch
at the Indonesian Embassy in London, 28 May 2012

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Minister ’s visit to SOAS, Univ. of London
28 Mei 2012

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Minister ’s visit to University of Exeter
29 May 2012

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Minister ’s visit to University of Oxford
30 May 2012

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Products of Minister ’s visit
27-31 May 2012

MOU G to G,

MOU UT-OU,

LOI Dikti-Exeter,

MOU ITB-Cranfield
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*** Files can be obtained from: http://atdikbudlondon.com ***

State Visit of the Indonesian President
30 Oct.-3 Nov. 2012 10 additional documents were signed

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International Education: Global Growth and Prosperity

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https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/229844/bis-13-1081-international-education-global-growth-and-prosperity.pdf

Visit of the Vice President, Prof. Dr. Boediono
October 2013 Keynote Speech at University of Oxford

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Visit of Minister of Education and Culture
20 January 2014

• Bilateral Talk with Rt Hon David Willets MP. • Participated at the Education World Forum (EWF) 2014.

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Results of Bilateral Talk, 20 January 2014

What Indonesia Needs
1. Teacher Education:
– For Primary and Secondary Education Teachers. – Implementing New 2013 Curriculum.

2. Vocational Education:
– Electrical/electronics engineering. – Mechanical engineering, incl. Mechatronics. – Ship building, incl. underwater welding.

3. Joint Research in Higher Education:
– – – – Energy. Creative Industry. Health. Agriculture.
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Visit of Rt Hon David Willets MP to Indonesia
2-4 March 2014

• • • •

Ministerial addresses Joint Working Group 2 British Council Workshops Visits universities and vocational colleges

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MOU, MOA, LOI, etc., until now
• Currently we have 47 documents:
– 31 MOUs – 10 MOAs/Agreements – 4 LOIs – 1 Joint Communiqué – 1 Joint Framework

• Between governments, universities, schools and research institutions. • All are available at: atdikbudlondon.com
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Latest News (12 Dec. 2013)
• The Constitutional Court (MK: Mahkamah Konstitusi) has declared that Foreign Higher Institution can be opened in Indonesia. • Regulated by Article 90 of Law (UU) 12/2012.

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Source: http://www.tribunnews.com/nasional/2013/12/12/mk-perbolehkan-perguruan-tinggi-asing-di-indonesia

Additional Information

ITSB Campus in Cikampek
http://www.panoramio.com/photo/92189793

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Education Attaché's Website: atdikbudlondon.com

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Directory of International Offices of Universities in Indonesia

• http://atdikbudlondon.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/kui-2012.pdf

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Directory of Officials at the Ministry of Education and Culture, RI

http://atdikbudlondon.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/daftar-pejabat-kementerian58 pendidikan-dan-kebudayaan-2013-update-22-juli-20132.pdf

E-books than can be downloaded from atdikbudlondon.com
Education System in UK Practical Tips in Studying in UK

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Conclusions

http://www.educationfortheworld.org/schools.html

Universitas Udayana in Bali

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Conclusions
• Indonesia needs to keep improving its human resources to meet the country ’s needs. • Scholarships for Indonesians to study abroad are available and plentiful. • Scholarships to study in Indonesia are available. • Academic and research collaborations are expected to increase. Priority fields have been identified. • Need to prepare for Rt. Hon. David Willets visit to Indonesia, 2-4 March 2014.
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Further Information:
Prof. Dr. T. A. Fauzi Soelaiman Indonesian Education Attaché in London atdikbud_london@yahoo.com www.atdikbudlondon.com

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1514475

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