Pre-departure training for Bachelor & Master in Jakarta
Academic Prepartion program has been designed to give special attention to academic English skills and the Dutch learning and teaching methods through participating, sharing and simulation sessions by Dutch and English native lecturers from ETC partner Universities. A total of 30 hours of intensive sessions spread over five days, taught in English, forms the basis for a strong understanding of the Dutch Educations enviroment.
Pre-doctoral programme in Indonesia
Three Dutch universities: Leiden, Groningen and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam have joined forces again this year to organize the Pre-doctoral programme in Indonesia for admitted and future Indonesia PhD candidates at Dutch universities.
Kunjungan Delegasi Universitas Leiden ke Indonesia
KITLV-Jakarta merayakan hari jadinya yang ke 50 tahun. KITLV-Jakarta adalah bagian dari perpustakaan Universitas Leiden. Dalam rangka hari jadi tersebut beberapa kegiatan diselenggarakan. Beikut highlight dari rangkaian perayaan ulang tahun KITLV-Jakarta.
KITLV-Jakarta’s 50th Anniversary Seminar: “Indonesian heritage and library collections”
KemenRistekDikti-Leiden University Joint PhD Scholarship Program
Leiden University and Ristek Dikti have set up a joint scholarship program for PhD degrees. Eligible candidates who wish to take their PhD at Leiden University are invited to register with RistekDikti before April 30, 2019. Candidates need to fulfill the requirements as set by RistekDikti and by Leiden University. Candidates need to obtain a letter of acceptance from Leiden before registering to RistekDikti.
Pre-doctoral programme in Indonesia for future and potential Indonesian PhD candidates at Dutch universities.
Three Dutch universities: Leiden, Groningen and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam have joined forces this year to organize a first ever Pre-doctoral programme in Indonesia for future and potential Indonesian PhD candidates at Dutch universities.
Being an Indonesian PhD in Leiden: what is that like?
Wija Wijayanto and Arum Perwitasari both were Indonesian PhD students at Leiden University, funded by the Leiden-DIKTI Graduate Scholarship Programme. With the help of this scholarship, literally thousands of students travel abroad to write their dissertations. During their research period, Arum and Wija got to discover what it is like to live in Leiden. Here they are, sharing their personal experiences.