- Online registration – 20 February 2023 until 7 April 2023.
- Interview and Administration at Indonesian Embassy/Consulate – 8 April 2023 until 21 April 2023.
- Selection by the University – 22 April 2023 until 4 May 2023.
- Announcement – 12 May 2023.
- Attendance confirmation – 12 May 2023 until 24 May 2023.
- Final Announcement – 31 May 2023.
- Flight itinerary confirmation – 6 June 2023 until 1 August 2023.
- Pre-Departure Briefing at Indonesian Embassy – July 2023 until August 2023.
- Orientation program at Jakarta, Indonesia – 29 until 30 August 2023.
- Lecture Stars, Early of September 2023.
When applying through the website, applicants are required to choose the Embassy/Consulate General in their respective countries of origin. Foreign nationals who are currently away from their countries of origin cannot apply by choosing the Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General in the country where they currently stay (non-citizenship).
- Foreign nationals
- Completed secondary education or its equivalent
- Minimum age 18 years and Not older than 27 years of age
- Able to communicate in English (Proven by English Language Proficiency Certificate : TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS or OTHER CERTIFICATE if applicable)
- In good health as proven by Medical Certificate
- Have basic knowledge of the applied field
- Have strong interest to learn the applied field
- Not registered as Darmasiswa’s Alumni
- Not currently studying in Indonesia
- Not currently working in Indonesia
- Curriculum vitae/resume
- Medical certificate
- Passport valid at least 18 months from the time of applying
- Recommendation Letter from Education Institution / Professional Institution on official letterhead and signature (in English)
- Last academic transcript and certificates (in English)
- Language certificate (if applicable)
- Certificates related to the applied field (if applicable)
- Photo passport (color)
- Essay about applicant's purpose of study (in English or Bahasa Indonesia maximum 500 words). A full body video that shows applicant explaining her/his motivation to join the program and what she/he will contribute as an ambassador of Indonesian culture after graduating (video must not exceed 2 minutes duration and can be in English or Indonesian).
I. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
- Receive educational programs prepared by host universities.
- Receive monthly living allowance in the amount of IDR 2,600,000.
- Receive a one-off book allowance in the amount of IDR 2,000,000.
- Receive a one-off settlement allowance in the amount of IDR 2,600,000.
- Receive accommodation and local transportation during the Orientation Program.
- Receive legal stay permit from the Government of Indonesia.
- Receive assistance from host universities in finding a house/room of which the rent is included in the living allowance.
- Receive local health insurance.
- Sign a statement letter provided by the Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General.
- Inform the Bureau of Cooperation and Public Relations, MoECRT regarding the date and time of their arrivals in Indonesia for pick up arrangement.
- Arrive in Indonesia a day before the Orientation Program.
- Attend classes and programs until the end of their Darmasiswa Program.
- Write a trimonthly progress report to the host university.
- Write a final report to the host university and MoECRT after finishing their study in Indonesia.
- Have international insurance.
- Participate in cultural events/activities hosted by Indonesian Embassy/ Consulate General in their home countries.
- Apply for Student VISA (index/type C316).
- Agree to be photographed or videotaped during the program, which will be used for the Darmasiswa Program’s documentation and promotions.
II. ACADEMIC REGULATIONS
CLASSROOM RULES AND ATTENDANCE
- Students must dress courteously and with decency during their study in classroom and on campus (sleeveless tops, shorts and sandals are prohibited).
- Students must turn off cell phones during their study in the classroom.
- Students cannot come late to class more than 15 minutes.
- Permission for nor attending a class session can be given to students only for the following conditions:
- Illness (students must present a doctor’s written statement).
- Immigration matters.
- On duties assigned by the host university.
- Other acceptable excuses as approved by host university.
- Students are not allowed to alter their selected field of study or host university.
- Travelling out of Indonesia during academic period of study is not permitted, except for emergency reasons, such as unexpected death or severe illness of parents and completion of study/graduation ceremony in the country of origin. Maximum allowed time for such travelling is 2 (two) weeks.
- Travelling out of Indonesia is only permitted for 1 (one) time during the academic holidays.
- Participants must get a permission from the host university if point (b) or (c) occurred.
ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES OR STATEMENTS OF STUDY COMPLETION Only participants who meet the academic requirements and sit for the final test of their study is awarded a certificate of study or a statement of study completion by the host university.
III. NON- ACADEMIC REGULATIONS
- Comply with the prevailing laws and regulations of the Republic of Indonesia.
- Comply with the regulations of the host university.
- Not work/earn a living while studying in Indonesia.
- Not engage in political and criminal activities.
- Not get involved with drug trafficking (either as a drug abuser or trafficker).
- Not perform immoral acts.
- Be able to adapt and interact with the surrounding community and culture.
- Not perform any activities related to certain indoctrination.
- Any students who violated academic regulations other than on “classroom rules and attendance” for the first time will be reprimanded by the host university. Upon the second violation, students will receive first warning letter (SP1). Upon the third violation, students will receive a second warning letter (SP2). If students receive a third warning letter (SP3), their scholarship will be terminated and they will be deported.
- Any students who fail to comply with the non-academic regulations stated in point III, may cause the termination of their scholarship.
IV. ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL REGULATIONS
- The scholarship granted to the students conforms with the length of their study program (10 or 12 months).
- Students receive their living allowance every three months. Students are expected to be responsible on their monthly expenditure.
- Students will receive their living allowance providing that they remain in Indonesia during their academic period of study and present progress report.
- Students must submit their passport and other immigration documents upon their arrival in Indonesia to the host university for safety reasons. The host university will provide students their copy passport.