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INDONESIA RECENT HIGHER EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT. Berlin , March 12 , 2012. DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia. Indonesia Education: Managing a Big Size. complex challenging noble. Population 240 million.

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INDONESIA RECENT HIGHER EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT

Berlin, March 12, 2012

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Ministry of Education and Culture

Republic of Indonesia

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Indonesia Education: Managing a Big Size

  • complex
  • challenging
  • noble

Population

240 million

targeted composition of indonesian workers
Targeted Composition of Indonesian Workers

2025

Education :

2010

2015

(Targeted)

(Targeted)

Tertiary Education:

4,8%

6%

8%

Diploma I/II/III:

2,8%

8%

4%

8,2%

Secondary (general):

8,2%

8,2%

8,2%

10%

18%

Secondary (voc.):

20%

14,7%

16%

19,1%

24%

22%

Junior Secon.:

50,4%

40%

20%

≤ Elementary:

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National Policy on

Education Development 2010-2014

...education development aimed to produce quality oh Indonesian human resources through increasing availability, affordability, equity, quality, and assurance in education services...

5 TOP PRIORITY

QUALITY OF INDONESIAN

HUMAN RESOURCES

5

INCREASING QUALITY OF TEACHERS

ACADEMIC

HE

INCREASING ACCESS AND COMPETITIVENESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

4

SE

3

INCREASING ACCESS AND QUALITY OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

INTEGRATION & HABITUATION

exploring – strengthening - empowering

BE

2

COMPLETION OF 9 YEARS COMPULSORY EDUCATION

PS

CHARACTER

1

INCREASING ACCESS FOR PRE-SCHOOL

mapping of indonesian higher education
Mapping of Indonesian Higher Education

Uni. Tarakan

Poli. Babel

Poli. Sorong

Poli. BPapan

Poli. Batam

Poli. Nusa Utara

Uni. Babel

Uni. Musamus

Umrah

Poli. Bengkalis

4.486

12.985

2.633

2.266

3.550

5.543

1.685

1.038

4.393

1.035

4.846

761

3.089

2.202

4.393

Uni. Teuku Umar

3.626

7.446

2.231

2.851

1.713

7.596

8.033

IT-Kalimantan

9.588

1.531

ISB

32.380

10.644

43.021

37.476

3.891

3.452

Legenda

4.679

4.496

Jumlah Mahasiswa (ribu)

4.273

237.348

Jumlah Penduduk (ribu)

Poli. Sampang

IT-Sumatera

Sumber: PDPT, 2011

Poli. Banyuwangi

Uni. Sikka

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dikti scholarship 08 11 total of 2832
DIKTI Scholarship (08-11)Total of 2832

EU (17)

506

128

342

(32.3%)

Asia (10)

642

131

268

(35.5%)

North America (2)

48

31

30

(3.7%)

Oceania (2)

498

111

197

(27.5%)

Year:

2008-09

2010

2011

distribution of dikti scholarship recipients at german universities 2008 2011
Distribution of DIKTI Scholarship Recipients At German Universities (2008 - 2011)

1100 scholarships allocated yearly to study abroad

language training participants 2012

B1

B2

Class

Language Training Participants 2012

37

13

Goethe Institut

> 5.5

5 – 5.5

Initial IELTS

7 English Training Center

144

95

Feb – July 2012

1 dikti scholarship award modalities
1DIKTI Scholarship/Award Modalities
  • Graduate Degrees

 PhD & Masters

 Double-degree or Joint Degree (Masters & PhD (in the pipeline))

 Achievers Scholarship (BeasiswaUnggulan)

  • Doctoral Research Program

 Sandwich-like program for in-country PhD candidates

(maximum of 4 months overseas)

  • Scheme for Academic Mobility & Exchange (SAME)

 Prog. for institutional development & International appointment

(maximum of 4 months overseas)

  • Research (joint research and publication)

 Program for Academic mobility and exchange (SAME)

(maximum of 4 months overseas)

4 same
4SAME
  • Scheme for Academic Mobility & Exchange
    • Professor Mobility between Indonesia & foreign counterparts, particularly for Joint-degree programme
    • Indonesian lecturers invited to promote Indonesian studies overseas (a maximum of 4 months)
    • Indonesian lecturers posted at international agencies, such as UNESCO (a maximum of 4 months)
priorities
PRIORITIES
  • Countries:

USA, Germany, Austria, China, India, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, New Zealand, East Europe

  • Universities:

Kanazawa University, University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, NKCU, University of Sydney,

dikti collaboration with germany
DIKTI Collaboration with Germany

Education Collaboration

  • DIKTI – DAAD
      • DIKTI provides funding for in-country German language training at Goethe Institute in Jakarta
      • DAAD provides scholarships for Indonesian lecturers to pursue graduate degrees in Germany
  • Indonesia-Germany Debt-Swap Program
      • DIKTI scholarship recipients studying in Germany as portion of Indonesian debt payment