04 Dec Beneficial Information About Education Partnership in Indonesia
Education partnership in Indonesia precisely help both education institutions, universities, industries, and government to evolve in long time, get significant relationship, and gain collaborations for the enrichment of education and growth between Indonesia and other countries in the worldwide.
Cooperation includes student mobility, teacher exchanges and training, curriculum development, degree cooperation such as two plus two, double degrees, study abroad, research cooperation, etc., and is based on the needs of partners. At the core of our work, these partnerships aim to increase the accessibility of international higher education throughout Indonesia.
The Indonesian Education Partnership works with Indonesian and international universities and consortia to proudly help advance the goals of bilateral education partnerships with Indonesia in a number of countries, including the United States and New Zealand.
By providing active partnership promotion for Indonesian public and private universities and international institutions, the Indonesian Education Partnership assists the two countries in advancing their cooperation goals and achieving their research, development, and higher education promotion goals.
In order to meet the broader needs of the development of the Indonesian workforce, the Indonesian Education Partnership assists the industry and the government to contact the most suitable international university partners to customize and provide industry-specific short courses, certification programs and executive education.
To support the development of Indonesia’s labor and industry needs, we have established a relationship that meets the specific needs and interests of the host organization in order to expand our capabilities with high-quality international education partners.
Partnership With Australia
Australia and Indonesia have established extensive partnerships in higher education, vocational education and training, and research. These connections between international partners bring mutual benefits, and cooperation can increase the mobility of students and academic staff, improve research investment and output, and greater transfer of technology and innovation.
In 2016, there were more than 300 partnerships between Australian and Indonesian higher education institutions, some of which date back more than 20 years. Some examples of opportunities created through inter-agency partnerships include joint projects, faculty and student exchanges, credit transfer agreements, collaborative research, and co-publishing.
International cooperation in the field of vocational education and training enables partners to share experience and expertise, respond to common challenges, and actively contribute to the development of skills that support participation in an increasingly global economy.
Australia’s world-class research organizations and companies actively cooperate with Indonesian partners in the fields of research, innovation and science. The Ministry of Innovation, Industry and Science provides practical advice, including financial support, on how to seek Australian partners for scientific and research cooperation.
The Australian Ambassador Principal’s Lecture Series is called PLS and was initiated by Ambassador Paul Griggson in 2015 as part of the Australian Embassy’s commitment to support education in Indonesia.
Since then, PLS has been conducted at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta and the Australian Consulate General in Bali, Makassar and Surabaya. PLS supports the professional development of principals and supervisors. Participants can take this opportunity to share good practices in school improvement and learn lessons that can be applied to their schools.
PLS also provides opportunities for interested embassy staff and visiting officials to have informal contacts with Indonesian education leaders and managers, and to deepen Australia’s involvement in this field.
The assistance will be concentrated in areas such as financial sector supervision, budgeting, and macroeconomic management. In terms of human development, our plan will promote change and build capacity to provide better health and education outcomes at the community level, including in the poorer eastern regions.
Our Australia Awards scholarships provide a considerable educational bonus for the future leaders of Indonesia and the precious connections between people.