|Deadline||June 15, 2015, 3 p.m.|
|Kontak||Bagian Administrasi Jurusan Sosiologi Fisipol UGM. R. 305 Gdg. BB Lt. 3 Bulaksumur Yogyakarta|
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|Deadline||July 15, 2015, 4 a.m.|
WHY IUP IN PPM?
IUP in PPM has every advantage students can expect for building a bright career as it offers curriculum which is locally embedded and globally connected. The courses will be delivered by distinguished professors with strong academic and professional background, able to bridge theoretical perspectives and real world necessities.
This is the first program in public policy and management accredited by AUN (ASEAN University Network) and DAAD-DIES (German Academic Exchange Service) in Indonesia. The accreditation reaffirms the quality of education we are providing, not only in Indonesia but also in ASEAN and European standards.
Besides, IUP in PPM offers student opportunities to experience international exposure through one of the following tracks:
The exposure is made possible by extensive network with international universities such as:
- Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
- Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Flinders University, Australia
- Korea University, Korea
- La Trobe University, Australia
- Mahidol University, Thailand
- Nagoya University, Japan
- Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
- Thammasat University, Thailand
- Universidade De Sao Paolo, Brazil
- Universitetet i Agder, Norway
- University of Canberra, Australia
- Yonsei University, Korea
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) offers a safe and convenient location for studying and living with affordable living cost and rich multi-cultural atmosphere in Yogyakarta. From connection aspect, the city is widely connected to major regional hubs (e.g Kuala Lumpur and Singapore) and major Indonesian cities (e.g Jakarta, Bali, Balikpapan, Makassar).
Prospective Career Options
- Policy analyst
- Public sector manager
- Community development specialist
- Government official
- NGOs activist
- Multinational corporation executive
- Human resource manager
Our curriculum consists of 3,5 to 4 years program that comprises of core and elective courses to cater basic knowledge and skills in public policy and management as well as the three areas of interest. The program structure is designed as follows:
- University compulsaries (5 courses, 15 credits)
- Faculty compulsaries (6 courses, 17 credits)
- Department compulsaries (17 courses, 68 credits)
- Area of interest (9 courses, 36 credits)
- Electives (3 courses, 9 credits)
The program offers wide variety of learning approaches and innovations, such as full delivery in English, contemporary curriculum, student-centered and research-based learning, experiental learning, international exposure activities, and career development advisory.
Course materials, fully-equipped class room, e-learning facilities, studios/laboratory, library with access to international journals, student lounge, free high-speed internet access, student service office.
|Kontak||+62-812 2622 2210|
|Tag||inteke klubmkp iup jmkp mkp|
Application submission address:
Gedung Direktorat Administrasi Akademik (DAA) Universitas Gadjah Mada, Jl. Pancasila, Boulevard, Bulaksumur, Yogyakarta – 55281.
The registered applicants will undertake academic verification test held by UGM as follows:
a) Gadjah Mada Scholastic Test (≥ 500)
b) AcEPT (Academic English Test) taken at UGM (≥ 500)
INTAKE SCHEDULE FOR SEPTEMBER 2015 ENROLMENT
International Undergraduate Program in Public Policy and Management (IUP in PPM)
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, UGM Unit II – Jl. Prof. Dr. Sardjito, Sekip, Yogyakarta 55281
Phone:+6274 – 563362
Mobile : +62-812 2622 2210
Office Hours:Monday to Thursday: 08.00 am – 04.00 pm
Friday: 08.00 am – 03.00 pm
Information : http://mkp.fisipol.ugm.ac.id
For further informastion, open link http://goo.gl/iLYQcx
|Deadline||July 31, 2015, midnight|
Scholarships for “Improving the Governance of Extractive Industries” training are available!
As part of the Asia Pacific Knowledge Hub program, the Department of Politics and Government in collaboration with the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) will conduct a training course on “Improving the Governance of Extractive Industries”. The training will be held from October 19 – 31, 2015 at the Faculty of Social and Political Science. Expert facilitators and resource persons will lead discussions on five topics in extractive industry governance: (1) socio-environmental impacts, (2) revenue management, (3) tax, royalty, and contract terms, (4) coalition for reforms and (5) expanding disclosure requirements of EITI. The course, delivered in English, is open to civil society organizations, policymakers, members of EITI multi-stakeholder groups and EITI secretariat. Employees of the oil, gas and mining companies, government officials, state-owned enterprise staff, and professionals involved in oil, gas and mining sectors in the Asia Pacific region are invited as observers in this training. We offer competitive scholarships for participants coming from CSOs, journalists, non-profit think tanks and academia from the following countries: Philippines, Myanmar, Vietnam, Timor Leste and Indonesia. Attendance cost, inclusive of accommodation, food and tuition is US$2,000. For more information, please contact Ms. Dian Lestariningsih, Asia Pacific Hub Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Dates :
Information in detail : http://tinyurl.com/no9672n
Application form : http://tinyurl.com/pto286w
|Deadline||June 27, 2015, midnight|
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) was established on 1 January 2011.The “Forest and Climate Change (FOR-CC)” Project is part of the ASEAN-German Programme on Response to Climate Change (GAP-CC), implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in close cooperation with the ASEAN Secretariat (ASEC).
The project supports ASEAN to improve its cooperation and common position on climate change related key topics in the forestry and agriculture sector. Major activities in the project include the support and coordination of the ASEAN Climate Resilience Network (ASEAN-CRN) and the promotion of climate smart agricultural practices in ASEAN member states.
RoleThe position will support the FOR-CC component on Climate Smart Value Chains on all matters of internal and external communications. She / he will work closely with the advisors in the component to ensure that the project communication is up to date, consistent and implemented effectively and efficiently.
Main Tasks The following main tasks are to be implemented by the position, in close cooperation with the project team, related projects or partners, as well as the communications department of the GIZ Office Indonesia.
Revision and up-date of existing communication materials like project briefs, thematic publications and the programme website Coordination of the development of new communication material for FOR-CC, GAP-CC or partner initiatives like the ASEAN-CRNEditing and layout of communication material Support thematic research for communication purposes.
The following qualifications are desired for the position:
Application is by email and has to include:
Please send the required documents in .pdf format to email@example.com
with subject : FORCC – Internship by 27 June 2015
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
|Deadline||June 12, 2015, 4 p.m.|
Terbuka untuk kamu : mahasiswa S1 Universitas Gadjah Mada yang berasal dari FISIPOL, FEB, F. MIPA, dan F. Teknik dan memenuhi persyaratan sebagai berikut:
Akan diambil 25 mahasiswa terpilih untuk mengikuti beasiswa kursus Bahasa Jepang, lalu selanjutnya 10 mahasiswa terbaik akan mendapat kesempatan magang di Toyota Group serta 2 orang berkesempatan diundang kunjungan ke Jepang.
|Kontak||Kantor SP*ACE, Div.Pengembangan Karir | Ruang BA 110 ||
Harap kumpulkan hardfile persyaratan sebagai berikut:
Persyaratan di atas diserahkan paling lambat Jumat, 12 Juni 2015 ke kontak. Pengumuman penerima beasiswa Senin, 22 Juni 2015 via FB FISIPOL dan Web FISIPOL UGM. Bagi yang lolos seleksi akan dihubungi via sms dan e-mail.
|Deadline||May 28, 2015, 4 p.m.|
Bank Indonesia memberikan kesempatan beasiswa kepada 40 orang mahasiswa UGM. Adapun persyaratan adalah sebagai berikut :
|Kontak||Subdit Kesejahteraan Mahasiswa, Direktorat Kemahasiswaan|
Berkas pengajuan beasiswa harap diserahkan ke kontak paling lambat 28 Mei 2015.
|Deadline||May 29, 2015, 2 p.m.|
Hipwee membuka kesempatan magang bagi mahasiswa semua jurusan untuk menjadi bagian dari Tim Redaksional periode Juni - Agustus 2015.
|Kontak||Jalan Srikaloka CT III No.10, Kaliurang KM 5 Depok, Sleman, Yk|
Harap membawa CV dan contoh artikel ke alamat kontak secara langsung pada hari kerja (office hours). Peserta internship akan mendapatkan fasilitas uang saku dan makan siang.
|Deadline||May 23, 2015, midnight|
Frankfurt Zoological Society Indonesia (FZS Indonesia) adalah organisasi nirlaba yang bergerak di bidang konservasi satwa liar yaitu orangutan dan gajah. Kegiatannya berada di Lanskap Bukit Tigapuluh, Jambi. Saat ini FZS Indonesia melakukan program mitigasi Konflik Manusia – Gajah (KMG). Salah satu metode mitigasinya adalah menggunakan Early Warning System/Sistem Peringatan Dini yang ditujukan ke masyarakat (petani) agar bersiaga untuk menghalau gajah (yang dipantau dengan dipasang GPS Collar) agar tidak masuk kebun masyarakat tanpa menyakiti satwa tersebut.
FZS Indonesia membuka lowongan magang untuk posisi “Asisten Petugas Sistem Peringatan Dini” yang akan ditempatkan di Kantor Kota Jambi dan memungkinkan di Kantor Lapangan Kabupaten Tebo, Provinsi Jambi.
Tugas dan tanggung jawab:
Kirimkan surat lamaran dan daftar riwayat hidup paling lambat tanggal 23 Mei 2015 ke: Fzs.firstname.lastname@example.org
Catatan tambahan :
|Deadline||May 31, 2015, 11 p.m.|
Humanitarian supply chain management (SCM) is defined by the IFRC as ‘acquiring and delivering requested supplies and services at the places and times they are needed, whilst ensuring best value for money; in the immediate aftermath of any [type of] disaster or reconstruction situation, including items that are vital for survival, such as food, water, temporary shelter and medicine’. Humanitarian Logistics is part and parcel of the wider humanitarian SCM. Recent research has shown a need for multi-dimensional understanding of humanitarian SCM. Both from a technical perspective (logistics, information gathering, warehousing, pre-positioning, transportation, distribution) as well as from a strategic perspective (decision making, co-ordination, inter-organisational co-operation, public-private partnerships, contribution to long-term recovery through knowledge transfer) conceptualisation and field-sustained research has been conducted for the benefit of producing deeper knowledge of global humanitarian SCM. With an estimated 22 billion USD spent in 2013 on humanitarian aid (GHA report 2014; calculations based on both public as well as private spending) in response to natural disasters and complex emergencies one can easily see the need for professional and efficient humanitarian SCM, which is involved in 80% of all relief activities.
Asia and South-East Asia over the past decade have become increasingly prone to especially natural disasters. Be it because of climate change, man-made interference with nature or ‘simple’ geological circumstances, more frequently hazards have materialized into disasters, affecting the lives of millions and demanding increasing national and international humanitarian response. Indonesia is certainly an example in kind. From Tsunami’s to earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions and flooding, the vulnerability of the Indonesian population is quite high.
Over the past decade international humanitarian aid to Indonesia amounted to 242 million USD annually on average, leaving aside the sizeable amounts the Indonesian government spent on disaster response, risk reduction and preparedness. Given the size of the country, the state of its infrastructure and therefore issues of accessibility, proper attention to humanitarian logistics has been of prime importance.
An interesting development here is the growing role of ASEAN´s AHA Centre, the coordinating centre for humanitarian assistance on disaster management. Located in Jakarta, the AHA Centre progressively facilitates co-operation and co-ordination among the parties involved in disaster situations, and promotes regional collaboration with relevant United Nations and international organizations. Especially in the field of humanitarian logistics ASEAN´s AHA Centre has rapidly become a factor of influence over the past years.
The increasing importance of Humanitarian Supply Chain Management in the current disaster policy landscape gives a perfect rationale for the organizing of the Summer School.
The learning objectives and expected outcomes of this Summer School is for the participants to acquire:
|Kontak||Andrean Sangabie 0274-563362 ext 117 | 08976870820|
Date and Venue
The Summer School Program will take place in Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta (details about venue and directions will be made available later), from 6th to 10th of July 2015.
To register, please do the following steps:
Please be advised that registration fee only includes reading materials, field trip, lunches, reception and farewell dinner. Local accommodation and travel expenses are not included in the registration fee. Please check our website to see our recommended options for hotels near the venue in Yogyakarta.
|Deadline||May 7, 2015, midnight|
About UGM-Osaka University RESPECT Satellite Office
Established in March 2013, UGM-Osaka University RESPECT Satellite Office is a collaborative project, hosted by the Institute of International Studies (IIS) of the Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Gadjah Mada, that aims to support the development of Disaster Resilient Community in Indonesia. IIS partners with BPBD Yogyakarta (Regional Disaster Management Agency) in engaging communities and institutionalizing as well as mainstreaming disaster management.
The job position is to support the integration of CARED into BPBD's disaster information system. CARED is a smartphone-based wide-view disaster information and prediction system developed by the satellite office. The officer will act as a liaison to facilitate coordination between the satellite office and BPBD Yogyakarta Special Region. We invite technologically-capable, highly-motivated and creative young professional between 20-27 years old to join our office as Program Officer of CARED. This is a full time job with the following key duties and responsibilities:
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Please submit the following documents: