2. Study abroad 2 Q Australia (Unisa or Adelaide) For Clinical Psychology

…. juga akan melanjutkan pendidikan disini. Negeri  Kangguru, salah satu negeri yang menawarkan kualitas pendidikan yang diatas rata-rata, sehingga setela belajar disana, kualitas layanan untuk berbagi indahnya belajar semakin diatas rata-rata, seperti tujuan pendidikan untuk meningkatkan kualitas hidup manusia.

Adalaide, kota di Selatan Australia yang menawan. Kondisi kota yang tertata, pluralisme, dan kombinasi modern life and natural. Especially, i look a welcome for muslim, to gather in society and be facilitated.

This is it….

For PostGraduate of Psychology,  start from here …

School of Psychology involve in Faculty of Health Science.

Contact in : North Terrace Campus
Level 4, Hughes Building
The University of Adelaide
SA 5005
AUSTRALIA
Email Telephone: +61 8 8303 5693
(Country and interstate callers toll free on 1800 061 459)
Facsimile: +61 8 8303 3770

School of Psychology

The School of Psychology has a history dating back to 1896. Today it is one of the six Schools of the Faculty of Health Sciences with its main location on the main North Terrace campus in the centre of Adelaide. The School also includes several teaching clinics and practices, including the Centre for the Treatment of Anxiety and Depression (CTAD) in partnership with Central Northern Adelaide Health Service and Ngartunna Wiltanendi, in collaboration with Families SA.

The School offers students a range of accredited pathways for studying psychology, including the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and the Bachelor of Psychological Science as well as three professional master programs, a Graduate Diploma in Psychological Sciences, and the PhD program. All members of academic staff are research active, with the School’s major strengths in the areas of health and clinical psychology, cognition and brain, and social and organisational psychology.

http://www.adelaide.edu.au/jobs/current/17003,17004/#applications

http://www.adelaide.edu.au/jobs/current/17007/

The School of Psychology offers the following programs

Undergraduate Programs

  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science
  • Psychology as a Major in
    • Bachelor of Arts
    • Bachelor of Commerce
    • Bachelor of Economics
    • Bachelor of Health Sciences
    • Bachelor of Maths & Computer Science
    • Bachelor of Science
    • Bachelor of Social Science
  • Honours in Psychology

Postgraduate Coursework Programs

  • Graduate Diploma in Psychological Sciences
  • Master of Clinical Psychology (Defence)
  • Master of Psychology (Clinical)
  • Master of Psychology (Organisational & Human Factors)
  • Master of Psychology (Health)
  • Master of Psychology (Clinical) / PhD

Postgraduate Research Programs

  • Master of Medical Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Next on Clinical

Master of Psychology (Clinical) & Combined Master of Psychology (Clinical) and Doctor of Philosophy

Graduate Attributes

University Postgraduate Calendar

Information Brochure

The School of Psychology Master of Psychology (Clinical) degree program consists of three major components: coursework, research thesis and field placements. The program involves two years full-time or four years part-time study.

Aim

The aim of this program is to provide graduates with the tertiary-level education required to be eligible for registration as a Psychologist and eligibility for membership of the Australian Psychological Society’s (APS) College of Clinical Psychologists.

The APS College of Clinical Psychologists defines clinical psychology as “a specialist branch of psychology which is concerned with the development, prevention and treatment of emotional problems in children, adolescents and adults. A distinguishing feature of clinical psychology is its focus on scientific training, clinical practice and research with persons disabled by psychological problems including those with the most severe mental disorders.” The approved model for training is the “scientist-practitioner” model, which means maintaining a scholarly and critical approach to the scientific evidence-base of the profession, and to the evaluation of one’s own practice, as well as contributing to the further development of scientific clinical psychology and staying up to date with the contributions of others.

Objectives

The program has two key objectives. The first is to provide thorough theoretical and clinical skills preparation in core areas to meet formal requirements for entry to the profession (as determined by its accrediting bodies). The second is to prepare graduates to accept responsibility for continual self-monitoring and development after graduation, skills that are essential to ongoing professional practice.

Prerequisites

The program is available to graduates with an Honours degree in Psychology. Selection procedures depend on academic results, referee reports and a structured interview.

The South Australian Psychological Board recognises the program as equivalent to the two year supervision requirement for registration purposes under the proclaimed Psychological Practices Act, 1973.

International Students need to apply via the International Office

The Program

The program is available to graduates with an Honours degree in Psychology. Selection procedures depend on academic results, referee reports and a structured interview. It is important that Honours students who wish to be considered for Masters enrolment should make an application, using the relevant form via SATAC by 2 November 2009

Currently the program has accreditation for entry to the APS and approval from the APS College of Clinical Psychologists, and the South Australian Psychological Board recognises the program as equivalent to the two year supervision requirement for registration purposes under the proclaimed Psychological Practices Act, 1973. The School undergoes regular accreditation by APAC, the national psychology accreditation body, which specifies the curriculum and training methods for programs such as this throughout Australia. The APAC Accreditation Standards and CCP Guidelines are available at APAC.

To assist the program to maintain credibility and relevance by reflecting theoretical and practical developments in psychology and serving students responsibly, a Masters External Advisory Committee (MAC) advises the School on relevant issues. Membership includes practising psychologists on the Register of the South Australian Psychological Board, one or more currently enrolled students, and a graduate, as well as School representation and a member of the tenured academic staff from a cognate School. There is also an internal Master’s Committee consisting of the School members with major teaching roles in this degree program.

Degree Structure

The program commences in late January of the first year of study. It is very demanding, and some coursework, practical placement and research requirements are undertaken outside the Semesters, during periods regarded as vacations for undergraduate students.

Full-time students must be available from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (and part-time students for the half-time equivalent) and they must arrange any other commitments to fit in with scheduled courses, research and placements. It is not feasible to undertake much employment during your candidature, or to take more than 4 weeks’ leave per year. It is very important that you note this because the program must be completed within four years from commencement.

In the normal pattern of study, students enrolled on a full-time basis will complete seven courses of study and one placement, during first year. They should also do preliminary work on their research project although they will not enrol formally for this until second year. During second year they will complete two further placements, and the research project. Students may wish to consider linking the research project to one of the placements.

it’s more interesting with it….

Clinic

CTAD Clinic

Located at the Thebarton Campus
30 Anderson Street
Thebarton SA 5031
Phone: 8222 8100

The Centre for Treatment of Anxiety and Depression (CTAD) is a joint initiative between the Faculty of Health Science’s School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide and the Central Northern Adelaide Health Service.

The Centre’s main focus will be treating patients suffering anxiety and depression using a method known as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. This therapy lasts between 8 to 12 weeks, and has produced significant empirical evidence of success in the treatment of anxiety and depression.

The University of Adelaide and Families SA Clinic

Ngartunna Wiltanendi (aka the Northern Child and Family Clinic) is a collaboration between Families SA and the University of Adelaide and is funded by Families SA

Ngartunna Wiltanendi is Kaurna for ‘Children Growing Stronger’

I like to take a topic about this for my thesis….

continue…. in this Postgraduate 2012 Leaflet and Prospectus 2012 for Postgraduate CourseWork

1. Study abroad 1 Q Fukuoka Japan .. For Clinical Psychology

Ku akan melanjutkan studi S2 di bidang Psikologi Klinis atau Pendidikan, salah satu tempat yang ku impikan untuk menambah ilmu dan meningkatkan pengalaman untuk aplikasi ilmu psikologi yang kupilih untuk pendidikan sarjanaku.

Hmm…lihat lambang ini

waahhh….ku akan jadi bagian dari almamater ini tahun 2013, sebagai mahasiswa Master of Psychology Development Clinical.

Ini lho gedung kampusnya…

Hihi….kecil berkarisma. I’ll be there…

Oy…sekalian mari kita berkenalan dengan para profesornya

1. Nojima Kazuhiko, Professor Clinical Psychology Department of Human Sciences Faculty of Human-Environment Studies (http://hyoka.ofc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/search/details/K000577/english.html)

2. Rumi Fukudome, Professor,Faculty of Arts and Science.  (http://hyoka.ofc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/search/details/K002181/english.html)

3. Seiichi Tajima, Professor,Department of clinical psychology, Graduate school of Human Environment Studies Department of Human SciencesFaculty of Human-Environment Studies. (http://hyoka.ofc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/search/details/K000480/english.html)

6. Koichi TOYA, Associate Professor Department of clinical psychology and community studiesDepartment of Human SciencesFaculty of Human-Environment Studies. (http://hyoka.ofc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/search/details/K000287/english.html)
7. Osamu Kitayama, Professor Emeritus Department of Clinical Psychology and Community StudiesDepartment of Human SciencesFaculty of Human-Environment Studies. (http://hyoka.ofc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/search/details/K000586/english.html)
9. Kentaro Masuda, Professor Clinical Psychology Educational Administration,Department of Human Sciences, Faculty of Human-Environment Studies.(http://hyoka.ofc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/search/details/K002697/english.html)
10.

Tips for Study in Aussie From Kemenlu

Sistem pendidikan Australia mempunyai reputasi internasional yang kuat, dan terkenal atas strukturnya yang efektif dan perkembangan kebijakan yang inovatif sehingga menjadi acuan bagi.banyak negara lain untuk meningkatkan kualitas sistem pendidikannya.
Universitas-universitas Australia telah dikenal atas kualitas pengajaran dan penelitiannya, mahasiswa akan belajar dari para pengajar yang merupakan pakar dalam industrinya, dan dapat memberi pemahaman yang mendalam tentang bidang studi yang dipilih. Selain itu mahasiswa juga mendapatkan kesempatan untuk mengembangkan ketrampilan akademik yang kuat yang dapat diterapkan ke bidang-bidang lain, dan belajar untuk berpikir kreatif dan mandiri.
Australia memberikan kebebasan untuk memilih jalur yang sesuai dengan keinginan mahasiwa.  Seluruh program studi yang ditawarkan akan memberikan pengalaman pendidikan yang unik. Selama belajar di Australia mahasiswa akan didorong untuk memiliki pemikiran yang inovatif, kreatif, dan mandiri. Mahasiswa akan diberikan kesempatan untuk belajar dan bekerja sebagai bagian dari tim, untuk dapat berkomunikasi secara efektif dengan orang lain dan untuk mengembangkan ketrampilan praktis serta kemampuan intelektual yang perlukan agar sukses di tingkat global.
Beberapa manfaat belajar di Australia adalah:
• Memungkinkan untuk Belajar sambil Bekerja

Dalam hal inovasi dan kualitas, metode Australia untuk pendidikan kejuruan dan pelatihan merupakan salah satu yang terbaik di dunia. Mahasiswa akan mendapat peluang untuk keluar dari ruang kelas dan mempraktekkan ketrampilan yang dimiliki di tempat kerja nyata maupun simulasi. Ini akan memberi Anda keunggulan nyata dibanding lulusan lain dan memberikan kesempatan untuk belajar sambil bekerja.
• Lingkungan belajar yang baik dan kondusif

Mahasiswa di Australia akan belajar dalam sebuah kerangka kerja kurikulum nasional yang menjamin standar akademik yang tinggi dalam delapan bidang studi utama, termasuk bahasa Inggris, matematika, sains dan seni. Para pengajar berkomitmen untuk mendorong pertumbuhan, keterampilan, pengetahuan, intelektual dan kepribadian.
• Meningkatkan kemampuan berbahasa Inggris

Belajar bahasa Inggris di Australia akan memberikan peluang untuk menggunakan dan meningkatkan kemampuan berbahasa Inggris. Lembaga pendidikan bahasa Inggris di Australia memiliki fasilitas video, perpustakaan, dan pendidikan dengan bantuan komputer untuk membantu Anda menjadi pembicara bahasa Inggris yang fasih dalam waktu singkat. Anda bahkan dapat menemukan program yang sesuai dengan kebutuhan spesifik Anda.
Tempat Tinggal / Akomodasi
Mendapatkan akomodasi yang tepat merupakan salah satu tantangan terbesar yang dihadapi mahasiswa  baru, dan menemukan tempat yang sesuai dengan anggaran yang dimiliki akan lebih sulit lagi.
Terdapat kekurangan hunian yang terjangkau di seluruh Australia, dan hal ini berdampak bagi siapapun, mahasiswa internasional maupun penduduk Australia sendiri, oleh karena itu sangatlah penting  untuk mempersiapkan dan memperhitungkan biaya hunian yang tinggi  sebelum datang ke Australia, dan harus mempunyai dana yang cukup untuk mengantisipasi kemungkinan kenaikan biaya sewa.
Ada baiknya untuk mengatur akomodasi sementara sebelum datang ke Australia. Ini memberikan waktu untuk mengenal lokasi sekitar kampus  dan mencari tempat permanen untuk tinggal.  Beberapa alternatif pilihan untuk tempat tinggal adalah:
• Homestay

Homestay adalah cara yang sangat baik bagi para siswa internasional  untuk mengalami langsung kehidupan Australia, dan memanfaatkan keamanan dan pengawasan dari orang setempat. Makanan biasanya termasuk dalam biayanya, tapi terkadang juga tersedia homestay dengan makanan yang diatur sendiri.
Lembaga pendidikan memiliki daftar keluarga yang dapat menerima siswa internasional selama tahun akademik. Lembaga pendidikan juga memeriksa apakah keluarga ini bereputasi baik dan menawarkan akomodasi dengan standar yang memadai.
• Penginapan Hostel dan Guest House

Hostel biasanya dikelola oleh organisasi seperti Youth Hostels Australia dan Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA). Siswa akan berbagi fasilitas dapur dan kamar mandi.
• Akomodasi bersama / Akomodasi sewa

Akomodasi bersama di luar kampus sangat populer di kalangan siswa internasional. Anda dapat melihat iklannya di papan-papan pengumuman kampus dan di surat kabar setempat. Umumnya Anda harus menyediakan perabot sendiri.
Saat menyewa rumah, apartemen atau kamar, pemilik biasanya meminta pembayaran sewa di muka, dan meminta jaminan keamanan senilai biaya sewa satu bulan.
• Sekolah Berasrama
Banyak sekolah menengah swasta menyediakan jasa akomodasi, termasuk makan dan cuci bagi siswa internasional. Biaya pendidikan tidak termasuk biaya asrama.
• Akomodasi Dalam Kampus

Sebagian besar universitas dan beberapa lembaga pendidikan kejuruan menawarkan berbagai jenis akomodasi di dalam atau di dekat kampus, seperti apartemen, sekolah tinggi residensial (residential college) atau asrama (halls of residence). Biayanya tergantung jenis akomodasinya.
Sekolah tinggi residensial atau residential colleges sedikit lebih mahal dan menyediakan akomodasi beserta makan. Juga mungkin memiliki fasilitas olah raga dan sosial, pembimbingan, perpustakaan, dan komputer.
Asrama atau halls of residence berlokasi di dalam atau di dekat kampus. Siswa biasanya mendapatkan makanan dan jasa kebersihan. Siswa harus mendaftar sejak dini karena permintaan akan kamar cukup tinggi.
Visa / Ijin Tinggal Pelajar

Mahasiwa yang bukan bukan warga negara Australia, tapi ingin memanfaatkan sistem pendidikan dan pelatihan dapat mengajukan  visa pelajar.
Visa diberikan oleh Departemen Imigrasi dan Kewarganegaraan (DIAC) Australia. DIAC hanya akan memberikan visa pelajar jika program studi yang dipilih telah terdaftar, atau merupakan bagian dari program studi yang terdaftar, secara full time. Program studi yang terdaftar adalah program studi yang ditawarkan oleh penyedia pendidikan Australia yang telah terdaftar oleh Pemerintah Australia untuk menawarkan studi kepada siswa asing. Daftar dapat dilihat  pada situs web Commonwealth Register of Courses and Institutions for Overseas Students (CRICOS) untuk mendapatkan informasi lebih lanjut.
Hanya kursus yang berjangka waktu kurang dari tiga bulan yang bisa diikuti dengan visa pengunjung atau visa liburan kerja. Jika rencana studi lebih dari tiga bulan, harus mengajukan aplikasi visa pelajar.
Keuntungan untuk studi dengan visa pelajar antara lain:
• Mendapat akses ke asuransi kesehatan siswa yang disubsidi di Australia;
• Diizinkan untuk studi lebih lama dari tiga bulan; dan
• Dapat mengajukan izin bekerja paruh waktu.
Visa pelajar dapat diajukan segera setelah mendapatkan surat penawaran (letter of offer) atau Konfirmasi Penerimaan (Confirmation of Enrolment/CoE) elektronik untuk program studi full time.  Disarankan untuk menunggu sampai kantor Pemerintah Australia setempat memberi tahu  untuk mendaftar atau mendapatkan CoE. Kantor Pemerintah Australia setempat juga dapat memberi informasi tentang cara mengajukan aplikasi, dan dokumen apa saja yang perlu  lampirkan untuk palikasi visa pelajar.
Untuk keterangan lebih lanjut tentang cara membuat aplikasi dan dokumen apa saja yang dipersyaratkan pemohon dapet mengubungi Kedutaan Besar Australia atau Perwakilan Kantor Australia setampat.
Umumnya, pemohon akan mendapatkan visa dengan hak masuk beberapa kali (multiple entry) untuk selama masa studi di Australia. Visa ini mengizinkan  pemegangnya untuk masuk dan keluar Australia selama dalam periode berlakunya visa. Untuk perpanjangan masa tinggal di Australia untuk studi lanjutan harus mengajukan kembali aplikasi visa. (Pusdiklat: diolah dari berbagai sumber;  studyinaustralia.gov.au; www.immi.gov.au)

Master & PhD Scholarships, Honjo International Scholarship Foundation, Japan

Requirements for foreign students applying for scholarships in 2012

Eligibility

This scholarship is open to foreign students who will attend a graduate school at a Japanese university after April 1, 2012.

Number of Scholarships Available

15 to 20 students

Requirements

To be considered for the scholarship, the student must satisfy ALL of the requirement criteria below:

  1. The student is registered to attend a graduate school in Japan and does not possess Japanese citizenship. His or her academic achievement as well as moral character is exemplary. He or she must be considered to be in need of financial aid due to extenuating financial circumstances.
  2. The student must be registered to attend or have been accepted to attend a graduate school after April 1, 2012. He or she must be able to provide any of the following documentation: a certificate of enrollment, letter of admission or a letter attesting to the fact that the student has been accepted.
  3. To be eligible, students enrolled in a PhD Program must have been born after March 31, 1976. Those enrolled in a Master’s Program must have been born after March 31, 1981.
  4. The student must be able to assure the committee that he or she will be able to secure employment in his or her home country after graduating from a graduate school.
  5. The student must have a deep understanding of international friendship and goodwill, and be committed to make his or her contribution.
  6. The student must be able to carry an everyday conversation in Japanese. Interviews will be conducted in Japanese.

Other Rules

  1. The student is not permitted to receive any other scholarship in conjunction with the scholarship offered by the Honjo International Scholarship Foundation.
  2. The student cannot gain employment other than part-time work related to his or her studies such as teaching assistant, research assistant, translator or interpreter while receiving this scholarship

Amount and Duration of Scholarships

1. Scholarships

  1. ¥200,000 per month for1 or 2 years
  2. ¥180,000 per month for 3 years
  3. ¥150,000 per month for 4 or 5 years
  • The period is set in accordance with the shortest period of time required to complete the intended degree. The student, once awarded the scholarship will be able to choose either option 1 or 2.
  • An extension will not be given on the pre-determined scholarship period nor would the student be allowed to change his or her courses after the scholarship period has commenced.

2. Others

Travel expenses for conferences, other expenses will be covered regarding to the scholarship rules

Selection Process

  1. Applications are accepted between October 1, 2011 and November 30, 2011.
  2. First selection: The first selection will be conducted with documents submitted by applicants. The results of the first selection will be announced by January 1, 2012.
  3. Second selection: Interviews will be conducted between February 1 and 15, 2012, in Tokyo. Its detailed schedule will be communicated at a later date directly to those who passed the first step of the selection process.
  4. Scholarship awarded: Mid-March, 2012.

How to Apply

  1. Please visit the website below and write a form, and get your application number. http://www.hisf.or.jp/english/index.html
  2. Write down the application number you got on the application form and send by post mail the documents listed below to the Administration Office.
    • a) Scholarship application form (provided by the Foundation). Please make sure to write your application numbers and attach your photo to the form as instructed.
    • b) Your resume (provided by the Foundation)
    • c) Personal information form (provided by the Foundation)
    • d) Academic transcript: Please provide the transcript i) from the university where you graduated AND ii) any other courses that you are currently taking or have taken in the past. If you transferred into the university, the transcript from the previous school is needed. Photocopies are acceptable.
    • e) Research plan: In Japanese, describe focusing around following four points; i) an outline of your research; ii) projected schedule between now and graduation; iii) plans and goals for the future; iv) research you have conducted in the past (if any). There is no limit on the number of pages or style. Typed or hand-written.
    • f) One letter of recommendation from a professor. (This confidential letter should mention the applicant’s academic achievements, character/personality, and his or her potential for the future.) There is no limit on the number of pages or style.
    • g) A certificate of enrollment or a letter of admission. (Photocopies are acceptable.)
  1. Your application package will be not returned to you.
  2. Your personal information provided by you for the purpose of applying for our scholarship will be not used for any other purposes than for the scholarship selection process except for the following cases.
    • a) During the scholarship selection process, individuals on the selection committee may obtain/view your application package.
    • b) In order to avoid awarding multiple scholarships to an individual, we provide a list of the names of the students who were awarded the scholarship to the universities and other foundations also offering scholarships.
  1. Please make sure you enclose all the necessary documents listed above as your application package will not be eligible if it was found to be incomplete.
  2. We will announce the results of the first selection on January 31 by posting on our web site the application numbers of the students who will continue to the next step of the selection process.

Application Deadline: Postmarked on/by November 30, 2011.

Receiving the Scholarship

  1. The payment of the scholarship money will be issued starting from April, 2012.
  2. The scholarship winners are under no obligation to repay the amount they receive from the Foundation.
  3. Scholarship payment will be stopped if circumstances listed below arise.
    • a) Due to sickness or other reasons, the student is no longer able to continue his or her studies and/or research.
    • b) When the supervising professor of the student deemed him or her unsuitable for his or her studies and/or research.
    • c) When the student suffered from low academic achievement or displayed dishonorable behavior.
    • d) When the student behaved in a way that endangers the reputation of the Foundation and the other scholarship winners.
  1. In case the serious fraud or malicious acts are found in the application process or during the study or the research, Honjo International Scholarship Foundation may request the scholarship student to return the scholarship that has already paid.

Others

  1. You need to come for an individual interview every month; we would like you to participate to events that we will hold.
  2. After you graduated, please come to our alumni events.
  3. We have the Research Fellowship program for alumni scholars.

Please send your application package to:

Honjo International Scholarship Foundation

1-14-9, Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0063

Tel: +81-3-3468-2214

Fax: +81-3-3468-2264

Website http://www.hisf.or.jp

Send inquiries to info@hisf.or.jp

 

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Master’s Degree Program in International Development

The Korea International Cooperation Agency was founded as a government agency on April 1, 1991, to maximize the effectiveness of Korea’s grant aid programs for developing countries by implementing the government’s grant aid and technical cooperation programs.

In the past, development cooperation efforts were focused on meeting the Basic Human Needs (BHNs) of developing countries and on fostering their Human Resources Development (HRD).

However, the focus has now shifted to promoting sustainable development, strengthening partnerships with developing partners, and enhancing the local ownership of beneficiaries.

Additionally, global concerns such as the environment, poverty reduction, gender mainstreaming, and population have gained significant importance among donor countries.

Due to the continuously changing trends in development assistance efforts and practices, KOICA is striving to adapt to these changes by using its limited financial resources effectively on areas where Korea has a comparative advantage.

In particular, since Korea has the unique experience of developing from one of the poorest countries in the world to one of the most economically advanced, this knowhow is an invaluable asset that helps KOICA to efficiently support the sustainable socio-economic development of its partner countries.

Program Title: Master’s Degree Program in International Development

Duration: February 16, 2012 ~ February 28, 2013 (13 months)

Objectives

  • To develop human resources that will contribute to the socio-economic advancement of developing countries
  • To train experts (in the fields of International Development and Trade) needed by the developing countries

Training Institute: Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University (http://gsis.korea.ac.kr)

Number of Participants: 20 persons

Language: English

Accommodations: International Cooperation Center (ICC) and at the Dormitory of Korea University (CJ I House)

APPLICATION ELIGIBILITY

Government officials or researchers working in his/her home country with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher, and who should:

  • Be under the age of 40
  • Be nominated by her Government
  • Have sufficient command of spoken and written English;
  • Be in good health, both physically and mentally, to undergo the course;
  • Not have had experience in any of KOICA’s training courses within the past three years in the same field.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

a. Admission Decision Procedure

  • Round 1: Evaluation of Application Package
  • Round 2: Interview by phone

*Note: An interview will be conducted only for those applicants who have passed Round1. The phone interview will be conducted strictly in English and the applicants’ educational objectives and development potential will primarily be evaluated.

b. Application & Registration Timetable

  • Application Submission Due: ~ December 6, 2011
  • Application Document Review by KUGSIS committee: December 7, 2011 ~ December 13, 2011
  • Telephone interview by KUGSIS committee: December 14, 2011 ~ December 15, 2011
  • Final Admission Decision by KOICA Committee: December 16, 2011 ~ December 23, 2011
  • Admission Announcement: December 27, 2011
  • Release of Letter of Admission & Visa Document: ~ January 9, 2012
  • Arrival in Korea: February 16, 2012
  • Preliminary Session: 4th week of February, 2012

c. Checklist of Documents to Be Submitted

  1. A completed application form (KUGSIS Application Form & KOICA Application Form)
  2. A Statement of Purpose: SOP is the essential part for our evaluation to see whether you are qualified for this program or not. It should be 3 pages in length, the font should be 10” and in Times New Roman, 1.5 spaced, describing the following factors:
    • Your objective in applying for this program
    • Study plan during your study at KUGSIS
    • How your education and work experience qualify you for admission into this program
    • Contribution you hope to make in the field of International Development & Cooperation; and How KUGSIS KOICA program will support your goals
    • Future Career path after participating in this program
  1. Two photos, 3 X 4 cm sized
  2. Certificate of Degree (or Certificated Expected Graduation form) of all colleges and graduate schools (should be written in English)
  3. Official transcripts of all colleges and graduate schools (should be SEALED by the issuing institution and written in English)
  4. A copy of passport
  5. Two letters of recommendation (Download Available), from professors familiar with the applicant’s academic work, or from professional supervisors.
  6. TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS score report. Native speakers of English or those who graduated from the university which all courses are conducted in English are exempt from this requirement.
  7. Certificate of Employment (if applicable)

For more information, please visit official website: uvg.edu.gt

 

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