JAKARTA, June 8, 2023 – The Center for International Cooperation of State Islamic University (UIN) Jakarta has planned a trip to Malaysia and Thailand from the 8th to the 12th of June, 2023. The purpose of this trip is to promote the Rector Scholarship Program at schools in Malaysia and Ma’had-Ma’had in Thailand and to establish partnerships with Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Universiti Sultan Azlan Shah (USAS) Malaysia, and Sheikh Daud Al-Fathoni Islamic College in Thailand.

The delegation will visit Malaysia from the 8th to the 11th of June and Thailand from the 9th to the 12th of June. This international visit is part of UIN Jakarta’s broader strategy to strengthen international relationships and enhance the visibility of its Rector Scholarship Program.

The Rector Scholarship Program at UIN Jakarta is an institutional effort to support international students in their education. The scholarship covers full tuition fees, accommodation in UIN dormitories, and an Indonesian language course. However, it’s important to note that the scholarship does not cover return air tickets, living costs, health insurance, and student visa fees.

The requirements for the Rector Scholarship include an admission letter from UIN Jakarta, passing the document selection process, which includes an admission form, maximum age requirements (25 years for undergraduate programs, 35 years for master’s programs, and 45 years for doctoral programs), a current CV, colour photo 4 x 6 (with a red background), a high school certificate & academic transcript (maximum 3 years after graduation for undergraduate programs), evidence of English proficiency certificate – TOEFL/IELTS (for non-native speakers of English), a health certificate, recommendation letters, a thesis/dissertation proposal for master’s and doctoral programs, and all documents must be in or translated into English.

Furthermore, international students require a Limited Stay Visa (With Telex) (316). The requirements for this type of visa include a valid passport (minimum 18 months before it expires), a study permit issued by the Ministry of Religious Affairs (provided by the university), a coloured scan of the passport, cover and identity page in the passport that is still valid for at least 18 months, and evidence of sufficient funds, such as personal bank statements minimum USD 1,500. Please note that the visa process for international students from certain countries may take longer due to strict immigration procedures.

As part of efforts to implement the Independent Learning-Campus Independent (MBKM) Curriculum, UIN Jakarta is also exploring cooperative opportunities involving overseas learning and working opportunities for its students. This collaboration is aimed primarily at students from the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Sciences (FITK) and other religious study programs.

Under this cooperation framework, UIN Jakarta students may have the opportunity to engage in practical teaching at schools in Malaysia and Thailand or carry out internships. As part of this program, students will be guaranteed accommodation and meals while they are in the host country.

The International Service and Cooperation Center of UIN Jakarta hopes that this initiative will provide valuable experiences for students and deepen relations with partner institutions abroad and expand the reach and impact of the Rector Scholarship Program.

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