Six students of the Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) received IISMA. They are (1) Jirra Perbawa Abdul Jabbar (SPEL) will continue to Universiti Sains Malaysia, (2) Komang Diah Apriyanti (SPFLL) will continue to Hanyang University, (3) Letizia Nahla Waskito (SPEL) will continue to the University of Groningen, (4) M. Zaqrulla Pasya (SPEL) will continue her study at The University of Queensland, (5) Theola Flowrencia (SPFLL) will continue to the University of Leeds, and (6) Zarah Nabilla Ramadhani (SPJL) will continue to Korean University.
IISMA (Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards) is one of the flagship programs of the 12 Freedom to Learn-Independent Campus Programme of the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Education Fund Management Institute (LPDP). This programme provides opportunities for students to gain educational experience at overseas universities. Students who are eligible to join this programme are students who are in semesters 4 and 6 of the bachelor’s degree. IISMA targets students who take part in this program to be able to experience education at the top 100 universities in the world.
This programme is a scholarship and covers all costs during the program, such as registration fees, tuition fees, round-trip airfare, monthly living expenses, health insurance, visa issuance, PCR tests, and financing in case of an emergency. [rfh/dts/msh/PR FCS]