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Program Pendidikan untuk Credit Suisse Foundation

Program Pendidikan untuk Credit Suisse Foundation

Since June 2006, the Credit Suisse Group (CSG) Foundation has agreed to fund two Sampoerna Foundation education programs in Aceh. The first program, Teacher Education and Training in Aceh (TETA), will be supported by CSG Foundation for a period of one year. The second program, Teacher Education Scholarships, will be supported for up to four years.

In total, CSG Foundation has agreed to provide grant of almost USD 900,000 to the Sampoerna Foundation as the organizer of the grant. The term of the grant will start from July 10, 2006 to July 10, 2001.

TETA program will provide comprehensive teacher training to improve the competency of 320 teachers in subject content, pedagogy and professional development. While the Teacher Education Scholarships will provide financial support to twenty students enrolled in the College of Teacher Training and Education as University of Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh, over four years.

About CSG Foundation

After the 2004 tsunami, the Group Executive Board allocated US$10 million to the Credit Suisse Group Foundation to be used to support victims of natural disasters. Established in 2001 after 9/11, the CSG Foundation has served as a vehicle to channel funds from the firm and employees to those less fortunate.

The CSG Foundation is focused on supporting reconstruction efforts in South East Asia which, according to UN estimates, are going to take three to five years. The endowment will focus on long-term projects in the areas of education and micro-finance. We aim to build on our experience of helping construct schools in Asia, working with charity partners. In addition, the Credit Suisse Group will leverage its financial services expertise by supporting microfinance initiatives to help individuals rebuild their livelihoods.

The work supported by the CSG Foundation represents a partnership between the entire Group and employees around the world.

Sejak tahun 2005, Sampoerna Foundation telah meluncurkan beberapa program yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan akses dan kualitas pendidikan di Indonesia. Selain itu, kami juga mengalokasikan sebagian kecil dana kami untuk membantu para korban bencana alam yang belakangan ini sering melanda Indonesia. Walaupun kegiatan ini bukan termasuk area pemberian kami, namun dampak bencana tersebut sangat mempengaruhi kehidupan banyak orang. Oleh karena itu, kami juga memulai Program Pemulihan Pendidikan di daaerah-daerah yang terkena bencana. Diluar daripada itu, kami juga menciptakan beberapa proyek yang berfungsi sebagai kegiatan pengumpulan dana.

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Beasiswa Pemulihan Pendidikan Aceh

Program-Program Khusus

Sejak tahun 2005, Sampoerna Foundation telah meluncurkan beberapa program yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan akses dan kualitas pendidikan di Indonesia. Selain itu, kami juga mengalokasikan sebagian kecil dana kami untuk membantu para korban bencana alam yang belakangan ini sering melanda Indonesia. Walaupun kegiatan ini bukan termasuk area pemberian kami, namun dampak bencana tersebut sangat mempengaruhi kehidupan banyak orang. Oleh karena itu, kami juga memulai Program Pemulihan Pendidikan di daaerah-daerah yang terkena bencana. Diluar daripada itu, kami juga menciptakan beberapa proyek yang berfungsi sebagai kegiatan pengumpulan dana.

Pemulihan Pendidikan Aceh

Tinjauan Umum

Kualitas pendidikan di Aceh adalah salah satu yang terendah di Indonesia. Hasil penelitian pada tahun 2003 menunjukkan, hanya 28% dari guru-guru sekolah dasar dan sekolah menengah pertama yang memenuhi persyaratan akademis, sementara hanya 50% dari guru-guru sekolah menengah atas yang memiliki persyaratan yang memadai. Selain itu, adanya perselisihan yang berkepanjangan selama lebih dari 20 tahun di kawasan tersebut menyebabkan banyak guru-guru yang tak berani menetap di sana.

Menurut data dari Kementerian Pendidikan Nasional Republik Indonesia, musibah tsunami pada tanggal 26 Desember lalu telah menewaskan 1.823 guru, 17.288 murid sekolah dasar dan sekolah menengah pertama serta merusakkan sejumlah 1.158 sekolah (untuk keterangan lebih rinci, silakan kunjungi http://www.eduforaceh.org) Lebih dari 10.000 murid kehilangan orang tua dan ribuan guru menetap di tenda-tenda dan tempat-tempat penampungan. Dengan keadaan yang demikian memprihatinkan, sulit dibayangkan bagaimana para guru dapat berkonsentrasi mengajar. Meski demikian mereka teris berupaya mendidik murid-murid mereka meski dalam kondisi dan situasi yang serba terbatas.

Tsunami tampaknya tak lagi menjadi bahan liputan media namun perjuangan terus berlanjut, upaya membangun kembali tampaknya berlangsung lambat dan menyedihkan. Kerusakan dan kehilangan tampaknya telah menjadi bagian dari kehidupan di Aceh hampir selama setahun. Yayasan Sampoerna menanggapi kondisi tersebut sebagai sebuah tantangan untuk memperbaiki sektor pendidikan di provinsi Aceh.

Sebelum bencana tsunami, Yayasan Sampoerna telah membagikan 505 beasiswa bagi murid-murid sekolah menengah pertama di Aceh; dari jumlah tersebut 85 dinyatakan selamat, 8 tewas, selebihnya belum diketahui keberadaannya. Yayasan Sampoerna berupaya menggunakan semua sumber yang tersisa untuk memperoleh informasi terkini mengenai kondisi para penerima beasiswa tersebut.

Yayasan Sampoerna menetapkan komitmen untuk membangun kembali sektor pendidikan di Aceh dan telah bekerja sama dengan pemerintah setempat, kantor-kantor pendidikan dan organisasi-organisasi lain untuk membimbing para siswa dan guru-guru mereka membangun kembali kehidupan dan meningkatkan pendidikan mereka. Program ini dalam tempo singkat, bekerja sama dengan para donor dan rekanan, telah membangun sejumlah proyek di berbagai tempat di provinsi tersebut, sebagian besar dari pembangunan proyek tersebut tengah berlangsung hingga kini.

Februari 25, 2008 Posted by | BEASISWA, beasiswa dalam negeri, beasiswa indonesia, beasiswa s1, beasiswa sampoerna, beasiswa SD, beasiswa sekolah, beasiswa smp, beasiswa smu | 1 Komentar

Beasiswa S2 Luar Negri

Sampoerna Foundation Overseas MBA Scholarship
2009 Intake

General Information

Sampoerna Foundation Overview

Sampoerna Foundation was established in March 2001 in response to the urgent need to improve the quality of education in Indonesia. Amid severe budgetary cuts to education due to the prolonged economic crisis, its founders realized the importance of private sector institutions filling the gap in those educational areas critical to Indonesia’s development.

Sampoerna Foundation Overseas MBA Scholarship

The Sampoerna Foundation Overseas MBA Scholarship is a means to groom Indonesia’s future business leaders. Sampoerna Foundation provides the qualified individuals the opportunity to pursue a Master of Business Administration degree at leading business schools overseas. Upon completing the program, scholars are expected to return to Indonesia and endeavor to transfer their knowledge to their fellow citizens.

Application deadline is May 30, 2008.
Applications should be submitted as early as possible.

Sampoerna Foundation Overseas MBA Scholarships consist of the following programs:

No.
Name of Scholarship (s)
Maximum number of scholarships for 2009 Intake

1 Sampoerna Foundation MBA in the USA 4

2 Australian Education International – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in Australia 4

3 Ambassade de France en Indonésie – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in France 2

4 Singapore Education – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in Singapore 2

5 Singapore Education – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in the UK 2

CONDITIONS OF AWARD
The information contained in this document is intended for the Sampoerna Foundation Overseas MBA Scholarship, pertinent to the 2009 intake only.

I. Basic Eligibility

Applicant must satisfy ALL of the following conditions:
1. Indonesian citizen who is under 35 years of age when lodging the application.
2. Hold a local Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale)
3. Have a minimum of two-year full-time professional work experience after the completion of the undergraduate degree.
4. Have valid proof (validity of two years) of:
• International TOEFL with a minimum score of 600 (PBT) or 250 (CBT) or 100 (IBT), OR
• International English Language Testing System (IELTS) of minimum 6.5 (for MBA Australia only)*
5. Have valid proof (validity of five years):
• GMAT test scores above 600 with verbal score to be 25 or above*
6. Currently did not enroll in graduate or post-graduate program, or obtained a Master’s degree or equivalent.
7. Did not enroll or graduate from an overseas tertiary institution, unless was on a full scholarship.
8. Do not receive other equivalent award or scholarship offering similar or other benefits at the time of the award.
9. Demonstrate that without the scholarship, they are not able to afford an Overseas MBA Program.

* GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS score can be submitted when the applicants pass the Sampoerna Foundation Selection Stage and chosen as Finalists. The finalists then must have a valid score as required by each program.

** All applicants selected as Finalists for MBA France shall have to take language course in the appointed institution by SCAC and pass the DELF (Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française) B1 & B2 test.

Any applicant proves to have forged information in his/her application form or any of the documents attached therein will be immediately disqualified.

II. Further Requirements

Applicant also must:
1. Demonstrate leadership potential and interest in and commitment to community and national development.
2. Attend ALL stages of selection process conducted by Sampoerna Foundation and the examinations conducted by the recommended university(ies).
3. Meet the requirements for obtaining a proper student visa of the designated country upon acceptance for the scholarship.
4. Comply with the application for scholarship rules and regulations as stipulated by Sampoerna Foundation, partner institution for each respective program, and the university.

III. Nature of award

1. The scholarship’s worth is approximately between USD 70,000.- to USD 150,000.- per student, depending on the country and university, for the duration of study. This covers the following:

GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS reimbursement, one time only, based on original invoice, for GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS taken no more than 6 months prior to the scholarship application;
University application fee, for up to 2 (two) universities;
Student visa application fee;
Return airfares from Jakarta to the place of study;
Tuition fees, for the duration of study;
Living allowance, to support living costs during period of study;
Literature allowance, to purchase textbooks required for study.
2. The scholarship is intended for full-time / regular class study only.
3. Scholarship recipient is not permitted to undertake any form of employment at any time during the course of study, unless such employment is allowed under the student visa obtained.

IV. Duration of Award

1. The scholarship is provided for a maximum of 2 (two) years, or otherwise as stated by the university as a standard duration for the completion of the relevant study program. No extension will be granted.
2. If the scholarship recipient fails to complete his/her study within the allocated timeframe, he/she is still entitled to continue the study. However, Sampoerna Foundation is not obliged to provide any further financial or other support.
3. The scholarship recipient is obliged to complete his/her study within 2 (two) years. Failure to complete the study within this timeframe will result in a penalty imposed whereby the scholarship recipient must return 50% of the total amount of scholarship fund already disbursed.
4. Continuation of scholarship is subject to the scholarship recipient’s satisfactory academic and non-academic progress.

V. Break from Study

Scholarship recipient is not entitled to take any break from study other than term or semester breaks scheduled by the university without prior written approval from the university and Sampoerna Foundation.

VI. Employment
There is no obligation for the scholarship recipient or Sampoerna Foundation to engage in any form of future employment. Sampoerna Foundation does not oblige scholarship recipients to work for Sampoerna Foundation and its affiliates or supporting organizations.

VII. Penalties
1. Sampoerna Foundation will impose penalties for non-compliance with scholarship terms and conditions, including but not exclusive to academic and non academic performance and participation in mandatory activities. Penalties may be in the form of reduction of funding, suspension of funding, or termination of scholarship funding.
2. Should the scholarship recipient decide to withdraw from the scholarship scheme, any funds already disbursed by Sampoerna Foundation as part of scholarship coverage must be fully repaid by the scholarship recipient.

VIII. Termination

1. The scholarship will cease when a recipient is no longer enrolled as a student:
When the university issues an academic record (transcript) indicating the completion of study.

When the recipient is forced to withdraw or cannot continue his/her studies due to illness or any other reason.
2. The scholarship will be immediately terminated if:

The scholarship recipient fails to fulfill his/her obligations, or fails to meet the required academic performance level; or,
The scholarship recipient proves to have forged information in his/her application form or any of the documents attached therein; or,
The scholarship recipient is dismissed from the study program or expelled from the university for any reason; or,
The scholarship recipient is involved in any illegal activities e.g. drug abuse and trafficking or any other form of criminal activities.
3. The scholarship will be terminated if the scholarship recipient does not pass the academic and non academic evaluation conducted by Sampoerna Foundation every 6 (six) months and fails to improve his/her performance within the given probation period.
IX. Other Tasks and Obligations

Scholarship recipient must:
1. Act in accordance with Sampoerna Foundation’s rules and regulations, as well as those of the university.
2. Attend and participate in the Sampoerna Foundation Annual Gathering.
3. Actively participate in personal development programs, such as:

Social activities, which will be conducted by their respective universities or the local community organizations where the scholar resides, for a minimum 36 hours per academic year.
Orientation Program, which will help the scholarship recipient to adapt to the local community, and to have better understanding of Sampoerna Foundation’s vision and mission.
4. Actively participate in professional development programs, such as internship program.
5. During the study program, the scholarship recipient is expected to maintain regular correspondence with Sampoerna Foundation to report his/her academic and non-academic progress.
6. After successful completion of the program, the scholarship recipient is expected to join Sampoerna Foundation Alumni Association and actively participate in its programs and activities.
7. Return and work in Indonesia for 5 (five) consecutive years upon completion of study to contribute the skills and knowledge gained for the development of the country.
8. Participate in the Alumni Contribution Scheme, and in any other mandatory programs and activities as described herein or in the future.

X. Alumni Contribution Scheme

“What goes around comes around”. This expression highlights that we are all a part of a community. When we use the term community, we can mean our family, our neighborhood, our company, our city, our country, and even “the global village” as the late architect Buckminster Fuller once said. We are all part of a community.

As a member of the community, we help each other in order for all of us to grow as individuals as well as a group of people. We grow in professional terms and, of course, personally.
It is this principle of a larger community which helps each other helps themselves that has shaped the vision of the Sampoerna Foundation. As a part of the community of the Sampoerna Foundation, we look upon each of you, as an individual and as a collective body to help Sampoerna Foundation fulfill its mission to further educate our fellow Indonesians as many as possible and ensure that we will thereby contribute to the building of Indonesia as a nation to stand strong on its own and yet also be an integral part of “the global village”.

Let us join hands and continue to build this vision. How can we do this? Through joining together in contributing fund upon graduation. This fund is a vehicle that enables those of us who have benefited from a Sampoerna Foundation scholarship to further enable other Indonesians to also benefit as you have to better ourselves as individuals and as a nation. Through this scheme Sampoerna Foundation encourages and supports you to become future donor and philanthropist.

As a scholarship recipient, you will have an opportunity to enjoy better education. What better way to extend the same opportunity to other deserving scholars in our future generation? What better way to strengthen our “community”, however you define it? What better way to apply the principles of good will, fellowship, and scholarship?

The way? After graduation, you will be an active part of the Sampoerna Foundation community, as a part of this community; you will communicate and cooperate among yourselves to keep the dream alive. Together, you and your colleagues will help ensure that sufficient funding can provide scholarships for individuals such as yourself in the next generation.

The full scholarship’s worth is approximately between USD 70,000.- to USD 150,000.- per student, depending on the country and university, for the duration of study. Each Sampoerna Foundation Overseas MBA scholarship recipient is expected to contribute on monthly basis between USD 300.- (three hundred US dollars) to USD 640.- (six hundred forty US dollars), depending on his/her scholarship program, or 5% (five percent) of his/her total net salary / income, whichever is lower, for twenty five years. The alumni contribution scheme will apply starting from 6 (six) months after he/she graduates. Alumni are also encouraged to perform fund-raising activities – individually or collectively – to contribute to the fund. Collected contributions will be managed jointly by Sampoerna Foundation and appointed representatives of the Sampoerna Foundation Overseas MBA scholarship program alumni.

Let’s keep the dream alive. We need your support for the sake of our future.

XI. General Procedures

Interested applicants who meet the requirements must complete and return the application, health information, and reference forms along with the necessary supporting documents and personal statement, in one package by May 30, 2008 to Sampoerna Foundation office:

SAMPOERNA STRATEGIC SQUARE
North Tower, 26th Floor
JL. Jendral Sudirman Kav. 45
Jakarta 12930

When you submit the application package, please write the name of the program and designated country of study you would like to apply at the top right hand corner of the envelope.

Application package can also be downloaded from here

Sampoerna Foundation will consider completed applications only, and will notify the short-listed applicants to attend the continuing stages of the selection process.

When applicable, the supporting documents must be certified by university (for school transcripts), public notary or other relevant authorized parties / individuals as true copy of the original. Please do not send any original documents. Sampoerna Foundation will not be responsible for handling and returning original documents, but does reserve the right to request the provision of original documents if necessary.

XII. Timeline

Stage
Timeline

Application Deadline 30-May-08
Paper Selection and Announcement of Results 1st week of July 2008
Panel Interview, Group Discussion, Outbound and Home Visit 2nd – 3rd week of July 2008
Final Review and Finalists’ Announcement 1st week of August 2008
Final selection process: Social Activity, University admission August 2008 – April 2009
Winners’ Announcement 1st week of May 2009
Program orientation and departure preparation: passport, visa, ticket 3rd week of May 2009
MBA Program Starts Sep-09

This is a tentative schedule and subject to change without prior notice.

XIII. Additional Information

A. List of Business Schools
Sampoerna Foundation recommends the 2009 scholarship applicants to apply for admission to any of the following universities:

Sampoerna Foundation MBA in the USA Scholarship
1. Harvard University (MA)
2. Stanford University (CA)
3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)
5. Northwestern University (Kellogg) (IL)
5. University of Chicago
7. Dartmouth College (Tuck) (NH)
8. University of California–Berkeley (Haas)
9. Columbia University (NY)
10. New York University (Stern)
11. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Ross)
12. Duke University (Fuqua) (NC)
12. University of Virginia (Darden)
14. Cornell University (Johnson) (NY)
14. Yale University (CT)
16. University of California–Los Angeles (Anderson)
17. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) (PA)
18. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)
18. University of Texas–Austin (McCombs)
20. Emory University (Goizueta) (GA)
* Reference: USNews: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2008 (www.usnews.com)

Australian Education International – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in Australia Scholarship

1. Australian Graduate School of Management
2. Macquarie Graduate School of Management
3. Melbourne Business School
4. Monash University Graduate School of Business
5. Curtin University of Technology Business School
* Reference: Australian Financial Review Boss – MBA Rankings in 2007

Ambassade de France en Indonésie – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in France Scholarship

1. HEC Paris
2. INSEAD
3. ESCP – EAP European School of Management
4. EM LYON
5. Essec Business School
*Reference: Financial Times European Business Schools 2007

Singapore Education – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in Singapore Scholarship

1. National University of Singapore
2. Nanyang Technological University
*Reference: Asia’s Best MBA Schools 2000 (www.asiaweek.com)

British Council – Sampoerna Foundation MBA in the UK Scholarship

1. London Business School*
2. University of Cambridge: Judge*
3. University of Oxford: Said*
4. Manchester Business School*
5. Lancaster University Management School*
6. London School of Economics and Political Science**
* Reference: Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2007
** The Scholarship is only applicable for Management and Business Related Program

Prospective applicants are advised to directly contact the universities to find out about the admission process and requirements for an enrolment. Applicants’ inquiries about the scholarship (requirements, conditions, coverage, etc.) should be directed to Sampoerna Foundation (62 21 577 2341/ http://www.sampoernafoundation.org).

B. List of Contacts

TOEFL
The purpose of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is to evaluate the English proficiency of non-native speakers. The TOEFL tests an individual’s English skills in listening, sentence structure, reading and writing. The TOEFL score is a basic requirement for applicant to apply at local as well as overseas universities. The test can be taken either through a Computer Based Test (CBT) or a Paper Based Test (PBT) or an Internet Based Test (IBT), and each has a different scoring system. Detailed information regarding the TOEFL is available at http://www.toefl.org.
To obtain further information on the TOEFL and their test schedules, please contact.
The Indonesian International Education Foundation (IIEF)

Menara Imperium 28th floor, Suite B
Metropolitan Kuningan Superblok Kav. 1
Jl. HR. Rasuna Said, Jakarta 12980, Indonesia
Tel. 021-8317330, Fax. 021-8317331
E-mail: iief@indo.net.idAlamat e-mail ini telah diblok oleh spam bots, Anda membutuhkan Javascript untuk melihatnya
Website: http://www.iief.or.id

GMAT
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive test that is available year round at designated test centres throughout the world. The test measures basic verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills, developed over time. It is specifically designed to help the graduate schools assess the qualification for the applicant for advanced study in business and management.
Detailed information on the GMAT is available at http://www.mba.com.
To obtain further information on the GMAT and their test schedules, please contact.

University of Indonesia, Salemba
Phone: 021-315-9225

Universities in Australia
Australian Education Centre
Phone: 021-522-9675,
Website: http://www.studyinaustralia.or.id

Universities in France
CampusFrance
Phone: 021 310 1884
Website: http://www.campusfrance.org

Universities in Singapore
Singapore Education Services Centre
Phone: 021 5799 1678
Website: http://www.singaporeedu.gov.sg

Universities in UK
British Council
Phone: 021 515 5561
Website: http://www.educationuk.org

SampoernaFoundation.org

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