Indonesian Peace Scholarships recipients
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Indonesian Peace Scholarships recipients July 2007
Rizky Yuli Ikhwanuddin
Home University – Semarang State University
Host University – University of South Australia
English language leaning has been my passion since I was little. By learning English, I believe that one day I will participate in valuable projects abroad. Studying in Australia will give me a chance to better understand and appreciate diversity.
Home University – University of Indonesia
Host University – Murdoch University
Revita Ramadhiana is a third-grade student majoring in Management and Finance. Revita believes studying in Australia will encourage her to understand the people and their values, their history, their culture, as well as the finance system and their way of conducting business. Revita is involved in many student activities in Indonesia and has been involved as a volunteer in BinaAntar Budaya Intercultural Studies Foundation, and affiliation of AFS. Revita also volunteers teaching children living in slum areas. Revita wants to contribute to the community in more ways, and believes studying in Australia will allow her to contribute more.
Home University – Padjadjaran University
Host University – University of Newcastle
Mahir Pradana is an economics student at Padjadjaran University. Mahir believes studying in Australia will give him a great learning opportunity. In Indonesia, Mahir is the President of IKAMI Sul-Sel for Bandung Branch, a student organisation aiming to promote and preserve the local culture of South Sulawest, his hometown. Along with his colleagues, Mahir has participated in several cultural events for example performing traditional dances. Mahir has also organised fundraising initiatives for victims of natural disasters. Mahir is also a senior member of the universities English Club and has been involved in several national competitions. In 2006, Mahir represented his university at the Harvard Model United Nations in the USA, and the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations in Singapore.
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