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About ADS Main Objectives Field of Study Course & University Information Entitlements Type of Scholarship Targeted Scholarship Applicant Requirements Basis for Selection Gov't of Indonesia Responsibilities Recipient Requirements Schedules and Promotion Activites Submitting an application Get application form

About Australian Development Scholarship (ADS) Program
The number of Australian Development Scholarship (ADS) awards each year will depend on Australian budget appropriations and is expected to be 300 in 2007/2008. The scholarships will be allocated as follows:

  • 2/3 (i.e. 200) will be public category awards and 1/3 (i.e. 100) open category awards;

  • an equal number of  awards will be offered to men and women;

  • Up to 50% of scholarships will be awarded to nominated candidates from agencies involved with AusAID projects or AusAID related activities, including state universities and other key education institutions in AusAID target areas, plus linked NGOs and CSOs;

  • at least 30 percent (100) of awards will be offered to applicants from the Eastern provinces in line with AusAID's Country Program Strategy East Java, South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, East Nusa Tenggara, West Nusa Tenggara, Papua, Maluku, North Maluku and Aceh;

  • 90 percent (270) of awards at Masters level and 10 percent (30) at PhD level;

  • 35 percent of awards (35) in the open category will be allocated to applicants from private universities; and

  • 6 scholarships will be awarded in the field of Health to applicants normally resident in Bali.

The length of the ADS scholarship is for the minimum period needed to complete the award. This is determined by the university      

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The Main Objectives of ADS Program are:

  • to assist Indonesian public and private institutions meet identified institutional objectives and training needs through the provision of postgraduate education to selected staff;
  • to assist individuals to increase their capacity to contribute to Indonesian institutions and professions by the provision of postgraduate study opportunities in Australia;
  • to assist alumni of the ADS scheme to maintain and update their academic and professional skills;
  • to promote Indonesia and Australia's equity in development policies;
  • to deliver training that complements the human resource development goals outlined in AusAID's Indonesian country strategy paper; and
  • to select high quality candidates with the ability to succeed at tertiary study in Australia, with minimal extensions and contribute to Indonesia's development.

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Priority Development Areas and Fields of Study

Scholarships are generally available for full-time post-graduate study, from master degree level to PhD at Australian universities . Priority is given to fields of study that assist development goals. From time to time the Australian government and Indonesia review these criteria and adjust the emphasis of the program.

The broad areas of agreed priority in 2007/2008 are Economic Management, Democratic Institutions and Practice, Basic Social Services and Security and Stability. Areas of agreed priority will be updated whenever more information becomes available. Note : Priority development areas (or sectors) are not fields of study. The fields of study are listed beneath the priority development areas.

Keeping in mind these priorities, Australia and Indonesia remain responsive to development needs.  For example in 1999 in response to Indonesia's economic crisis, 60 scholarships were set aside for disciplines relating to Indonesia's economic reform program such as finance, accounting, economics, law and business.

If you are thinking about studying for a particular profession, you should know that the ADS does not include practical training periods required for professional registration. Students are expected to complete practical training in their home country.

The disciplines listed in the various fields of study are indicative, but not exclusive. Candidates must apply to study courses which fall within AusAID's priority academic areas.

Economic Management

Improving economic management through support for critical measures for accelerated structural reform, including assistance for revenue enhancement, financial sector restructuring and supervision, and debt management

Democratic Institutions and Practice

Strengthening the institutions and practices of democracy through assistance for legal and judicial reform, the institutions of human rights and public accountability, electoral and parliamentary processes and institutions and civil society


Basic Social Services

Increasing the accessibility and quality of basic social services through policy engagement at the national level and support for planning and implementation at district level and support for community based approaches


Security and Stability

Enhancing security and stability through support for law enforcement and counter-terrorism capacity building, conflict and disaster prevention and humanitarian assistance for vulnerable groups


Example Fields of Study

agribusiness; agriculture; aquaculture and fisheries; audit; civil society; computer science and information technology; conflict resolution; decentralization; development studies; economics and economic management; education and training; education management and leadership; engineering; environmental resource management; financial systems; gender equity; governance; health management; health services; human resource development; human resource management; human rights; industrial development; industrial relations; international relations; international studies; international trade ; labour policy ; law, legal and judicial systems; media studies; peace studies; political science and government; public administration; public sector reform; regional and community planning and development; science; tax reform; teacher training; trade and development; water quality management; women in development.

Applicants should carefully consider their choices before applying and be prepared to discuss these at interview. Once the offer of a scholarship has been made it is not possible to upgrade to a higher degree.

Candidates considering study for particular professions should note that ADS does not include the practical training period required for professional registration, e.g. medical internships, legal articles etc.      

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Course and University Information

More information on major and Australian education institutions can be found on the internet at the following addresses:  http://www.studylink.com.au/ and http://www.thegoodguides.com.au/coursesearch.cfm

The Australian Education Centre operated by the Australian Government through Australian Education International (AEI) http://www.austembjak.or.id/aei/ is located in Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan and Makassar provides information to prospective Indonesian students on Australian education institutions. AEC offices address can be found on the internet at the following addresses http://www.studyinaustralia.or.id or http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au
AEC Jakarta : Ph. 021 522 9675 Fax. 021 521 3745
AEC Surabaya : Ph. 031 298 1324 Fax. 031 298 1325
AEC Medan : Ph. 061 451 7141 Fax. 061 451 7142
AEC Makassar : Ph. 0411 506 8681 Fax. 0411 582 255

List of participating Australian Institutions in ADS 2007

Institution Name

Postal Address



Australian National University Australian National University

International Education Office. CANBERRA ACT 0200

(02) 6249 3602

(02) 6249 3914

(02) 6249 5550
University of Sydney University of Sydney International Office

NSW 2006

(02) 9351 4008 (02) 9351 4013
University of Technology Sydney University of Technology Sydney

International Programmes, PO Box 123. BROADWAY NSW 2007

(02) 9514 1538 (02) 9514 1530
Southern Cross University Southern Cross University

International Office, PO Box 157. Lismore  NSW 2480

(02) 6620 3275

(02) 6620 3878

(02) 6620 3227
University of New South Wales University of New South Wales 

Scholarships Unit, KENSINGTON NSW 2052

(02) 9385 3090 (02) 9385 3732
University of Newcastle International Development Office

The University of Newcastle

University Drive, CALLAGHAN NSW2308

(02) 4921 6305

(02) 4921 6617

(02) 4921 7016
University of Melbourne University of Melbourne

International Centre, Victoria 3010

(03) 8344 4529

(03) 8344 5585

(03) 9349 3204

(03) 9347 9062

Victoria University Victoria University

International Office, PO Box 14428 MCMC MELBOURNE VIC 8001

(03) 9688 4780 (03) 9689 5670
Swinburne University of Technology Swinburne University of Technology

International Student Office, PO Box 218. HAWTHORN VIC 3122

(03) 9214 5202 (03) 9818 3648
Monash University Monash University

Scholarships Unit, Clayton Campus Monash International, CLAYTON VIC 3168

(03) 9905 2049 (03) 9905 5064
University of Queensland University of Queensland

International Education Office, QLD 4072

(07) 3365 6998 (07) 3365 1794
University of Southern Queensland University of Southern Queensland

Student Services West Street Toowoomba, QLD 4350

(07) 4631 2833 (07) 4631 2880
James Cook University James Cook University International Affairs

Angus Smith Drive, PO TOWNSVILLE QLD 4811

(07) 4781 6829 (07) 4781 5988
Flinders University Flinders University, International Student Services Unit

Registry Building Sturt Road, BEDFORD PARK SA 5042

(08) 8201 5072 (08) 8201 3261

(08) 8201 3177

University of Western Australia University of Western Australia

International Students Office, NEDLANDS WA 6907

(08) 9380 2420 (08) 9382 4071
Curtin University of Technology Curtin University of Technology

International Office, GPO Box U1987

(08) 9266 3348 (08) 9266 2605
Australian Maritime College Australian Maritime College

PO Box 986, LAUCESTON TAS 7250

(03) 6335 4792 (03) 6326 6493
Charles Darwin University Northern Territorry University

Uni Info Shop, Student Facilities and Equity Branch, DARWIN NT 0909

(08) 8946 7089 (08) 8946 6642

Queensland University of Technology

Queensland University of Tech. International Students office, QUT, Victoria Pk. Road, Kelvin Grove QLD 4059

61 7 3864 2019


Central Queensland University Central Queensland University International Building 11
Bruce Highway
NTH Rockhampton QLD 4811
(07) 4930 9746 (07) 4930 9803

Charles Sturt University

Charles Sturt University
International Office, Locked Bag 669
(02) 6051 6000 (02) 6051 6629
Deakin University Deakin University
336 Glenferrie Road, Malvern
VIC 3144
(03) 9244 6100 (03) 9244 6013
Edith Cowan University Edith Cowan University
International Student Office
Pearson Street, CHURCHLANDS WA 6018
(08) 9273 8339 (08) 9273 8372
Griffith University Griffith University, International Centre
Nathan Campus QLD 4111
(07) 3735 6425 or [+6-1-7-3735-6425 ]. (07) 3875 5280

La Trobe University

La Trobe University, International Programs Office
Victoria 3086
+61 3 9479 1199 +61 3 9479 3660

Macquarie University

Macquarie University, International Student Office


+ 61 2 9850 7111 (02) 9850 7733
Murdoch University Murdoch University, International Student Office
South Street MURDOCH WA 6150
(08) 9360 6000 (08) 9310 5090
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology International Services, International & Development Portfolio
RMIT University
Level 6, 255 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia

Email: Sharon.yap@rmit.edu.au

Tel: 61 3 9925 1540
Fax: 61 3 9639 4345
(03) 9663 2764
The University of Adelaide International Office
Level 3, 230 North Terrace
SA 5005
(08) 8303 4072 (08) 8232 3741
University of Ballarat International Student Programs
University of Ballarat
PO Box 663
Victoria 3353
(03) 53 27 9018 (03) 53 27 9017
University Canberra International Office
University of Canberra
ACT 2601 Australia
+61 2 6201 5342 +61 2 6201 5040
University of New England The University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351 Australia
+61 2 6773-3192 +61 2 6773-3325
University of South Australia University of South Australia International and Prospective Students Office, Level 1, 101 Currie Street , Adelaide South Australia 5000 +(613) 9627 4854 +(613) 9627 4864
University of Tasmania University of Tasmania International office, GPO Box 252-14 HOBARTH TAS 7001 +61 3 6226 2706 +61 3 6226 7862
University of the Sunshine Coast International Relations
University of the Sunshine Coast
Maroochydore DC Qld 4558
+61 7 5430 2843 +61 7 5430 2836
University of Western Sydney UWS International
University of Western Sydney
Locked bag 1797
Penrith South DC
NSW 1797
+61 2   9685 9491 / 9685 9157  +61 2 9685 9316
University of Wollongong UniAdvice,
Building 36 ,
University of Wollongong,
Northfields Avenue,
NSW 2500
+61 2 4221 3555 +61 2 4221 3233
Bond University Bond University, Admission Office GOLD COAST QLD 4229 + 61 3 9627 4843

+ 61 7 5595 1015


The University of Notre Dame University University of Notre Dame, Australia. PO.Box U 1987
(08) 9433 0272 (08) 9433 0769

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The Scholarship Entitlements:

  • Fees ----- Payment of academic and other compulsory fees for international students
  • Fares ----- Payment of one return economy airfare from Jakarta or Denpasar to the major airport nearest the Australian university
  • A reunion air fares ----- Payment of one return economy airfare to and from Indonesia, at the completion of each successful year of study, except the final year. (Only available to students whose immediate family (spouse or dependent child) do not accompany them)
  • Overseas Fieldwork ----- Where research comprises at least 50 percent of the program, a scholarship holder may receive a return airfare to Indonesia to undertake essential fieldwork
  • Establishment Allowance ----- A once only payment at the commencement of the scholarship in Australia
  • Living Allowance ----- To be paid at single stipend rate
  • Health Cover ----- For the scholarship holder for the duration of the award
  • Editorial / Tutorial Assistance ----- Where essential, to assist awardees to pass course subjects
  • Family Entry ----- Families (spouse and children) may come to Australia at their own cost if families meet AusAID and immigration requirements, the information about your entitlement to bring your family is available from the Australian diplomatic mission
  • English Language Training ----- For academic purpose is provided as part of the scholarship and is compulsory

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Types of Scholarships

In Indonesia,  Australian Development Scholarship program offered in two categories:

  • Public Sector:  the Public sector applicants are employees from Government departments, state universities and state owned enterprises.  Their applications must be approved by training or foreign cooperation bureaus (BKLN) / Education & Training Center (Pusdiklat) / Rector of their agencies before being submitted to the ADS Office.
  • Open Sector:  individuals may independently apply for a scholarship in open category. There may be some specific selection and eligibility criteria

'Targeted Scholarships: Public Sector and Other' candidates are employed by agencies associated with AusAID projects or AusAID related activities, including government organizations, state owned enterprises, non-government organizations (NGOs), civil society organizations (CSOs) and key state and private higher education institutions which service the training needs of these organizations. Suitable applicants will be identified through the assistance of a Human Resource Development (HRD) Planning Specialist working with these target agencies . Their nomination must be facilitated through the Australian Team Leader (ATL) or the relevant representative of an AusAID activity . Up to 50% of all awards will be assigned to this category, including 6 scholarships to the Bali health sector.

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Targeted Scholarships: Public Sector and Other

The main objectives of the program are:

  • To assist individuals to increase their capacity to contribute to Indonesian organisations and professions;
  • To assist Indonesian public and private organisations to meet their human resource development objectives;
  • To assist targeted Indonesian organisations associated with Australian aid activities to meet their identified human resource development objectives and training needs;
  • To select and place in appropriate courses high quality candidates able to achieve an Australian post-graduate qualification within the minimum time required;
  • To deliver training that is consistent with the development priorities of Australia's Indonesia Country Strategy;
  • To monitor and evaluate the efficiency of the management and the operation of the off-shore management of IADS; and
  • To evaluate the outcomes and impact of IADS post-graduate training on individuals and on Indonesian organizations.

Conditions for 'Targeted Scholarships: Public Sector and Other'

Application and Nomination Process

'Targeted Scholarships: Public Sector and Other' will be facilitated through Australian Team Leaders (ATLs) or through nominated individuals from Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) activities with some assistance from an HRD Planning Specialist. The following information shall be provided on the nomination form and shall be endorses by the home Government Of Indonesia (GOI) agency, the ATL or equivalent and the Nominee:

  • The agency's reason for nominating this particular nominee in terms of the agency's HRD strategies;
  • The anticipated benefit of the returning scholar's knowledge, skills and qualification to the agency's HRD strategy;
  • A strategy for transferring the knowledge and skills of the returning scholar to make a contribution to the agency's HRD needs;
  • Commitment to adopting the strategy for the transfer of knowledge and skills to the agency, to be counter-signed by the Nominee;
  • Commitment to release awardees from their duties to attend English for Academic Purposes (EAP);
  • Commitment to support costs of travel to EAP training centers, medicals, x-rays, passports, exit permits, visas and travel from home town to point of departure to Australia, and commitment to pay salaries, where relevant; and
Where relevant, commitment to release awardees to attend a full year accredited English language course, to support the awardees' travel to and from home within Indonesia, and to continue to EAP training immediately following successful completion of their course as an EL Assisted ADS.

Selection Process

All nominations will be reviewed at the time of short-listing. If they meet the selection criteria, including the requirement for serious commitment of the home agency to transfer of knowledge and skills on the scholar's return, they will be interviewed by the Joint Selection Team (JST) and recommended for award, unless the JST considers there is a reason against such a recommendation (for example, if the nominee is seeking to study in an academic area outside of a previous degree).

Increased Access to Improve English Language Proficiency

To increase access for potential nominees within the Public Sector and Other Targeted category who have limited English language proficiency, scholarships will be available to undertake a maximum of one full year's English language training at an accredited English language course in Indonesia as preparatory training prior to undertaking English for Academic Purposes and an Australian post-graduate degree.

Nominees will be required to have completed an under-graduate degree to an equivalent academic standard so that achieved by the shortlisted awardees in the previous round of scholarships. Nominees must also provide evidence of their English language capability at the time of nomination. A nominee will undergo the IELTS test to establish a benchmark for the candidate's English language training progress. Nominees must be willing and available to commit to the total period of study and to progress immediately from the English language course to EAP training and to the Australian post-graduate program.

A nomination for English language Assisted ADS will be for the full program of study incorporating for the preparatory EAP training and the Australian academic program of study. If a selected candidate fails to achieve an IELTS score of at least 5.0 within the one-year full-time study allocated for English language training, the scholarship will be withdrawn.

GOI agency endorsement of the application for English Language Assisted IADS must include a clearly stated justification, in terms of the agency's HRD needs, for selecting this particular applicant as a special case for scholarship even though the applicant does not yet meet the English language requirement. The ADS office will be responsible for managing English Language training arrangements for such English Language assisted IADS.

HRD Assistance to Agencies involved in AusAID activities

The ADS program will provide short-term services of an HRD Planning Specialist to work with  ATLs and/or nominated personnel involved in AusAID activities to assist counterpart agencies with the following HRD planning functions:

  • identifying egency HRD needs;
  • developing an outline of course requirements to meet the needs;
  • identifying the most appropriate applicant (s) for nomination to undertake ADS study from the full range of agency's qualified and appropriate staff (where there is more than one staff member in agency that qualifies, ensuring transparent selection processes to achieve nomination of the most appropriate candidate); and
  • planning and appropriate and realistic re-entry strategy to maximize transfer of knowledge and skills to the organization.

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 Applicant Requirements

General Requirements

Scholarship Applicants must:

  • be an Indonesian citizen and not have permanent residence in Australia or New Zealand;
  • not be married or engaged to a person who is eligible to hold Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residence;
  • satisfy Australian Government requirements for international student entry to Australia (health, character etc.);
  • not hold a scholarship that would give overlapping benefits;
  • not have held an Australian Government Scholarship in the 12 months preceding the application;
  • be applying to commence a new course of study and not be seeking support through ADS for a course already commenced in Australia ;
  • be able to take up the scholarship in the year in which it is offered; and
  • satisfy the admission requirements of the Australian tertiary institution in which the course is to be undertaken.

Specific Requirements

Scholarship Applicants must:

  • be applying for courses that fall within the areas of development priority;
  • have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.9 (on a scale of maximum 4.0) and an English language proficiency of at least 5.0 in IELTS (500 in Institutional TOEFL or 170 in International TOEFL). The IELTS or TOEFL result must be current (a test result obtained in 2006 or 2007 will be considered current);
  • already hold an undergraduate degree, if applying for a Masters ;
  • already have a Masters , if applying for a doctorate ;
  • apply for a degree at a level higher than their current highest qualification;
  • if applying for doctorate, applicants must be staff of universities, higher education institutions, research institutes, key policy makers and targeted candidates in other agencies associated with AusAID activities. It is highly desirable for doctorate applicants to have a letter of support from Australian university for their proposed field of study;
  • answer all relevant questions on the application form;  and
  • be willing and available to take full-time English for Academic Purposes ( EAP ) training in Indonesia prior to studying in Australia  if offered a scholarship

be no more than 42 at time of application.

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Selection Process

Selection will be based on the principles of merit and equity and will be carried out jointly by the Australian and Indonesian Governments, or their representatives. The process will be transparent and the eligibility and selection criteria will be accessible to interested  parties. Only those shortlisted will be interviewed. The interviewer will assess candidates' academic ability, clarity of study goals, cultural adaptability and relevance of study to Indonesia's development. The interview will be accompanied by an IELTS test of English language proficiency.

The timing of the selection will be such that it meets the requirements of AusAID's institutional contracts with Australian tertiary institutions.

Notification of The Selection Result

All applicants will be advised whether or not they have been shortlisted for an interview. All interviewed applicants will be notified whether or not they have been awarded an ADS. The agencies of Public sector nominees will also notified. The result is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Where appropriate, notification will include details of pre-departure training (English, academic skills, cultural preparation).

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Government of Indonesia Responsibilities (for Public Sector only)

The Government of Indonesia will:

  • release awardees from their duties to attend  full-time EAP training in Indonesia;
  • provide travel costs to EAP training centres for awardees not living in Jakarta or Denpasar;
  • provide medical and x-ray examination costs necessary to meet the Australian Immigration requirements for a Student Visa for Australia;
  • process official passports and exit permits; and
  • provide travel expenses to the point of departure (Jakarta/Denpasar) prior to awardee's travel to Australia.

Note : "Public servants cannot apply in the Open category, nor can people applying to become public servants. No prior Government approval is required for people applying in the Open category and applications are to be submitted directly to the ADS Project Office"

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Scholarship Recipients Requirements

Prior to traveling to Australia, scholarship recipients must:

  • meet the minimum English language requirement of their chosen Australian university (usually IELTS of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0);
  • receive a letter of acceptance from an Australian university;
  • meet Australian immigration requirements for a student's visa;
  • not be pregnant when traveling to Australia to begin study; and
  • at the completion of EAP training, candidates must achieve a minimum score of IELTS 6.0 for the ADS office to commence the application process for placement in university program in Australia.

In Australia, scholarship recipients must:

  • abide by the conditions of the scholarship and the rules of Australia tertiary institutions;
  • abide the rules and regulations governing a student visa;
  • act in a way that will not bring disrepute to AusAID, or to any Australian institution or to Indonesia; and
  • return home at the end of the award period.

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ADS Indonesia Schedule / Key Dates 2007







Joint Selection

January 10 - 27





ADS/APS Information days

February 7 - 9


All candidates informed of outcome

February 28





6 week EAP course commences

April 2


6 month EAP course commences

April 9





Second Semester departures to Australia commence






Applications open

June 18





9 month EAP course commences

July 2


3 month EAP course commences

July 16





ADS/APS Information days

Augustus (to be confirmed)


8 week EAP course commences

Augustus 13





Application close

September 7





Final IELTS test

October 6


Completion of 3 and 6 month and 8 week courses

October 6





2008 Short-listing

November 1 - 4


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Submitting the Application

To complete your application you will need to submit the following documents:

  • 3 (three) Copies of completed Australian Development Scholarship (ADS) application form
  • 3 (three) Copies of Birth Certificate / passport / Identity Card (KTP)
  • 3 (three) Copies of Certified Certificate from S1 for Master and Doctorate applicants
  • 3 (three) Copies of Certified Transcript from S1 for Master and Doctorate applicants
  • 3 (three) Copies of Certified Certificate from S2 for Doctorate applicants
  • 3 (three) Copies of Certified Transcript from S2 for Doctorate applicants
  • 3 (three) Copies of IELTS or TOEFL results (minimum obtained in 2006 or 2007)
  • 3 (three) Copies Reference Letter from S2 supervisor for Doctorate applicants
  • 3 (three) Copies of research outline for Master (full research) and Doctorate applicants
  • 3 (three) Copies of CV (Curriculum Vitae).

How to Apply?

  1. Submit / send 3 (three) copies of the completed ADS application forms together with the required documents to ADS office directly in person or through mailing post or courier service.
  2. ADS will send notification letter to all applicants.

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Get the ADS Application Form

The application period start from 18 June 2007 up to 7 September 2007, and will be advertised in national newspapers in June/July 2007. Advertisements will briefly explain the program and advise candidates to secure an application from one of several sources including departmental training bureaus, governor offices, Kadins, university rectors, IDP Offices, IALF Offices, AEC Offices or from the ADS Office in Jakarta on 18 June 2007 . Note: The opening date of application will announce whenever it becomes available.

Candidates must complete the application form, answering all relevant questions and submit it in person, mailing post or courier service to the ADS Office .   Applications should be submitted as early as possible. Your application must be received by the post stamp of the closing date at the address indicated in the advertisement for the scholarships. If you submit in person to the ADS office, if your application is received after the closing date it will not be considered.

You will also be able to get  the Application Form or the copy of the Application form at the places mentioned below:






IDP Education Jakarta

Wisma Budi 5th floor, suite 502

JL. H.R. Rasuna Said kav.C6, Jakarta, 12940

(021) 2523291


I/A/L/F Jakarta

Wisma Budi 5th floor, suite 503

JL. H.R. Rasuna Said kav.C6, Jakarta, 12940

(021) 5213350


IDP Education Bandung

JL. Sulanjana No.3, Bandung 40116

West Java

(022) 4211636


IDP Education Semarang

Gajah Mada Plaza Blok C No.20-21

Simpang Lima, Semarang

(024) 8317961


IDP Education Malang

STP Tribuana

JL. Galunggung No.39, Malang - East Java

(0341) 571782, 568133


IDP Education Surabaya

John Robert Powers House

Jl. Kayun 62, Surabaya

(031) 5466946, 5461280

Perum Delta Permai

JL. Panjang Jiwo Permai V No.17. East Java

(031) 8420329


I/A/L/F Surabaya

JL. Sumatera No.49, Surabaya

East Java

(031) 5026400


IDP  Bali (I/A/L/F) JL. Raya Sesetan No.190 Denpasar

Bali - 80232

(0361) 221782, 221783


IDP Education Kupang

JL. Perintis Kemerdekaan I No.16

PO Box 6129 Kelapa Lima. East Nusa Tenggara

(0380) 833734


IDP Education Makassar

JL. Lamadukelleng No.60

Makassar, South Sulawesi

(0411) 835166


IDP Education Manado

JL. Sarapung No. 33, 2nd floor

Manado, North Sulawesi

(0431) 841448


IDP Education Medan

Australia Centre

JL. R.A. Kartini No.32, Medan - North Sumatera

(061) 4157810, 4554504


Australian Education Center (AEC) Jakarta

Sentra Mulia 6th Floor, Room 615

JL. HR Rasuna Said Kav.X-6 No.8. Kuningan, South Jakarta

(021) 5229675


Australian Education Center (AEC), Surabaya

The International Village - University of Surabaya (UBAYA)

JL. Kali Rungkut, Surabaya - 60293

(031) 2981324


Australian Education Center (AEC), Medan

Lobby Floor, Shopping Arcade

Grand Angkasa International Hotel

Jl. Sutomo No.1, Medan 20235

Ph: 061- 4517141, 4555888 Ext.2851

Fax : 061- 4517142


Australian Education Reference Site, Makassar

Gedung Pusat Studi Kebijakan dan Manajemen Pembangunan (PSKMP)

Lt.2, Universitas Hasanuddin

Kampus Tamalanrea, Makassar

Phone : 0411- 5068681

Fax : 0411- 586039


IDP Education Balikpapan

Jl. MT. Haryono No.115, Ring Road


0542- 878585


IDP Education Australia, D.I. Yogyakarta Office

Jl. Gejayan Soropadan, CC XII No.8B

Yogyakarta 55283, Indonesia

Phone: (62274) 7849450, 7849460

Fax : (62274) 7849470

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