The University has a long history of welcoming students from Indonesia. In the 2013–14 academic year there were 123 students from Indonesia studying at The University of Manchester.
Manchester has a very large British Muslim community as does the University. Muslim students can therefore be assured that we understand their needs. Our refectories and halls of residence serve halal food, we have a mosque on campus and the Islamic Society for students plays an active and constructive role in the life of the University.
We are delighted to accept applications from prospective students in Indonesia who are intending to study in the UK through the Indonesia-UK DIKTI Scholarship Programme.
The programme, administered by the Indonesian Ministry of Education Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI), will fund 750 scholarships over the next five years.
The scholarships cover three years of PhD study and include tuition fees, accommodation and salary. All academic disciplines and research areas are funded under the programme. Scholarships will mainly be granted for PhD study but some masters degrees may also be funded.
The first scholarships will be available for courses with a September 2013 start.
For further information on the scholarships, please visit the UK HE International Unit website.
For further details, please contact Fran Halliwell at email@example.com.