Beasiswa Swiss German University (SGU)

Berikut adalah arsip beasiswa Swiss German University (SGU):

Beasiswa Swiss German University (SGU) 2014/2015

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Beasiswa Swiss German University (SGU) 2011/2012

The scholarships are offered for 4 study programs: Information Technology, Accounting, Pharmaceutical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering. Send scholarship proposal via email to marketing@sgu.ac.id or to SGU Campus at the latest of 15 May 2011.

General Requirements:

The candidate for the scholarship should be in year 12 or maximum 3 years after high school graduation (for 2011/2012 intake this will be 2008 at the latest)

Required Procedures:

  1. Fulfillment of Document requirements. (Tuition Fee 2011/2012 – Page 2 – Document Requirements).
  2. Must obtain TOEFL/IELTS minimum 500/5.5.
  3. Result of the high school report of class 10 and 11 should be above high school average.
  4. Pass the SGU Assesment Interview.
  5. For following semesters, the scholarship will be based upon the academic achievement (min. GPA 3,5)  and active participation in student organizations.
  6. Certified photocopy of High School official certificate (IJAZAH SMA/SMK/MA), legalized by the Principal (once it is published).
  7. Certified photocopy of High School official transcript (SKHUN of SMA/SMK/MA), legalized by the Principal (once it is published).
  8. Poverty statement from Local Authority/Kelurahan must be submitted (Foundation Scholarships).
  9. Valid only for Indonesian nationals (Foundation Scholarships).
Payment Reduction Development Fee Semester Fee
Achievement Scholarships 50% 50%
Foundation Scholarships 100% 100%

 

BEST GRADE SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships based on the best academic semester result are offered in semester 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 for students for each class. The selection of scholarship holders will be made by the Examination Steering Committee by considering academic achievement and active participation in student organization.

Source: SGU