Welcome to Partnership Assessment Form for Split Site Master’s Program by the Australia Awards Scholarship.
The Split Site Master’s Program (SSMP) is a subset of the Long Term Awards Scholarship. The program is launched in 2012 and involves 12 months of study at an Indonesian university, followed by 12 months of study at an Australian university, leading to the awarding of two master’s degrees in one related field of study. The program aims to provide relevant and flexible study programs to Indonesian government organisations, improve effectiveness and efficiency in a scholarship scheme, and enhance engagement between Australia and key Indonesian government organisations.
Australia Awards in Indonesia (AAI) on behalf of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) annually invites interested Indonesian government organisations to submit Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the Split Site Master’s Scholarships.
The following form helps AAI to get to know your organisation better and its human resources development needs. To see how the Australia Awards Split Site Master's Scholarship model meets your organisation's meet, please fill out the assessment.
Split Site Master’s Programs have been responsive to meet Indonesian government organisations’ specific needs for human resource development.
4. Please identify three proposed study fields. The first one is the most preferred.
The SSMP opens opportunities for Indonesian government organisations to partner with any Indonesian universities and Australian universities.
The Split Site Master’s Program requires co-sponsorship between partner organisation and AAI. Partner organisation must have the commitment to participate in the program, including capacity for funding the in-Indonesia study component. AAI will finance the in-Australia study component.
The SSMP applies similar eligibility criteria such as GPA and English competency score as the selection process for Long Term Awards applicants.
Thank you for filling this partnership assessment form.
Organisations wishing to participate in the Split-Site Masters Scholarships are requested to fill out an Expression of Interest form. DFAT will evaluate EOIs and select preferred partner organisations for the scholarship program. The EOI should be developed collaboratively between the partnering Australian university, Indonesian university, and Indonesian government organisation.