The Indonesian Scholarship and Research Support Foundation (ISRSF) invites talented young Indonesian graduates holding an S1 or S2 degree to apply for the 2014 Arryman Fellows award. This award is an innovative “1+6” educational scholarship leading to the doctoral degree.
During the ﬁrst year, Arryman Fellows are funded to be in residence at Northwestern University in Chicago (USA) as pre-doctoral researchers. Fellows take graduate classes for credit in their chosen ﬁeld of study, receive advanced English language training, and write a major research paper. ISRSF seeks applicants in the ﬁelds of political science, history, law, journalism and communications, anthropology, sociology, or economic development studies.
Arryman Fellows who are successfully admitted during their ﬁrst year to a Northwestern Ph.D. program are eligible to become Arryman Scholars. This six-year award covers the second phase of the “1+6” design. Arryman Scholars receive full tuition, a stipend for living expenses, travel and research support, as well as other funding to advance their scholarly development.
After obtaining their doctorate degrees, all Arryman Scholars are required to serve as academic staﬀs or researchers at the School for Public Policy and Social Sciences, which is currently being prepared by Rajawali Foundation, Harvard Kennedy School, Northwestern University and Australian National University.
Eligibility requirements to apply for an Arryman Fellow award:
- Indonesian citizens preferably 35 years or younger.
- College or university graduates with a strong record of performance in their S1 or S2 degree program.
- A deep commitment to becoming a world-class scholar devoted to an academic career of teaching, research, and publication.
- A minimum iBT TOEFL score of 70 (test date no earlier than June 1, 2012).
If you are interested in applying to become an Arryman Fellow, please complete the online application at www.ISRSF.org. The deadline for ISRSF to receive your application (including letters of reference) is December 31, 2013.
The Arryman educational awards are made possible thanks to the generous ﬁnancial support of these benefactors : PT Adaro Energy, PT Bank Central Asia, PT Djarum, The Ford Foundation, The William Soeryadjaja Foundation, and The Rajawali Foundation.