The student exchange program aims to develop a high-quality research-based and work life relevant educational partnership between NTNU and UGM focusing on the dynamic between transnational natural resource governance and local citizen engagement. The program will do so by supporting increased student mobility between Indonesia and Norway, and contribute to internationalization of master and PhD program at UGM and NTNU.
The exchange program is funded by DIKU (the Norwegian Directorate for Quality and Internationalization in Higher Education), and master and PhD students can apply for one semester scholarship at the partner institutions with possibility of two moths extension for data collection.
Students eligible for scholarship are all Master and PhD students from:
- Department of Geography, NTNU
- Department of Politics and Government, UGM
- Faculty of Geography UGM
Students form NTNU will conduct internship, fieldwork or course work during their stay at UGM/Indonesia. Students from UGM will conduct course work when staying at NTNU