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Meet WMG in Indonesia - November 2017

Click here to book your free meeting with Andy Young, senior teaching fellow, from WMG, University of Warwick to dicuss study opportunities in the UK.

Locations in Indonesia:

Jakarta - 17th November

Bandung - Date to be confirmed

If you are unable to attend a meeting, there are two other options:

  • You can also meet Andy at the upcoming QS World Grad School Tour in Jakarta on Saturday 18th November, 12:30 - 18:00, Ayana Midplaza Jakarta (Intercontinental).
  • Arrange a Skype call with one of our recruitment officers in the UK, where we will aim to put you in touch with one of our current students.
 
Why Join WMG, University of Warwick?
  • Warwick is one of the UK's leading Universities with an international reputation for teaching and research excellence
  • WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group) is one of the largest academic departments on campus and is renowned for exceptional links with industry and applied research and education
  • WMG offers applied Management and Technical education across 15 Specialist Masters Degrees from Project Management, and Healthcare Management, through to Logistics, Cyber Security, Manufacturing and Automotive Engineering
  • Innovative teaching methods are used to ensure active engagement in your studies, including interactive lecturing, simulations, syndicate activities, case studies, technology enabled learning and visiting industry experts.
  • Masters degrees are completed within one intensive year of study (50 weeks) allowing you to quickly take a huge step up your career ladder
Scholarships

There are several scholarship opportunities at WMG for students from Indonesia.


Chevening-WMG partnership scholarships - WMG has partnered with Chevening to co-fund the Chevening-WMG partnership scholarships. These scholarships will cover the full cost of study. There are available for any of the 15 WMG MSc programmes and are specifically for students from the ASEAN region. More information on the Chevening-WMG partnerships scholarships is available from the Chevening website.

Chevening-Warwick partnership scholarships - The University of Warwick have partnered with Chevening to provide scholarships to students from Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos and Myanmar. The scholarships will cover the full cost of study. All 15 WMG MSc programmes are eligible courses for students from these countries wishing to apply for the Chevening-Warwick partnership scholarships. More information on this scholarship is available here.

In addition to the Chevening partnerships, WMG will be awarding over £700,000 in scholarships and bursaries to students commencing study on our full-time MSc programmes beginning in October 2018.

WMG Excellence Scholarships – These scholarships are available on a competitive basis. Awards will be based on past academic achievement, previous experience, extracurricular activities, reason for study, and your vision for the future. Students must complete a Scholarship Statement in order to be considered for the WMG Excellence Scholarships. Over 50 WMG Excellence Scholarships will be awarded and more details, including the application deadline and eligibility criteria is available here.

Warwick's Global Rankings
  • 45th most international university in the world - Times Higher Education most international universities 2016
  • 51st in the world - QS World University Rankings, September 2016
  • 80th in the world - Times Higher Education World Rankings, September 2015
  • 92nd in the world - Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities, August 2015
  • 9th young university globally - Times Higher Education 100 under 50 rankings, April 2015
  • Coventry is the 39th best student city in the world, and 5th in the UK - QS Best Student Cities Index 2017
Seth PPM student 2015

“Alongside the specific, technical project management skills you learn, this course gives a much wider business perspective. It contextualises communication, negotiation, leadership development, people management and change management. Every module included simulations, and through these scenarios I was able to understand how the theory I was learning is applied in the real world. It helped me make sense of all the complex issues a project or programme manager has to address.”

Suonvisal Seth, PPM student from 2015-16,Chevening Scholar from Cambodia


Currently working as a HR officer, in charge of Capacity Building Project for the Cambodian Lower House.