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Logbook#74 20 Nopember 2013


Kerjasama khususnya kerjasa pendidikan dengan Swedia bisa dilakukan dengan berbagai cara. Dari diskusi dan penelusuran yang dilakukan, skema kerjasama yang tersedia adalah sebagai berikut:

  • Program Linnaeus-Palme
  • Program STINT

Di bawah ini cuplikan dari dokumen kerjasama Linnaeus-Palme.

Linnaeus-Palme is a programme for teaching staff and students at university first-cycle (undergraduate) and second-cycle (graduate) level. It shall stimulate long-term collaborations based on the mutual benefit created between higher education institutions in Sweden and developing countries. These collaborations are conducted in project form and build upon teacher and student exchanges.

The aim of the Linnaeus-Palme programme is to raise the quality of higher education by integrating global perspectives into the learning process. In this way, Sweden and its collaborative partners gets prepared to face global challenges. Participation in the programme is expected to impact on an individual level; teachers and students participating in the exchange, among other things, will gain increased competence in global issues and an enlarged contact network. Furthermore, it is also expected to have an effect on a departmental level; global perspectives can be integrated into teaching and as such will also benefit those who have not taken part in an exchange.

Students who participate in exchanges are believed to be better prepared for work in a global context. Teachers who participate in exchanges are expected to use and spread both their own global knowledge as well as that of their students, inside and outside of the classroom. Overall this will lead to international experiences being utilised in operation within the departments.

Di bawah ini cuplikan dari web STINT.

STINT, the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education, was set up in 1994 by an act of the Swedish Parliament. Its mission is to promote internationalization of Swedish higher education and research.

The Foundation offers a range of funding and scholarship programmes in support of strategic internationalization at higher education institutions. It is also an actor with competence and knowledge relating to international academic collaboration.

STINT’s aims are to:

enhance the competitiveness of higher education institutions;
assist Swedish higher education institutions in developing into attractive scholarly environments for Swedish and foreign researchers, teaching staff and students;
stimulate change through new or alternative means of international collaboration.

STINT regards international contacts and real experience of working in foreign academia as a natural and necessary part of research and higher education.