International Relations Office
Tuzla, 26 April 2022
We would like to share some information regarding the offer of a non-degree scholarship program from Indonesian government called, Indonesia Arts and Culture Scholarship.
The scholarship program aims to encourage better understanding amongst participants through Indonesia’s immensely diverse arts and cultural heritage as well as sharing of participants’ respected cultures. The participants will join a networking of more than 900 alumni from 77 countries from 2003 until now who are still actively cultivate a culture of cooperation and friendship. (https://www.facebook.com/Kemlu.RI/videos/187738743083234) . Due to pandemic situation, the program will be conducted virtually this year, but we really hope that soon it will give the opportunity to visit and experience Indonesia.
Bosnia and Herzegovina are selected as one of invited countries for the program this year. This program will be conducted virtually starting from 15 May to 9 July 2022 during weekend through Zoom Meeting platform. There will be about 60 participants from the region of Asia, Pacific, Europe and Africa this year.
Last participant from Bosnia and Herzegovina is Martin Frljic joined the program in 2019, has exhibited his arts about Indonesia experience at the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the facilitation of Indonesian Embassy in Sarajevo.
For detailed info regarding the program, we have attached the e-flyer as well as registration form (also can be accessed at https://bit.ly/FormBSBIV2022 ) which describe more about the program. For further information, the students also may contact us about the scholarship program at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lastly, if I may also include a link of the closing ceremony from last year’s program that perhaps will give you reference about the scholarship program https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1VAWKSOW-yhJZFiSDOOwDw5hO9XwRDifh