Invitation from British Council Indonesia for Chevening Alumni:
Many UK graduates have reached their successful career and become expertise in their home country. For some professional graduates, the opportunity is waiting for them in the company they work before or building their own company according to their passion. But on the other hand, some might still be confused how to start their career, thus looking for the right career path that suits their skills and knowledge. Therefore, British Council Indonesia will conduct a UK Alumni Career Day and Job Fair during our Study UK Exhibition as below details:
||Sunday, 3 March 2019
||Seminar Room 2, Kartika Expo, Balai Kartini
||13:15 – 14:00
Speaker: Mr. Julian Smith (Director, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory)
“Consulting for the public good – how you can help your country whilst building a great career”
||14:25 – 15:25
Speaker: Ms. Rhiannon Guilford (Associate Director, Michael Page Indonesia)
“How to write a CV and preparing successful Interview”
|Job Fair Time
||13:00 – 18:00
- Michael Page
- British Council, etc.
The event aims to:
- Give UK graduate an overview of Indonesia industry and career trends
- Assist them to find the suitable career path
- Develop their CV writing and interview skills
- Strengthen network with UK alumni association in Indonesia
- Build links between UK alumni and prominent industry
- Alumni could apply directly to our partner companies.
We need your help to disseminate the information to UK alumni to attend this event by registered online to https://ukalumnicareerdayandminijobfair.eventbrite.com. You may bring their CV as well in hard copy and soft copy format.
For further information, please contact British Council Indonesia at YuliTukidjo@britishcouncil.or.id
Saturday & Sunday, 19 & 20 January 2019
Binus University Anggrek Campus & Yello Hotel Harmoni
SPEAKERS, FACILITATORS & MODERATORS
Ms. Dayu Nirma Amurwanti Ms. Fatin Arifin
President Secretary General
Chevening Alumni Indonesia Chevening Alumni Brunei
Senior Institutions and Governance Specialist, Manager, Product Development,
World Bank Procurement & Marketing
Ghanim International Corporation
Chevening Alumna 2012/13 Chevening Alumna 2013/14
For more Chevening alumni profiles, click below:
Chevening Youth Forum Alumni Profiles
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The Chevening Youth Forum (CYF) – South East Asia Edition is a platform to bring together Chevening Alumni and up to 300 young future leaders from across Southeast Asia to discuss insights, challenges and opportunities to the progress and development of ASEAN, aimed at creating opportunity for Chevening alumni members to contribute to the development of the region through engagements with the young leaders.
The Chevening Youth Forum (CYF) was inaugurally convened by Chevening Alumni Brunei and Chevening Alumni Malaysia in March 2018 in Kuala Lumpur. The 2nd Edition of CYF – South East Asia Edition is jointly hosted by Chevening Alumni Indonesia and Chevening Alumni Brunei and will focus on the theme “Empowering Youth for ASEAN 4.0” to collectively explore how youth can lead ASEAN into the 4th Industrial Revolution. The forum format consists of forum sessions, shape session as well as open space session on diverse topics with the goal of sparking collaboration and inspiring action.
Chevening is the UK government’s international awards scheme aimed at developing global leaders and is funded by the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. Chevening offers a unique opportunity for future leaders, influencers, and decision-makers from all over the world to develop professionally and academically, network extensively, experience UK culture, and build lasting positive relationships with the UK.
Rundown Day 1
Rundown Day 2
Click to see the Chevening Youth Forum Line-up: Chevening Youth Forum Alumni Profiles
This event is free and open for public. Register at bit.ly/CYF2019.
The Chevening Youth Forum – South East Asia Edition (CYF SEA) is a platform to bring together Chevening Alumni and up to 250 young future leaders fromacross Southeast Asia to discuss insights, challenges and opportunities to the progress and development of ASEAN, aimed at creating opportunity for Chevening alumni members to contribute to the development of the ASEAN region through engagements with the young future leaders.
The inaugural forum originally launched as ASEAN Chevening Youth Forum (ASEAN CYF) was successfully convened by Chevening Alumni Malaysia and Chevening Alumni Brunei in March 2018 in Kuala Lumpur. The 2nd Edition of this Forum is jointly hosted by Chevening Alumni Indonesia and Chevening Alumni Brunei and will focus on the theme “Empowering Youth for ASEAN 4.0” to collectively explore how youth can lead ASEAN into the 4th Industrial Revolution.
The forum format consists of forum sessions, capacity building sessions as well as open space sessions with topics ranging from unpacking industrial revolution in ASEAN, human capital development, sustainable development agenda, entrepreneurship & MSMEs and innovation among others.
The general breakdown as follows
Day One (full day till evening):
l Forum sessions
l Shape session
l Insight session
l Open space session
Day Two (half day):
l Capacity Building session
l Forum session
l Sharing session
To register to attend, visit: bit.ly/CYF2019
For speaking opportunities, kindly contact email@example.com.
An initiative of Chevening Alumni Brunei & Chevening Alumni Indonesia,
Supported by British High Commission, BSB; British Embassy in Jakarta and Binus University.
To celebrate National Press Day on 9 February 2018, Network and Alumni Officer, Mega Savitri, interviewed Wahyu Dhyatmika (University of Westminster, 2004), Editor in Chief Tempo.co.
Q: When and what did you study in UK?
A: I studied International Journalism in University of Westminster London, and finished in 2005.
Q: You are known as an investigative reporter and an editor for Tempo Media Group. What motivates you to work in this field?
A: I work as a journalist because I believe the public can make good decision for themselves only if we are better informed about it. Good journalism is essential for any democracy because it ensure a transparent and dynamic public discourse on matters of public interest.
Q: Based on our knowledge, you were involved in cross-border investigations such as SwissLeaks and Panama Papers. How did you get involved and what kind of impact you’d like to achieve?
A: Cross border investigation projects is a new trend in journalism nowadays, because news organizations around the world start to realize that we need to collaborate and work together as a global team. One of the reasons is because now issues and challenges have become trans-national and crossing borders as well. Environmental issues, tax avoidance cases, corruption, etc, now involve multiple players from different countries. The only way to better report it is by working together across newsrooms.
Dear Chevening Alumni,
The British Embassy Jakarta is delighted to invite you to attend the Annual Chevening Alumni Gathering 2018. Please check event details as follow:
Date : Wednesday, 7 February 2018
Time : 18:30 – 21:00 hrs (Kindly arrive 30 minutes before the commencement of reception for registration)
Venue : Sasono Mulyo Ballroom, Le Meridien Hotel, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav 18 – 20, Jakarta
We would be grateful if you can send your RSVP by email to JakartaRSVP@fco.gov.uk by Monday, 5 February 2018.
This is a very good opportunity for you to meet returning alumni (batch 2016-17), your fellow Chevening Alumni from across the years, Embassy staff, and our sponsors. We will provide more food options and music performance for your entertainment.
We look forward to seeing you there.
To celebrate Human Rights Day on 10 December, and to mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Mega spoke to Haris Azhar (Essex University, 2008) about his new NGO.
Q: You are known as one of Indonesia’s most prominent human rights activists. What motivates you to work in this field?
A: I was moved and motivated to work on human rights issue since I was in undergraduate–law school in Trisakti University. I was in the middle, witnessing the shooting to the thousand of student colleagues on May 12 in the front to my university. At that moment I experienced firsthand the human rights abuses I used to hear about during Soeharto’s New order regime. That moment committed to my dream to be a lawyer who could benefit a large number of other people. A week after I was graduated I joined KontraS working under Munir, the Coordinator at that time.
Q: What has been the greatest challenge you have faced in your career and how you overcome it?
A: There are several challenges working on human rights in the Indonesian setting. First, the negligence of the government to commit to human rights standards. Especially these days, where populism dominates political campaigns rather than addressing the real substance of rights. Human rights are being subordinated by the interest of the political community.
Secondly, the shrinking space for civil society is a concern. Civil society face increasing restrictions by the government and conservative groups, limiting the space for expression.
Thirdly, the challenge to expand the human rights movement. The growth of the human rights movement in Indonesia continues but there are some weaknesses; where knowledge of certain human rights is not well developed even among the human rights practitioners. Some of them have taken the side of the government or political interests blindly. There still remain too many gaps between academics, survivors, and advocates.
British Council and British Embassy cordially invite you to attend UK Alumni Thematic Dinner this October!
We are inviting prominent UK Alumni who are active and passionate in their field of work to share and discuss about The Future of Urban Transport in Surabaya.
Venue : Airlangga Room, Bumi Surabaya City Resort, Jl. Jend. Basuki Rahmat No. 106 – 128 Surabaya
Day/Date : Friday, 20 October 2017
Time : 17:30 to 21:00 (WIB)
Moderated by: Sita Supomo (Senior Program Manager Indonesia, IDH The Sustainable Trade Initiative)
List of Speakers
1. Faela Sufa, Vice Country Director of ITDP Indonesia.
2. Julison Arifin, Senior Advisor of PT Bukit Asam Trans Pacific Railway.
3. Representative of Surabaya Government (TBA)
Please register your attendance here by Tuesday, 17 October (Limited seats available)
Andress Hamenda (Chevening Alumni 2016) is organising an independent Chevening Scholarships Presentation in Manado. Check event details as follow:
Day/Date : Friday, 13 October 2017
Time : 13:00-14.30
Venue : Universitas Sam Ratulangi – International Office, Unsrat (Belakang Bank BNI Kampus) Jl. Kampus Unsrat Bahu, Kleak Manado
Please help us to disseminate the information to your friends and collagues in Manado who might be interested to attend it.