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University builds links with Japanese universities

The University of Nottingham welcomed a delegation from nine Japanese universities as part of a British Council initiative to promote international collaboration. The visit was designed to develop global partnerships and to showcase Nottingham’s excellence in internationalisation and mobility. The schedule included discussions on corporate international strategy, international research collaborations and the development of overseas …

Capacity building with Indonesia

The University of Nottingham took part in the Department of International Trade (Jakarta) CAPACITY BUILDING FOR INDONESIA THROUGH CONTINOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT event recently. The event was hosted by Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Indonesia, Moazzam Malik and senior representatives from the Indonesian Ministry of Manpower. The University was able to share its success stories collaborating with …

With its diaspora, Indonesia can be next scientific powerhouse

Indonesia’s scientists’ diaspora are an important resource that can be harnessed by the government for national growth in research and innovation. Despite lagging in scientific publications, Indonesia has the key ingredients to become a major global research hub. However, it is only when the government is willing to have knowledge exchange through its scientists’ diaspora networks …

Resolving healthcare challenges through interprofessional education in Indonesia

The University of Nottingham has shared expertise in interprofessional education and collaborative working at a high profile healthcare event in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Department for International Trade at the British Embassy and Indonesian Young Health Professionals’ Society, with support from Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education and Ministry of Health worked in collaboration to …

Honourable visit from the Indonesian Education and Culture Attaché Office

The first Indonesian language and culture class to take place in Nottingham has ended with a visit from the country’s Education and Culture Attaché. Professor E Aminudin Aziz from the Embassy of Republic of Indonesia was invited to Nottingham to discuss future opportunities for Indonesian language classes and cultural programmes following the success of the …

Nottingham hosts an inspiring week of orchestral music

Nottingham hosts an inspiring week of orchestral music Reproduced from the University of Nottingham website Musicians from the Zhejiang Conservatory of Music (ZJCM) visited the University of Nottingham last week for a wonderful week-long programme of events, culminating in a special gala performance at the Nottingham Albert Hall. Organised by Nottingham Lakeside Arts and the University’s Confucius …

Indonesian Audit Board and Ministry hails UK-Indonesia academic partnership

The University welcomed a delegation from the Indonesian Audit Board and the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (RISTEKDIKTI) earlier this month. The visit, led by Mr Achsanul Qosasi, Auditor General of the Audit Board in Indonesia and accompanied by Mr Agus Susilohadi, Deputy Director of Planning and Budgeting for Directorate General of Resources, …

Pioneering MRI Short Course to train Indonesian Academic Leaders

The University of Nottingham has delivered its very first Precision Medicine-Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) short course to a 13 strong cohort from Indonesia across a wide range of institutions. As part of the broader Indonesia initiative, this 3-week programme cross disciplinary CPD course was delivered in collaboration with Indonesia Doctoral Training Partnership (IDTP) by the …

Welcoming students from Indonesia

Knowledge Exchange Asia co-hosted a welcome event for Indonesian students new to the University of Nottingham in collaboration with the Indonesian Student Society. The event started with a period of silence for the victims of the tragic earthquake and tsunami that occurred near Palu, Sulawesi on 28 September. They are all in our thoughts and prayers. …

Welcoming Indian students to Nottingham

On Wednesday, I was delighted to represent the University of Nottingham at the second, annual Indian Student reception held at the Indian Community Centre Association (ICCA). A collaborative event with Nottingham Trent University, British India Business Forum and ICCA, it was a chance for us to welcome new students to Nottingham from India. It was a …