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Opportunities for UK-Indonesia collaboration

11 February 2020
In November 2019, the British Embassy Jakarta, British Council and Universities UK International (UUKi) organised a visit by senior representatives from ten UK universities.

The delegation was the first such visit from any country since Ristekdikti, the Ministry responsible for higher education, was split between two separate Ministries; Mendikbud (Ministry for Education and Culture) and BRIN (National Research & Innovation Agency).
This report aims to provide an overview of the delegation and support UK universities to collaborate with Indonesian institutions. It sets the recent developments in Indonesia, and opportunities and challenges for UK-Indonesian collaboration. The report can be downloaded here. 


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