The following programs are several scholarship programs that support international students to study at ITB.
KNB Scholarship Program
The KNB Scholarship Program is a scholarship program provided by the Government of Indonesia to prospective students coming from developing countries to study full time to complete a Bachelor’s Degree or a Master’s Degree at Indonesian universities, including Institut Teknologi Bandung. The term ‘KNB’ stands for Kemitraan Negara Berkembang or Partnerships (for) Developing Countries.
KNB Scholarship Program for the 2021 intake is now open! Click here to find out more about how to apply. Prospective students from developing countries can check with the Indonesian Embassy or General Consulate in their countries.
For your consideration, ITB ranks at #313 in the QS World University Rankings 2021 (#62 in Asia; #256 for Engineering and Technology; #451-500 for Natural Sciences; #331 for Social Sciences and Management). More specifically:
The AUN/SEED-Net (ASEAN University Network/Southeast Asia Engineering Education Development Network) Program is a scholarship program for international (engineering) students coming from universities/countries that are members of the ASEAN University Network (AUN). International students studying at ITB can be sponsored under the following two schemes:
- KNB Scheme for AUN/SEED-Net (collaboration with the KNB Scholarship Program by the Government of Indonesia)
- JICA Scheme for AUN/SEED-Net (collaboration with the Japan International Cooperation Agency).
Prospective international students interested in studying at ITB can also check with the respective faculties or schools at ITB to inquire about scholarship opportunities. Some scholarships may be offered for international students. You can also find the list of contact information for each Faculty / School here.
DAAD-funded Graduate Programs in Mathematics
See this post.