Study for a PhD at Harper Adams University in any discipline in the agri-food sciences and related, business and engineering disciplines.
The DIKTI scholarship programme is an Indonesian Government scheme offering 750 fully funded scholarships over the next five years to permanent or prospective faculty members at Indonesian universities and administrative staff employed by DIKTI or Indonesian state universities covering all academic disciplines.
Each scholarship will cover the costs of three years of PhD study including tuition fees and accommodation.
Harper Adams University has been selected as one of the UK Universities’ participants in this scheme and is offering Indonesian students the opportunity to complete a full-time three year PhD programme across a range of agricultural and agri-food related areas. For more information, please read our Research Degrees page.
Some master’s degrees may also be funded. For more information about these programmes, please read our Taught Postgraduate pages.