How to Apply
Foreign Policy Research
Government and Policymaking
A completed online application includes the following:
Background Information (e.g., name, contact information, medical history)
A Curriculum Vitae (CV) that highlights the applicant's expertise, previous experiences, and responsibilities at his/her current post. The CV should be submitted in a .pdf format and identified as follows: [full name_affiliation_CV]
An Initial Policy Recommendation Paper written by the applicant discussing his/her views on Indonesia-South Korea cooperation related to his/her background. The paper should not exceed 3 pages, be submitted in a .pdf format, and identified as follows: [full name_affiliation_research focus]
All application materials must be submitted in English.
Applicants who would like suggestions on preparing the initial policy recommendation paper can read our “Application Guidebook.”
A message will be sent to the e-mail address that you registered with confirming the receipt of your application.
Applicants must be Indonesian citizens.
Applicants must be aged between 21-35 years old by the time of applying.
Applicants must have the proficiency to speak and write in English.
Applicants must be an active professional coming from one of the following fields: academia, foreign policy research, government and policymaking, enterprise, or non-governmental organization (NGO)
Applicants must have a background that represents one or a combination of the following: politics, security, law, economy, geopolitics and/ or geo-economics, digital economy and technology, social studies, Korean politics/ culture, or East Asian studies.
Applicants must be able to attend the two-day program held in Jakarta in May and join the post-program activities.