SSSV, 90 days Program, Indonesian students, 農工融合研修


JASSO/TUAT-funded: SSSV/Short-Stay (90 days)
Program for Indonesian students on Agriculture and Engineering

FELLOWS (Graduate Students)
– Listya Citra Suluhingtyas (ITB) 2011/10-
– Jenny Rizkiana (ITB) 2011/10-
– Hanif Yuliani (UI) 2011/10-
– Ira Trisnawati (UI) 2011/10-
– Yessy Velina (IPB) 2011/12-
– Effendi (IPB) 2011/12-
Institut Teknologi Bandung: ITB; Institut Pertanian Bogor: IPB, Universitas Indonesia: UI

Oct.6: Lab Tour, Lenggoro Lab
Oct.7: Lab Tour, Yamashita Lab
Oct.12: Lab Tour, Yohda Lab
Oct.14: Semi-open Seminar, Lenggoro Lab
Oct.26: Semi-open Seminar, Lenggoro Lab
Nov.18: Lab Tour, (Tojo/Chosa Lab) and Plant Factory of blueberry in Fuchu campus
Nov.18: Joint seminar with Tojo/Chosa Lab, Fuchu campus.
Nov.21: Workshop with other fellows (Vietnam, Brazil, etc.) in Fuchu campus.

Dec.20: We visited RION Co. a manufacturer of sound- and light-based instrumentation.

** Wuled Lenggoro (Program Director): Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, and Graduate School of Bio-Applications and Systems Engineering >> Particle Engineering Lab.
* Yohda,Masafumi: Professor, Department of Biotechnology and Life Science, Graduate School of Engineering >> Laboratory for Biomolecules and Proteomes
* Tojo,Seishu: Professor, Department of Ecoregion Science, Graduate School of Agriculture >> Agro-Environment Control and Renewable Energy Lab. >> Lab-brochure.
* Yamashita,Yoshiyuki: Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, and Graduate School of Engineering >> Process Systems Engineering Lab. >> Lab-brochure. (Collaborating with Dr.Minejima,Chika)

Short-term training for graduate students from Indonesia to foster students endowed with both a wide range of perspectives in the combined disciplines of agriculture and engineering, to address the on-going global issues such as food-/natural-resources and environmental-/pollution-issues, and also to help students develop the related technical, leadership and cultural skills.

From September October 2011 (for maximum three months). However, some fellows may also start the program from November 2011 (until January or February 2012).

* Sponsor: Japan Student Services Organization-JASSO
* Monthly stipend: 80,000 yen per month (up to three months)
* Please note that Japanese side (TUAT/JASSO) will not support the following:
— Transportation fee including a round-trip air ticket (Jakarta-Tokyo)
— Travel medical insurance program

– Graduate student (master or doctoral course) at ITB, IPB, or UI
– Follow a short-term (max. three months) training on Agriculture-and-Engineering studies at TUAT campus, Tokyo.
– Make an application via a coordinator (ITB), International Relation Office (IPB) or contact-person (UI)
– Join a travel medical insurance program

1. Distribution of application guidelines (TUAT >> Indonesian University (ITB, IPB, UI): End of June.
2. Recruitment of students (by Indonesian universities)
3. Application (Student >> Indonesian university)
4. Recommendation of students (ITB/IPB/UI >> TUAT)
5. Recommendation of students (TUAT >> the sponsor/JASSO)
6. Notice of screening results (JASSO >> TUAT)
7. Notice of screening results (TUAT >> Indonesia universities >> student)
8. Visa application via Japanese Embassy in Jakarta: July-August August-September.
9. Coming to Tokyo: September October (or later, if necessary)
10. End of the program: the end of December (or later)

– Under the guidance of the host professor, a student should join/start a research project related to on-going global issues, including food and natural resources issues and environmental and pollution issues.
– It is preferable to make a report and present it at a weekly-(or maybe monthly) seminar where several research advisors (host professors of this program) may attend.
– TUAT will try to offer some Japanese language courses, special for this program.
– The coordinator is now (June 2011) arranging six rooms at TUAT International Student Dormitory, which is good moneywise comparing the other accommodation facilities.

TUAT with its three core “fields” of Engineering, Agriculture, and Veterinary science, is a unique university. Holding to the fundamental principles of contributing to the development of science and technology in harmony with society and the natural environment, TUAT trains human resources who address interrelated issues through free thought-based academic research in agriculture , engineering and integrated fields. (link from


This scholarship is available for qualified international students accepted by project leaders at Japanese universities, graduate schools, or technical colleges under each university’s student exchange agreement or its equivalent memorandum of understanding, on a short-stay basis for up to three months.

– This scholarship program is funded by MEXT and administered by JASSO (Japan Student Service Organization.)
– Up to 3 months during the 2011-2012 academic year (July 2011- March 2012)
– Monthly stipend: ¥80,000 per month, provided by JASSO

Applicants must satisfy the following conditions: 
– MUST hold nationality of countries that have diplomatic relations with Japan.
– DOES NOT hold nationality of Japan.

Japanese universities submit their student exchange project plans for short stay to JASSO.  Based on each plan, JASSO allocates the quota of scholarships to each project at the participating Japanese universities. Within this quota, each project leader will recommend their exchange students to JASSO through their corresponding Japanese university.

Recommendations will be accepted from universities within the approved quota of scholarships.

All applications must be processed through Japanese universities. Direct applications from overseas universities or students to JASSO will not be accepted.

Exchange students must remain registered at their home university and will be accepted as International Internship Students or equivalent statuses at TUAT. A recommendation from their supervisors at their universities is required to apply for the program.

Exchange students must carry comprehensive health insurance valid in Japan and will be charged the usual contractual rate for such insurance. Students must submit health certificates to TUAT in advance. Students must also pay for designated university insurance valid in Japan when arriving at TUAT.

The period for which the exchange students will be received shall be determined according to each approved scholarship and shall no more than three months.

Exchange students must submit a report of study results to TUAT soon after the program is completed.

TUAT will arrange providing the exchange students with housing at the university’s international house during their stay as long as rooms are available. During busy periods, the international house may be full, and exchange students may have to find a private apartment around TUAT instead.

Each project leader at TUAT will be responsible for arranging supervising professors for the exchange students.

Exchange students must comply with international exchange laws and other legal requirements of Japan as well as with the rules and regulations of TUAT.

– Other programs supported by JASSO, 2011 >> List

Fee for Dormitory
– Basic fee, per month = 16,700 yen (including commonly fee)
– Fee when someone move (for cleaning the room etc) = 12,000 yen.
– Rental of futon (sleeping tool) = 8,500-9,000 yen (for three months)
+ Plus = water (1,500 yen/month, fixed)
+ Electric power = (around 2,000 / month, depending on the usage)
Then TOTAL per month = 28,700 yen. (Relatively cheap, comparing with a single room at normal apartment = 55,000 yen, not-including electricity, water, futon)