What is REPESEA?
REPESEA Erasmus+ is a collaborative project involving 11 universities from 7 countries in Southeast Asia and Europe. Universities including UII and Gadjah Mada University as representatives from Indonesia; Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and Universiti Teknologi Mara (Malaysia); National Institute of Development Administration and Burapha University (Thailand); Matej Bel University and University of Economics in Bratislava (Slovakia); Warsaw School of Economics (Poland); University of Bath (UK), and Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand II (France).
This project started in October 2016 and will end in October 2019. The consortium aims to develop, implement and accredit transferable research skills training modules at partner higher education institutions.
How can REPESEA develop my research skills?
In line with its objectives, MD FEB UGM held a series of workshops providing modules from REPESEA Erasmus+. This workshop is designed for students, covering a range of research skills as follows:
- A guide to success in academic writing
- Publishing in academic outlets
- Development and management of research projects
- Presentation and communication skills
- Evaluate research results, researchers, and non-academic impacts
- Effective use of technology for a successful academic career
How do I take part in the workshop?
Based on request: Students are encouraged to submit a request to MD FEB UGM to organize a workshop on the topic of one of the research skills expected above. To submit a request, please click here
Based on schedule: MD FEB UGM also holds scheduled workshops on research skills. Students are encouraged to register and attend workshops and check the schedule regularly. To check the workshop schedule, please visit the MD FEB UGM website