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INTRODUCTION TO

MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM


SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT
AND PUBLIC POLICY – INDONESIA
BRIEF HISTORY

2012

Founded in 2012 by visionary First semester started First implementation-based public


Indonesian leaders looking to in September 2013 with the policy school in Indonesia drawing
address the issues of policymaking first batch of 26 students all sectors of society with various
in Indonesia interdisciplinary backgrounds
OUR VISION

To be a nationally and regionally prominent institution,


internationally recognized for its excellence in education, research,
and scholarship—linking the people of Indonesia to the nation,
the region, and the world.
OUR MISSION
To train future public leaders to act successfully in solving our most
challenging public problems, and to act strategically in improving the
chances of producing the desired policy results.

To provide an interdisciplinary background in applied,


action-oriented and comparative policy study that includes
Indonesia-focused curriculum based on international standards,
as well as contributing to outstanding leadership.
OUR COMMITMENTS
Emphasize the international
ramifications of policies
while proposing a balanced interdisciplinary perspective
in applied, action-oriented analysis.

Strengthen students’ Provide training in the difficult


analytical skills art of policy implementation
and develop their diagnostic capacities, enabling through field visits and field researches,
them to design and implement policies that are taking the classroom to the policy fields.
tailored to the specific structures of policy fields.

Help students excel as a leader Foster the diversity


by training students to recognize and confront the of national and professional backgrounds of
ethical dimensions of leadership and strategic action. students to develop their intercultural awareness.
WHY SGPP-INDONESIA?

A UNIQUE CURRICULUM
REPUTABLE FACULTY

GREAT EMPHASIS ON DATA & IMPLEMENTATION

ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS
UNIQUE CURRICULUM

CORE CONTENT CONTEMPORARY CONTENT INSTRUMENTS FOR ANALYSIS


AND LOCAL CONTEXT

SPREAD OVER: 3 SEMESTERS (18 MONTHS) 42 CREDITS

More about SGPP-Indonesia’s curriculum:


www.sgpp.ac.id/curriculum
SGPP’s CURRICULUM
Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3
Course Credit Course Credit Course Credit
Foundations of Public Policy:
Governance and Policy Process;
3 Thesis 6
Public Policy Planning,
Implementation and Evaluation

Public Finance and Management 3 Economic Policy 3 Energy Policy and Economics 3

Organizations, Leadership and Organizations, Leadership and


Ethics in Public Policy: Ethics in Public Policy: Bargaining, Educational Policies, Process
3 3 3
Organizations and Organizational Negotiation and Conflict and Reformation
Change Resolution

International and Global Affairs: International and Global Affairs: Summer program at the
Indonesia and its Interconnected 3 Social Technological Innovation; 3 Johns Hopkins University 6
World Environmental Sustainability USA

Analytical Methods for Public


Analytical Methods for Public
2 Policy: Decision Analysis and 3
Policy: Research Methods
Applied Statistics for Public Policy
Field Trip 1 Thesis Proposal 3
TOTAL CREDITS 15 15 12
42
THE CENTRALITY OF FIELD RESEARCH
IN THE CURRICULUM

Qualitative /Quantitative Research Methods


Training and practice in learning from the field through study trip and master ’s thesis
FACULTY PROFILES
Dr. N. Hassan Wirajuda Gita Wirjawan, MBA, MPA
Former Indonesian foreign minister (2001-2009) Former Indonesian trade minister (2011-2014)

Member of the Council of Presidential Advisors of the Republic Former Chairman of Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
of Indonesia and Patron to the Institute of Peace and Democracy Founder of Ancora Group and Ancora Foundation
of the Bali Democracy Forum
Senior fellow at senior fellow at the Zbigniew Brzezinski Institute on
Member of the Global Commission on Elections, Democracy &
Geostrategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
Security chaired by Kofi Annan
Expertise: public administration, investment & banking, world affairs
Expertise: diplomacy, human rights law
Course(s) taught: Indonesia and its Interconnected World,
Course(s) taught: International and Global Affairs Macroeconomics and International Trade

Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Agus Widjojo


Governor of Lemhanas

Former TNI’s Chief of Staff for Territorial Affairs


Former Deputy Chairman of the People’s Consultative Assembly

Senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Degrees include: Master of Public Administration from George


Washington University, Master of Military Art and Science from
US Command and General Staff College

Expertise: public administration, national security

Course(s) taught: State, Change Management and Entrepreneurship;


Leadership and Culture
List of Permanent Faculty Members
No Name Highest Education Area

1 Ani Septian Adiwinata Nawir, Ph.D Australian National University Environment

2 Dwi A. Yuliantoro, Ph.D Michigan State University, USA Curriculum, Teaching and Educational Policy

3 Fajar Bambang Hirawan, Ph.D University of Sydney, Australia Economics

4 Muhammad Ery Wijaya, Ph.D Kyoto University Energy Science (Energy Economics)

5 Safendrri Komara Ragamustari, Ph.D Kyoto University Science

6 Dr. Sri Mastuti University of Indonesia Public Administration


List Non Permanent Lecture (Including Guest Lecture) 2017-2018
No Name Lecture

1 Abuzar Asra, Prof. Dr.


2 Agus Widjojo , MPA.,MMAS. Guest Lecture
3 Antarini Pratiwi, Dr. Guest Lecture
4 Arief Havas Oegroseno, Dr. Guest Lecture
5 Bima Arya Sugiarto, Dr. Guest Lecture
6 Endah Setyaningsih, Ph.D. Guest Lecture
7 Faddy Ardian, Ph.D. Guest Lecture
8 Gita Wirjawan, MBA.,MPA.
9 Gunawan Pribadi, Dr.
10 Hassan Wirajuda, Dr.
11 Iwan Jaya Azis, Prof. Dr. Guest Lecture
12 Jeffrey Winters, Prof. Guest Lecture
13 Makarim Wibisono, Prof. Dr.
14 Martani Husaini, Prof. Dr.
15 Novia Budi Parwanto, Dr
16 Riant Nugroho, Dr.
17 Roy Salomo, Dr.
18 Rozan Anwar, Dr.
19 Slamet Widodo, Ph.D. Guest Lecture
20 Sofwan Al Banna, Ph.D.
THE CRITICAL ROLE OF DATA &
THE DIFFICULT ART OF IMPLEMENTATION

WHAT DATA IMPLEMENTATION

The availability of accurate and timely Good policy design is no guarantee of


WHY
data for better policy decision smooth policy implementation

HOW Develop e-government Learn to privilege issues of implementation over


questions of design

Develop diagnostic and cultural-awareness capacities to


understand the dynamics of implementation processes

Bring the realities of the policy-fields into the classroom


through first-hand field research
ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

WORKSHOPS

GUEST LECTURES

SPEAKER SERIES

MASTER CLASS
SGPP Video

SGPP-Indonesia campus is located on a hilly


seven-hectare land in Sentul area, about 40
minutes’ drive from Central Jakarta.
FACILITIES
LECTURE ROOMS
GROUP WORK ROOMS

LIBRARY WITH 10,000+ BOOKS

STUDENT LOUNGE
SHUTTLE BUS FROM/TO JAKARTA
FUTSAL
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

BACHELOR’S DEGREE
MINIMUM 2 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
AN EXCELLENT COMMAND OF ENGLISH (TOEFL 550 OR IELTS 6.5)
ADMISSION PROCEDURES

DOWNLOAD COMPLETE FORMS MAKE PAYMENT SUBMIT

application pack from by following the guideline IDR 600,000 non- forms, required documents* and
www.sgpp.ac.id provided refundable payment confirmation slip to:
application fee
admissions@sgpp.ac.id
or by post to
SGPP-Indonesia
Jalan Anyar, Kec. Citeureup
* CHECKLIST:
Sentul – Bogor 16810
2 academic references
2 professional references
A personal statement (submitted in the application form) in English
A current curriculum vitae in English
All official transcripts from all previous years spent in higher education.
Proof of English language proficiency (TOEFL 550 minimum or IELTS 6.5)
SCHOLARSHIPS
SGPP Offers 100% Tuition Fee Scholarship to Outstanding Applicants

- Academic Achievement (A minimum GPA 3.5/4.0)

- A minimum TOEFL of 600 / IELTS 7.5

- Pass Scholarship Interview


www.sr-indonesia.com
• First publishing : August 2011
• Type of journal : Popular
• Publishing Frequency : Quarter (4 editions per year)
• Price : IDR 125,000
• Target reader : Professionals, business communities, military
officials, academics, embassies, general public
• Scope of articles : Theory/philosophies (20%), Idea/thoughts
(30%), policy & strategies (50%)
• We invite you to write for Strategic Review (offline and online), please
contact Ms Nisa Hadid at nisa.hadid@sr-indonesia.com
Indicative Article Contributors
Our Writers 21

Stephen Schwartz Hatta Radjasa Michael E. Porter Endi Bayuni Joseph E. Stiglitz Surin Pitsuwan Fareed Zakaria

Mayjen M. Alfan Kuntoro


Christianto Wibisono Marty Natalegawa George Soros Mark Fuller Jacques Diouf
Baharuddin Mangkusubroto

Douglas Ramage Gita Wirjawan Ulil Abshar Abdalla Sir Martin Sorrel Kishore Mahbubani Kevin Nealer Chatib Basri
STRATEGIC REVIEW 2016-2017 Program

Writing and journalism workshop program :


21 Mei 2016 at SGPP Campus, Sentul
“How to Write For Strategic Review – An Introduction to Writing in English”.

23 June 2016 at Telkom University, Bandung


“How to Write For Strategic Review – An Introduction to Writing in English”.

26 August 2017 at Equity Tower, Jakarta


“Writing and the World of International Journalism: Learn from a Professional”

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Short Courses
• SGPP Indonesia also specialize in custom designing courses to suit your workplace.

Leadership for Senior Executives


Authentic Leader Development
Leading & Building a Culture of Innovation
Integrity, Intelligence, and Energy
Integrity and Anti-Corruption
Strategic Thinking in Public Sector
Emotional Intelligence
Public Speaking
Team Building

• Contact us to arrange a suitable time for our Trainer & Assessor to visit your workplace to discuss your needs

and option. We will then tailor your specific training needs and provide you with the course scope and

costings.
PREVIOUS COURSES

Asset-Based Thinking Approach workshop with SPIRIT Bappenas 2017



ALUMNI TESTIMONIALS
It is a privilege for me to study in SGPP because I am
constanly learning, not only in class, but also in life. I have
the best and most inspiring faculties who have became
mentors, they provide us with the best learning materials
and classmates who have not only turned into my good
friends, but also into my family here in Indonesia. Being
an international student is challenging, but with the
assistance of the awesome staff of SGPP it has been a lot
easier to adapt to a whole different culture and learn a
new language.
Ma Alexandra Victoria P.Francisco
Co-founder of the International Youth United Organizations

Education is the most powerful weapon used to


change the world. She believes that SGPP as
provider of excellent education plays an important
role to change our nation.
Hayatun Nufus
Expert Staff Member of Parliament of Republic Indonesia
and scholarship recipient of American Council For Young
Political Leader in Professional Fellow Programs 2018
F.A.Q.

Recommended 2018-2019 Tuition Full and partial


application deadline classes begin USD 10,000 SCHOLARSHIPS
30 JUNE 2018 1 OCTOBER 2018 (approx. IDR 130,000,000) AVAILABLE
GET IN TOUCH

Admissions & General Information


Ony Jamhari

School of Government and Public Policy - Indonesia


Jalan Anyar, Citeureup
Sentul - Bogor 16810, Indonesia

PHONE +62 21 2932 5345 facebook.com/sgppid


EMAIL info@sgpp.ac.id @sgppindonesia

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