Limerick University, Ireland at IISMA Partnership Week
Limerick University, Ireland at IISMA Partnership Week. Limerick University, Ireland is one of the host universities for the IISMA Program, the Government of Indonesia scholarship scheme to fund Indonesian students for mobility program at top universities overseas. One of the IISMA 2021 awardees from Telkom University, J. Rona Laily Amin, managed to enter Limerick University, Ireland to take part in the Student Exchange program. Yesterday, February 3rd, 2022 Telkom University had a chance to host a sharing session with representatives from Limerick University, Ireland to share information as a form of exploring cooperation with Indonesian universities. This sharing session is one of a series of IISMA information sharing sessions to open opportunities for collaboration with top universities abroad.
IISMA Partnership Week 2022 with the University of Limerick, Ireland was opened by Junaidi, S.S., M.A, Vice Project Manager of Kampus Merdeka and Dr. Ir. Rina Pudjiastuti, M.T, Vice Rector of Telkom University for Research, Innovation and Partnership. Katherine Martin and Liam P. Ryan, representatives from the University of Limerick, Ireland introduced a glimpse of the University of Limerick and its possible partnership programs. Limerick University is in the rank of 126 in Times Higher Education Impact Ranking 2021. Currently Limerick University, Ireland has collaborated with many partner universities in 71 countries, including Indonesia. Limerick University has been collaborating with the Indonesian government in the IISMA Program in the field of International Credit Mobility, Student Exchange and Articulation.
Limerick Collaboration Areas
After the IISMA collaboration, in general, the University of Limerick is open to collaboration in 4 areas, including:
- International Credit Mobility programs
- PhD programs
- Articulation Agreement (Double Degree & Joint Degree programs)
- Online Mobility Programs
Here are the steps for Indonesian universities to collaborate with Limerick University:
- Identify areas of shared interest with Limerick University
- Investigate potential for collaboration and put together a specific proposal
- Identify key faculty members in both universities.
- Send proposal to Limerick University (Liam P. Ryan) for initial review.
- Hold and introduction and briefing calls
- If a proposal is of interest, it can be proceeded to sign MoU and start a partnership.
We look forward to collaborating with the University of Limerick, Ireland on many programs to facilitate our students as well as lecturers and staff in internationalization program.(IO)***