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SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme 2020: 5th Batch March-September


Posted on:
16.02.2020 by RECOTVET

Implementing Institutions:
SEAMEO

Year:
2020

Scale of Initiative:
Regional
SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme 2020 Batch 5

Description

What is the SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme?

All Documents 5th Batch Directory Mechanism Briefing

Timeline 5th Batch Guidelines All Forms Institutional Profiles

In this article you can find all information about the 5th batch of the SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme.

The 5th batch of SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme was agreed at the 6th SEAMEO Polytechnic Network Meeting on 17-18 October 2019 in Da Nang City, Vietnam. The meeting was hosted by Duy Tan University, Vietnam. The Letter of Agreement of the 5th Batch was agreed by 154 institutions from 5 countries; namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

During 2018-2019, the SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme has been implemented for 4 batches with the total number of 1,143 TVET students exchanged.

SEA-TVET Student Exchange

Letter of Agreement (LOA)

Number of Participating Institutions

Number of Student Exchange

Exchange Period

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5th Batch in 2020

LOA of 5th Batch of SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme (as of 15 Dec 2019)

154 institutions from 5 countries: Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam

Estimated 600 students to be exchanged

Mar- Sept

2020

Link

4th Batch in 2019

LOA of 4th Batch of SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme

90 institutions from 5 countries: Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam

542

Aug-Nov 2019 for 30-90 days

Link

3rd Batch in 2019

LOA of 3rd Batch of SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme

50 institutions from 5 countries: Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam

313

 

Jan-Feb-Mar-April 2019 for 30-90 days

Link

2nd Batch in 2018

LOA of 2nd Batch of SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme

49 institutions from 5 countries: Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam

233

Aug-Sept-Oct 2018 for 30 days

Link

1st Batch in 2018

LOA of 1st Batch of SEA-TVET Student Exchange Programme

12 institutions from 4 countries:

Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam

55

Jan- Feb 2018 for

30 days

Link

 

What are the Objectives of the SEA-TVET Student Exchange?

The objectives of the SEA-TVET Student Exchange are as follows:

1.       To enhance global competitiveness, knowledge and technical skills of TVET students

2.       To improve inter-cultural understanding, regional perspectives, and English communication of students

3.       To provide employable opportunities for students

4.       To create a sustainable partnership among polytechnics and TVET colleges/institutions in Southeast Asia

What are the Qualification Levels and Study Areas of Students?

Students should study at Certificate, Diploma, Higher Diploma, or TVET Bachelor level with over 18 years old in TVET institutions, Colleges, Polytechnics, Universities in 11 Southeast Asian countries.

The major/specialisation of students as agreed in 5th Batch LOA are as follows:

 o   Mechatronics, Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical and Manufacturing

o   Industrial Technology

o   Informatics/ Computer Science

o   Hospitality and Tourism

o   Agriculture, Aquaculture, Animal Science, Fisheries

o   Agro Technology/Agro Business

o   Food Technology

o   Business, Commerce and Accounting

o   Creative Industry, Multimedia

o   Civil Engineering

o   Health Science/Nursing/ Public Health

What is the Exchange Period?

The meeting agreed that the 5th batch of SEA-TVET Student Exchange in 2020 will be exchanged for 30 days through industry internship. The travel schedules which can be selected by institutions are as follows:

Option 2020.A (30 Days): Starting 6 March to 4 April 2020

Deadline to submit the Confirmation Form: 15 January 2019

Option 2020.B (30 Days): Starting 5 June to 3 July 2020

Deadline to submit the Confirmation Form: 15 February 2019

Option 2020.C (30 Days): Starting 7 August to 4 September 2020

Deadline to submit the Confirmation Form: 15 April 2019

Option 2020.D (30 Days-90 Days): The travel schedule of the students can be discussed and agreed among institutions.

Deadline to submit the Confirmation Form: 2 months in advance before the travel schedule of students

Note: The schedule for traveling of a student is flexible and should be agreed between the receiving and sending institutions during the student interview and up to the convenience of the students and the receiving institution.

Responsibilities of Participating Institutions

The Sending Institutions will be responsible for:

  • Recruiting eligible outbound students (with good academic performance, proficiency English communication, attitude, maturity. and good health),
  • Coordinating with SEAMEO and the partners for the arrangement,
  • Preparing travel arrangement for outbound students,
  • Conducting pre-departure orientation for outbound students,
  • Coordinating with Receiving Institutions for arrangement of online interview, letter of acceptance, travel schedule, and travel preparation,
  • Ensuring the important travel documents which the outbound students must have: 1) valid passport, 2) student/education visa (if needed), 3) International health insurance, 4) health certificate, and
  • Ensuring that the outbound students will submit the following 3 reports to SEAMEO at the end of internship: 1) International Internship Evaluation Form, 2) Self-Report Blog during internship, 3) Student Overall Project Evaluation.

The Receiving Institutions will be responsible for:

  • Partnering with industries according to the study areas and agreed internship period of inbound students,
  • Arranging internship programme according to the agreed period, including orientation, internship with industry, class room observation, and other excursion/student activities,
  • Coordinating with SEAMEO and partners for arrangement,
  • Preparing accommodations for inbound students,
  • Providing mentor (s) and buddy (ies) for inbound students,
  • Preparing airport transfer for inbound students,
  • Coordinating with sending institutions for arrangement of online interview, Letter of Acceptance, travel schedule, and travel preparation,
  • Ensuring the important travel documents which the inbound students must submit: 1) valid passport, 2) student/education visa, 3) international health insurance, 4) health certificate, and
  • Ensuring that the students will submit the following 3 reports to SEAMEO at the end of internship: 1) International Internship Evaluation Form, 2) Self-Report Blog during internship, 3) Student Overall Project Evaluation.

Who is responsible for the Budget?

For budgeting, it will be based on the following cost sharing agreement between the agreed parties:

  • Parents of outbound students shall be responsible for 1) passport/visa fee, 2) health check-up cost/vaccination, 3) international health and travel insurance, 4) return air-ticket, 5) daily meals, 6) daily public transportation for internship, and 7) pocket money.
  • Receiving institutions shall be responsible for 1) accommodation, 2) transportation for airport transfer, 3) student extra activities

List of Participating Institutions in the 5th Batch

 Indonesia Institutions (65):

Current Members

1.       Astra Manufacturing Polytechnic

2.       Bina Insani University

3.       IPB University, College of Vocational Studies

4.       Indonesia University of Education

5.       Ganesha University of Education

6.       Islamic University of Indonesia

7.       Islamic University of Kalimantan Muhammad Arsyad Al Banjari Banjarmasin

8.       Manufacture Polytechnic of Bandung

9.       Pangkep State Polytechnic of Agriculture

10.   PGRI Madiun University

11.   PGRI University of Semarang

12.   Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya

13.   Politeknik Informatika Nasional

14.   Polytechnic LPP Yogyakarta

15.   Polytechnic Piksi Ganesha Bandung

16.   Universitas Sebelas Maret

17.   Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya

18.   Bali State Polytechnic

19.   State Polytechnic of Bandung

20.   Politeknik Negeri Banyuwangi

21.   State Polytechnic of Batam

22.   State Polytechnic of Bengkalis

23.   State Polytechnic of Jakarta

24.   State Polytechnic of Jember

25.   State Polytechnic of Ketapang

26.   State Polytechnic of Madiun

27.   Politeknik Negeri Malang

28.   State Polytechnic of Medan

29.   Politeknik Negeri Padang

30.   State Polytechnic of Pontianak

31.   State Polytechnic of Samarinda

32.   State Polytechnic of Semarang

33.   State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya

34.   Universitas Negeri Padang

35.   State University of Surabaya

36.   Technology and Business Institute of Asia Malang

37.   STIKI Malang

38.   Tidar University

39.   Toraja Christian University of Indonesia

40.   Tunas Pembangunan University Surakarta

41.   Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

42.   Universitas Muhammadiyah Parepare

43.   Universitas Muhammadiyah Pontianak

44.   Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof Dr Hamka

45.   Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto

46.   Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

47.   University of Airlangga

48.   Universitas Negeri Gorontalo

49.   University of Jambi

50.   Universitas Muria Kudus

51.   Universitas Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran” Yogyakarta

52.   Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo

53.   Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa

New Members

1.       Politeknik Manugaktur Negeri Bangka Belitung

2.       SMKN 5 Banjamasin

3.       SMK Pariswisata Metland Bekasi

4.       Universitas Brawijaya

5.       Univesitas Katolik Widya Mandala Surabaya

6.       Universitas Kristen Indonesia

7.       Universitas Muhammadiyah Buton

8.       Universitas Muhammadiyah Kendari

9.       Universitas Muhammadiyah Riau

10.   Univesitas Pakuan

11.   Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara

12.   Universitas Muhammaiyah Perworejo

 

Malaysia Institutions (33):

Current Members

1.       Kolej Komuniti Baling

2.       Kolej Komuniti Kepala Batas

3.       Kolej Komuniti Kuala Langat

4.       Kolej Komuniti Sungai Petani

5.       Kolej Komuniti Selayang

6.       Politeknik Balik Pulau

7.       Politeknik Banting Selangor

8.       Politeknik Ibrahim Sultan

9.       Politeknik Jeli Kelantan

10.   Politeknik Melaka

11.   Politeknik Merlimau Melaka

12.   Politeknik Mersing Johor

13.   Politeknik METrO Tasek Gelugor

14.   Politeknik Port Dickson

15.   Politeknik Seberang Perai

16.   Politeknik Sultan Azlan Shah

17.   Politeknik Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah

18.   Politeknik Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin

19.   Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah

20.   Politeknik Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin

21.   Politeknik Ungku Omar

22.   Politechnika Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah, Kedah

New Members

1.       Kolej Komuniti Arau

2.       Kolej Komunity Bayan Baru

3.       Kolej Komuniti Kota Melaka

4.       Langkawi Tourism Academy @ Kolej Komuniti Langkawi

5.       Politeknik Hulu Terengganu

6.       Politeknik Kuching Sarawak

7.       Politeknik Metro Kuantan

8.       Politeknik Muadzam Shah

9.       Politeknik Mukah

10.   Politeknik Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah

11.   Politeknik Tawau

 

Philippines Institutions (37):

Current Members

1.       Bulacan State University

2.       Central Luzon State University

3.       Central Mindanao University

4.       Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University

5.       Guimaras State College

6.       Iloilo Science and Technology University

7.       Lyceum Northwestern University

8.       Mariano Marcos State University

9.       Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology

10.   Pangasinan State University

11.   President Ramon Magsaysay State University

12.   Saint Louis University

13.   Tarlac Agricultural University

14.   Trimex Colleges Inc

15.   University of Mindanao

16.   University of the Immaculate Conception

17.   Capiz State University

18.   Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas

19.   Mindoro State College of Agricultural and Technology

20.   Remnant Institute Inc

New Members

1.       Benguet State University

2.       Cavite State University

3.       Central Bicol State University of Agriculture

4.       Central Luzon State University

5.       Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa Sr. Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology

6.       Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College

7.       Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College

8.       Technological Institute of the Philippines

9.       Bataan Peninsula State University

10.   Cantanduanes State University

11.   Nueva Viscaya state University

12.   Tarlac State University

13.   University of Southern Philippines

14.   De La Salle University – Damarinas

15.   Moutain Province State Polytechnic College

16.   Camariens College Norte State College

17.   Bicol State College of Applied Science and Technology

 

Thailand Institutions (14):

Current Members

1.       Chiang Mai Rajabhat University

2.       Lampang Rajabhat University

3.       Nakhon Si Thammarat Vocational College

4.       Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University

5.       Pattani Technical College

6.       Phuket Technology College

7.       Thai Ayothaya Business Administration Technological College

8.       Thai Business Administration Technological College

9.       Taksina Business Administration Technological College

10.   Wimol Business Administration Technological College

11.   Chiang Rai Rajabhat University

New Members

1.       Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University

2.       Sungaikolok Industrial and Community Education College

3.       Satun Community College

 

Vietnam Institutions (5):

Current Members

1.       Duy Tan University

2.       Hoa Sen University

New Members

1.       Academy of Finance

2.       Hue Industrial College

3.       Van Lang University

Note: The above list is according to the Letter of Agreement as of 10 February 2020.

Contact Details

Ms Piyapa S.

Project Officer

SEAMEO Secretariat

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