Beasiswa Unggulan Dosen Indonesia (BUDI) Scholarship Applicants

Scholarship for the Distinguished Indonesian Professors/Lecturers
Northeastern University’s College of Engineering is a BUDI scholarship-eligible institution and welcomes applicants from Indonesia. BUDI is a scholarship program created by the Indonesian Government through LPDP (Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education) for Indonesian Lecturers/Professors who want to advance to their degree. The purpose of the BUDI program is to improve the quality of Indonesian faculty members by earning their doctoral degree so that they can provide more meaningful contribution in economic growth, Science and Technology, and to create solutions for the nations’s problems.


The full list of BUDI scholarship requirements can be found at:

Connect with Northeastern

Northeastern was in Indonesia, as supported by the Indonesian Government, visiting with several universities and participating in admissions recruiting events during the month of September 2018. View the itinerary.

Message from Indonesia Faculty Ambassador

Julius Marpaung Associate Teaching Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University

Located in Boston—the nation’s hub for high tech, biotech, medical, and academia—Northeastern University is one of the oldest universities in the region. Our mission is to educate students for a life of fulfillment and accomplishment, and to create and translate knowledge to meet global and societal needs. QS World Ranking classifies Northeastern University research output as Very High. We are proud of the experiential and interdisciplinary education and high quality of convergent research conducted at Northeastern University and encourage you to join our community.BUDI (Beasiswa Unggulan Dosen Indonesia) scholarship recipients who are admitted to Northeastern will experience a rich multicultural environment during their study at Northeastern University and stay in Boston. Many of our faculty members and students come from around the globe as we value diversity on our campus. Places of worship including churches, mosques and temples can be found close to campus, and restaurants and markets from different parts of the world are available in Boston and the surrounding area. For those of you who miss Indonesian home cooking, Boston has the famous Indonesian Kaki Lima restaurant. Indonesian products such as ABC soy sauce and sambal can also be found in Boston as well. You can learn more about life in Boston and Northeastern by connecting with a student ambassador and graduate admissions.

The College of Engineering at Northeastern University offers an innovative and global environment with $197 million in active research funding, 13 multi-institutional research centers with funding from eight federal agencies, 28 MS and PhD programs, including Interdisciplinary PhD programs, and relationships with 3000 industry partners as part of our world-renowned cooperative education program.

I encourage you to learn more about Northeastern’s Graduate School of Engineering and our distinctive approach to education and research, and look forward to you becoming part of our family.