The postgraduate student scholarship program in Indonesia provides financial support to foreign students studying at universities in Indonesia.
It was created in 2002 and covers students from India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Nepal.
According to the Jakarta Postgraduate Scholarship Organization, the program provides up to US$100,000 ($126,000) to up to 500 students annually.
The government of Indonesia has been working on revamping the program, but there is no guarantee that the program will survive the current crisis.
Asean Postgraduate Scholarships The program has a total of over 15,000 students participating in the program.
According the JPSO, about 2,200 postgraduate students receive a $1,000 scholarship, but the program is expected to be funded by the government.
The JPSE provides financial aid to students from countries other than Indonesia.
The Indonesian government announced in March that the government was increasing its postgraduate scholarships for students from all other countries in the world, including India, Thailand, Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, and Japan.
There are about 15,500 postgraduate fellows in the United States, and more than 2,000 postgraduate scholars from countries outside of the country.
However, the postgraduate program is not without its critics.
A survey conducted by the Institute for Southeast Asian Studies found that only 5 percent of JPSC participants supported the scholarship program, and another 17 percent were against it.