This page provides information for students from Indonesia interested in undertaking a doctoral programme in the School of Healthcare and/or the School of Psychology at the University of Leeds.
The University of Leeds is a member of the Russell Group of research-intensive universities in the UK. We are within the top-100 world universities and one of the top universities in the UK.
You can find general information about the doctoral programmes in the Faculty of Medicine and Health here. You can also find general information about being an international student and the support available to you at the University of Leeds here.
Watch our video on postgraduate research at the University of Leeds.
Research topics in Healthcare and Psychology
In the School of Healthcare we have expertise to supervise PhD students in the following areas; long term conditions; mental health, maternal child and family health; medicines optimisation and people, systems and services. Find out more.
In the School of Psychology we have expertise to supervise PhD students in the following areas; behaviour change; health and wellbeing; lifespan development, the nervous system and its disorders. Find out more.
Supervision is available in each school but also jointly across the School of Healthcare and the School of Psychology where relevant.
Some of the main funding opportunities
|Scholarship – Doctoral and Post-Doctoral study
|Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions
|This scholarship is provided by the European Commission.
|Ministry of Religious Affairs of Indonesia (MoRA) Scholarship
|This scholarship is available for those who work in the institution or government sectors under MoRA.
|Newton-RISTEKDIKTI Doctoral Scholarship
|The funding is for doctoral and post-doctoral study. It is a collaboration between the UK and the Indonesian government.
|For women from developing countries whose focus is science, technology, engineering or medicine (STEM). The funding is available for doctoral and post-doctoral study.
Scholarship – Doctoral and Masters study
|Aceh Government Scholarship
|This fellowship is limited to Aceh citizens to pursue a master or doctoral programme.
|Indonesian Education Scholarship/Beasiswa Pendidikan Indonesia (BPI)
|This scholarship is available for master and doctoral programmes. The funding is provided by the Indonesian government through Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP).
|Lecturer Education Scholarship
|This fellowship aims to fund Indonesian lecturers, or prospective lecturers, to continue their study for master and doctoral programmes.
|Islamic Development Bank (lsDB) Scholarship
|lsDB provides scholarships for bachelor, master and doctoral programmes for country members, including Indonesia.
|Scholarship – Masters Funding only
|This funding is for master degree only.
Process of application
If you are potentially interested in applying to undertake a PhD the School of Healthcare or School of Psychology at the University of Leeds this is how you can take this forward step by step.
- Contact the assigned advisor on postgraduate studies at your organisation to register your interest and to discuss this opportunity. You can do so at any point in your studies. You will be provided advice about the academic achievement expected. We are open to applications from all universities in Indonesia and are currently working particularly closely with the following universities and assigned contacts:
Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta (UMS): Dr Lusi Nuryanti.
- If you have or are near to obtaining your Bachelor or Master degree, you will be considered for an interview with a representative from the University of Leeds. This interview is to assess your academic potential, motivation and match with available supervisors.
- If it is decided to progress with your application, you will be supported to find a supervisor, to secure a place to study for a PhD at the University of Leeds, and in your application for a scholarship.
Case studies of PhD students from Indonesia
Following are some examples of PhD research undertaken by international students in the School of Healthcare and in the School of Psychology.