On April 28, Deputy Chief of Mission Brian McFeeters, along with a representative from the Government of Indonesia’s Scholarship Division of LPDP (Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan), emphasized the benefits of studying in the U.S., highlighted the many free resources available through EducationUSA and congratulated all the LPDP awardees at a “Study in the US” event at @america. Presenters discussed personal essays and resumes/CVs, two key aspects of the U.S. application process. A recent Harvard University graduate and an Indonesian headed to the University of Washington’s Foster Business School also answered questions about the application process and studying in the US from an audience of approximately 80 young Indonesians. This event kicked off a number of upcoming events to provide more information to Indonesians interested in studying in the US. LPDP offers fully-funded GOI scholarships to well qualified Indonesians to pursue Masters and PhD degrees at institutions of higher education both in Indonesia and abroad.