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On behalf of Chemnitz University of Technology to the AC21 International Graduate School 2017 to Indonesia

Apply now until the April 05, 2017, for one of the places for participants of Chemnitz University of Technology in the Graduate School at Gadjah Mada University Yogyakarta from July 10 till 15, 2017

To give answers in order to face the great challenges of our century as well as to further strengthen the global collaboration in teaching and research – to these objectives is dedicated the university network “Academic Consortium 21” (AC21). Chemnitz University of Technology counts among its leading members.A special format, dedicated especially to Master- and PhD-students of the member universities, are the AC21 International Graduate Schools which are each time hosted by another AC21-member university. The AC21 International Graduate this year will happen from July 10 till 15, 2017, at Gadjah Mada University Yogyakarta (Indonesia).

Chemnitz University of Technology has got the opportunity to nominate up to 10 of its Master- or PhD-students for this event who are then exempted from paying the tuition fees and from costs for subsistence during the conference. The overarching theme of the upcoming AC21 International Graduate School will deal with “Community and Indigenous-based Technology for Sustainable Development Towards Resilient Society”.

Further information as well as the application documents (application form, form for CV, form for short essay) are available on the website of Chemnitz University of Technology for the AC21 International Graduate School 2017 ( and should be submitted duly filled in electronic form until the April 05, 2017, by email to the International Office (

For further information please contact Dr. Wolfgang Lambrecht, Telephone 0371 531-35679, email:

(Author: Dr. Wolfgang Lambrecht)

Mario Steinebach

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