Debunking the Stereotypes about Studying Abroad: the UK Focus

14 January 2021, 16:00 - 17:00 Jakarta time


Chris Wrenour executive director


Professor E. Aminudin Aziz, MA, Ph.D.
Head of National Language Agency at the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture
Rin Aziz
Bsc Psychology in Education at the University of York
Anastasia Widyadari
PhD Candidate in Medicine at the University of Leeds
Syazka Narindra
Clinical Psychologist

Event Info

We just wrapped up our first webinar in 2021 with very productive discussions and Q&A session, moderated by Chris Wren, debunking the stereotypes of studying abroad, with a UK focus.

We were joined by Syazka Narindra who addressed concerns parents have in regards to sending their child to study abroad through the lens of a psychologist.

Current students Rin Aziz from University of York and Anastasia Widyadari from University of Leeds both shared challenges faced as well as advice on how to prepare and cope living as a university student in the UK. Swipe through for some key highlights.

Last not but least we were joined by Prof. E. Aminudin Aziz, MA, Ph.D. (Head of National Language Agency, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia) sharing his point of view as a parent and education expert, the benefits of pursuing your study in the UK for both parents and their child.