Saab Scholarship For Indonesian Engineers

Defence and security company Saab will be awarding a Master’s Scholarship for Aeronautics as a part of an effort to collaborate in building an engineering talent base.

Saab, together with KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, are organizing the KTH Master's Challenge Aeronautics Competition in Indonesia this October. Saab and KTH will award a complete Master’s scholarship to a student from Indonesia to pursue the Aeronautics program at KTH in Stockholm.

Saab will provide the student with living allowances for the entire duration of the course and KTH will cover the tuition expense. This is a unique full scholarship opportunity from Saab and KTH. The participants will have to exhibit strong logical reasoning and comprehensive knowledge of their field of engineering in order to advance in the competition and stand a chance to secure the scholarship. The scholarship competition is opened for Indonesian citizens currently enrolled at an Indonesian university or recent graduates holding a technical bachelor's degree from an Indonesian university.

The competition starts on 1st October and ends in November. Winner shall be announced in December this year and a prize ceremony will be held during the Spring of 2016. To enter the competition, please follow

“Saab has been imparting innovative work methods and technology transfer through university collaboration. We have partnered with the KTH Master's Challenge Aeronautics Competition to increase interactions between the countries in education and technology”, says Dan Enstedt, President & CEO, Saab Asia Pacific.

“The Scholarship programme will enable Indonesian students to access high technology focused master’s degree courses as well as for internships conducted in Sweden. It shall serve as a bridge between Sweden and Indonesian organizations, industries and educational institutions”, says Peter Carlqvist, Head of Saab Indonesia.

Saab brings to Indonesia world leading products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Indonesia is a strategically important market for Saab; therefore Saab is intensifying its efforts in the country. Saab’s product portfolio includes many systems that would ensure high tech and proven solutions with good value for money for the planned further development of the Indonesian Armed Forces.

For further information, please contact:

Lena Pellebergs

Head of Communication for Asia Pacific.

+66 92 558 1581

Saab Press Centre,

+46 (0) 734 180 018,

Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents and constantly develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.