The prizes were presented by Angela Hennely (second from the left) from British Council and Agus P. Sohoed and Reza Suriansha from Unisadhuguna Teaching Centre at our British Council IELTS Prize Ceremony on 27 August 2014. The winners were picked from a large number of well-qualified applicants, and they distinguished themselves with their IELTS test result, written task, and interview.
Once again, our heartiest congratulations go out to the winners! Do you think you have what it takes to be one of our 2015 winners?
Michael Zhan from Medan
the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, majoring in Economic and Political Science
“Being able to set my feet on the LSE (London School of Economics and Political Science) campus is surely an imagination that has never occurred even in my dream. Hence, I would like to express my gratitude to UTC and the British Council for not only supporting my study financially through the British Council IELTS Prize, but also engaging me in a journey of self-exploration where I discover the purpose of my academic pursuit and how I can pay the generosity which I have received forward to those who are in need. Indeed, it has been a greatly fruitful experience and I encourage every Indonesian student to have a dream of no boundaries.”
Christina Dian Hayu Kurniawati from Jakarta
the University of Edinburgh, the United Kingdom, majoring in Sustainable Energy Systems
(third from the right)
"I want to implement what I learn about sustainable energy systems to mitigate the effects of climate change when I get back to Indonesia. The British Council IELTS Prize is a great help for me to achieve my goals. Thanks to UTC and the British Council."
Luthfi Rais from Jakarta
the Birmingham University, the United Kingdom, majoring in Advanced Chemical Engineering
(third from the left)
“I’m very glad to know that I was selected to be one of the Winner of British Council IELTS Prize. I thank my parents for informing me about the British Council IELTS Prize and my friends for helping me prepare the interview. This prize gives me big support to continue my master degree in University of Birmingham. For me, getting the prize will make me more responsible for what I will contribute to the society during and after I study abroad. After graduate from master degree, I want to have a career in hydrogen energy field because currently fossil energy in Indonesia is very limited and already caused bad effect to the environment. Hydrogen energy is very promising in Indonesia to reduce or solve that problem”.