Monthly Archives: March 2009

Invitation to the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association Southeast Asia Chapter



[note: remove the .doc extension of the second file and rename to ema-sea_data.xls]

Dear EMA members in Southeast Asia,

Greetings from Bangkok and Jakarta!

We are writing to you on behalf of the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA). The EMA has recently initiated a new channel called the EMA Southeast Asia Chapter for members in 11 countries in the Southeast Asian region; namely, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonedia, Laos PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, and Vietnam. The EMA Southeast Asia Chapter aims to create more effective ways to communicate as well as maintain friendships and networking among the EMA members, not only at regional lever but also worldwide.

In order to make the EMA Southeast Asia Chapter works, we need your agreement and willingness to participate in our upcoming activities and events. Please read the invitation letter as attached, then fill in the data sheet file and send back to us no later than 15 April 2009.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We look forward to having your active response as well as welcoming you to the EMA Southeast Asia Chapter.

Best regards,

EMA-SEA Pro-Team Chapter
Chaidarun Iamphak, Thailand
Iqbal Akbar, Indonesia

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March 26 session @ the Delegation of the European Commission


Erasmus Mundus alumnae with Thelma Gecolea and prospective students

At the office of the delegation, Erasmus Mundus alumna Vera Horigue presented an overview of on coastal resource management in the Philippines and in the EU. This was followed by a discussion on possible EM promotional efforts chaired by country representative Jill Lopez. The March 26 meeting is the first in a series of quarterly sessions with presentations of EM alumni. Keep posted for schedules.

Jill introduces the presenter

Vera talks about coastal resources management issues
Vera talks about coastal resources management issues
Ambassador Alistair MacDonald makes a suggestion

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Emanate #2

The second issue of the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association magazine is out. If you haven’t received your copy by post, register or update your account in the EMA website.

Check out the reportage on the Jakarta networking event by Pinoy EM alumna Abby,  Indonesian EM alumnus Iqbal and our guest blogger Yansen on page 8.

[Update] PDF version of Emanate #2 is here.

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