Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

Starting from 2016, Indonesia and the Netherlands work together to improve vocational education in Indonesia, in particular in agriculture.

We believe that improving vocational education will have a direct impact on the quality of human resources and the welfare of the population in both countries.

In the Netherlands, agricultural schools from vocational to higher education are working closely together with the agricultural industry to benefit as much as possible from each other’s knowledge and experience. Because, good education on agriculture for every step in the value chain is essential, from production, processing, transport up and to promotion and sales.

Our partners

To bring vocational education in Indonesia to a next level we are working together with the Indonesian Government and selected schools, in close cooperation. A number of partnerships have been created between vocational schools and the industry. There is a close collaboration between universities from the two countries, IPB Bogor and the University of Wageningen. Dutch green education organizations Aeres University of Applied Sciences, HAS University of Applied Sciences and Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences joined forces to optimise the Dutch contribution and to benefit all parties involved. Nuffic Neso Indonesia participates with three projects under the ‘Innovation In Capacity building’ (Innocap) umbrella and with its contributions under the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP).


The results achieved so far and the opportunities to continue the Indonesian-Dutch cooperation in this field are highlighted in the publication 'Green Education to Strengthen Human Capital'. On the occasion of the state visit from 9 to 13 March 2020, the publication was presented to the Dutch Vice Minister of Agriculture Nature and Food Quality, Jan-Kees Goet.

More information

For more information you can contact Nuffic Neso Indonesia:

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