ACICIS: Study in Indonesia

ACICIS Study Indonesia

The Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) is a non-profit consortium of universities that develops and coordinates high quality, in-country study options in Indonesia.

ACICIS programs enhance the student's educational experience, and produces graduates with the ability to understand the world from a global perspective. ACICIS offers a variety of short summer and winter programs abroad. The programs are aimed at undergraduate students who have completed at least one year of study in the related discipline.

 

Current Opportunities
 

Agriculture Professional Practicum  - $3,000 Mobility Grant Available

The program, hosted by Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB University) in Bogor, consists of an initial two weeks of intensive Indonesian language instruction and English language lectures by local practitioners and experts in the fields of agriculture, food science, environment and resource management, followed by a four-week supervised practicum placement with a local or international agricultural, agribusiness, or resource management organisation.

The program is designed to cater for students with no existing Indonesian language skills. Candidates with existing language skills will, however, be welcome.

For more information and apply online: https://www.acicis.edu.au/programs/practicum/agriculture-professional-practicum-app/ 

 

Law Professional Practicum - $3000 Mobility Grant Available 

The program, hosted by Atma Jaya Catholic University will consist of an initial two weeks of intensive Indonesian language instruction and English language lectures by local legal practitioners and experts in the field of law, followed by a four-week supervised practicum placement with a local or international legal firm, government authority or non-government organisation (NGO). The program will be designed to cater for students with no existing Indonesian language skills. Candidates with existing language skills will, however, be welcome.

For more information and to apply online: https://www.acicis.edu.au/programs/practicum/law-professional-practicum-lpp/

 

Public Health Study Tour - $3,000 Mobility Grant Available

The Public Health Study Tour (PHST) is a two-week intensive program for public health students to gain experience in the public health sector in Indonesia. The two-week intensive tour is made up of a comprehensive seminar series, and a number of field visits to health care facilities, organisations and schools in Indonesia  which provide students with the opportunity to see firsthand how the public health system works in Indonesia and to understand the complex challenges it faces. 

For more information and to apply online: https://www.acicis.edu.au/programs/tour/public-health-study-tour/

 

Indonesian Language Short Course 

The Indonesian Language Short Course (ILSC) provides intensive Indonesian language training for students from introductory to advanced levels.

Running in three-week sessions during university vacation periods, students can undertake the program either to fast-track or supplement language studies at their home university, or, for those students exploring an emerging interest in Indonesia, as an in-country, immersive introduction to the Indonesian language.

For more information and to apply online: https://anu-au-sa.terradotta.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10168 

 

Academic Credit

Students need to seek approval from their respective academic college/s to gain academic credits. 
 

 

Grant Eligibility
 

You may be eligible to receive New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant. Click here to see if you meet the eligibility criteria.

There is no separate application for a New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant. All students are strongly encouraged to apply and will have their eligibility to receive a grant assessed as part of the application process.

 

Contact

Enquiries about the program and the available grants may be directed to ACICIS Secretariat Officer, Meg McPherson:

Phone: 08 6488 6680

Email: m.mcpherson@acicis.edu.au