Australian students have been taking programs at Indonesian universities in Yogyakarta, Malang and Jakarta for the last 13 years, through the ACICIS program.
A consortium of 20 Australian universities, ACICIS (Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies) organises students from around Australia to spend up to a year at universities in Indonesia.
ACICIS started in 1995 offering programs for students interested in Indonesian language and studies at Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, and Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang.
More recently ACICIS has added an Islamic business program at Universitas Islam Indonesia in Yogyakarta, and a six week journalism practicum in Jakarta. It is now developing plans for short courses and semester length courses for other disciplines, taught in English and at Indonesian universities.
David Reeve worked for three years in Indonesia as Resident Director for the ACICIS program, and he will be visiting Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina campus on Monday 13 October to answer questions you may have about these programs.
Join David from 2.30-3.30pm in Red 6.1.03. For further information contact Richard Curtis at email@example.com or phone 8946 7171.