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1 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia ACICIS (pronounced Ah-chee-chees) provides access to high quality, semester-long, study options at Indonesia universities. ACICIS arranges visas, orientation, and placement at Indonesian universities. So far there have been more than 700 participating students. ACICIS Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies

2 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia In-Country study provides an opportunity to put academic study of Indonesian into practice. Try learning the Indonesian language in its lived context, or through field research. Why Study ‘In-Country’?

3 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia Gadjah Mada University (UGM), in Yogyakarta, is one of Indonesia’s top universities. ACICIS students study either intensive language classes or regular units from any faculty in the university, or a mix of both. All classes are in Indonesian. Study Options - UGM

4 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia Popular Courses - UGM Javanese Gamelan Javanese for Beginners Anthropology of Women Development of Islam Basic Photography Rural Development Politics and the Military Australian Foreign Policy

5 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia Muhammadiyah University is a private Islamic university in Malang, East Java, ACICIS students usually undertake personal field research on a topic of their own choice. Many do this as preparation for an honours thesis. All classes are in Indonesian. Field Research - Malang

6 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia Indonesian Arts at ISI Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI) in Yogyakarta, is one of Indonesia's premier institutions for the visual and performing arts. Students can study traditional Indonesian gamelan music, dance, wayang kulit, theatre, art, sculpture and many other subjects. All classes are in Indonesian.

7 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia ACICIS offers a semester-long study option on Islamic Business taught in English at Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) in Yogyakarta. The experience will give participants a deeper understanding of how Muslim values can and do affect approaches to business. Study Islamic Business

8 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia Interested in being a foreign correspondent? ACICIS offers a 6 week Journalism Practicum in Jakarta in January/February of each year. There are 2 weeks in class then 4 weeks work experience with an Indonesian media outlet. No Indonesian language skills necessary. Journalism Practicum

9 ACICIS In Indonesia ACICIS employs a full-time Australian academic to live in Indonesia and supervise the ACICIS program. The current the Resident Director is Dr Phil King. Opening the door to universities in Indonesia

10 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia ACICIS staff provide help and information, but students are responsible for finding their own accommodation. This is not difficult as plenty of student accommodation is available. Accommodation options are relatively inexpensive by Australian standards. Where will you live?

11 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia Can my children or partner come? We regularly arrange the same visas for children and partners. Can I go travelling in Indonesia? This is possible during the school holidays. Many students travel all over Indonesia. FAQs

12 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia ACICIS regards safety and security as our first priority. We give students accurate, up-to- date information, but ACICIS students are not like tourists. They live in the community and have 24 hour backup from ACICIS staff. Security in Indonesia

13 Costs Approximate costs for one semester: Tuition A$2,000 Visa/orientation A$765 Airfare A$1,000 Insurance A$500 Living Expenses A$2,500 *Costs may vary Australian students may remain eligible for Austudy and may have their tuition covered by HECS. Opening the door to universities in Indonesia

14 Opening the door to universities in Indonesia Applications must be in by 1 st October for Semester 1 1 st May for Semester 2 Contact your university, or ACICIS directly at How to Apply?


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