Indonesian Law Professional Practicum

Borobudur Temple
The spectacular Borobudur and Prambanan temples are located a short distance from the centre of Yogyakarta. (Image: Dietrich Ayala / CC BY 2.0 license)

June 2017

Indonesian Law Professional Practicum

Four $3,000 New Colombo Plan mobility grants are available to undergraduate students from Monash University wishing to spend Summer 2018 studying in Indonesia on ACICIS Study Indonesia’s Law Professional Practicum (LPP).

ACICIS’ Law Professional Practicum (LPP) gives students a unique opportunity to gain valuable experience working in Indonesia’s legal industry. Students attend two weeks of academic tuition, including Indonesian language classes and a series of seminars and field trips, prior to undertaking a four-week supervised practicum placement (internship) in an Indonesian legal workplace environment.

No background in Indonesian language is required to participate in this program. More information in this study option is available here.

Academic credit toward your Monash University degree is available to participants undertaking ACICIS’ Law Professional Practicum.


New Colombo Plan mobility grant applicants must be undergraduate (Bachelor Pass or Honours degree) students, Australian Citizens and between 18 and 28 years of age on the program start date (3 January 2018).  However, 30 percent of the total grant recipients for any given program (Australia-wide) may be over the age of 28. Therefore, students who do not meet this age criteria are still strongly encouraged to apply. Grant recipients must be undertaking the ACICIS program for academic credit towards their Monash University degree.

How to Apply

Enquire about any upcoming application dates here.

Apply online here.

For a step-by-step guide on how to apply, see here.


Enquiries regarding this ACICIS program and available mobility grants may be directed to Meg McPherson, ACICIS Secretariat Officer:

Phone: 08 6488 6675