|The spectacular Borobudur and Prambanan temples are located a short distance from the centre of Yogyakarta. (Image: Dietrich Ayala / CC BY 2.0 license)|
Apply now for a $5,000 grant to study in Indonesia
Seven New Colombo Plan mobility grants are available to undergraduate Monash University students wishing to spend Semester 2 2017 studying in Indonesia on one of ACICIS Study Indonesia’s in-country programs.
What will I study?
The Indonesian Business, Law and Society Program (IBLS) at Indonesian Islamic University, Yogyakarta, is a semester-long program which provides students with a unique opportunity to study Indonesian business, law or society, or a combination thereof, at an Islamic university in the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation.
- All classes are conducted in English and students have the opportunity to undertake an internship placement as part of their study.
- Students also have the opportunity to undertake a Professional Placement (internship) as part of this program. This placement provides an opportunity for students to gain valuable experience working in community-based organisations in the business or law sector.
- Academic credit is available to participants in ACICIS semester programs.
Am I eligible?
In order to apply for a New Colombo Plan mobility grant you must be (all of the following):
- Currently studying an undergraduate degree (Bachelor Pass or Honours degree);
- An Australian citizen;
- Between 18 and 28 years of age* on program start date (see here);
- Undertaking the ACICIS program for academic credit towards your Monash University degree.
*Please note: 10 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.
The application deadline for ACICIS’s Semester 2, 2017 semester-long programs is Saturday 15 April 2017.
You can apply online here.
Enquiries about the program and the available grants may be directed to ACICIS Secretariat Officer Meg McPherson:
Phone: (08) 6488 6675
More information about this semester-long study option is available here.