Indonesian Business, Law & Society Program

Specialise in Indonesian Business, Law or Society and sign up for an internship with a local organisation.

6 x $7000 - New Columbo Plan Grants available for eligible undergraduate students 

Contactenquiries@acicis.edu.au
Duration August 2019 – December 2019 (actual dates tbc)
Qualification Gain academic credit towards your degree
Applications close   15 April 2019
Fees AUD $3,615 for member university students
Scholarships AUD $7,000 New Colombo grants available to eligible students.  » Are you eligible

Applications for this program are made directly through ACICIS website.

Once accepted Monash Law students can enrol in this program using 4 x Law Study Abroad Units to equal a semester of study. To be eligible for a Law Study Abroad unit students must have completed 48 credit points of compulsory law study, equivalent one full year of law studies at time of application with a minimum Law WAM of 60%.

Description

ACICIS’ Indonesian Business, Law and Society Program (IBLS) is a semester-long program hosted by the Indonesian Islamic University (UII), Yogyakarta. Taught in English, this program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of Indonesian business, law and society at regional and global levels, as seen from an Indonesian perspective, while developing necessary critical skills to enter their respective fields. Students enrol in subjects at UII’s International Schools located within the Faculty of Economics and the Faculty of Law. These subjects cover a range of thematic areas within business, law and society. The IBLS also offers students the option to undertake a ‘professional placement’, enabling students to put their studies into practice and gain a real-world experience outside the classroom. Students are placed with local commercial firms, community-based organisations, government bodies, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and are given the opportunity to develop important skills in legal advocacy, public relations, administration, finance, research and reporting. The IBLS has been designed for students with no existing Indonesian language skills; however, students with existing language skills are welcome to participate. This program also includes Indonesian language classes at a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level.

Program details can be found here

Promotional video can be viewed here