Study in Indonesia in 2017/2018
New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant opportunities
New Colombo Plan mobility grants, ranging from $3000.00 - $6000.00, are available to undergraduate students wishing to study in Indonesia via the Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies program.
ACICIS Program Offerings
The Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) is a non-profit consortium of universities that develops and coordinates high quality, in-country study options in Indonesia.
Although Monash offers exchange programs through several partners in Indonesia, access to studies in English at these locations can be limited. ACICIS is our preferred option for students who are unable to access a suitable program through our exchange arrangements. When approved to participate on an ACICIS program, you will be enrolled in as Study Abroad, meaning that you pay tuition directly to ACICIS.
Credit Approval Process
Before applying for the program and registering with Monash Abroad, arrange an appointment with your faculty course adviser to confirm your eligibility to participate and how to transfer approved credit units from a short course to your degree.
Each faculty has its own process for approving credit, so be sure to read the details pertaining to your faculty on our faculty contacts page prior to booking an appointment.
Monash Approval and Registration Process
Your preferred ACICIS option may be offered as either a semester or short summer/winter program. For information on how to apply, follow the relevant links below:
ACICIS Application Process
You can download a pdf of the application form or apply online here: http://www.acicis.edu.au/apply-now/
Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies
The University of Western Australia
(M363) 35 Stirling Highway
Perth WA 6009
ACICIS New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants
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 their program start date. However, up to 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.
New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant ACICIS Programs
Below are programs that have been awarded NCP funding in 2017-18. If you are not eligible for NCP funding, you can still participate in an ACICS program, as well as access Monash Abroad funding to help support your program costs.
Spend a semester studying International Relations from an Indonesian perspective at Parahyangan Catholic University (UNPAR), Bandung. All classes are conducted in English giving non-Indonesian speakers a unique first-hand insight into Indonesian views on global affairs.
This program allows students to spend a semester gaining valuable first-hand experience working in the field of international development. On this program, students undertake six weeks of Indonesian Language tuition (at beginners, intermediate or advanced level) followed by either a two-month supervised and assessed field placement in a Javanese village in partnership with Gadjah Mada University’s (UGM) Institute for Research and Community Services, or a placement working in community-based development organisation.
This program provides students with a unique opportunity to study Islamic/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.
The Flexible Language Immersion Program (FLIP) is ACICIS’ largest and longest standing in-country study program. Hosted by one of Indonesia’s premier universities, Gadjah Mada University (UGM), the Flexible Language Immersion Program offers participants great flexibility in designing a study program to meet home university equivalency requirements or to suit a student’s personal interests. Students can choose a mix of Indonesian language classes and other regular curriculum immersion subjects from a variety of UGM faculties, according to the language ability and interests of the student.
This practicum gives students a unique opportunity to gain academic credit for practical work experience in Indonesia’s vibrant business sector. Students attend two weeks of academic tuition at Atma Jaya University in Jakarta prior to undertaking a month-long professional placement in an international or Indonesian business organisation. No background in Indonesian language is required to participate in this program, which incorporates a language-learning component (at beginners, intermediate or advanced level).
This practicum gives students a unique opportunity to gain academic credit for practical work experience in Indonesia’s vibrant media industry. Students attend two weeks of academic tuition at Atma Jaya University in Jakarta prior to undertaking a month-long professional placement in an international or Indonesian media organisation. No background in Indonesian language is required to participate in this program, which incorporates a language-learning component (at beginners, intermediate or advanced level).
The Indonesian Language Short Course (ILSC) provides intensive Indonesian language training for students from introductory to advanced levels.
Enquiries about the program and the available grants may be directed to the ACICIS Secretariat:
Phone: (08) 6488 6675