Indonesian studies - XM0018
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About Indonesian studies
We’ve taught Indonesian studies for more than 50 years. We have one of Australia’s largest Indonesian library collections giving you the opportunity to develop a broad understanding of Indonesia and the wider world of Southeast Asia. Flexible entry points ensure you’ll study at a level that suits your language proficiency.
Why choose Indonesian studies?
Indonesia is one of the world’s largest and most diverse nations, and one of Australia’s nearest and most important neighbours. You’ll develop strong cultural literacy and intercultural communication skills, and examine the interaction of language and culture with reference to history, performing arts, journalism, literature and translation.
This area of study is offered in the following courses or can be taken where you have 8 free electives. To see if you can take this area of study within a double degree select from the course offering below.
- Arts and Criminology
- Arts and Fine Art
- Arts and Music
- Business and Arts
- Commerce and Arts
- Education and Arts
- Engineering and Arts
- Information Technology and Arts
- International Business and Arts
- Laws and Arts
- Marketing and Arts
- Politics, Philosophy and Economics and Arts
- Science and Arts
Asian languages at Monash
Studying languages from across Asia opens you up to a global future and rewarding student experience.
- Trade and commerce
- The Arts
Overseas study opportunities
Monash is a member of the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Study (ACICIS), which has specialist in-country programs in language, journalism, development studies and education.