To ensure the Law Professional Practicum meets the needs of member universities and has rigorous academic standards, ACICIS has convened an Advisory Panel to assist with the development of the LPP. The panel, chaired by ACICIS Consortium Director, Professor David T Hill AM, is composed of qualified academics and relevant [...]
Industry placements cover a wide range of legal fields and sectors. Depending on the organisation and current programs, students can expect to be involved in a wide range of reporting, research, and editing tasks. Students are assigned mentors in the workplace to guide them over the four-week period. Students are [...]
The following components are used to inform the LPP Academic Program Officer’s ‘Student Outcome Evaluation’ report. Students are required to satisfactorily complete all components in order to achieve an overall grade of ‘Satisfactory’ for the program: # Component Dates Weighting Notes 1 Indonesian Language Classes 8-19 January 10% Undertaken at [...]
Alternatively, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. ENQUIRE NOW What is the Law Professional Practicum (LPP)? Piloting in 2018, ACICIS’ Law Professional Practicum Program will be a six-week study program, undertaken in Jakarta prior to the commencement of the Australian academic calendar year (January – February). The program, [...]
Semester 40 student feedback results are in! As the ACICIS Secretariat is busy processing applications for the January/February 2016 (Semester 42) intake of practicum and semester programs, we thought you might be interested in this snapshot of student feedback from our wonderful Semester 40 (February-August 2015) students.
David Scholefield (Semester 38/Feb 2014 & Semester 39/Aug 2014), an ACICIS alumni who completed his year in Indonesia with one semester on the Flexible Language Immersion Program at Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta and one semester on the West Java Field Study program at Universitas Payahangan in Bandung. As a part of the [...]
Courtney Saville (Semester 27/Aug 2008 & Semester 28/Feb 2009), an ACICIS alumni who completed her program in Yogyakarta, was selected as one of the recipients of Hamer Scholarship from the Victorian Government earlier this year. After three years of working, she decided to leave her job for studying Indonesian at the [...]
It is with great sadness that ACICIS announces the death on 11 October 2007 of our ACICIS Administrative Assistant in Jogjakarta, Ms Lestari Widyastuti. Lestari had been in hospital for several weeks with pneumonia and respiratory complications. However, her health deteriorated suddenly and unexpectedly and she passed away in the [...]
In 2006, ACICIS Administrative Officer Erin McMahon (Semester 14, Feb 2002) organised a redesign of the ACICIS logo. Our new logo takes the form of a legendary character from wayang (the traditional puppetry and drama of Indonesia) named "Gatotkaca" alias "Kesatria Pringgadani" (The Flying Knight of Pringgadani). Gatotkaca was the [...]
The Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan will again support a significant scaling-up of study abroad to Indonesia through the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS), with the announcement of over $2.1 million awarded to the consortium in the latest funding round.