By Lilian Greensill* (BPP 2018) The University of Western Australia My situation may differ slightly from the ACICIS students sitting here tonight; I am a grantee of the NCP, however this government initiative provided me the opportunity to travel to Hanoi, Vietnam with The University of Western Australia late last [...]
By Dan McNamara* (LPP2018) The Australian National University Selamat malam/soreh ACICIS Staff, guests, and participants of the ACICIS Professional Practicum courses for 2018. My name is Dan, also known as the slightly outspoken guy at the back of the seminars, and I am fortunate enough this evening to be speaking [...]
By Ashleigh McFarland, BPP 2016 Griffith University Participating in the Business Professional Practicum program with ACICIS in Indonesia allowed me to travel to a new part of the world while getting professional experience, but also be accredited towards my degree. The adventure did a lot more than this though, I returned [...]
By Jordan Brown, BPP 2016 Monash University After spending four months in Yogyakarta as a part of the Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP), I decided that signing up for another six weeks in Indonesia's hustlin' and bustlin' capital, Jakarta, as part of the Business Professional Practicum was a good enough excuse [...]
By Brooke Grebert-Craig, JPP 2016 Swinburne University For six weeks in Indonesia I completed my internship at DestinAsian which is a travel and lifestyle magazine that is distributed in the Asia-Pacific region. Initially I was extremely anxious about venturing into my first internship at an international magazine however I was comforted by [...]
By Annalise Bolt, JPP 2015
University of New South Wales
With a passion for mi goreng and zero Indonesian language skills I travelled alone to Jakarta to complete a Journalism Professional Practicum, with the support of a New Colombo Plan scholarship.
By Madura McCormack, JPP 2014
About two minutes after exiting Soekarno-Hatta Airport, you’ll notice that Indonesia has about zero traffic regulations. There are times where I’ve lost track which direction the vehicles were supposed to be going in the first place.
By Michelle Kovacevic, JPP 2011
University of Melbourne
“How did someone with a background in neuroscience end up working at a forestry institute in Indonesia?”