Baker & McKenzie is proud to provide legal assistance to ACICIS on a pro-bono basis.

ACICIS is grateful for the financial infrastructural support it has received from The Myer Foundation which assisted ACICIS to develop and expand over many years.

ACICIS is grateful for the support and funding it receives from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, through the Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII), including funds for program development, specifically for the Journalism Professional Practicum (JPP), as well as student scholarships for the Islamic Business, Law and Society (IBLS) Program.

ACICIS is grateful for the support and funding received from the Australian Government Department of Education and Training under the following funding programs:

  • The National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Program (NALSSP) grant allowed ACICIS to develop the Indonesian Language Teacher Immersion (ILTI) program.
  • DEEWR Diversity and Structural Adjustment Fund to develop the Development Studies Professional Practicum (DSPP) and the Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP).
  • DEEWR Regional Links Grant to expand, enhance and promote links with key Indonesian partner universities.

ACICIS is grateful for the support and funding provided by The Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC), now known as the Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT).

ACICIS is grateful for the donation provided by the Finkel Foundation.

Herb Feith Foundation

The Herb Feith Foundation is proud to support ACICIS’ Creative Arts and Design Practicum, in funding the John Darling Fellowship to support an Australian film student with a particular interest in ethnographic documentary and observational cinema to undertake the program in Indonesia each year.