Yogyakarta is not only a student city; it is also the Indonesian capital of culture that is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. Therefore every semester, ACICIS Yogyakarta organise fieldtrips to ensure our students make the most of their time in Indonesia. In Semester 41 (August-December 2015), ACICIS students visited Pantai Ngandong and Desa Wisata [...]
ACICIS were thrilled to welcome Como Secondary College (Western Australia) back to Yogyakarta on another ACICIS Indonesian School Tour on 21-28 November 2015. Studying Bahasa Indonesia back in Perth, we could see the enthusiasm of the eight Como students to be in Yogyakarta to practice and learn more Bahasa Indonesia [...]
On Wednesday, 21 October 2015, three ACICIS Semester 41 (August-December 2015) students undertaking the East Java Field Study (EJFS) Program at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) presented the progress of their research. Their presentations were conducted in Bahasa Indonesia and were attended by several deans, lecturers, supervisors, and ACICIS staff from Malang [...]
ACICIS was very excited to welcome three students and two accompanying teachers from Wedderburn College (Victoria) to Yogyakarta on 27 September 2015.
On Thursday 17 September 2015, ACICIS Yogyakarta welcomed six students and one accompanying teacher from Rehoboth Christian College, Western Australia.
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 [...]
Eight Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies students have concluded their Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP) at Gadjah Mada University.
ACICIS Consortium Director, Prof David T. Hill, was inducted as a Member of the Order of Australia in the 2015 Australia Day Honours. Prof Hill is delighted that ACICIS Study Indonesia has been implicitly recognised through the award and commends the consortium for its work in supporting and furthering bilateral relations between Australia and Indonesia.
ACICIS was delighted when the Hon. Kevin Rudd, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, made a surprise visit to meet the students at the ACICIS professional practicum programs in Jakarta on Monday 9 January 2012, during a brief visit to Jakarta on his way to New York. Mr Rudd was welcomed [...]
On Saturday 14 July 2012, a group of ACICIS students were invited to meet with the Australian Foreign Minister Senator Bob Carr, during his visit to Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The meeting was a unique opportunity for university students and participants in a school tour from Perth’s Scotch College to talk to the Minister about their experiences and the value of learning language in-country.