Summary of ACICIS Public Health Study Tour November-December 2018 Intake

ACICIS Study Indonesia is excited to announce the composition of the November-December 2018 intake of the consortium’s Public Health Study Tour (PHST). Fifty-four students from eleven Australian universities will be undertaking the tour in November-December 2018.

Of the fifty-four students undertaking study in Indonesia through the ACICIS Public Health Study Tour, fourty-eight will be doing so with the assistance of New Colombo Plan mobility grants.

The breakdown of students participating in the November-December tour by home university is as follows:

University Students
University of Technology Sydney 9
The Australian National University 7
Charles Darwin University 7
RMIT University 7
Monash University 6
Curtin University 4
The University of Western Australia 4
Western Sydney University 3
Queensland University of Technology 2
UNSW Australia 2
Private Applicants 2
The University of Adelaide 1
Total 54

2018 PHST Tour Leader Announcement

We are also excited to welcome back Dr Luh Putu Lila Wulandari MPH as ACICIS’ 2018 PHST Tour Leader. Dr Wulan is a Lecturer at the School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University, Bali.

Dr Wulan graduated as a medical doctor from Udayana University, Bali, in 2002 and completed her Master of Public Health (by research) at UNSW in 2009. Since then, she has undertaken research projects in HIV and maternal and child health, as well as numerous consultancies focused on cross-cutting issues of development and public health for various international NGOs in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Wulan has also served as a mentor within The Kirby Institute’s Field Research Training Programme in Indonesia. Currently, Wulan is a PhD candidate at UNSW’s Kirby Institute, and has been working as a casual academic at UNSW’s Office of Medical Education.

ACICIS would like to thank all the many academic, administrative, and student mobility office personnel at ACICIS’ member universities for their significant contribution of time and expertise in the design, development, and promotion of the consortium’s Public Health Study Tour. ACICIS also gratefully acknowledges the financial and in-kind support it has received through the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan Mobility Program, which has partially underwritten the development of ACICIS’ Public Health Study Tour through the provision of student mobility grants. The New Colombo Plan is a signature initiative of the Australian Government which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia by supporting Australian undergraduates to study and undertake professional experiences in the region. For more information on the New Colombo Plan, please visit: