What Students Did, Thought & Their Feedback

The PHST was so enjoyable because it was an authentic, Indonesian-led approach to healthcare problems within Indonesia, but also because of the friendly staff and buddies who facilitated the formation of deep friendships which I will cherish long after the cessation of the tour.

Anonymous respondent in the Student Feedback Survey

ACICIS was thrilled to welcome 36 students from 9 Australian  universities for our Public Health Study Tour (PHST) in Indonesia in January 2023. Out of 36 students, 31 received New Colombo Plan (NCP) mobility grants from the Australian Government. You can read the full summary here for the Tour.

At the completion of the program, students are invited to complete an anonymous survey to provide feedback on their ACICIS experience. 34 out of the 36 (94%) students completed the survey. We have provided a snapshot below:

Some students have provided a profile where they give more details about their experience in the Program. Check out some of the profiles below:

Damian Garozzo-Vaglio, a student from UNSW Sydney is undertaking a Bachelor of International Public Health. Read his profile here.
Nikhil Mehta is a Bachelor of Public Health student from Monash University. Read his student profile here.
Allana O’Fee, a student from Western Sydney University is undertaking a Bachelor of Health Science. Read her profile here.
Samuel Yap is a Bachelor of Nursing student from RMIT University. Read his student profile here.

We look forward to the next iteration of the Public Health Study Tour in July 2023!

Should you have any questions regarding the above, please contact the secretariat at enquiries@acicis.edu.au or on (08) 6488 6675.

The ACICIS Study Indonesia Team