ACICIS’ IBLS program is composed of three key components, as outlined below. Students are required to satisfactorily complete all components in order to achieve an overall grade of ‘Satisfactory’ for the program:

Program Structure 1: IBLS: Classes and Coursework Only

# Component Weighting Notes
1 Compulsory Language Classes at UII 15% Compulsory Indonesian language intensive classes delivered, supervised and assessed by the Islamic University of Indonesia (UII).
2 Classes and coursework at UII 85% Classes and coursework delivered, supervised and assessed by the Islamic University of Indonesia (UII)’s Faculty of Economics/Faculty of Law.

Program Structure 2: IBLS: Classes, Coursework and Professional Placement

# Component Weighting Notes
1 Compulsory Language Classes at UII 15% Compulsory Indonesian language intensive classes delivered, supervised and assessed by the Islamic University of Indonesia (UII).
2 Classes and coursework at UII 55% Classes and coursework delivered, supervised and assessed by the Islamic University of Indonesia (UII)’s Faculty of Economics/Faculty of Law.
3 Completion of IBLS Professional Placement 30% For IBLS Professional Placement students: Host Organisation mentors and UII/ACICIS staff will monitor student placement performance and provide feedback.

1. Compulsory Language Classes

All students must undertake a compulsory intensive Indonesian Language course at the beginning of the semester. Classes are run at beginner, intermediate or advanced levels. This language unit is worth 3SKS.

2. Classes and Coursework

All students undertake full-time study at UII, enrolling in subjects across the Faculty of Economics and/ or the Faculty of Law. Students undertaking Program Structure 1 are required to complete classes and coursework at UII of a study load equal to 15 SKS (credit points) per semester, or approximately 5-6 subjects. Students undertaking Program Structure 2 are required to complete classes and coursework at UII of a study load equal to 9 SKS (credit points), or approximately 3-4 subjects, as well as their 6 SKS IBLS Professional Placement. Students are permitted to take classes in different departments, should they wish to do so. Compulsory Indonesian Language classes of a study load equal to 3SKS are completed by all students in addition to the above requirements.

Below is a list of subjects taught in English at UII in 2018. It is possible for students to complete subjects which are offered in the alternate semester they enrol in. Students undertake the subject as an ‘Independent Study’ unit where the coursework is supervised by the lecturer coordinating the unit.

Students should take note that there are a range of compulsory and elective subjects on offer at UII. Compulsory subjects will be available throughout the semester, however the availability of elective subjects is contingent on student numbers. As such, it is strongly recommended that students who select elective subjects also choose subjects from the compulsory category and seek approval at their home university as second preferences.

Examples of subjects for ACICIS students at Universitas Islam Indonesia*:

*Please note that the below subject descriptions may change slightly each year.

The Faculty of Law

Electives* SKS Electives* SKS
Industrial and Environmental Criminal law 2 Criminology 2
International Trade Law 2 Victimology 2
Diplomatic and Consular Law 2 Economic Criminal Law 2
International Treaty Law 2 International Environmental Law 2
International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law 2 International Law of the Sea 2
International Criminal Law 2 Competition Law 2
Investment Law 2 Cyber Law 2
Capital Market Law 2 Banking Law 2
Intellectual Property Rights Law 2 Islamic International Law 2
Bankruptcy Law 2 Islamic Banking Law 2
Islamic Sentencing Law 2 International Business Contract 2
Examination Public 2

*Elective subjects may be available in either semester, however this is contingent on student demand. As such, IBLS students are advised to also choose subjects from the compulsory category as second preferences.

The Faculty of Economics
The Department of Management

February – July Semester SKS August – January Semester SKS
Quranic Personal Development Training 0 Quranic Personal Development Training 0
Career and Self Development Training 0 Islamic Basic Value training 0
Islam Ulil Albab 3 Islamic Religious Education 2
Civics Education 2 Islamic Business Ethics 3
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution 2 Indonesian Language 3
Human Resource Management 3 Workshop on Independent Learning 0
Financial Management 3 Management Art and Science 3
Islamic Economics 3 Introduction to Business 3
Technology and Innovation Management 3 Introduction to Accounting 3
Business Budgeting 3 Introduction to Economics 3
Enterprise Resources Planning 3 Islam Rahmatan Lil Alamin 2
Strategic Management 3 Sharia Entrepreneurship 2
International Financial Management 3 Statistics for Business 3
International Human Resource Management 3 Management Information System 3
International Marketing Management 3 Marketing Management 3
International Operations Management 3 Operations Management 3
Management of Small and Medium Enterprises 3 Organisational Behaviour 3
Entrepreneurial Capital 3 Corporate Culture 2
Financial Research Methodology 3 Self Management 3
Human Resource Research Methodology 3 Business Plan 3
Operations Research Methodology 3 Strategic Financial Management 3
Marketing Research Methodology 3 Strategic Human Resource Management 3
Strategic Marketing Management 3
Strategic Operations Management 3
Business Feasibility Study 3
Management Accounting 3
Pancasila Education 2
Islamic Managerial Leadership 2

 

*Elective subjects may be available in either semester, however this is contingent on student demand. As such, IBLS students are advised to also choose subjects from the compulsory category as second preferences.

The Department of Accounting

February – July Semester SKS August – January Semester SKS
Intermediate Financial Accounting 1 3 Introduction to Accounting 3
Cost Accounting 3 Systems and Information Technology 2
Accounting Information Systems 3 Introduction to Economics 3
Islamic Economics & Finance 3 Business Law 2
Mathematics for Economics and Business 3 Islam Rahmatan lil Alamin 3
Civics Education 2 Business Communication 3
Accounting Research Method 3 Islam Ulil Albab 3
Advanced Accounting 2 Pancasila Education 2
Management Information Systems 3 Intermediate Financial Accounting 2 2
ERP Application Systems-SAP 2 Management Accounting 2
Management 3 Systems Analysis and Design 3
Auditing 1 3 Taxation 3
Financial Management 1 3 Shariah Financial Accounting 3
Descriptive Statistics 2 Shariah Entrepreneurship 3
Cost Management 3 Financial Statement Analysis 2
Governmental Accounting 3 Management Control Systems (MCS) 3
Financial Management 2 3 Accounting Theory 3
Risk and Investment Management 2 Public Sector Accounting 3
Accounting Data Analytics 3 Technology-Based Audit 3
Accounting Research Method 3 Inferential Statistics 3
Digital Business 3
Business and Professional Ethics 3
Accounting Competency Development

 

*Elective subjects may be available in either semester, however this is contingent on student demand. As such, IBLS students are advised to also choose subjects from the compulsory category as second preferences.

The Department of Economics

*Elective subjects may be available in either semester, however this is contingent on student demand. As such, IBLS students are advised to also choose subjects from the compulsory category as second preferences.

3. Completion of IBLS Professional Placement (optional)

Students who opt to undertake the IBLS Professional Placement will complete the placement alongside their UII classes (e.g. three days per week over nine weeks).

Throughout the professional placement, students undertake a supervised placement at a participating Host Organisation. Required tasks will vary depending on each Host Organisation, but generally may include: report-writing, content editing, website editing, translation, data entry, advocacy, monitoring and evaluation, and other tasks as required by individual Host Organisations.

Applicants should be aware that they are applying for the program, not a specific placement.

Read the outline of the IBLS Professional Placement here.