In 2006, ACICIS Administrative Officer Erin McMahon (Semester 14, Feb 2002) organised a redesign of the ACICIS logo. Our new logo takes the form of a legendary character from wayang (the traditional puppetry and drama of Indonesia) named "Gatotkaca" alias "Kesatria Pringgadani" (The Flying Knight of Pringgadani). Gatotkaca was the [...]
Here are the results for ACICIS Practicum Programs run in Jan/Feb 2015 in Jakarta.
At the end of their ACICIS program, students are invited to complete an anonymous survey to provide feedback on their ACICIS practicum experience.
ACICIS Study Indonesia is very excited to announce its largest semester cohort ever in the 20 years of ACICIS’ existence. In January/February 2015 ACICIS sent 76 students from twenty-one Australian, UK and US universities to participate in seven ACICIS semester programs.
In January 2015 ACICIS welcomed 73 students from sixteen Australian/NZ universities to participate in the three ACICIS Practicum Programs.
As the outcomes of the 2015 funding round of the Commonwealth Government’s New Colombo Plan Mobility Program have now been announced, we thought you might be interested to know that the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) has successfully secured $608,900 of mobility grant funding to support students to [...]
The Australian Consortium of ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS), in partnership with Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, held a reception marking the launch of The Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan initiative, at Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta on Friday 17 October 2014. The Rector of UGM, [...]
On 23 June 2003 the head of ACICIS, Professor David Hill, gave evidence before the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia. They were inquiring into Australia's relationship with Indonesia. They released their report in May 2004.