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Metro TV

About Metro TV PT. Media Televisi Indonesia was granted a broadcasting licence for Metro TV on October 25, 1999. It is a subsidiary of the Media Group, headed by Surya Paloh, the company's CEO/President, who was a wealth of experience in the local media industry and is [...]

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Jakarta Globe

About the Jakarta Globe Unlike the Post where the newsroom is arranged into desks, the Globe has a 'wheel and hub model' meaning the news editors' desks are the hub surrounded by news desks. Interns are not 'attached' to a particular desk but pitch stories with one [...]

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Concord Consulting

About Concord Consulting Concord Consulting is a professional services and business risk consulting company of multi-national businesses and governments. Helping organizations protect their people, assests, infrastructure and reputation. Since 2002, Concord Consulting have assisted clients to develop effective strategies to capitalize on opportunities by managing strategic and [...]

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CIFOR

About CIFOR The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) has ten publications in total (newsletters, web releases etc). They also produce material for other organisations and are involved in collaborative work. The newsletter is circulated quarterly. Interns will be given directions and work to do each day but staff mobility [...]

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Agence France Presse

About AFP This is a great place to be when the news is happening, but remember that AFP is a major international wire service so it will only run stories that are of international interest. Students need to be mindful of this when writing the actual stories [...]

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Program Components (JPP)

The following components are used to inform the ACICIS Academic Program Officer’s evaluation report. Students are required to satisfactorily complete all components in order to achieve an overall grade of ‘Satisfactory’ for the program: # Component Weighting Notes 1 Indonesian Language Classes 10% Undertaken at Atma Jaya University [...]

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Practicum Accommodation

Hotel During orientation practicum participants will stay in one of a number of nominated hotels, and you will be send details of your hotel prior to your departure. Twin rooms will be booked so that rooms may be shared to keep costs down for participants. During orientation, information about long-term [...]

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Practicum Visa & Immigration

In order for a foreigner to study in Indonesia for any length of time, a Temporary Residence Permit (E-ITAS) is required. As such, students participating in ACICIS’ semester programs must enter Indonesia on a Temporary Stay Visa or VITAS, which is subsequently converted into an E-ITAS after arrival in [...]

Practicum Assessment & Accreditation

Program Details Credit points: Recommended equivalency; 50% of a full semester load (0.25 EFTSL). Actual subject weighting and academic credit awarded to be determined by a student’s home university. Contact hours: Total program time commitment: Approximately 300 hours Comprised of approximately: 40 hours of Indonesian language classes 30 hours of seminars, tutorials [...]

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Practicum Costs

How much does a ACICIS Virtual Professional Practicum cost? The ACICIS Professional Practicum Programs are high-quality, intensive academic study programs delivered virtually from Indonesia for Australian and international university students. ACICIS practicum programs combines academic study with a 160 hour professional placement at an Indonesian or international host organisation. [...]