ACICIS Consortium Director, Professor David T. Hill, presented at the Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC) 2015 at Deakin University. His presentation was about the past twenty years of ACICIS and the decade ahead. The ICOC is a multi-disciplinary conference which provides a forum for the presentation of new and innovative [...]
Current East Java Field Study Program, Emma Roberts from The Australian National University, reported the findings of her research on violence against women at Muhammadiyah Malang University on June 15, 2015. In her report, Emma suggested that all related parties in Indonesia, such as legal institutions and media, cooperate on increasing [...]
Eight Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies students have concluded their Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP) at Gadjah Mada University.
Three Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) students Jessica Hilton, Shannon Smith, and Paula Tsalamangos from Flinders University completed their teaching practicum at SMAN 11 Yogyakarta.
Last weekend, current Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) students in Yogyakarta, Raphael Sauvage (University of Tasmania), Stephanie Pearson ( The University of Queensland), Lushani Hewage (La Trobe University), Matilda Dickman (Monash University), Madura McCormack (Murdoch Uni), Isabelle Meere (University of Sydney), Leah Wilson (The University of Adelaide), and [...]
To help ACICIS design the Development Studies programs so that they will be acceptable to Australian universities and Australian university students, the following people kindly agreed to be part of the DSPP Steering committee. The committee held a workshop in Canberra in March 2009, and continues to discuss various aspects [...]
To ensure the Business Professional Practicum meets the needs of member universities and has rigorous academic standards, ACICIS convened an Advisory Panel to assist with the development of the BPP. The panel, chaired by ACICIS Consortium Director, Professor David T Hill AM, is composed of qualified academics and relevant personnel from [...]
Immersion subjects are available from any faculty in the university. While ACICIS students enjoy flexibility in terms of enrolment choices, they are subject to the same assessment criteria as local students. Outlines for the subjects listed below can be made available to those students requiring details for credit approval at [...]