ACICIS student, Rebeeca Lawrence (Semester 41/Aug 2015), who is completing the Flexible Language Immersion Program in Yogyakarta with an Australian Government New Colombo Plan Scholarship as a part of her degree at the University of Western Australia explains the problems with the Jokowi Administration’s protectionist approach to live cattle imports.
Former ACICIS student, Joel Backwell (Semester 15/Aug 2002 & Semester 16/Feb 2003), completed a year of study at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta on the ACICIS Flexible Language Immersion Program.
Former ACICIS student, David Visser (Semester 39, 38/Feb 2014, Aug 2014), completed both the ACICIS International Relations semester program at Parahyangan University, in Bandung and the ACICIS Islamic Business, Law & Society semester program at Universitas Islam Indonesia, in Yogyakarta.
ACICIS held a 20th anniversary celebration and reunion weekend in Yogyakarta from the 28 to 30 August, 2015. It was a brilliant weekend, giving us all a time to reminisce, and realize the significance of ACICIS’ contribution to the Australia- Indonesia relationship over the previous two decades.
Former ACICIS student Anton Lucanus (Semester 39/Aug 2014) completed a semester in Indonesia on the Flexible Language Immersion Program at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta.
Former ACICIS student Charlotte Corbyn (Semester 39/Aug 2014) studied at Universitas Katolik Parayhangan, Bandung for one semester.
Charlotte completed the West Java Field Study Program as part of her honours in Politics and International Relations at Murdoch University.
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.
2015 will mark the 20th Anniversary of ACICIS Study Indonesia.
ACICIS is excited to announce that dates have been set for the 20th Anniversary reunion event in Yogyakarta later this year.
ACICIS Consortium Director, Prof David T. Hill, was inducted as a Member of the Order of Australia in the 2015 Australia Day Honours. Prof Hill is delighted that ACICIS Study Indonesia has been implicitly recognised through the award and commends the consortium for its work in supporting and furthering bilateral relations between Australia and Indonesia.
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.