About Bank Syariah Mandiri Commencing operation in 1999 Bank Syariah Mandiri (BSM) was founded after the Indonesian economy was crippled by the monetary and economic crisis of 1997 which had then lead to a national political crisis. Indonesian banks which were dominated by conventional techniques experienced very serious [...]
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 Study Indonesia is excited to announce our student intake numbers for our August 2015 semester programs.
ACICIS will send 52 students from seventeen Australian and Netherlands universities to participate in seven ACICIS semester programs.
ACICIS Islamic Business, Law & Society Program: Final Internship Presentation (Semester 40/Feb 2015)
ACICIS students from Murdoch University have successfully completed their internship placements as part of the Islamic Business, Law and Society Program at Universitas Islam Indonesia.
Semester 39 student feedback results are in!
As the ACICIS Secretariat is busy processing applications for the historic August 2015 (Semester 41) intake of semester programs, we thought you might be interested in this snapshot of student feedback from our wonderful Semester 39 (August-December 2014) students.
Following the easing of the Australian Government restrictions pertaining to international travel, the reduction in the overall level of travel advice for Indonesia and consultation with our partner universities and relevant Indonesian authorities, ACICIS intends to resume in-country delivery of our Flexible Language Immersion Program, Development Studies Immersion Program and Indonesian Business, Law and Society Program from [...]
Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) was founded just weeks before the declaration of independence of Indonesia in 1945 by several of the young leaders of the independence movement, including Muhammad Hatta, the first vice-president of the new Republic of Indonesia, Mohammad Natsir, Wachid Hasyim and Mohammad Roem. Founded as [...]
By Che Che (Semester 31/Aug 2010) Charles Darwin University/University of the Sunshine Coast My daily routine began with a lovely little breakfast at the local warung where the boys would tease me and try to talk to me in Javanese and trick me into paying a lot more for my [...]