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.
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.
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.
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.
ACICIS’ IRP program is composed of the following key components, as outlined below. Students are required to satisfactorily complete all components in order to achieve an overall grade of ‘Satisfactory’ for the program: Program Structure 1: IRP: Classes and Coursework Only # Component Weighting Notes 1 Classes and coursework at UNPAR [...]
Classes The option exists for students to enrol in two regular semester units for the purposes of meeting home university equivalence requirements or self-interest. These units involve approximately 150 minutes of contact time per week, plus 120 minutes of structured academic homework and independent study. These units can be taken [...]
Please note that the below semester dates are intended as a guide only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the provided program dates are as accurate as possible, all dates are subject to change. Academic calendars at Indonesian universities are typically issued in the months prior to [...]
Parahyangan Catholic University (UNPAR) was established in January 17th 1955 and is one of the oldest private universities in Indonesia. Parahyangan Catholic University has seven faculties with more than 16 departments, all of which have received government accreditation as among the finest in Indonesia. With more than 10,000 [...]
The West Java Field Studies program hosted by Universitas Katolik Parahyangan (UNPAR), Bandung, West Java, is a semester-long field study option. Students propose, refine, and undertake a semester-long field study project under the guidance of a nominated UNPAR supervisor. It is open to advance Indonesian-language students (who compose their mini-thesis in Indonesian) and non-Indonesian speakers for whom all course components are conducted in English.