Nitesh Raj Pant is a New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant and a Northern Territory Regional Arts Fund recipient from Charles Darwin University. Nitesh participated in the 2020 Creative Arts & Design Professional Practicum in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, where he interned with EngageMedia. Throughout the practicum, Nitesh was an ACICIS Social Media Ambassador, [...]
Courtney Saville (Semester 27/Aug 2008 & Semester 28/Feb 2009), an ACICIS alumni who completed her program in Yogyakarta, was selected as one of the recipients of Hamer Scholarship from the Victorian Government earlier this year. After three years of working, she decided to leave her job for studying Indonesian at the [...]
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.
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.
Since 2012, ACICIS Study Indonesia has been working with high school Indonesian teachers in Australia to coordinate school tours in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Here is the new ACICIS video about these School Tours. See what an ACICIS School Tour can involve.
Former ACICIS student Arjuna Dibley (Semester 25/Aug 2007) studied at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta for two semesters.
In his second semester, this Australian National University alumnus completed research in the Supreme Court in Jakarta.
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 [...]
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.