Australia-Indonesia Youth Association (AIYA) – How to Get Involved

The Australia Indonesia Youth Association (AIYA) is an independent youth-led organisation with a vision to connect young Indonesians and Australians to each other and Australia-Indonesia related opportunities. AIYA has active chapters in every Australian state and territory and maintains a … Read More

The Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP)

What is AIYEP? The Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) is an annual program which allows Australian and Indonesian students between the ages of 21-25 to travel to and study within each other’s respective countries. It is a chance for participants … Read More

Australian Volunteers (AVID) program opening doors in Asia: Annie Ingram on Indonesia

  Indonesia is one of Australia’s most important bilateral relationships. Sustainable and inclusive economic growth in Indonesia benefits Australia and contributes to regional growth and stability. One aspect of the Australian Government’s development assistance in Indonesia is the provision of … Read More

Register now for the Indonesia Institute’s Postgraduate Workshop at ANU

Asia Options supports and shares information about research-related opportunities across Asia. This article shares information about the upcoming Indonesia Institute Postgraduate Workshop. In addition, it also shares information about the Indonesia Institute. In summary, readers who are interested should register … Read More

ACICIS: in-country study programs

Introduction to ACICIS In this article Nicholas Metherall & Harry Roache-Wilson give you the lowdown on the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS).  Within the realm of Australia–Indonesia relations, ACICIS has become a key authoritative institution. Indeed, ACICIS has pioneered the … Read More

The Great Wall of Indonesia (Indonesia study visa)

Photo courtesy of Matt Davies An Indonesia study visa has widely been understood as one of the main obstacles preventing students from studying in Indonesia. Recently one Asia Options community member asked about research permission and other visas for study.   … Read More

The Australia Indonesia Institute (AII)

Photo courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade The Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) is an advisory board in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The AII was established by the Australian Government in 1989. The AII aims to develop relations between … Read More

Study experience in Eastern Indonesia

  First published at 3:51pm, February 28, 2014 on The Australian,  ‘Rich insights on Indonesia’s periphery’ The flames of the woodfire pit lick upwards towards the low ceiling in the dim murkiness of the grass thatch hut, locally referred to as the … Read More