Why study with ACICIS?

I first heard of the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) when I was studying Indonesian at University. My Indonesian language teacher recommended it as a way of practicing Indonesian outside of class. I figured it would be helpful … Read More

Going Green in Incredible Indonesia: My Internship with Greeneration Foundation

When I reflect on my three months in Indonesia, unexpectedly cut down from the six I had planned due to the pandemic, my fondest memories are all somehow related to my internship with an environmental advocacy NGO: Greeneration Foundation. Studying … 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