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Current Security Situation
Recent developments in the Australian-Indonesian political relationship have led to ACICIS receiving some queries about the situation for ACICIS students in-country and the viability of programs commencing in January and February 2014. ACICIS appreciates the concern of our member universities and prospective students regarding this matter. ACICIS believes that there has been minimal change in the overall security situation for participants studying in Indonesia. The situation in Jakarta, Bandung, Malang and Yogyakarta remains safe and calm. As usual, students are being advised to remain alert to their personal safety, but face no specific threat related to their position as international or Australian students. ACICIS expects future programs to take place as planned. It should also be stressed that there has been no elevation in the overall level of travel advice issued by the Australian Government.
It remains ACICIS policy that students are registered, where possible, with the embassy of their home country and are informed when Australian Government travel advisories are reviewed. ACICIS programs will continue to run as normal; however, students wishing to return home are welcome to do so.
Professor David T. Hill
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