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Indonesian Arts Study Option
For students with advanced proficiency in Indonesian language the Indonesian Arts study option is available at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI) in Yogyakarta, one of Indonesia's premier institutions for the performing and visual arts. For visa processing reasons as well as language reasons, students may only take this study option in their 2nd semester, after first having completed a semester of language study at Gadjah Mada University (UGM).
This study option is not just open to Australian students, but also to performers and teachers from Australia or anywhere else in the world. In fact, anyone at all who is interested in learning more about the arts in Indonesia can attend. All are welcome. Students can study gamelan, wayang kulit, dance, theatre, art, sculpture and many other subjects.
Australian students who go to Indonesia with ACICIS normally get their courses credited towards their degree at their home university in Australia, and students from America and Europe have also been able to negotiate this with their home institutions in the past.
ACICIS employs a full time Resident Director, normally an Australian academic, plus Indonesian staff to run our programs in Indonesia. Students can study for 1 or 2 semesters, and get a 3 day live-in orientation on arrival. ACICIS does your entire visa processing, both before departure and on arrival. Subject to approval by the Indonesian authorities, applicants get a 12 month temporary resident visa (KITAS), and a 6-month Multiple Re-Entry Permit (MREP). The visa is normally arranged through the Indonesian embassies in Perth, Western Australia, or Singapore. Family members can also accompany the applicant. Students may also attend many cultural events and performances taking place in and around
There are 3 faculties at ISI, and students on the ACICIS Indonesian Arts study option can take courses at any of the faculties. All courses are 2 sks, and a full time study load is normally 12 sks for the semester. A complete list of courses is available (listed both alphabetically and by department).The faculties and departments are:
Closing date for applications is May 1 for the semester beginning in late August.
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