ILTI Short Course Costs
ACICIS is a non-profit organisation made up of a consortium of
Australian and international member universities. We are dedicated to keeping
the costs associated with studying in Indonesia to an absolute minimum so we can
make in-country study affordable for everyone. For the past twelve years we have
not raised our prices and, in some instances, have decreased costs.
a general outline of the costs for studying with ACICIS on the Indonesian Language Teacher Immersion short course.
Some of the costs such as airfares and insurance may vary so applicants must check
prices for themselves. Changes in visa or tuition fees are beyond the control
of ACICIS so we therefore reserve the right to alter fee structures without notice.
costs below are quoted in Australian dollars (A$). To convert these prices to
other currencies, please use an up-to-date currency
If you have any queries, please contact the ACICIS secretariat
Costs include all tuition fees.
For university students: most Australian universities pay this and add it to the student's HECS statement.
A 2 month Social-Cultural Visa. Cost as set by individual Indonesian Embassies and Consulates.
About A$140 for 1 month
with different companies. Travel insurance is compulsory for all ILTI participants. Many Australian universities include the student on
their corporate insurance policy. |
||About $350 for 3 weeks
Accommodation can be arranged by ACICIS for the duration of the program. ACICIS will publish a list of different sorts of accommodation with their prices, near the host university. Hotel accommodation is available but will be more expensive.
About A$500-1,000 return from Australia|
Fares will vary widely depending on when they are booked and where from. Applicants
must have a return airfare to Indonesia. Domestic flights to Yogyakarta from Jakarta
or Denpasar are about A$80 one-way and can be bought overseas through Garuda.
There are cheap airlines operating throughout Southeast Asia though.
About A$100 per week minimum|
Covers all expenses though depends on people's spending habits. Australian students can be eligible for Youth Allowance and pensions from Centrelink if still enrolled through their home university.