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Study Options in Indonesia
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Flexible Immersion at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM)
While ACICIS options are constantly developing and expanding, Indonesian language students usually choose the Flexible Immersion option in their first semester of study at Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, and typically (though not compulsory) spend their second semester at Universitas Muhammadiyah in Malang, East Java. The program at UGM allows students to choose a mix of Indonesian language and other regular UGM curriculum subjects according to the language ability and interest of the student.
Field Study at Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang (UnMuh)
ACICIS offers advanced language students capable of independent study the opportunity to undertake field research through Universitas Muhammadiyah, Malang. Students usually undertake the Field Study option following a semester at UGM, though it is possible to do it in their first semester. Students devise and undertake their own study projects,and a number of students have incorporated their projects into an undergraduate honours program with the approval of their home university.
Islamic Studies at Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII)
ACICIS offers a semester-long program on Islamic Studies with the option to specialise in Islamic Business, Islamic Law or Islamic Society. Subjects such as Syariah Financial Accounting, Islamic Thought & Civilization and Islamic Criminal Law are taught in English at Universitas Islam Indonesia in Yogyakarta. No background in Indonesian language is required and students will be assigned an Indonesian tutor/translator to help them navigate life in Indonesia. Students are able to learn Indonesian language and/or Arabic and undertake an internship at an Islamic organisation.
Journalism Professional Practicum at Universitas Atma Jaya (UAJ)
The Journalism Professional Practicum is designed to provide students of journalism, media and communications studies, and cadet journalists, who may not necessarily have Indonesian language skills or experience in Indonesia, with the opportunity to live and work in the diverse and dynamic media scene of the bustling capital, Jakarta. It is a six-week program, undertaken during January and February.
Development Studies Professional Practicum at Universitas Atma Jaya (UAJ)
The Development Studies Professional Practicum (DSPP) provides an opportunity for students to gain valuable experience working in the field of international development while at the same time learning about development issues in a country that is central to global efforts to reduce poverty and promote sustainable development. The Jakarta DSPP is designed as an intensive six week course to allow students to gain knowledge in the development studies area.
Development Studies Immersion Program at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM)
The ACICIS Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP) is a semester long community development option hosted by Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Yogyakarta. The semester-long DSIP is designed for participants who would like to undertake a longer period of study in Indonesia and who have an interest in rural development issues. The DSIP runs parallel to other ACICIS programs at UGM, but has the important distinction of a community development field work module that will see students involved in hands-on development work for eight weeks of the semester.
International Relations at Universitas Parahyangan (UnPar)
ACICIS’ International Relations Program (IRP) enables students to study in one of Indonesia’s foremost IR departments at Parahyangan University (Unpar) in Bandung, West Java. Taught in English, the IRP provides students with a comprehensive understanding of international relations at the regional and global levels, as seen from an Indonesian perspective, while developing necessary critical skills to enter the field of international relations. The program also provides a unique opportunity for non-Indonesian speakers to experience in-country study at an Indonesian university.
Indonesian Language Teacher Immersion (Semester) at Sanata Dharma University (USD)
The Indonesian Language Teaching Immersion (ILTI) semester program provides pre-service teachers with higher linguistic and classroom competence as well as an in-depth knowledge of Indonesia. The host university is Sanata Dharma University (USD) in Yogyakarta. Students will be able to experience a range of intensive language classes, methodology as well as a supervised school placement.
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