The University of Adelaide supports a number of different overseas study opportunities in Indonesia.
In addition to study tours and managed programs listed in GLAS, we encourage students interested in an overseas study experience in Indonesia to explore the programs offered by the Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS).
ACICIS Study Indonesia is a non-profit consortium of universities that develops and coordinates high quality, in-country study options in Indonesia. ACICIS Study Indonesia programs enhance the student’s educational experience, and produce graduates with the ability to understand the world from a global perspective. Programs may run for a summer or winter school, or a full semester.
ACICIS Study Indonesia program offerings
ACICIS Study Indonesia programs are suitable for a broad range of disciplines. Programs include:
For a full listing of recommended programs, visit the University of Adelaide's ACICIS Member page.
ACICIS Study Indonesia support services
ACICIS Study Indonesia provides well-rounded in-country programs for students. They provide assistance with the following:
Before the program During the program After the program
Visa application processing
Enrolment and program advice
Problem resolution and liaising with Indonesian university staff
24/7 pastoral care
Alumni job board
Alumni network access
You will need to apply to ACICIS Study Indonesia directly, by the application due date published on the ACICIS Study Indonesia website. Once you have applied to ACICIS Study Indonesia (or any other independently arranged program to Indonesia), you will need to register your plans with us and access credit approval, travel insurance, and support services.
Specific information about registering your ACICIS Study Indonesia program with the University of Adelaide and applying for credit and funding can be found here.
New Colombo Plan funding
If successfully accepted into an ACICIS Study Indonesia program, or another Indonesia study program, you may be eligible for New Colombo Plan funding to support your study. In addition to funding offered by the University of Adelaide, some New Colombo Plan funding is managed by ACICIS Study Indonesia. You can find out more about this here.
07 Jul The weird and the wonderful: 10 things to love about Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 07 Mar 28 Apr In 2015, Tom spent five months on exchange in Indonesia. He undertook the Development Studies Immersion Program through the Australian Consortium for In Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS). This program involved two months of intensive Indonesian language study and development workshops, a two month community development placement, and a research essay.
The weird and the wonderful: 10 things to love about Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
In 2015, Tom spent five months on exchange in Indonesia. He undertook the Development Studies Immersion Program through the Australian Consortium for In Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS). This program involved two months of intensive Indonesian language study and development workshops, a two month community development placement, and a research essay.
Other Indonesia programs
All study tours and Study Overseas-managed programs to Indonesia can be found in GLAS.