ACICIS Study Indonesia
Gg. Alamanda CT.X/18A, Caturtunggal, Depok, Sleman, Yogyakarta
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    The Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS – pronounced Ah-chee-chis, as an Indonesian would say it) is an innovative, non-profit, national educational consortium that was established in 1994 to overcome the substantial academic, bureaucratic, and immigration impediments that had prevented Australian students from undertaking credited semester study at Indonesian universities. Today ACICIS runs the Study Indonesia Program (SIP) which consists of a variety of study options in Indonesia and is also open to non-Australians and private individuals. ACICIS currently has 25 Australian member universities (including nearly all of Australia’s leading institutions in the field of Indonesian studies), and two international members in the UK and the Netherlands. It is coordinated by a small secretariat (7 staff) in Western Australia and governed by a National Reference Group consisting of senior Indonesian Studies academics representing all Australian states.

    ACICIS also has offices in Indonesia, namely in the cities of Yogyakarta (10 staff) and Jakarta/Bandung (7 staff). It provides students with the best possible educational experience in Indonesia, in a safe, secure and supportive environment. ACICIS’ Indonesia-based staff provide academic and pastoral advice to students, an orientation program for new students prior to each program, assistance liaising with Indonesian authorities and universities, and oversee all aspects of in-country operations, including security and risk assessment.