New Colombo Plan: Summer 2017-18 Programs in Indonesia

Published: 13 September 2017

New Colombo Plan: Summer 2017-18 Programs in Indonesia

A significant number of $3,000 New Colombo Plan mobility grants are available to undergraduate UNSW Australia students wishing to spend Summer 2017-18 in Indonesia on one of ACICIS Study Indonesia’s short course programs.

No background in Indonesian language is required to take part in any of the below programs.

 

  • Business Professional Practicum (BPP): $3,000 Mobility Grants Available

Applications close: 15 September 2017

This program gives students a unique opportunity to gain academic credit for practical work experience in Indonesia’s growing economy. Students attend two weeks of academic tuition at Atma Jaya University, Jakarta prior to undertaking a four-week practicum placement (internship) in an Indonesian business workplace environment. Recent BPP placements have included ANZ, Pertamina Lubricants, the Australian Embassy and the Government of Western Australia Trade and Investment Office. More information on this study abroad program is available here.

 

  • Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum (CADPP): $3,000 Mobility Grants Available

Applications close: 15 September 2017

This program grants students exposure to the vibrancy of contemporary Indonesian arts and cultural production, combining academic elements with hands-on practical creative production experience. The academic components of the program (language classes and industry seminar series) will be hosted by Atma Jaya University in Jakarta. The practicum placement (internship) will involve students collaborating with Indonesian peers and creative practitioners to produce work including, but not limited to: short films, animations, sound and video art, websites, online installations, blogs and social media apps. More information on this study abroad program is available here.

 

  • Development Studies Professional Practicum (DSPP)

Applications close: 15 September 2017

This program gives students a unique opportunity to gain academic credit for practical work experience in the field of international development in Indonesia. Students attend two weeks of academic tuition at Atma Jaya University, Jakarta prior to undertaking a four-week practicum placement (internship) in an Indonesian development workplace environment. Recent DSPP placements have included The Nature Conservancy, Work Agroforestry Centre, CARE Indonesia, Coffey, Oxfam, Cardno and WWF. More information on this study abroad program is available here.

 

  • Journalism Professional Practicum (JPP): $3,000 Mobility Grants Available

Applications close: 15 September 2017

This program gives students a unique opportunity to gain academic credit for practical work experience in Indonesia’s vibrant media sector. Students attend two weeks of academic tuition at Atma Jaya University, Jakarta prior to undertaking a four-week practicum placement (internship) in an Indonesian media workplace environment. Recent JPP placements have included the ABC, CNN, Fairfax, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, The Jakarta Post and communications departments at a range of international organisations. More information on this study abroad program is available here

Academic credit toward your UNSW Australia degree is available to participants undertaking one of ACICIS’ short-course programs.

Eligibility

You may be eligible to receive a $3,000 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant. Click here to see if you meet the eligibility criteria.

There is no separate application for a New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant. All students are strongly encouraged to apply and will have their eligibility to receive a grant assessed as part of the application process.

Apply

Apply online here.

For a step-by-step guide on how to apply, see here.

Contact        

Enquiries regarding these ACICIS programs may be directed to Meg McPherson, ACICIS Secretariat Officer:

Phone:  08 6488 6675             

Email: m.mcpherson@acicis.edu.au

Risk assessment

All programs involve some degree of risk to participants. If you choose to source a provider on your own, please remember to do some research on them first and ensure that they are a legitimate organisation and that the product they offer will definitely meet your requirements. Students are therefore advised to undertake their own risk assessment before departure and any participation in these programs is at their own risk.

Before departure

All students should register their travel with UNSW. You should also undertake a risk assessment before heading overseas. For more information see How to prepare for departure.

More information

For further details on the program visit - Link here

For further information email - advisor4globaled@unsw.edu.au


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