Published: 24 September 2020
- ACICIS Indonesian Language Short Course (ILSC) provides intensive language training to students from beginners to advanced level in Indonesian language.
- Running in the university vacation periods, the program will either fast-track or supplement a student’s language studies or can be taken as an introduction or a ‘taster’ to the Indonesian language and culture for students exploring an interest in Indonesia.
- Students will complete intensive Indonesian language tuition incorporating language classes, cultural classes and virtual fieldtrips. Students can take a three-week module (or take two modules for a six-week package), delivered by Satya Wacana Christian University. More information on this study option is available here.
- Learn from Indonesian native speakers and collaborate with Indonesian peers while gaining Indonesian language skills
- Program Inclusions: Indonesian language classes (40-80 hours), interactive cultural experiences (10-20 hours), in-class assessments (4-8 hours), in-class project work (6-12 hours) and independent study & assignments (80-160 hours).
- Program Partner: Satya Wacana University (UKSW) in Salatiga, Indonesia
- New Colombo Plan mobility grants are available to eligible UG students from UNSW
- $1,600 Virtual New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant are available for the three-week program or $3,000 Virtual New Colombo Plan Mobility grants are available for the six-week program Click here to see if you meet the eligibility criteria.
Dates and Deadlines
UNSW Application deadline: 18 October 2020
Session 1: 11/01/2021 – 29/01/2021
Session 2: 1/02/2021 – 19/02/2021
Program length: 3 weeks – 6 weeks
Enrolment Type and Fees
- Enrolment Type: Direct Enrolment
- AUD $1,400 (1 session) / $2,800 (2 sessions)
- $1,600 Virtual New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant for the three-week program or $3,000 Virtual New Colombo Plan Mobility grant for the six-week program are available to eligible UG students from UNSW. Click here to see if you meet the eligibility criteria.
- You may be eligible to receive a virtual NCP Mobility Grant in addition to receiving one short-term and one semester in-country NCP Mobility Grant.
- 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.
Students should register their interest at http://unsw.aglobal.education/st-application by 18 October 2020.
If you wish to transfer credit for the program, you must seek approval from your faculty for credit transfer through Cross-Institutional Enrolment. For more information see - Applying for credit and funding for your overseas short course.
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 enrolment and any participation in these programs is at their own risk.
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