ACICIS - Virtual Public Health Study Tour Program in Indonesia – Summer 2020/2021

ACICIS - Virtual Public Health Study Tour Program in Indonesia – Summer 2020/2021

Published: 24 September 2020


  • The Virtual Public Health Study Tour is a two-week intensive study tour that offers students a change to gain insight into the public health sector in Indonesia. Students will learn from leading health professionals and discuss approaches to health issues with Indonesian university students
  • Collaborate with Indonesian peers and learn from leading health professionals while gaining insight into major public health challenges (including COVID-19)
  • The virtual tour will be facilitated by a leading academic in the field of public health who possesses specialised knowledge of Indonesia.
  • Program Inclusions: Seminars, tutorials and guided activities (28 hours), virtual field trips, Indonesian language classes and interactive cultural activities (26 hours), group discussions and presentations in collaboration with University of Indonesia students (16 hours), reflective journal writing (8 hours), and independent study (32 hours)
  • Program Partner: University of Indonesia
  • No background in Indonesian language is required to participate in this tour.
  • Students from the following disciplines are welcome to apply; Public Health, Epidemiology, Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Health, Health Promotion, Community Health, and Health Sciences.
  • New Colombo Plan Virtual Mobility Grants are available to eligible UG students from UNSW.
  • More information on this study option is available here


Dates and Deadlines

UNSW Application deadline:  18 October 2020

Program dates: Virtual Tour 1: 6-19 December 2020     Virtual Tour 2: 16-30 January 2021


Enrolment Type and Fees

  • Enrolment Type: Direct Enrolment
  • Virtual Study Tour Fee: $ 2,500
  • You may be eligible to receive a $2,500 Virtual New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant 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 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.


Risk assessment

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