• ACICIS has been running since 1994, and offers a huge choice of study programs in Indonesia – they’re probably one of the most straightforward ways to study in Indonesia. They handle the visa application process and also provide in-country pastoral support for students, including help finding accommodation, personal safety, and cultural excursions. While you’re studying in-country, you’ll remain enrolled in your home university. Airfares, visa-related costs, accommodation, travel insurance, spending money and local transport are all you need to worry about.

Semester study options

    • International Relations at Universitas Parahyangan in Bandung, West Java
    • ‘Flexible immersion’ at Universitas Gajah Mada in Yogyakarta, Central Java
    • Field Study at Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, East Java
    • Indonesian Culture and Arts at Insitute Seni Indonesia in Yogjakarta, Central Java
    • Islamic Studies at Universitas Islam Indonesian in Yogjakarta, Central Java

In-country Indonesian Language and Culture Program

  • The Language and Culture Program, conducted at the University of Mataram in Lombok, is an eight-week intensive program catering for eight different levels. It’s a great chance to experience Lombok’s unique culture, as distinct from the larger language schools and programs in Java and Bali.

The Salatiga Program

  • Salatiga is an intensive Indonesian language and culture program (PIBBI) held at Satya Wacana University in Salatiga, Central Java. Classes run five hours a day, four times a week, and are typically made up of around 5-12 students depending on the program’s intake. Besides language study, you’ll get to take part in batik making, pencak silat, tarian and Indonesian cooking classes, as well as a 30-hour field assignment. Courses are offered as a package, covering tuition, meals, and a home stay with a local family.

Development Studies Professional Practicum

  • The DSPP is a six-week course designed to give students the opportunity to engage, learn and work in the development sector in Jakarta during December–February of each year. Participants will develop practical skills in advocacy, public relations, administration, research or policy-making in an internship with an organisation in the development arena.

Journalism Professional Practicum

  • The JSPP is another six-week course established to offer media, communications and journalism students the opportunity to live and work in Jakarta’s media industry. You’ll develop journalism skills in the international media arena through class work and practical work placements in Indonesian media organisations.