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EX | ACICIS (Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies)
Yogyakarta, Indonesia (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
S1 Melb (Feb-Jun),
S1&2 Melb (Feb-Nov),
S2 Melb (Jul-Nov),
S2&1 Melb (Jul-Jun)
|Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Restrictions:||RMIT applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Key Experience Criteria|
|RMIT College (AUS)/School (VTN):||Any compatible discipline, Design & Social Context (DSC)||RMIT School:||Any compatible discipline, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10003Citizenship:
Glossary entry for program parameter 10004Minimum GPA:
Glossary entry for program parameter 10005Minimum age:
|18 years old and above|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10006Language of instruction:
|Courses available in English||
Glossary entry for program parameter 10007Credit points:
|36-48 credit points|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10008Grading scale:
|Green||Program type:||Semester/Year Exchange|
Glossary entry for program parameter 10011Interest area:
|Communication and Digital Media, International and Community Services|
|About your Experience|
You can study in Indonesia for one semester for credits (subject to your study plan approval by your RMIT School) by selecting one of the semester programs offered by ACICIS.
Generous Australian Government funding also available.
Step 1: RMIT School Approval
- Check with your program coordinator/school if you can receive credits for the semester program that you have selected
- Confirm their academic approval by getting a signed study plan.
Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) can select the:
- Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP) - 48 credit points in total and can receive credits for 2 program electives + internship (with the development placement being what counts as the internship)
- International Relations Program (IRP) - 48 credit points in total and can receive credits for 4 electives (matched according to students' interests and remaining electives).
Step 2: Apply directly to ACICIS online by the relevant deadline below for any of the following semester programs:
- Development Studies Immersion Program (DSIP) - Hosted by Gadjah Mada University (UGM), Yogyakarta. ACICIS Application Deadline: 1 September
- Flexible Language Immersion Program (FLIP) - Hosted by Gadjah Mada University (UGM), Yogyakarta. ACICIS Application Deadline: 1 September
- International Relations Program (IRP) - Hosted by Parahyangan University (UNPAR). ACICIS Application Deadline: 1 September
- Indonesian Business, Law & Society (IBLS) - Hosted by Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII). ACICIS Application Deadline: 1 September
Step 3: After you've applied directly to ACICIS, register here on Mobi by 1 November 2018 [via the small white "Apply Now" button].
- Make sure you upload/include the following documents to your online application:
- A completed and approved study plan
- A copy of current passport (or submit an old one with proof you are applying for a new one)
- Contact details for an academic referee (Name, Email, Phone)
- A copy of your completed ACICIS application form
- Select "ACICIS (Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies)" as your preference for Questionnaire: 2. Exchange Program (Semester/Year): Host Institution Selection
- Ensure that you click submit on all required sections to finalise your registration in this program.
Step 4: ACICIS fee arrangement for semester programs:
Application, Visa and other Additional Fees
- Students are required to pay all relevant application fees directly to ACICIS.
- ACICIS will invoice your School (GUSS) directly for tuition fees
- You will enrol into EXTL Exchange Course Codes (tuition-fees)
- You will pay your tuition fees to RMIT as normal procedure.
- You will pay the Member University tuition-fees directly to ACICIS by the ACICIS deadline.
- You enrol into EXTL Study Abroad Course Codes (no tuition-fees to RMIT).
ACICIS and RMIT will assess if you are eligible to receive one of the New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholarships available for the ACICIS semester programs.
- Development Studies Immersion (DSIP) - up to 10 mobility grants x $6000
- Flexible Language Immersion (FLIP) - up to 7 mobility grants x $5000
- International Relations (IRP) - up to 10 mobility grants x $5000
- Indonesian Business, Law & Society (IBLS) - up to 6 mobility grants x $5000
- To be eligible for a New Colombo Mobility Grant you must be:
- an Australian citizen,
- enrolled in an on-shore Australian University throughout the duration of your ACICIS program,
- be undertaking a Bachelor Degree or Bachelor Honours Degree at the commencement of the ACICIS program, and
- 70% of grant recipients for any given ACICIS program must be aged 18-28.
GUSS students can contact GUSS Mobility
Non-GUSS students can contact the RMIT Global Experience Office: email@example.com