The Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS – pronounced Ah-chee-chis, as an Indonesian would say it) is a non-profit international educational consortium. ACICIS is the longest running provider of in-country Indonesian study programs and the primary mechanism through which Australian students pursue study in Indonesia for academic credit.
ACICIS runs study programs in a range of disciplines including Indonesian language, journalism, development, business, law, creative arts, agriculture, sustainable tourism and international relations.
To increase the number of Australian university students undertaking study at Indonesian institutions of higher learning.
To be Australia’s leading trusted facilitator of international student mobility programs to Indonesia.
- Education: Education and in-country study is central to the cultivation of new generations of Australians with the requisite skills and passion for engaging with Indonesia.
- Collaboration: By working together, Australian universities can build a durable two-way educational exchange between Australia and Indonesia.
- Support: High-quality pastoral care and support is key to ensuring a student’s experience of Indonesia is positive and long lasting.
- Networks: Relationships established between Australians and Indonesians during their formative years at university will build closer ties between our two nations.