Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies
ACICIS provides students with the best possible educational experience in Indonesia, in a safe, secure and supportive environment.
Application and administrative fees apply. If you are interested in applying to ACICIS please meet with an advisor prior to completing your application form.
La Trobe Abroad Scholarships: Please visit our Program funding and costs page for a full list of available scholarships and grants.
ACICIS Scholarships: None available.
Business and Law
- Crime, Justice and Legal Studies
- Event Management
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
- Management (general)
- Tourism (general)
- Tourism & Hospitality
- Educational Studies
- Health Education
- Teaching (outreach & community education)
- Teaching Primary
- Teaching Secondary
Humanities and Social Sciences
- Asian Studies
- Communication Studies
- Creative Arts
- Crime Justice and Legal studies
- Human Geography
- International Development
- International Studies
- Media Arts
- Media studies
- Strategic Communication
- Sustainability & Development
Languages and Cultural Sciences
- Human Nutrition
Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
- Business information systems
- Agricultural Sciences
- Environmental Management and Ecology
- Wildlife and Conservation Biology
- Biomedical Science
- Biological Science
- Science (may depend on major)
Public Health and Psychology
- Health Information Management
- Health Sciences (general)
- Public Health
- Public Health Sciences
All ACICIS participants are provided with hotel accommodation (twin-share with another participant of the same gender) during the three-day orientation period. During this time, participants are assisted to find their own longer-term accommodation. The vast majority of students live in privately run boarding houses (Indonesian: kos), but rentals, homestays and (less frequently) on-campus accommodation are also options.
Students generally wait until they have commenced orientation in Indonesia prior to arranging longer-term accommodation, though information regarding the various options and price points are provided in the lead up to program commencement. The vast majority of students have moved into suitable accommodation by the end of the orientation period. More information on accommodation is available on these webpages:
Public Health Study Tour only: participants are provided with hotel accommodation on a twin-share basis for the duration of the tour.