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  • Locations: Padang, Indonesia
  • Program Terms: Trimester 3
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: Deakin applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Deakin Faculty: Faculty of Arts & Education Program Type: Faculty Led Study Tour
New Colombo Plan Funded:
Yes Language of Instruction: Indonesian
Credit Weighting: 2 Credit Points Credit Type: Undergraduate
Housing Options: On Campus OS Help Available: Yes
Scholarships Available: Yes
Program Description:

WAM of 50 or higher
8 completed units of study
Relevant previous study in Indonesian

Program outline

The 2016 Indonesian in-country program will be held in Padang, West Sumatra, during trimester 3 (summer 2016-2017).

In-Country Language programs provide a 'total immersion' experience, offering second, third and advanced level students the opportunity to spend between six weeks studying the Indonesian language and culture in its own environment.
The program enables students to converse, read and write about more complex topics and to discuss ideas and information. Students also build upon their knowledge of grammar, based on what they have learned previously.

By living and interacting with the community around them, students develop confidence and competence using the language in the setting where it is spoken.

Trimester 3. Sunday, January 8 - Saturday, February 18, 2016

$4000 (Approximately)

What is included in the program price:
  • tuition
  • six weeks of accommodation at a four star hotel, double occupancy, breakfast included; facilities include swimming pool and fitness centre; free internet access;
  • cultural activities (on campus, two afternoons per week); equipment and/or materials when required; and
  • field trips, which may be in the city of Padang or outside the city.

Items not included that the students should budget for:
Students will arrange their own flights. Students should arrive in Padang on Sunday, January 8, and must not leave earlier than Saturday, February 18, 2017.

Funding options:

Domestic students in Bachelor degree programs may be eligible to apply for an OS-Help Loan of up to $7764 to help fund their participation in the program. The purpose of OS-HELP is to assist students with a range of expenses, such as airfares and accommodation. Further information on eligibility for OS-Help can be found at:

Please note that the OS Help loan can take up to 4 weeks to process and payment deadlines must be met regardless of the status of your loan.

The Faculty of Arts and Education offers a number of travel grants to assist students with the cost of overseas course-related travel. Travel Grants for the In-Country Language Program in Indonesia are for a maximum of $1000. Please note grants are limited and can only be applied for once you have been offered a place in the program for 2016. If you are accepted into this program you will be provided with details on how to apply for a travel grant.

This is a NCP program that provides 20 grants of $x each. A student participating in the program must meet eligibility requirements*. Please see here for full eligibility details.
This program contributes as two credit points (2cp) towards the Indonesian language major. Successful completion of this program can take the place of either AIF341 or AIF342.

If you are accepted into the Indonesian In-Country Language Program, the Arts and Education Work Integrated Learning team will assist you updating your enrolment.

Important dates:
Applications NOW OPEN

Applications close: Friday 2 October 2016.
Group Meeting - late October.
Deakin Abroad pre departure: Pre Departure sessions

Important to note:
Travel insurance is provided by Deakin for the length of the program, students travelling beyond the program dates will need to pay for additional coverage. Students must also register their travel details with SmartTraveller.

* 20 points towards Deakin's Global Citizenship Program

If you have any enquiries about participating in the January 2017 program, please contact the Arts & Education Work Integrated Learning team: or (03) 9246 8759.

*Universities cannot provide the same Student with more than one New Colombo Plan Short-term Grant and/or more than one New Colombo Plan Semester Grant (with or without an Internship Grant) during their undergraduate studies.

This program is currently not accepting applications.