ANU is world renowned as a centre for excellence in Indonesia-focused research and engagement. Through short study tours, the extensive 'Year in Asia' program, and extended postgraduate degrees, ANU students gain first-hand understanding of Indonesian language, culture, politics and economics and go on to apply this expertise in careers in government, academia, the media and many other diverse fields.
As numbers of Indonesian language graduates decline across the country, Indonesian expertise and specialised skills are becoming increasingly sought after.
This webinar will examine four stories of success from ANU alumni who have been engaged in strengthening the Australia-Indonesia relationship.
It will highlight the course options available to current ANU students for exchange programs, intensive study tours in-country/ virtually, and research opportunities for postgraduate students from both Australia and Indonesia.
The event will be held online on zoom.
Canberra time: 2.30- 4pm AEST (UTC+10)
Jakarta time: 11.30am - 1pm WIB (UTC+7)
REGISTER ON ZOOM WITH THIS LINK
Image: ANU alumni and members of the Australia-Indonesia Youth Association meeting with President Joko Widodo in Parliament House, Canberra, February 2020
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