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The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) is a bilateral collaborative research initiative established by both governments, leading universities, and industry. Its mission is to advance people-to-people links in science, technology, education, innovation and culture.
The Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) was established by the Australian Government in 1989 to contribute to a more broadly based and enduring relationship between Australia and Indonesia and to project positive images of Australia and Indonesia in each other’s country. The AII supports initiatives that strengthen people-to-people links and encourage deeper mutual understanding and cooperation between both countries.
Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre
The Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre is a dynamic and contemporary centre for researchers engaging with Indonesia, aiming to provide a platform for developing strong relationships and collaborations for mutual benefit between Australia and Indonesia.
Monash University teaches Indonesian language to a high proficiency level through a focus on literary and linguistic topics. The program is complemented by extensive research conducted by the Faculty of Arts in the history, politics, economy and the music of Indonesia.
University of Melbourne
Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, learning and teaching and engagement. It’s consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with international rankings of world universities placing it as number 1 in Australia and number 31 in the world.
Deakin University has an excellent reputation; it is now in the top 3% of the world’s universities. Their staff have many years of combined industry experience and are leaders in their fields, including Indonesian. One of the highlights of studying Indonesian at Deakin is the in-country study program, which enriches and accelerates students’ understanding of Indonesian language, culture, history and politics.
Australia Indonesia Business Council
The Australia Indonesia Business Council (AIBC) is the peak, non-profit business association involved with the promotion and facilitation of trade and investment between Australia and Indonesia. AIBC’s membership is diverse and includes major corporations, professional service providers, banks, insurers, education providers, travel companies, manufacturers, trading and shipping companies, government departments, sports and cultural businesses, students and others.
Australia-Indonesia Youth Association
The Australia‐Indonesia Youth Association is a non‐government, youth-led organisation which aims to better connect young Indonesians and Australians to each other and to Australia-Indonesia related opportunities. AIYA has active chapters in every Australian state and territory, as well as Jakarta, Jawa Barat, Yogyakarta and Eastern Indonesia. At a national level, AIYA is governed by an executive committee of early career professionals.