The study of Indonesia and the education of Indonesian students has long been a priority of The Australian National University (ANU). For many decades, ANU has been one of the world’s pre-eminent centres of research on Indonesia and the University has more Indonesianists and more publications on the country than any other academic institution outside Indonesia. Its expertise is wide-ranging, including economics, politics, history, anthropology, culture and international relations. More generally, ANU is one of Australia’s and the region’s top-ranked research institutions.
As part of its ongoing commitment to Indonesia, ANU will offer a one-week intensive research workshop to a selection of the brightest final year undergraduate students from a cross-section of leading Indonesian universities. The aim of the workshop is to develop innovative thinking and enhance the research skills of participants.
Dates: Monday 3rd February 2014 – Friday 7th February 2014
Venue: Novotel, Bogor (Indonesia)
The workshop comprises a highly engaging program of seminars, presentations and interactive exercises designed to sharpen analytical skills and create awareness of new approaches to and possibilities for research on society, government, business, politics, media, culture and education.