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Our programs work because we have amazing connections in each location, whether they be in industry, government or higher education. We work closely with them in a range of ways and thank them all for their support over the years.
Our Premier Partner in Jakarta
With over 28,000 current students and six faculties, BINUS is one of the top universities in Indonesia. It is constantly developing new and exciting opportunities for its students and is truly internationally engaged.
Our Premier Partner in Yogyakarta
As one of the oldest universities in Indonesia, Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) has witnessed some of Indonesia’s most important historical events. Now, it is a constantly developing modern university with a firm vision for encouraging its students to explore the world. The UII International Buddies are an incredible part of our programs in Yogyakarta, bringing unrivalled enthusiasm to any encounter.
Our Premier Partner in Malaysia
The Global Student (TGS) is a group of like-minded professionals who are passionate about global student mobility. TGS’ founder Jan Drew has over sixteen years’ experience in the development and implementation of inbound and outbound study tours, off-shore teaching programs and other short programs, and engagement with professional organisations and government bodies for public seminars and academic profiling visits off-shore. Her relationship management responsibilities have resulted in extensive networks both within Australia and across the SE Asian region.
Our Premier Partner in Bali
Fulfilling Bali’s wish of having its own university, Udayana University was founded in 1962. While it started small, it now consists of 13 faculties, and is one of the premier universities in Eastern Indonesia, with industry links all around the island.
Our Premier Partner in Sumatra
Located in the city of Medan on the island of Sumatra, North Sumatra University was founded in 1952 and is one of the largest and most well regarded universities in Indonesia. At the gateway to the Gunung Leuser National Park, North Sumatra University offers a unique platform for exploring Indonesia’s natural beauty and biodiversity.
Our programs are supported by:
In 1971, the Australian Indonesia Business Cooperation Committee was formed with the broad aim of promoting business relationships with Indonesia. Later, this organisation merged with the Australia Indonesia Chamber of Commerce, to become the Australia Indonesia Business Council. The AIBC is now a national association with branches around Australia and plays an important role in the Australia-Indonesia relationship, including in the development of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA).
The Malaysia Australia Business Council (MABC) has been the leading voice of Malaysian and Australian businesses since 1986. Supported by its co-patrons, The Malaysian Minister of International Trade and Industry and the Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia, the MABC holds a full program of events and regular communication, providing a comprehensive platform for both companies and individuals to successfully do business in Malaysia and Australia.