Indonesian Studies program overview
The latest edition of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences handbook contains a detailed overview of the Indonesian Studies program at the University of Sydney:
Indonesian Studies - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Undergraduate Handbook
Majoring in Indonesian Studies
Requirements for a major in Indonesian Studies are outlined in the Units of Study section of the latest edition of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Handbook:
Indonesian Studies - requirements for a major and list of units of study
This section also lists available units of study, including Exchange units and cross-listed units of study.
The department strongly encourages students to spend a period of exchange at an overseas university. Most University of Sydney students who choose to spend time in Indonesia do so through the Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) program. If you have questions about spending time in-country, please contact the Chair of Department.
The University’s International Exchange Program is another option. Comprehensive information is available at the Student Exchange Office Website.
The Department follows the policies and procedures set out by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences – for information, follow these links to the requisite Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences pages:
Policies webpage for information on:
- Plagiarism - Satisfactory progress - Late Work - Attendance
Coursework forms contains procedures, and the necessary forms, for amongst others:
- Applying for credit
- Applying for a DNF after the semester deadline
- Applying for Honours
- Applying for a suspension for one or two semesters
- Appealing against a result
Special Consideration webpage for information on:
- Special Consideration - for serious illness or misadventure
- Special Arrangements - for essential community commitments
- Extensions on assessments - for minor illness or misadventure