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EDUCATION AND INDONESIAN LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE COURSE
 
Indonesian Consulate does not provide Bahasa Course. There is an organization that provide the course namely, AIA (Australian Indonesian Association).
 
Contact : 
Language Classes & Language Immersion Programme - Jogyakarta 
Pak Tata Survi, telephone 9419 7482, survi.tata23@yahoo.com.au 
Lester Levinson, telephone 9419 1513
 
VILTA
Victorian Indonesian Languge Teachers Association (VILTA) began in 1970 in response to the need for a support group for the growing number of Indonesian teachers in Victoria.
Yvette Sudarsono 
16/51 Foley Street,  Kew Vic. 3101
Ross Benbow 
P.O. Box 242 Olinda,. Vic. 3788  Phone / Fax: 03 9751 0335 Email: rossben@bigpond.com
 
 
VICTORIAN SCHOOL TEACH INDONESIAN LANGUAGE
 
More than 500 schools students in Victoria and Tasmania study Indonesian Language as a second language other than English. Some of them are:
  1. Bendigo Primary School
    P.O. Box 316 Bendigo 3550
    Telp. 5443 3645, Fax. 5442 4994
  2. Castlemaine PS
    P.O. Box 448 Castlemaine 3450
    Telp. 5472 1452, Fax. 5470 5052
  3. Colac College
    P.O. Box 42 Colac 3250
    Telp. 5231 5844, Fax. 5232 1232
  4. Cranbourne Secondary
    Stawell St. Cranbourne 3977
    Telp. 5996 3544, Fax. 5996 7878
  5. Echuca High School
    P.O. Box 335 Echuca 3564
    Telp. 5482 3366, Fax. 5482 3551

CRITICAL INCIDENT CONTACT DETAILS
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SCHOLARSHIP - DHARMA SISWA
OFFER OF DARMASISWA RI SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM  ACADEMIC YEAR 2009/2010
 
Darmasiswa RI program is a scholarship program offered by the Indonesian government to foreign students from countries which have diplomatic relationship with Indonesia to study Bahasa Indonesia, traditional music, traditional dance, and Indonesian craft. The candidate is allowed to decide the higher institutions (universities) which carry out  the program.
 
This program aims to promote Indonesian culture and the language. Desiring to expand and intensify mutually beneficial cooperation to the countries Which offer scholarship to Indonesian students. Moreover, it is also used as a media of cultural diplomacy. Darmasiswa RI scholarship program is given to the foreign students who are willing to take a non-degree program. During the application, the students http://darmasiswa.diknas.go.id/

LANGUAGE STUDIES AND WORK OPPORTUNITIES IN INDONESIA
 
The Southeast Asia Centre of the Australian National University welcomes people in business community, government offices, NGOs, professionals, postgraduate as well undergraduate students, students from other universities, international students to take part in its in-country programs in Indonesia in two sets of option: intensive language instruction and work experience. Those participating in our newly expanded internship study course can choose to have a work experience in one of ten institutions with very different areas of interest: journalism, media watch, legal aid, relief and development, grass root civil rights education, health and environment, performing arts, and education. 
 
The Centre's In-Country program has a https://alliance.anu.edu.au/web/incountry_indonesia/public/index.htm as a venue for exchange of news, personal stories, and images among people (students and non-students alike) who have even the slightest interest in doing such courses in the future, or those who have had been involved for years with our in-country program. Members of the group also include former host families, tutors or administrators. To join and enjoy the privileged status that enables you to post messages, write an email to incountry_indonesia@alliance.anu.edu.au

IN-COUNTRY INDONESIAN COURSES
 
The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific offers both intensive in-country Indonesian Language and internship study options in Salatiga, central Java, Indonesia. Theses courses are open to undergraduate and postgraduate students from The Australian National University (ANU) and other Australian universities, international scholars, high school students, professionals from the private and non-government sector, government employees and anyone else with an interest in language and culture of Indonesia.
 
INDONESIAN COMMUNITY IN VICTORIA-TASMANIA
 
Since its inception, the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Melbourne has had consular jurisdiction over the States of both Victoria and Tasmania.  There are currently around 20,000 Indonesian citizens in Victoria alone, around 9000 of whom are students, whilst approximately 70 Indonesian citizens currently reside in Tasmania.
In the State of Victoria, around 90,000 primary and secondary school students now study Bahasa Indonesia as a LOTE subject. 
 
Victoria is also home to approximately 28 Indonesian community groups of different kinds, including student and youth groups such as PPIA (The Australian Indonesian Students’ Association), YIMSA (The Young Indonesian Muslim Students’ Association), and STT (The Balinese Youth Club); religious fellowships such as BKS (The Indonesian Christian Cooperation Council), IMCV (The Indonesian Muslim Council of Victoria), KKI (The Indonesian Catholic Fellowship) and pbrunswick (The Brunswick Religious Study Forum); business associations such as IABC (The Indonesia Australia Business Council) and IBF-M (The Indonesian Business Forum – Melbourne); social groups such as IKAWIRIA (The Indonesian Community Association of Victoria), Gippsland Indonesia Association Inc. and PERWIRA (The Indonesian Society of Victoria); and regional associations such as SAS (Sulit Air Sepakat) and IKMSM (Ikatan Keluarga Minang Saiyo Melbourne) representing the West Sumatran community, KAWANUA representing North Sulawesi, Paguyuban Jawi representing the Javanese community and Mahindra Bali representing the Balinese community.
 
ORGANISASI  MASYARAKAT INDONESIA DI VICTORIA DAN TASMANIA
 
  1. ISSC (Indonesian Student Soccer Committee)
    Jimmy Therik jimmy.therik@gmail.com
  2. PENGAJIAN WESTALL
    Ade Faesal yosef.faisal@salmat.com.au
  3. MUDIKA (Muda Mudi Katolik)
    Rima Hendiani Sunarto r1ema@yahoo.com
  4. MIIS (Monash Indonesian Islamic Students)
    Azhari Yahya Azhariyahya@yahoo.com
  5. STT (Sekehe Teruna Teruni)
    Bagus Baskara Wijaya
  6. BKS (Badan Kerjasama Umat Kristen)
    Sucipto, Lita Hesusius ivansitompul@hotmail.com
  7. PUNGUAN BATAK
    Deddy Gultom dgultom@gmail.com
  8. MAHINDRA BALI (Balinese Community of Victoria Inc.)
    Denny Parsakusuma jkusuma3@bigpond.com
  9. GIA (Gippsland Indonesia Association Inc.)
    Djoko Gunawan jgunawan@wideband.net.au
  10. YIMSA (Young Indonesian Muslim Student Australia)
    Wika Saputra viccars_boy@hotmail.com
  11. MASYARAKAT HOBART
    Frans Sakul FSakul@mrchobart.org.au
  12. FPI (Foster Parents Indonesia)
    Harry Van Den Brooke wderiter@bigpond.com
  13. VILTA (Victoria Indonesia Language Teacher's Assiciation)
    Yvette Sudarsono heymann@iinet.net.au
  14. BAIK (Bendigo Australia Indonesia Klub)
    Heri Febriyanto hfebriyanto86@yahoo.com.au
  15. PAGUYUBAN JAWI
    Hidris Kartomi margaret.kartomi@arts.monash.edu.au
  16. KKI (Keluarga Katolik Indonesia)
    Heru Prasetyo robert_prasetyo@yahoo.com.au
  17. IKMSM (Ikatan Keluarga Minang Saiyo Melbourne)
    Isvet Novera A_novera@yahoo.com
  18. KAWANUA (Kumpulan Masyarakat asal Manado)
    Lucky Kalonta kalonta@hotmail.com
  19. IMLA (Indonesian Muslim Learning Society of Australia)  Malik Nagib
  20. IIMCV (Indonesian Muslim Community in Victoria)
    Neil Siregar neil.siregar@gmail.com
  21. PAGUYUBAN PASUNDAN
    Nani Polard nhp@unimelb.edu.au
  22. SAS (Sulit Air Sepakat)
    Nazmi Muchtar tsoejoedi@yahoo.com.au
  23. PERWIRA (Perhimpunan Warga Indonesia di Victoria)
    Achmad Subardja achmad@tpg.com.au
  24. IKAWIRIA (Ikatan Warga Indonesia di Victoria)
    Dr. Tuti Gunawan tutigunawan@gmail.com
  25. NU (Nahdhatul Ulama)
    Honest Molesy honestdody@gmail.com
  26. PFOOTSCRAY (Pengajian Footscray)
    Nur Asyik Hidayatullah e1_tea@yahoo.com
  27. KAGAMA (Keluarga Alumni Universitas Gajah Mada)
    Anita Nitamsi nitamsi@yahoo.com
  28. PIA di Geelong (Persahabatan Indonesia-Australia)
    Yanto Sugiyanto
  29. PBRUNSWICK (Pengajian Brunswick)
    Nugraha Firdaus nugraha_firdaus@yahoo.com
  30. YARRAGAM (Yarra Gamelan)
    Justin Mansfield yarragam@me.com
  31. MASYARAKAT BUDDHA
    Dr. Dedy Chandra deddy.chandra@gmail.com
  32. AIA-V (Australia Indonesia Association) Victoria
    Helen Anderson hmanderson05@hotmail.com
  33. RADIO KITA
    Mujiono Zhuang mujizhuang@gmail.com
  34. PPI AUSTRALIA Victoria
    Nitya Pramuditya W.
  35. PERMAI (Persatuan Masyarakat Australia Indonesia)
    Keith Morgan kmorgan44@optusnet.com.au
  36. MASYARAKAT MILDURA
    Petrus Usmanij, CMA P.Usmanij@latrobe.edu.au
  37. VUISA (Victoria Uni Islamic Student Aust)
    M. Ali Hapsah alhapgung@yahoo.com

 

MEDIA INDONESIA DI VICTORIA
MEDIA CETAK (Print Media)

  1. OZIP
    Contact: 8/126 Fairbank Ave. Clayton Vic. 3168
    Helene helene@ozip.com.au
    0413 708 059 
    M. Irfan
    irfan1712@yahoo.com
    0433032395
  2. BuSet
    Contact: Po Box 1221 HBC Hawthorn Vic.
    Vinny
    vrotty@buset-online.com
    0438012183
  3. Majalah Qita
    Contact: Lvl. 1, 365 Lonsdale St Melbourne
    Phodi info@majalahqita.com 0405970589 & Sasha violetmusk@hotmail.com 0431246767
 
RADIO
 
  1. Radio Gema Kasih
    Contact: 18 Manatoka Cres. Hampton Park Vic.
    Atik Wickes abwickes@hotmail.com 0417155311, 97999590
  2. Radio Kita 92.5 FM
    Contact: 2/532 Highbury Rd, Glen Waverley Vic
    Andriani Winoto awinoto@gmail.com 0407505521 
  3. 3WBC-3ZZZ
    Contact: 156/632 St Kilda Rd Melbourne Vic
    Ilham ilhamyamin@hotmail.com 0406232866
  4. 88’3 FM
    Contact: 52 Jona St. B/Rock Vic.
    Angela Angela9403@optusnet.com 51348934
  5. Gippsland FM
    Contact: Lucky Dunn
    trully11@hotmail.com 0418333015
  6. Radio SBS
    Contact: 10 Teck St. Ashwood Vic.
    Bela Kusumah bkusumah@optusnet.com.au 0419003621 
  7. Radio Australia
    Contact: ABC Center Southbank Vic. 3006
    Hidayat Djajamihardja hidayat@abc.net.au 0412205803, 96261841
  8. Radio Love and Hate
    Contact: 16 Jacana Court Chadstone Vic.
    Audie dan Marriane mariannerumantir@yahoo.com 0401340351
 
TELEVISI
 
  1. Nusantara TV
    Contact: 37 Breens Rd, Cranbourne Vic. 3977
    Willie and Yoke Cornellis wjcornellis@three.com.au 0403298648
  2. Satu TV
    Contact: 3 Yatama Crt., Hopper Crossing
    Stuart Symmington
    symo71@yahoo.com
    0402137208

 


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