In addition to the many opportunities available through the Pan Asia Institute to expand your study of the region at either ANU or IU, you may wish to consider many of the other programs available to enhance your understanding of and experience with Asia.
- ANU In-Country Programs – live and work in select countries of South and Southeast Asia.
- Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) CourseShare courses – expand your knowledge of languages of the region through online course work offered through the CourseShare program.
- Freeman Indonesia Internship Program – an opportunity for U.S. undergraduate students to live and intern in Indonesia with funding from the Institute of International Education.
Through the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific’s In-Country Programs, students have the opportunity to live, study, and work in intensive study abroad programs in:
- East Timor
- Thai-Burma border
(Note: program availability is subject to conditions on the ground within individual countries.)
Lasting four to six weeks from July through August and January through February, ANU’s In-Country programs are open to undergraduate and graduate students alike. For further information regarding available opportunities, contact the Pan Asia Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) is a consortium of the Big Ten Universities plus the University of Chicago. Through the provision of shared, online courses, the CIC CourseShare program provides students at participating schools with the opportunity to enroll in classes not normally offered by their home institution. Students pay tuition to their home institution and thus do not incur additional expenses to enroll in a CIC course. Many Asian language courses are available via CourseShare.
ANU students interested in exploring the possibility of enrolling in CourseShare courses should contact Melissa Biddinger.
IU students interested in enrolling in CourseShare courses should contact NaShara Mitchell in the College of Arts and Sciences.
The Freeman Indonesia Internship Program provides an opportunity for American and Indonesian undergraduate students to intern together at an Indonesian non-profit organization from June through August each year. Administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE), all program related costs are covered by IIE and a stipend to cover basic living expenses is provided.
Interested students should contact Melissa Biddinger for additional information. Applications are due in February.