Promoting stronger education, skills and training partnerships between Australia and Indonesia

About Skills Futures

The way we learn and work is changing, and Indonesia’s booming young generation wants to be at the forefront of this change. Increasing productivity and participating in a new age of industry transformation will require people with the right skills.

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Exploring opportunities to strengthen Australia-Indonesia research partnerships

In August 2019, the Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) and Ristekdikti (Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education) co-hosted a roundtable discussion for Read more

Industry collaboration key to delivering work-ready (and change-ready) graduates

This is a summary paper by Professor Caroline Chan (AIC Skills Futures Fellow) for a presentation she delivered on 5 October at Read more

International schools in Indonesia – is Australia missing out?

The use of international school curriculums in Indonesia is widespread, with over 400 schools registered to do so, across three levels of Read more

New punishments risk arresting progress on research collaboration

The following is a briefing submitted by the AIC to Australian parliamentary hearings on IA-CEPA in Canberra, on 27 August 2019. The Read more

Stronger education partnerships: Opportunities for Australian providers in Indonesia

On a base of essential specialist skills, ‘future skills’ are critical for futureproofing graduates’ careers, allowing them to keep up as digital technologies transform all areas of industry.

Explainer: Indonesia travel permits for foreign researchers

Amid some recent confusion, the Australian Government Department of Education has released a detailed list of visa requirements for foreign researchers wishing Read more