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Indonesia-Australia connections: Interview with Dr Richard Curtis

Indonesia-Australia connections: Interview with Dr Richard Curtis

Dr Richard Curtis talks about what got him involved with Indonesian studies, how online communication technologies benefit Indonesian and Australian university students, and the practical benefits of learning languages.

Online engagement - Kupang, Indonesia

Online engagement - Kupang, Indonesia

Kupang is where Rae Anderson is making meaningful inter-cultural interactions possible for Australians and Indonesians. Australia-Indonesia relationship building at work

Increasing Indonesia-Australia engagement: Rae in Singaraja, Bali

Increasing Indonesia-Australia engagement: Rae in Singaraja, Bali

Indonesia Australia grassroots engagement is what UniBRIDGE Project is all about. Rae visits Indonesian participants at the university Undiksha in Singaraja, Northern Bali.

Inter-cultural learning in the 21st Century

Inter-cultural learning in the 21st Century

UniBRIDGE Project brings people of different cultures together. Connection and engagement leads to understanding. This is the story of an Indonesian participant's study tour through Australia - Language & Cultural learning

What are the benefits for Indonesians learning English through UniBRIDGE Project?

What are the benefits for Indonesians learning English through UniBRIDGE Project?

The biggest advantages of studying English on UniBRIDGE Project is the relationships that exist between Indonesian and Australian students. Friends, but with a sense of family. Language & Intercultural exchange for Australians & Indonesians

IELTS Speaking Exam - English Language learning with UniBRIDGE Project

IELTS Speaking Exam - English Language learning with UniBRIDGE Project

The International English Language Test System (IELTS) is an important exam that is accepted around the world by a huge number of universities and government departments.

Indonesia - Australia: meaningful people2people connections

Indonesia - Australia: meaningful people2people connections

Indonesia - Australia people2people relationship building at its best. UniBRIDGE Project connects Indonesian and Australian university students and helps them learn about each others language and culture

Indonesian Language & Culture - an Aussie student's experience

Indonesian Language & Culture - an Aussie student's experience

Australian & Indonesian students can learn from each other and become friends through UniBRIDGE Project. This makes in-country travel more rewarding and easier for students as they already have local friends and some familiarity of local ways of thought.  

UniBRIDGE Project - Qrezpy from Sumba

UniBRIDGE Project - Qrezpy from Sumba

Di program UniBRIDGE Project, saya sering melakukan beberapa aktifitas bersama teman-teman Australia seperti membantu mengerjakan tugas atau esai, membuat rekaman percakapan, mempresentasikan materi dan bercakap-cakap mengenai budaya/isu terkini baik itu dalam berbahasa Indonesia atau Inggris.

Penerima UniBRIDGE Award 2014 Universitas Nusa Cendana - Lilyen M. Sede

Lilyen talks about her involvement with the UniBRIDGE Project and the language and cultural exchanges that she had via the program. The UniBRIDGE Project language exchanges are between university students from Indonesia and university students from Australia. Lilyen talks about her UniBRIDGE in-country trip to Australia.

Experiences with UniBRIDGE

My name is Sally and I am a doctor in WA and work often in remote and outback areas. 

I have been studying Indonesian through Murdoch University in Perth since 2014 as a distance student.

One of the best aspects of the course has been UniBRIDGE, which is like a chat room that enables students from all over Australia and Kupang, in West Timor (Indonesia) to communicate and practise Indonesian.

I love UniBRIDGE, as it keeps me sane and in touch with the world when I am working in very isolated places.

I can arrange on Facebook to talk to my friends in Kupang or in WA and practise my Indonesian.

In fact it is the best part of the course, and lots of fun.

I would thoroughly recommend it to any universities that are not using it for teaching Indonesian.

Sally Clarke.