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Indonesian crowd
Photo by Ray Yen

ANU Indonesia Institute Visiting Scholars Program

The ANU Indonesia Institute Visiting Scholars Program facilitates scholars at Indonesian universities, with funding from their home institution, to visit the College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP) for a minimum of one and a maximum of three months. During their stay, scholars will work with an academic mentor on a specific project or publication and participate in campus activities relevant to their area of research.

ANU Indonesia Institute Interdisciplinary Events Grant

The ANU Indonesia Institute’s Interdisciplinary Grant aims to encourage and support collaborative research on Indonesia across disciplinary boundaries at the ANU. Provides funds to support a roundtable, workshop, or seminar that investigates a topic/question/problem from different disciplinary angles. The grant’s objective is to demonstrate the value of cross-disciplinary collaboration among our scholars, and to build Indonesia-focused networks across campus.

Indonesian lady on bus with mobile phone
Photo by Ray Wen
Guests at Indonesian Film Night, Kambri Cinema

Indonesia Project Opportunities

The ANU Indonesia Project Is another of the Australian National University's Indonesia-focused initiatives. The Project is a leading centre for research, policy development and graduate training in the Australia-Indonesia region. Since 1965 the Project has produced and disseminated high quality research on the economy and society of Indonesia, with expertise in trade and economic development, agriculture, resources and the environment. Every year the Project offers a range of grants and fellowships that can be accessed here:

For more information visit the Indonesia Project:

ANU College of Science Future Research Talent Awards – Indonesia

The Future Research Talent (FRT) awards are jointly offered by ANU College of Science, ANU College of Health and Medicine and ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics to staff and students from Indonesia.

The FRT is a competitive and prestigious program that attracts the best staff and students from top-tier Indonesian institutions. The program offers a valuable opportunity for Indonesia’s emerging research talent to form international connections and develop research skills at one of the world's leading universities

For more information, please visit the College of Science FRT page:

Harau Valley Farmers, West Sumatra
Paddy farmers in Harau Valley, West Sumatra, Indonesia, harvesting their crops. Rice is the single most important staple in the region. Photo courtesy of Emir Syailendra.