ILCIC programs are for foreign students who intend to learn the Indonesian language through immersion in the culture of the people speaking the language. Specific intensive programs are for beginners as well as participants who intend to continue their study. In addition to studying the Indonesian language, ILCIC students also learn about the Indonesian culture, such as playing gamelan, painting batik, cooking Indonesian traditional food, and many more and visiting some cultural sites such as Borobudur Temple, the Prambanan Temple, Sultan’s Palace, Malioboro, etc.
This class is for completing one level. In one level the students will finish one book contains 9 units. Each unit can have only one skill or integrated skill depends on the highlight of the unit. This program contains language classes, reviews, and level tests. The students can choose to have 2 meetings or 3 meetings in each day, depends on their preference.
Actually this program is similar to the 48-hour Intensive Program. However, in this program the students must take 3 classes each day and culture classes on the weekends.
Not only focus on language, this program also offers Indonesian culture class whether in Indonesian or in English. The Indonesian culture class accents the Indonesian culture understanding with experts as the teacher. The student can adjust the schedule by themselves so the number of the expert class is not limited.
It has 4 basic classes and special program; language class, tutorial, Indonesian culture class, culture class, and internship program. the highlight of this program is the students will be able to take internship in the field they have interest, such as barista, radio DJ, jazz or clasic music group, dance performer, creative writing, and many more.
This program is for students who want to have academic credit that can be transferred to their original university. They will not only have language class but also Indonesian culture class. Different with the Intensive program that have integrated skill class, this program will have specific skill accented in each meeting; they are reading, listening, speaking, and writing. The will have some projects during 1 year, such as presentation and vlogging for speaking class, and writing article or academic report for writing class.
To complement academic classes and to provide a real taste of the culture, ILCIC also offers some complementary courses which will enable students to obtain cultural insights and to experience practicalities such as cooking Indonesian foods, playing Javanese traditional music instruments, and many more
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