Grant-in-aid offered for Bahasa Indonesia Language Course
Venue: AUT Indonesia Centre WT Tower, cnr Wakefield and Rutland Streets, Room WT1501 AUCKLAND
Duration: 1.5 hours per week over six weeks
Dates: Thursday evenings from 7 June to 12 July 2018, 5:00 to 6:30pm
Instructors: Carissa Paramita and Nelly Martin
The Southeast Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence proudly supports the Indonesian language course offered at AUT, and will support those who complete the full course by offering a $150 grant-in-aid.
This six-week Indonesian language course for adult learners will cater to people with a range of prior exposure to Indonesian, from those who are absolute beginners, to those who have some familiarity with the language. It will provide a follow-on stream for those who have taken our beginners’ course.
Learning the Indonesian language, or Bahasa Indonesia, opens the door to talking with more than 250 million people in Southeast Asia. Indonesian is widely understood in both Indonesia and Malaysia, where the national language is Malay, a closely related language. Both countries are important to New Zealand, with well-established and growing links in tourism, business and education as well as a range of social and cultural connections.
To apply for the grant:
A grant application form will be available during the course. Once you have completed the full course, please send the following details to email@example.com :
- Your completed application form
- Your full name, as on file at your bank (if different from the information on your application form)
- Your full address, as on file at your bank (if different from the information on your application form)
- Either a pre-coded or bank-verified deposit slip (available at your bank)