AIS202 - Study Tour: International and Intercultural Studies
2017 unit information
2017 offering tbc
Students must have completed at least 8 credit points of study in their course; and permission from unit chair to enrol.
Total contact hours:
Total: Approximately 92 hours
This unit focuses on developing students’ understanding of Indonesian culture and society. It also encourages students to explore differences between Indonesia and Australia and to reflect on Indonesian perceptions of Western countries. Students are encouraged to reflect upon their own culturally-embedded understandings and to explore the issues involved in enhancing intercultural communication and competency.
Pre-departure Report, 30%, 1250 words
Journal, 20%, 750 words
Final Report, 50%, 2000 words
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