NOTE: This minor is only available through cross institutional study. Students interested in undertaking this minor through cross institutional study should discuss this with the Head of Students.
There is no Indonesian major available.
Studying Indonesian gives students cultural and linguistic skills to access Indonesia, one of our closest neighbours. With a population of just under 240 million, Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world, and it has significant Hindu, Buddhist and Christian populations. Indonesian language proficiency will give students the ability to access this culturally diverse and strategically significant neighbour.
Indonesian language skills will prepare students for working in a globalised economy. Careers in government, the public service, non-government organisations, education (especially secondary school teaching) and business amongst others can be enhanced by possessing Indonesian linguistic and cultural competency.
Subjects Required for Minor Study
A minor in Indonesian consists of at least 24cp of Indonesian subjects.