UniBRIDGE Project

20 April 2017

Sector: Education

Country location: Indonesia

Project description

UniBRIDGE Project establishes strong people to people connections between Australia and Indonesia. It gives Australian and Indonesian university students the opportunity to regularly communicate and interact in real-time via Web 2.0 technologies. The most important piece of online technology is the sophisticated educational web-conferencing software where participants can actually speak to each other in real-time. By interacting several times a week, Australians and Indonesians can learn more about each other's languages and ways of thinking while also expanding their personal and professional networks overseas.

Key dates

  • Weekly Online Exchanges in Indonesia and Australia, 30 January 2017-28 January 2018
  • Workshop and presentation in Singaraja, Indonesia. 3 April 2017
  • Workshop and Information Session in Kupang, 7 April 2017
  • Presentation and Conference in Kupang, 8 April 2017
  • Networking in Canberra, 12 August 2017
  • Networking in Sydney, 19 August 2017
  • Networking in Perth, 16 September 2017
  • Networking in Darwin, 30 September 2017

Australia-Indonesia Institute grant offer: $15,000 (No GST included)

Total project value: $20,000

Website: www.universitybridgeproject.org

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Last Updated: 20 April 2017
Four participants in front of University Bridge Project banner
UniBRIDGE Project participants, Stefanus and Qrezpy from Indonesia engage with Indonesian Consul General in Darwin, Andre Omer Siregar and Lorenzo Strano OAM, Director of Northern Territory DFAT Office, August 2016. Credit: Stefanus Noe Parera and Qrezpy Pariamalinya.