IFLI Fall Abroad Program

     The domestic summer program will be followed by the official IFLI fall program in Indonesia. Students will participate on a program in Indonesia through American Councils for International Education, an approved affiliate organization of UW-Madison. During the fall term, all IFLI participants will maintain UW-Madison student status and will need to submit applications to both the study abroad online portal and the American Councils online portal. All of these applications must be submitted by the stated deadlines in order to ensure participation. Application information and deadlines will be sent to each participant upon acceptance of his/her IFLI award.

     The fall overseas programs will take place at the State University of Malang (UM) in Malang, East Java, Indonesia. Students will be considered UW-Madison students for the duration of the overseas programs. Students will participate in homestays and will have access to the resources and administrative staff provided by UM. Classes will meet from Monday through Friday between 9am and 1pm. Cultural activities will take place 2-3 afternoons per week. Local cultural excursions within the city will occur approximately bi-weekly on the weekend, with an overnight cultural excursion on one weekend. During the program, students will have 2-3 weekends free for exploring, catching up on homework, spending time with their host family or language partner, etc.

     More information and the applications for the fall abroad portion of the IFLI program will be coming soon at the following websites:

UW-Madison International Academic Programs
American Councils for International Education

     Awardees may also be able to remain abroad through the spring semester, identifying their own program, to continue language study as well as other coursework, internships, or research. Please contact Boren for questions about this option.

     Breakdown of IFLI fall abroad budget: Coming soon!

 

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Contact Us!
Please direct any questions to the SEASSI Program Coordinator:

Jinda Moore
Center for Southeast Asian Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
207 Ingraham Hall
1155 Observatory Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
phone: (608) 263-1755 email:
seassi@seasia.wisc.edu