Category: Education

John Milliss: Head of Campus for Australian Independent School in Bali

Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I was born in Sydney Australia and I graduated from the University of Sydney. I completed a Master of...

Learning from the Experts: Getting Ready for Exams

By Jennifer Simmons Exam season is here and there will be many family homes in which not only the children are stressed, but also the parents. Some stress is a good...

EDUCATION – FOR ADULTS ONLY

Warning: The following article contains mature subject matter. Reader discretion is advised. Back at the dawn of human evolution men were simple hunter-gatherers. There...

Created by Students for Students

by Peter Araman   The words “Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country” spoken by John F Kennedy in 1962 have never been...

Get Smarter in Bali

Education is playing an increasingly important role in making Indonesia more competitive, and a variety of centres on the island of Bali are allowing students of all...

Matteo Morello Ph.D, Director of Academic Affairs at i3L, and How the Institute Became a Pioneer in Life Sciences

Indonesia Expat sat with Mr. Matteo Morello, Ph.D, the Director of Academic Affairs at Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L), to talk about the...

International Baccalaureate and Cambridge Curriculum – What’s the Difference?

Any parent looking to send their child to a good school will have to make a tough decision; which curriculum to choose? The International Baccalaureate and Cambridge...

Finding the Right Preschool in Jakarta

I have noticed that working and non-working parents in Jakarta usually have their children cared for by nannies at home in the early months following birth, and then...

A Guide to Being an Expat Student in Indonesia

There is more to National Plus schools in Indonesia than meets the eye. Of course, there are the things they tell you on their websites: the fees, the curriculum, the...

International Student Experiences – From Indonesia to The Netherlands

Ratih Nawangwulan believes The Netherlands has a far superior education system compared to most other countries, which is what drew her to the city of Wageningen, a...

Holistic Education–Going Beyond Academics

Foreword by: Joel Grant, Operations Manager of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation Not all learning happens in the classroom. In today’s...

Different Realities Face Indonesians at Home and Abroad

Whether for study or work, having travelled away from Indonesia can help Indonesian nationals acquire a better perspective for the betterment of the nation. For Jane...

AIS Indonesia’s Scholarship Programme 2018: How to Apply

AIS Indonesia, one of the archipelago’s leading international schools, has offered a financial help for students taking the International Baccalaureate Diploma...

Teachers Criminalised Under Child Protection Act: Legal Claim

A group of teachers is taking on the law in the Constitutional Court with a case claiming the criminalisation of teaching under the Child Protection Act after a string...