Career Strategy Fellowships Study Abroad Summer Session MyCIPE

SIT Indonesia: Arts, Religion, and Social Change

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Program Information

Location

Kerambitan, Indonesia

Terms

Fall, Spring

Languages

English, Indonesian

Minimum Language Requirement

None; however, you must take the host language as one of your courses.

Disciplines

Humanities, Social & Behavioral Sciences

Structure

Field-Based

Description

Examine the important roles played by Indonesia's arts and six officially recognized religions in shaping sociocultural discourses in Bali and Java. This program, based in Bali, blends contemporary culture and politics with rich cultural traditions in the arts and religion. You will examine the arts and religions of Indonesia, as well as the socio-religious and other current issues the country faces, including those related to land, water, ethnic identity, and the environment, especially as they relate to the tourism industry in Bali. You will be immersed in the traditions and contemporary interpretations of Hindu and Islamic religious and cultural practices in the context of political transformation and tourism development.

How to Apply

Applying for admission and general Yale credit for designated (non-Yale) study abroad programs is a simultaneous process. It is your responsibility to ensure all application materials are submitted to the Study Abroad Office, and your desired program or university, by the relevant deadlines.

  • Submit an application directly to the Study Abroad Office to be eligible to receive general Yale credit for coursework completed abroad, by the appropriate deadline. Late applications for study abroad credit cannot be accepted.
  • Apply directly to the program or university you hope to attend for admission. Program application deadlines may be earlier or later than Yale’s application deadline. Access the program application directly from their website.
  • You do not need to have already been admitted to your program when you apply for Yale credit.

How to Apply