Application for Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) 2018/19

Applications are open for Australian citizens aged between 21 and 25 years (born after September 1993 and before October 1997) to join the Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP). AIYEP is a one of a kind, highly successful program marking its 37th year in 2018/19. Eighteen young Indonesians aged 21–25 spend two months (October to December) in Australia experiencing work placements, homestays, community service, cultural performances and visits to local schools and communities. Eighteen young Australians undertake a similar program in Indonesia with their Indonesian counterparts from December to January. Applications close 18 July, 2018.

The program aims to provide opportunities for young people from Indonesia and Australia to gain a better understanding of the culture, development and way of life of each other's country. AIYEP alumni form a vibrant group whose members have gone on to work in areas with a continuing involvement in the bilateral relationship. Indicative dates for AIYEP37 are from 8 October, 2018 - 27 January, 2019 with the Indonesian phase departing from Melbourne on 2 December (these dates pending confirmation).

For further information about AIYEP, please visit this website.
  
Please note all information supplied in this application will be treated as confidential and will not be shared with unauthorised parties. Applications and the information therein are collected by AFS Intercultural Programs Australia as a contracted service provider on behalf of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), in accordance with the terms of their privacy policy. You can view DFAT's privacy policy here: http://dfat.gov.au/about-us/about-this-website/pages/privacy.aspx. Information collected in this application may be held/stored by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in accordance with their privacy policy. AFS Intercultural Programs Australia will hold/store information collected in applications only for the term of its contract as the program coordinator of AIYEP, upon the cessation of which all material will be stored/held only by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and deleted from AFS Intercultural Program Australia's records.

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