Reviving Indonesian studies in Australia
Melbourne | Sat, February 2 2013 | 09:29 am
PREMIUMCurrently, only 15 universities in Australia offer (autonomous) Indonesian language as a major subject.
This year it might have been 15 minus one. In 2012, Indonesian language was slated to be cut by the start of 2013 at La Trobe University in Melbourne.
This was partly because with around 70 students (compared to around 200 for Chinese and Japanese) it had the lowest number of enr...
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