Beyond the academic program, AIS also looks to support families re-locating to Indonesia. Our extended community – parents, teachers, school counsellors, admission office – are all looking forward to welcoming you to our campuses. Whether through a warm welcome over the telephone or an invitation to coffee or one of the school’s many social activities, our community is ready to extend help and support.
Below are some useful links to information on re-location to Indonesia as well as some helpful tips on settling into life as an expatriate family. Beyond this information, if you need suggestions for a new doctor, dentist, delicatessen or where to find home country embassy/consulates, please do not hesitate to contact our Parents & Friends Committee or our Admission team.
This site provides useful and practical information about expatriate life in Indonesia to ease your transition. Click here to navigate extensive information on housing, schooling, leisure, medical and many other topics - over 500 helpful articles written by expats for expats!
This site provides a comprehensive introduction to Indonesia – a snapshot of one of the diverse countries in the world. Few places offer such cultural variety and geographical complexity as Indonesia, and no two journeys here are ever alike.
Indonesia's foremost English daily newspaper
This site provides insightful articles on contemporary Indonesia.
A complete listing of all embassies and consulates in Jakarta and Bali.
A "CASH REGISTERED DEALER" which gives you the convenience of service who want to send money by way of "money transfers", both from Australia and from Indonesia with "ONLINE BANKING SYSTEM", which can be accepted in Indonesia and in Australia on the same day.
Both companies are registered and operate as legal money remittance providers in their respective countries with BI license 12/55/DASP/18 in Indonesia, ABN 21 108 996 354 and AUSTRAC registration in Australia, (Reporting Entity Business Number 5218).
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