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The Indonesian Flagship Language Initiative (IFLI) offers Boren Fellowship applicants the opportunity for intensive language study of Indonesian and cultural immersion by participating in domestic and overseas language programs. The IFLI program is appropriate for applicants with no language proficiency as well as those with intermediate and advanced proficiency in Indonesian.
IFLI applicants must plan to enroll in the official domestic summer program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The domestic summer program will be followed by the official IFLI fall program in Malang, Indonesia. The official overseas fall program is administered through American Councils for International Education and will take place at the State University of Malang.
Awardees are also encouraged to stay overseas through the spring semester, and must identify a program on their own. Options must include language study, but may also include additional coursework, academic internships, or research.
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