Attention Alumni of Jakarta International College! Are you looking for a job vacancy or experience in a leading financial service group? DBS Bank Indonesia Branch is offering job opportunities to our graduates who have completed their undergraduate or masters degree with a minimum GPA
” Studying at Monash College in Jakarta allowed me to be close to home and my parents. The English speaking environment and the support I received from the academic staff helped me to transition well into second year at Monash. “ Monash College – Diploma of Arts Mona
IC is pleased to announce a wonderful opportunity for Monash University Graduates to fast-track their career. Bank Danamon has openings for their Management Trainee – Consumer Banking program and all Monash graduates are welcome to apply. if interested, please send your resume,
” Monash College in Jakarta was a great starting point before going to second year at Monash University in Australia. Being close to my family and friends helped me to get through my studies and get to know the academic way in which Monash operates. “ Gema Topan Dauliza Mo
” I decided to study at Monash College because it offered me direct entry into second year of my chosen degree at Monash University. The support that I received from my teachers helped me to get the right preparation to study and live in Australia. “ Ines Clariza Munir Mon
” When enrolling William to Monash College Jakarta, I just wanted to enjoy longer togetherness with my son. In fact that choice was correct because Monash College Jakarta keep giving William their attention even though he had continued his degree in Monash University Australia.
” After I came back for my duty in Indonesia, I heard from my friend about the education provider named Jakarta International College (JIC) as a provider Monash College Jakarta. Students who graduated from JIC are truly able to continue to Monash University in Australia or Malay
I choose Monash College Jakarta is because of the rational reason: efficiency. I want to make sure that my son can cope with the curriculum and the language. Beside that, I can’t find any reason to say ‘No’, If there is a way to save (even though it isn’t cheap