The Harvard Kennedy School Indonesia Program (HKSIP) is proud to announce that our Indonesian language classes are BACK!
Join us to learn the Indonesian language while exploring its rich and diverse culture at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Whether for research purposes, an upcoming trip to Indonesia, or for personal enrichment, we hope that this class will provide a great opportunity to explore the culture and language of the fourth most populous country in the world!
The classes are free and no online sign-up is required.
Lessons can be tailored to the needs of the students and drop-ins are encouraged.
NON-CREDIT INDONESIAN LANGUAGE CLASS
AT THE HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL
Every Friday at 2:15 PM beginning on September 2nd at the Ash Center
124 Mt. Auburn Street, Suite 200N, R226
Cambridge, MA 02138
This class is not for credit and open to all Harvard students, staff members and the general public. The lessons will be conducted by Ms. Aria Citra Kusuma (Aria_Kusuma@hks.harvard.edu), a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA). All skill levels –beginner, intermediate, and advanced– are welcome. The class will focus on the culture of Indonesia, as well as day to day conversational skills that one might need when visiting or researching in this beautiful and diverse country. Individual tutorial is provided by appointment. For more information, please contact HKS Indonesia Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.