The Harvard Kennedy School Indonesia Program (HKSIP) and Harvard University’s Department of South Asian Studies are pleased to offer two language class options for learning Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia). Whether for research purposes, an upcoming trip to Jakarta, or for personal enrichment, we hope that these classes will provide a great opportunity to explore the culture and language of the fourth most populous country in the world!
- Beginner classes: 2:00-3:00 p.m.
- Intermediate classes: 3:00-4:00 p.m
These classes are non-credit and are open to all Harvard students, staff members and the general public of the Greater Boston area. The lessons will be conducted by Ms. Sri Rejeki (Sri_Rejeki@hks.harvard.edu), a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, and all levels of skills – beginner, intermediate, and advanced – are welcome. The classes 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. The food, music, and customs of Indonesia will also be shared and taught in an informal setting alongside the rudiments of Indonesian. There is no cost for the classes and no online sign-up is required. Lessons can be tailored to the needs of the students and drop-ins are encouraged!