Indonesian Student Association PPIA RMIT

PPIA RMIT is an organisation of Indonesian students and friends who study at RMIT University

Description

Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Australia (PPIA), or Indonesian Students Association, in RMIT thrives to be an intimate yet open student organisation. Every year, we hope to be a platform for our members to socialize and be surrounded and inspired by a positive and creative community. With that in mind, we have quite a few events planned up this year, including our Start of Semester BBQs, our own Independence Day Celebration, our annual charity project, Project O, and the one that we are excited to introduce for the first time, Societal Project.

It is our aim to preserve and promote Indonesian culture in Melbourne, as it is our greatest pride to be an ambassador for Indonesia in RMIT University. Hence, whether you are an Indonesian student, or an RMIT student who is simply keen in learning more about Indonesia, our door is wide open for you.

VISION
To maintain the positive synergy among PPIA RMIT members and to uphold close ties of kinship, both internally and externally, with active and inclusive qualities.

MISSION
- To reach out to all members of PPIA RMIT in order to shape PPIA RMIT into an intimate yet open organisation
- To make PPIA RMIT as a platform for its members to work creatively, with a cooperative and conducive working environment.
- To build an effective partnership and maintain a good relationship with external parties.

RMIT PPIA has a membership fee of $12. Members do have to sign up every year (but returning members don't have to pay the fee).
To join (or re-join) us for 2019, please contact us through our Facebook page, our email or come and find our table at 2019 Clubs Day!
president@ppia-rmit.com
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