INDONESIAN WOMEN STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: Negotiating the Gender Order. This book portrayed a picture of Indonesian women students who have their family with them while studying in Australia. The culturally and religiously expected responsibility led them to take their family to the host country, Australia, regardless of the consequences. The challenges were not easy; besides adjustment to new physical and cultural environments, some students experienced unexpected pregnancy which added more domestic and care stuff to them. They finally set aside their personal ambition for the sake of balancing family and study. This study also strengthens the previous findings that, due to the women?s responsibility of childbearing, rearing, and other domestic chores, the women students felt not being able to get flourished academically.