While most people think of Bali as a holiday destination, it is increasingly becoming a popular place for foreign students to attend university. A variety of programs are available to study in Bali, from a single semester to full Degree and Master’s programs. The courses are fully accredited, with all completed studies receiving equivalent credits for universities in Europe (ECTS) and the United States.
Why study in Bali?
Bali is well known as a tourist hot spot attracting tourists from around the world. It is also becoming a hot spot for entrepreneurs and expat business people, making it an ideal place to not only study about business and tourism but experience it first hand. The courses on offer are centered around business, tourism and Indonesian language studies. The programs are affordable, and Bali itself can be a very cheap place to live. When you are not studying there are countless activities and things to do. With year-round warm, tropical weather, could there be any better place to study?
The current programs currently available include:
- Gap Year
- Summer exchange
You can do a whole degree or just come for a semester or two.
Areas of study
- Business Entreprenership – this a great program for anyone considering starting their own business. While there is some traditional classroom learning, it is combined with actual startups and coworking spaces, successfully running in Bali.
- Indonesian Language – learn the language of one of the fastest growing economies in the world
- Business and Economics
- Environmental Sustainability
Universities in Bali
All programs are run at Bali’s leading universities, including Warmadewa University, Udayana University, and Undiknas University.
We help you to get a visa to stay in Bali for your studies.
Prices start at just 1,650 Euros per semester.
Prospective students need to be at least 18 years old have passed the highest level of high school in your country. You DO NOT necessarily need to be enrolled in a university in your own country to apply. All courses are conducted in English. Indonesian language skills are not required but are included in some programs. Along with the tuition cost, you should have enough money for living expenses and flights to Bali. It is not possible to work during the program because of the visa restrictions.
How to Apply
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