Spring semester 2020 in Bali is on and rolling
New year, new decade. January means also that the first semesters in Bali start and multiple excited students arrive to the paradise island to start their year and studies. An unforgettable chapter in life for many is just about to begin!
Orientation of Undiknas University
The spring semester 2020 batch had the joy to listen to the Dutch speaker Anselm Vermuelen at the orientation day. The Dutch speaker is a well-known professor who specializes in the field of entrepreneurship and marketing. He shared his knowledge about how to become a successful entrepreneur and the presentation was well appreciated among our students. Undiknas is well known for offering high standard business, economics and finance programs. The presentation was just a sample of what the students can expect of the classes and the teachers during the semester. After the presentation, our students had the chance to get to know each other and get familiar with the university building.
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Semester kick-off party
After the fast-paced information flow and academical matters during the orientation days, it was time to some well-deserved rest and relaxation. The venue was a famous beach club Alternative beach in Canggu. Many students came to enjoy the sun, pool and a drink voucher offered by Asia Exchange. How good it felt to sip a cold drink and take a dip in a pool! It was good to see many happy faces enjoying life and taking it easy before the school start.
Courses have now begun and everyday life in Bali includes studying until May for over 70 students from 13 different countries! Once more: Welcome to Bali! Have an amazing semester, all the best for your studies, make new friends ja remember to enjoy the life to the fullest! Hopefully you go home after the semester with memories you remember for the rest of your life and a feeling that this experience was lifechanging!
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