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Asia Exchange Academy in Bali

Join an Academy Program in Bali, Indonesia

Spend a semester or more in Bali, the famous Island of Gods! Join popular Academy programs of Warmadewa University, meet with students from all over the world and get a new direction for your future. You can join the programs for one or two semesters. Apply now and get accepted as quickly as within a day.

Program Overview

Semesters

Spring (April – July),
Autumn (Sep – Dec)

Max. Credits

30 ECTS / 18 US credits

Program Content

Lectures, guest lectures, company visits and projects

Levels of Study

Bachelor & Master

Fees

1790 EUR tuition fee / semester + 50 EUR application fee*

Study Fields

Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Sustainability, Solopreneurship

Semester Dates

AUTUMN 2021

SUMMER 2022

AUTUMN 2022

Program Highlights

  • Learn more about Indonesia, its culture and economy, and discover the unique Balinese culture
  • Expand your knowledge with a range of interesting courses from many different fields, including entrepreneurship, marketing, Solopreneurship and sustainability
  • Meet people from all over the world and build an international network
  • The most affordable study abroad program in Bali
  • The easiest possible application procedure
  • Improve your English, learn the basics of Bahasa Indonesia and develop your intercultural communication skills
  • Explore the famous paradise island Bali and the neighboring islands in your free time
  • Get supported throughout the semester by our dedicated on-site team
  • Study in the most innovative study programs in Asia

Apply to study abroad at Warmadewa University Academy Program

MOST FREQUENT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

STUDIES & SCHEDULES

Q: Can I take Master level courses even if I’m a Bachelor level student? A: Yes, you can. Bachelor level students can choose Master level courses and vice versa. Please confirm with your home institution which courses are accepted for credit transfer.

Q: When are my course selections confirmed? A: We will send your course selections to Warmadewa University approximately 1 month after the application deadline. Unless you’re notified that there is overlapping with your course selections or that a certain course doesn’t take place, all your course selections are confirmed.

Q: Can I drop out of a course or add a course after making the course selections? A: Dropping out of a course is still possible until the second week of the semester as long as you still have a minimum of 3 courses left. If you wish to add a course, it is still possible on a case-by-case basis prior to the start of the semester (until a maximum of 6 courses). Please email [email protected]

Q: How does the weekly schedule look like? A: In general, you will have contact lectures from Monday to Wednesday. Thursdays are reserved for workshops and excursions during the first half of your semester.

Q: What is the required minimum attendance? A: You must attend a minimum of 75 % of lectures and all mandatory workshops/excursions. You must also pass the mid-term and final exams to receive your grades. In case of sickness, you can discuss with the program staff regarding excused absence.

Q: When do the exams take place? A: All exams will take place inside the official semester dates. Mid-term exams take usually place the week before mid-term holiday and final exams the last week of the semester. The exams are scheduled for the same weekdays and times as your normal classes.

Q: What kind of costs are there regarding study materials? A: There are no book fees at Warmadewa International Program. Most of the study materials will be uploaded to a student folder in Google Drive/Dropbox. Some assignments must be submitted as printed documents. There are printing shops outside the campus and printing is extremely cheap in Bali.

EVERYDAY CONDUCT

Dresscode: You should always cover your shoulders, belly, knees and toes when on campus. Please bring enough proper, lightweight clothes with you from home as it can be difficult to find especially bigger size clothes or shoes in Bali.

VISA & TRAVEL

Q: What is the correct type of visa for studying at Warmadewa University?
A: Socio-Cultural Visa / Short Visit Visa.

Q: When can I apply for my visa?
A: As soon as you receive the official acceptance letter from Warmadewa University. We will send this to you latest 1 month before the semester starts. You cannot apply for your visa with the initial acceptance letter from Asia Exchange.

Q: Can I travel inside of Indonesia during the semester even if my passport is at immigration for extension?
A: Former students have been able to travel with a scanned copy of their passport’s ID page and student card from Warmadewa University. You can find general information about Indonesian student visas here.

ACCOMMODATION

Q: How can I find suitable accommodation options? Read our accommodation guide for Bali here. Many of our former students have used the services of www.bali360.net.

Q: Should I book accommodation in advance or after arriving in Bali?
A: It is completely up to you. During the autumn many of the cheapest places get booked in advance but most students still prefer checking the accommodation options in person after arrival.

TRANSPORT

Q: Do I need an International Driver’s License for driving a scooter in Bali?
A: Yes, you do. If you don’t yet have one, please order it from your national car union’s website. Bear in mind that driving a scooter in Bali requires a motorbike license. Without one, you might have problems with your insurance company in case of an accident.

HEALTH & SAFETY

Q: Which vaccinations do I need to take?
A: We recommend MMR, Tetanus-diphteria and hepatitis A and B. You can ask your doctor for possible other recommendations in case you wish to travel to more rural areas. Bali is not a malaria-endemic zone, so most likely you will not need to purchase anti-malaria medication.

Q: Can I bring prescription medicines to Bali?
A: That shouldn’t be a problem as long as you bring the doctor’s prescription with the medicine. Some medicines can be very hard or impossible to find in Bali even though there are plenty of pharmacies in the more touristy areas of Bali.

Q: How are the hospitals in Bali?
A: There are many international standard hospitals in Bali, for example BIMC, Siloam and Kasih Ibu. Please ask your insurance company for their partner hospital in Bali, as most insurances have one which they prefer. With minor worries you can usually visit the local clinics that can be found everywhere.

Q: Do I need to have a travel insurance? You are required to have a valid accident and health insurance from your home country for the whole duration of the program. The university may request a copy of the insurance certificate at the beginning of the semester. See our recommended travel insurance providers.

COSTS

In addition to tuition fees, you should be prepared to pay for the student visa, flights, accommodation and other living costs. There are no book fees in the Warmadewa International Program, as most of the study materials will be uploaded to a student folder in Google Drive/Dropbox. The cost of living is relatively low in Bali. The actual costs depend on your individual lifestyle. Find a list of general living costs hereRead more about budgeting your study abroad semester.

DOCUMENTS

Q: I need to have my learning agreement/certificate of enrollment signed. What should I do?
A: Please fill out the document and send it to [email protected] and we will forward it to Warmadewa University for signing.

Q: When will I receive my Official Acceptance Letter? The electronic official letter of acceptance will be delivered to you approximately 1.5 months before the semester starts. Please print it for your student visa application.

Q: When will I receive my Transcript of Records?
A: The university prepares and sends the transcripts of records usually within 2 months after the end of the semester

MISCELLANEOUS

Q: Which other essential items should I bring with me from home?
A: Sunscreen, contact lenses, tampons, underwear, power bank, USB stick and dry shampoo.

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