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Undiknas University

Study Business, Economics, and Finance at the Best Private University in Bali

Realize your dream of studying in Bali at the best private university on the island! Study for one or two semesters or complete a full Bachelor’s degree. Undiknas University is the only university in Bali offering international degree programs in Business & Management or Accounting & Finance. Apply today and get accepted as quickly as within a day.

Program Overview

Semesters

Spring (January – May),
Autumn (August – December)

Max. Credits

30 ECTS /
18 US credits

Program Content

Lectures, assignments, quizzes, group work

Levels of Study

Bachelor

Fees

tuition fee / semester+ application fee

Study Fields

Business, Economics, Management, Entrepreneurship, Accounting, Law, Communication, Public Administration, Politics, Tourism, Language and Culture, and much more

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Undiknas University

Most modern Campus in Bali

#1

best university in Bali in 2020

AACSB member

Only Full Degree programs for international students in Bali

SEMESTER DATES

SPRING 2023

AUTUMN 2023*

SPRING 2024*

You may apply for semesters in the upcoming years already.

*) Dates still tentative

Program Highlights

  • Enjoy the easiest possible application process

  • Take part in international degree programs with students from all over the world

  • Have access to AE Student Portal before, during and after the semester

  • Study at a modern, international campus with excellent facilities and services

  • Meet both local and international students and build your international network

  • Explore the famous paradise island Bali and the neighboring islands in your free time

  • Get supported by International Students’ Association throughout your semester

Studying in Undiknas University’s International Programs

Expand your academic knowledge and skills by choosing between 3 different study programs in English offered by 2 different faculties: Business and Economics and Graduate School.

Who are the study programs at Undiknas University for?

  • You’re a university student with any study background, a high school graduate or similar*
  • You’re interested in Indonesia and South-East Asia
  • You’re interested in spending a life-changing semester on a paradise island
  • You want to study at Bali’s best private university and expand your knowledge with a variety of topics
  • You want to get to know people from all over the world

MOST FREQUENT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

  • STUDIES & SCHEDULES

    Q: Can I take Master’s level courses even if I’m a Bachelor’s level student?
    A: Undiknas only offers Bachelor level studies.

    Q: When are my course selections confirmed?
    A: We will send your course selections to Undiknas University approximately one month after the application deadline. Unless you’re notified that there is overlapping with your course selections, 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 before the start of the semester (until a maximum of 6 courses).

    Q: How does the weekly schedule look like?
    A: Generally, you will have contact lectures from Monday to Friday, depending on your course selections.

    Q: What is the required minimum attendance? A: You must attend a minimum of 75 % of lectures. 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 the excused absence.

    Q: When do the exams take place?
    A: All exams will take place inside the official semester dates. Mid-term exams usually occur after the first 6-7 weeks of the semester, and final exams during the last weeks. 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 Undiknas University. You might have to print some of your assignments. There are copyshops nearby the campus, and printing is very cheap in Bali.

  • EVERYDAY CONDUCT

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

  • VISA & TRAVEL

    Q: What is the correct type of visa for studying at Undiknas University? A: Socio-Cultural Visa / Short Visit Visa. Students applying for a full Bachelor’s degree need to apply for Limited Stay Visa.

    Q: When can I apply for my visa? A: As soon as you receive the official acceptance letter from Undiknas University. We will send this to you approximately 1,5-2 months before the semester starts. You cannot apply for your visa with the initial acceptance letter from Asia Exchange.

    Q: Can I travel inside Indonesia during the semester even if my passport is at immigration for the extension?
    A: Former students have been able to travel with a scanned copy of their passport’s ID page and student card from Undiknas 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 entirely 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.

  • HEALTH & SAFETY

    Q: Which vaccinations do I need to take?
    A: We recommend MMR, Tetanus-diphtheria, 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 if 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 they prefer. With minor worries, you can usually visit the smaller clinics that can be found everywhere.

    Q: Do I need to have travel insurance?
    A: You are required to have a valid accident and health insurance for the whole duration of the study abroad program. The university may request a copy of the insurance certificate at the beginning of the semester. Additional information and recommended insurance packages.

  • 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 at Undiknas University. 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 info@asiaexchange.org, and we will forward it to Undiknas University for signing.

    Q: When will I receive my Official Acceptance Letter? The official acceptance letter will be delivered to you approximately 1,5-2 months before the semester starts. We’ll send it to you by email, and you should print it for your visa application.

    Q: When will I receive my Transcript of Records?
    A: The university prepares and sends the transcripts of records, usually within 1-2 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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