Complete a full Bachelor’s degree on the Paradise Island of Bali at Undiknas University!

How would it sound to complete a full degree on the paradise island of Bali? Now it finally is possible! Undiknas University, the best private university in Eastern Indonesia, offers international full-degree programs in Management and Accounting. Applying is extremely easy, and you can get confirmation of your study placement as quickly as one day.

Program Overview


Semester 1 (Aug – Dec),
Semester 2 (Jan – May)
Full degree studies can only be started from semester 1

Program Duration

4 years

Program Content

Lectures, assignments, projects, e-learning and various other teaching methods depending on courses

Levels of Study



tuition fee / semester+ application fee

Study Fields

Business, accounting, economics, management, social sciences


Undiknas University

Most modern Campus in Bali


best university in Bali in 2020

AACSB member

Only Full Degree programs for international students in Bali


AUTUMN 2024*

SPRING 2025*

AUTUMN 2025*

SPRING 2026*

You may apply for semesters in the upcoming years already.

*) Small changes possible

Program Highlights

  • Getting a degree from one of the most digitally advanced universities in Indonesia

  • Living on a paradise island with a multitude of activities and western- standard services

  • Book additional service packages to make your study adventure comfortable, memorable, and worry-free (find more under fees below)

  • Expanding your multicultural understanding

  • Building a strong and wide network with people from all over the world

  • Improving your chances for an international career

  • Having an unforgettable and life-changing experience

Studying in the Bachelor’s Degree Program

The goal of the 4-year Bachelor’s degree program is to give you a deeper understanding of Asian business culture and the necessary tools to flourish in today’s global and competitive business world. The programs’ contents are based on the Competency-Based Curriculum and adapted Indonesian National Qualification Framework Curriculum.

The Bachelor’s degree Program in Bali is for you if…

  • You have a secondary degree
  • You can follow the teaching and converse in English
  • You want to gain the global knowledge and are interested in pursuing an international career
  • You want to study with people from all over the world on a paradise island with Western-standard services

Completing a full Bachelor’s Degree at Undiknas University

The Bachelor’s degree program at Undiknas University takes four years to complete. The program is an excellent way for you to develop a genuinely global mindset and skill set and gain numerous opportunities both for a career and post-graduate/Master’s studies in business abroad.

To apply, you only need an upper secondary degree. There is no entrance exam. To complete your studies, you must have a good command of English. There is a possibility of taking English language courses at the beginning of your studies.

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Q: Should I choose my courses before the semester starts? A: The course selections will be made after you arrive in Bali, but preferably before the semester begins.

Q: Are there mandatory courses? A: Yes.

Q: What is the required minimum attendance? A: You must attend a minimum of 75 % of lectures and all mandatory workshops/excursions.

Q: Do I need to participate in the orientation day? A: Preferably, you get plenty of helpful information during the orientation day.

Q: How long does completing the entire degree take? A: The duration of the full degree is four years.

Q: Will I wear a school uniform? A: No. However, shoulders, knees, and naval area should be covered and shoes enclosed

Q: When can I apply for my visa? A: After you have received your official acceptance letter. That happens at the latest one month before the semester starts, but it can be even earlier. The visa process may take up to 4 weeks. Read our general visa instructions here.

Q: Do I need an International Driver’s License to drive 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.

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 if 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: 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.

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: How can I find suitable accommodation options? A: Read our accommodation tips for Bali here. We will also send you our Asia Exchange Guide with additional tips. Most students decide to stay near the Undiknas University campus, a friendly and lively neighborhood.

Q: Should I book accommodation in advance or after arriving in Bali? A: It is entirely up to you. Most students prefer checking the accommodation options in person after arrival.

Q: Which vaccinations do I need to take? A: In addition to the essential vaccinations (MMR and diphtheria-tetanus), travelers are most often advised to get vaccinated against Hepatitis A and B. Vaccinations always depend partly on the individual, so remember to consult your physician.

Q: Do I need insurance? A: All students are required to have valid travel insurance for the semester. See our recommended travel insurance providers here.

Q: What kind of costs should I be prepared for? A: In addition to tuition fees, you should be prepared to pay for the student visa, flights, accommodation, and other living costs. The cost of living is relatively low in Bali. The actual costs depend on your lifestyle. —Read more about budgeting your study abroad semester

Q: I need to have my learning agreement/certificate of enrolment signed. What should I do? A: Please fill the document and send it to info@asiaexchange.org.

Q: When will I receive the Official Acceptance Letter? The official letter of acceptance will be delivered to you around 1.5 months before the semester starts–. We’ll send it to the street address you have provided in your application. Please let us know if this address changes at any point.

Q: When will I receive my Transcript of Records? A: The university prepares and sends the transcripts of records usually within 2-3 months after the end of the semester.

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