Study in Bali and spend an unforgettable semester in one of the most beautiful spots in the world. The Bali International Program on Asian Studies (BIPAS) at the Udayana University is the only genuinely international study program in Bali. Students come from various different countries. It’s easy to apply and your placement will be confirmed within a week. Students can join the program either for one or two semesters.
TO WHOM IS THE PROGRAM INTENDED FOR?
Asia Exchange students take part in the BIPAS program and study in English. The program is for all the international students interested in combining academics with unforgettable experiences in an exotic environment.
The typical participants are students of business, technology, art, social sciences, political science and tourism. There are also many participants from other fields of study who can engage in interesting minor subjects that complement their overall degree.
The study abroad period will be seen as an asset when entering the job market and competing for jobs later on in life.
COURSES AND STUDYING
- Economy and Business of South East Asia BIP1013 (Syllabus)
- The Indonesian History, Ethnology, Culture and Customs BIP 1012 (Syllabus)
- International Tourism Management BIP1011 (Syllabus)
- Business Law and Legal Tradition on Trade and Investment BIP1014 (Syllabus)
- Indonesian Language BIP1015 (Syllabus)
- Indonesian Literature BIP1016 (Syllabus)
- International Entrepreneurship BIP1017 (Syllabus)
- International Business BIP1018 (Syllabus)
- Global Marketing BIP1019 (Syllabus)
Furthermore, two additional courses will be available from autumn semester 2015 onward:
- International Relations and Communication BIP1021 (Syllabus)
- International Accounting and Finance BIP1022 (Syllabus)
The program includes courses in business, economics, marketing, law, tourism, culture and languages. Courses include workshops and excursions. Credits are granted in ECTS points and they are easy to be transferred to your degree.
The goal of the program is to increase the students’ knowledge of Indonesia and Asia in an international and stimulating environment. In accordance with the lecturers’ international and varied backgrounds, the program and its courses challenge students to a more universal, analytic and interdisciplinary way of thinking and learning.
Everyone is welcome to apply for the program. Read more
Udayana University, or Unud, is among Indonesia’s leading universities. It is the largest and most renowned university in Bali. It was founded in 1962 by the Ministry of Education and has a total of 11 faculties. The university has approximately 22,000 students. The campuses are located in Jimbaran and the capital city Denpasar. Most of the international students come to study in Bali from China, Japan, German-speaking countries, Nordic countries, the Netherlands and the United States.
Udayana University has a comprehensive international network and its different faculties have overseas partner universities in all continents. Read more
It’s easy to apply and you will get a confirmation from Asia Exchange within a week from sending in your application.
Application instructions here
A BIPAS semester tuition fee at Udayana University is 1590 EUR.
The application fee is 50 EUR.
Non-European students: check the fees here.
When participating in two semesters at the Udayana University, students will be given a 100 EUR discount on the tuition fee of the second semester. The tuition for both semesters is paid before the start of the study abroad program.
In addition to the study place, you will benefit from AE’s services, receive an AE Guide, an AE Student Card, Orientation Days and an Ice-Breaking event at the first weekend of the semester. The study materials are either provided free-of-charge or can be purchased very affordably.
Why I chose to study abroad in Bali?
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