The credits at Udayana University, Warmadewa University and Mataram University are granted directly as ECTS credits. Most courses are worth 5 ECTS credits, which typically convert to 3 US credits. In Warmadewa University’s Warmadewa International Summer Exchange program the courses are worth 3 ECTS each.
|Host University||Number of courses||ECTS|
|– Warmadewa International Summer Exchange||1–4||3–12|
At European universities, students usually take about 20-30 ECTS credits per semester as well. Most of the courses in the Indonesian programs are Bachelor level courses. In Indonesia, the Bachelor level is also called the ‘Sarjana 1’ level. Find out more about higher education in Indonesia.
At Udayana University, the total scope of a Bachelor’s degree at is 144 Indonesian credits. One Indonesian credits requires 16 hours of work. The length of the Bachelor’s program is four years and a total of 8 semesters. The minimum requirement per semester is 20 Indonesian credits. Local students generally accomplish 6 courses per semester.
At Mataram University, the total scope of a Bachelor’s degree at is 144 Indonesian credits at the least, and 160 credits maximum. One Indonesian credit requires 16 hours of work including time allocation for mid and final test. The length of the Bachelor’s program is four years and a total of 8 semesters. The minimum requirement per semester is 16 Indonesian credits. Mostly 2 credits each course, there are a few courses have 3 or 4 credits. Local students generally accomplish 8 – 12 courses per semester