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: Are there mandatory courses? A: Yes, Indonesian Language course is mandatory for all students attending Warmadewa International Program. You will have 2 lectures per week of this course.
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 7 courses). Please email email@example.com
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. Some assignments must be submitted as printed documents. There are printing shops outside the campus and printing is extremely cheap in Bali.