We will go over what it is like to study in Indonesia. What type of programs are available and what universities exist, along with any information about the cost of living and tuition.
Universities in Indonesia:
- Gadjah Mada University
- Bandung Institute of Technology
- University of Indonesia
- Brawijaya University
- Airlangga University
- Diponegoro University
- Padjadjaran University
- Indonesia University of Education
- President University
- Ahmad Dahlan University
- Hasanuddin University
- Parahyangan Catholic University
- Maulana Malik Ibrahim Islamic State University
- Islamic University of Indonesia
- Andalas University
- Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta
- Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology
- The University of Sumatera Utara
- Sebelas Maret University
- Telkom University
- The National University
- University of Jember
- Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta
- Jenderal Soedirman University
- State University of Malang
- The State University of Surabaya
- Udayana University
- Trisakti University
- National Institute of Technology (Indonesia)
- Terbuka University
- Indonesian State College of Accountancy
- Jakarta State University
- State University of Yogyakarta
The above list by far, does not list all of the public and private higher education institutions in Indonesia. Instead, this is a small fraction of the available educational colleges that are available to the public and as well as the private more expense colleges.
For example, The National University is a private college as well as the oldest in the country. The foundation for this school had been created in 1946, where the main academic focuses where on agriculture, education, and math.
Faculties that are part of the National University include:
- Indonesian literature
- English literature
- Korean language
- Japanese Literature
- Public Administration
- International Relations
- Communication Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Physical Engineering
- Sociology Science
- Nursing Science
- Midwife Professional Education
- Nurse Professional Education
- Machine Engineering
- Health Sciences
This list does not include all of the academics that can be studied at The National University.
Cost of Living
The cost of living in Indonesia for an international student may come as a shock to them, because they would actually be saving more by living in this country. The average living cost including rent is around $235 USD per month. This way students can end up acquiring about a part-time job through the university they are attending or through an online alternative.
Having extra funds for any transportation cost would be ideal.
First off, if international students go to Indonesia to study medicine, they can expect their tuition fees to be more near the 10,000 EUR range. However, if students are studying another subject matter, they can expect to pay between $3,000 – $7,000 per academic year.
Now tuition cost can fluctuate based on the university or economy in some countries.
Languages Spoken in Indonesia
Get ready to re-read this sentence because Indonesia is probably the most multicultural country in the world.There are over 800 languages spoken in Indonesia according to reports from around 10 years ago. Many sources have taken into consideration that several of these tend to dialects of the same language. Indonesia has become one of the most linguistically diverse countries in the world.
Virtually students could learn any secondary language and be able to speak it while living in Indonesia.