Can I apply after the application deadline?
Do I have to be enrolled to a university?
How do I apply?
Do I need a valid passport to enter Indonesia?
Which visa do I need to study in Bali?
Do I need to bring my own laptop?
Is there dress code in the university?
What does the semester fee cover?
Where is the best place to stay in Bali?
It is best to simply book a hostel or hotel close to the Sudirman Campus prior to your arrival. Once you have arrived and settled you can decide where to stay for long-term. We have noted down a small guide about students accommodations in Bali.
Is Bali a safe place to visit?
Do I need to make special medical preparations?
Simply check if your vaccination record is up-to-date. If this is not the case, we kindly recommend you to refresh your vaccinations prior to your semester in Bali. In addition, in case you need to take special medications, please bring them with you along with a medical statement from your doctor.
How can I fund my semester in Bali? (for German students only)
- PROMOS – the PROMOS program is a scholarship offered by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). You have to apply via your university’s international office in order to be able to receive this scholarship. (Get more info about the program here or on the website of your university’s international office: https://www.daad.de/hochschulen/programme-weltweit/mobilitaet/promos/de/23661-promos-programm-zur-steigerung-der-mobilitaet-von-studierenden-deutscher-hochschulen/)
- BAföG – Every German student can apply for the BAföG support for a stay abroad, even though they don’t receive any BAföG support in Germany. The requirements for the BAföG abroad are different then the requirements for the BAföG in Germany and therefore even students who are not eligible for the BAföG in Germany can receive a support while being abroad.
More info needed?
If that wasn’t much of a help and your questions are more specific, please, don’t hesitate to contact us!