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Health and Safety Update COVID-19

Our team is closely monitoring the development of COVID-19 on a local, as well as on a global scale. Based on this, we took precautions as a means of our risk management and also in future may apply changes to the program information given below on a short-term basis.

Development of COVID-19 in Bali

As many other nations during this pandemic, Indonesia has been in a state of emergency since April 1st, 2020. However, Bali has yet managed to control the spread of the virus on a bigger scale. Numbers are relatively low compared to other parts of Indonesia.

Since June 1st, 2020, daily life and movement on Bali has slowly been returning to normality with open beaches and public areas. Wearing masks and a focus on hygiene is supposed to help to contain a further spread.

Visa status & re-opening

Bali is finally open and available for those international applicants who will:

  • work in national strategic projects, investors

  • invest

  • work in the formal sector but not a national strategic project

  • work as medical personnel and aid workers and for humanitarian reasons

  • come for family reunion,

including those stay permit with 211B visa index (for internship, voluntary work, and study programs).

Program update 2021

Based on the regulation of Minister of Law and Human Rights No. 26 of 2020, offshore visa application is open for eligible persons as an entry permit during the Covid 19 pandemic towards national economic recovery. Therefore, application for the following programs in 2021 are open:

Winter Semester 2021: Tropical Coastal Ecology & Community Based Conservation

Winter Semester 2021: Tropical Biology & Marine Conservation

Summer School 2021: Eco Tourism and Sustainability

Summer School 2021: Intercultural Communication and Multifaceted Globalization

Summer School 2021: Coral Reef Restoration

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Get all program updates for 2021!