Unlocking Opportunities: Your Guide to Higher Education in Indonesia

Embark on a rewarding educational journey in Indonesia, a secure destination offering Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral programs across approximately 3,000 institutions. Indonesia is actively reforming its education system to meet global standards.


Tuition fees, even in private institutions, are budget-friendly, averaging about 4,000 euros (Rs 3,54,864) for 1-2 year master’s programs. The academic year comprises two 16-week semesters, starting in early September and concluding in June.


Securing a student visa involves a multi-step process. Upon acceptance, apply for a study permit through the Directorate General of Higher Education, followed by obtaining an entry visa (VITAS) at the Indonesian embassy/consulate. Upon arrival, convert the VITAS to a limited stay permit (KITAS) at the Immigration Department.


Research enthusiasts can explore opportunities at institutions and research centers, contributing to academic growth. Indonesia’s cost of living varies by city, with Jakarta being relatively more expensive than Yogyakarta, Surabaya, and Bandung.


Experience diverse transportation options, from connected railways to traditional modes like “ojek,” “bajaj,” and “angkot.” Immerse yourself in Indonesia’s vibrant academic and cultural environment by visiting the official website for detailed information.