Study in Bali, Indonesia

Studying abroad in Bali sounds like a dream come true for those seeking for an exotic study abroad destination. Studying in the tropics definitely has its advantages, but there is so much more! Immerse yourself in colorful Indonesian cultures and the traditions, get to know its people and get active in the local communities.

Fast Facts


From 4 Weeks

Choose from an intensive 4 weeks summer course or a 15 weeks full semester program


Field Studies & Activities

Field studies and activities are a major part of the summer course and the semester program. Your chance to gain hands-on experience!



Achieve up to 30 ECTS Credit Points for the semester program, or 8 ECTS for the summer course.

Study Programs in Bali



In Bali’s largest university, you have the opportunity to take part in a semester abroad that combines various aspects of Marine Conservation, Marine Biology and Sustainable Tourism. Numerous case studies and excursions will provide new perspectives on the Marine Ecosystems in the tropics and the impacts of a rapid tourism development.


The summer course is an intensive 4- weeks program in July/August, that combines theory and field studies, focusing on 3 different topics:

  • Mangrove Ecology
  • Sustainable Tourism
  • Coral Reef Restauration

This program gives you the perfect opportunity to learn about the biodiversity of Bali and how the community is involved in protecting their beloved island.


If you participate in the summer course you will be accommodated in a private villa together with all other participants (accommodation, breakfast and transportation included).

If you have enrolled to our semester program, accommodation is not included and you will have to choose between several accommodation options (not included in the fee). The following accommodation options are available in Bali:

Villa or private house

Most of our students decide to rent out a whole villa during their semester program in Bali. Especially if you travel in a group, this is the most comfortable and affordable way to stay in Bali for a longer term. However, if you want to experience the local way, a villa should not be your first option, as it might get hard to get out of your group and get in touch with locals.


Renting out a villa in Bali secures you a very high living and privacy standard. Almost every villa comes with a pool and a kitchen, so you can always spend some time after university with your friends in your new home. If you fear a cultural shock, this option is definitely the right choice for you.

Fast Facts

  • 250-400 USD per room/month
  • 2-5 bedrooms per villa
  • private bathrooms
  • Wifi
  • Air condition
  • Private pool
  • Community kitchen