Study in Indonesia

  • Wilweg is an initiative of Nuffic. The Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education, Nuffic for short, is funded by the Dutch government. As an independent, non-profit organisation based in The Hague in the Netherlands, Nuffic supports internationalisation in higher education, research and professional education in the Netherlands and abroad, and helps improve access to higher education worldwide. Through Wilweg, Nuffic gives information to Dutch pupils and students about study and internships abroad. In this way, Nuffic tries to convince students to study abroad.


Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS)

  • ACICIS has been running since 1994, and offers a huge choice of study programs in Indonesia – they’re probably one of the most straightforward ways to study in Indonesia. They handle the visa application process and also provide in-country pastoral support for students, including help finding accommodation, personal safety, and cultural excursions. While you’re studying in-country, you’ll remain enrolled in your home university. Airfares, visa-related costs, accommodation, travel insurance, spending money and local transport are all you need to worry about.