The educational unit conducts learning-teaching activities which are carried out in-school or out-of-school. The school education unit is a part of a staggered and sustainable, balanced education system, whereas out-of-school education units cover family, learning group, special courses, and other similar types of education. The distance learning education unit is education that takes place in an institution where implementation of teaching-learning activities does not have to occupy a certain building. The variety of education units enable every citizen to attend life-long education if they so desire.
The national education will be carried out through two channels, that is, in-school education and out-of-school education. The in-school education channel covers education carried out in school through learning-teaching activities that occur in the traditional manner in a staggered and sustainable ways. The out-of-school education channel covers education carried out in any non-traditional environment that does not require participants to attend lessons in a formally constructed, purpose-built environment. The out-of-school learning and teaching activities do not necessarily need to be staggered, sustained or balanced. Family education is a part of the out-of-school education channel conducted within the family which provides religious faith, social and moral values, and specific life skills.
Educational types included in the in-school education channel consist of general, vocational, handicapped, official, religious, academic and professional education. General education focuses on expansion of knowledge and skill improvement of participants in line with the specialization that will be realized in the final stages of participation in the education system. Vocational education is education to prepare participants with relevant skills to work directly in certain fields. Handicapped education is education which is carried out especially for participants with physical and/or mental disorders. Government officials education is education for improving ability in the implementation of official duties for employees or those who aspire to work in a government ministry department or non-departmental/government institutions. Religious education is education to prepare participants to be able to assume a role in society that demands the mastery of special knowledge in regard to the respective religion. Academic education is aimed at fostering the mastery of knowledge and science among students, and professional education is aimed at producing professionals who can apply their specialties and knowledge to the development of the country, and society.
Types of education included in out-of-school education channel consist of: general, religious, occupational, officials, and vocational education. Out-of-schoolgeneraleducation prioritizes expansion of knowledge, skill improvement and development of good attitude of the learners in learning certain fields. Religiouseducation prepares students to play a role that requires the special mastery of the respective religions. Occupational education is education that attempts to increase knowledge, ability, and attitude of the learners to fulfil certain working requirements in their related working unit. Officials education is designed to improve abilities to carry out official duties, for employees or candidates to work in a government ministry or non-departmental government institutions. Vocationalout-of-schooleducation is education to prepare students to be able to work in certain fields.
Educational level refers to a stage in continuing education which is determined based on the level of development of the learning participant as well as the flexibility and the depth of learning materials.
- Basic Education
- Secondary Education
- Higher education
- Special Education
- Pre-School Education
- Out-of-School Education
Basic education is general education with a duration of 9 years, including 6 years in Primary School and three years in Lower Secondary School or equivalent educational level. Basic education aims to provide assets in the form of abilities to learning participants so they may develop their lives and lifestyles as individual members of society, citizens and human beings, as well as to prepare them to attend secondary education.
The basic education unit that implements the six year educational program consists of two major divisions, i.e. general primary school and primary school for the handicapped. The basic education unit that implements the three year educational program after the six year program is either general lower secondary school or lower secondary school for the handicapped. Apart from these schools, there are also primary education units which are based on Moslem religion and organized by the Ministry of Religious Affairs. These schools are known as Madrasah lbtidaiyah which is the equivalent of primary school and Madrasah Tsanawiyah, equivalent of lower secondary school.
As a general education institution, primary education is obliged to contain at least the following subjects in the curriculum: Pancasila education, religious education, citizenship, Indonesian language, reading and writing, mathematics (including arithmetic), introduction to science and technology, geography, national and general history, art and craft, physical and health education, drawing, and English language. The mentioned courses are not the formal title of the subjects, but rather the field of study, the basic material presented to form personality and ability instilled and developed through basic education. More than one field of study may be united to become one subject, or conversely, one field of study may be dispersed across more than one subject matter.
The primary education curriculum contains 10 subjects, as follows: (1) Pancasila and citizenship education; (2) religious education; (3) Indonesian language (including reading and writing); (4) mathematics (including arithmetic); (5) natural science (science and technology introduction); (6) social sciences (including geography, national and general history); (7) art (including drawing); (8) physical and health education; (9) English language and; (10) local content (a number of assorted subjects).
Secondary education is education that is organized for graduates of basic education. Types of secondary education cover the broad fields of general, vocational, religious, officials, and special education. Generalsecondaryeducation focuses on knowledge expansion and skills improvement of students, and preparing students for further education. Vocational secondaryeducation focuses on the development of skills that apply to a certain specific occupation, and preparing students for employment as well as developing professional attitude. Religioussecondaryeducation focuses on the mastery of the teaching of the respective religions. Officialssecondaryeducation focuses on ability improvement to support the implementation of official duties for government officials or potential government officials. Finally, specialsecondaryeducation is carried out for students with physical and/or mental disorders
General secondary education is undertaken in general secondary schools and Madrasah Aliyah (Islamic secondary schools). The objectives of general secondary education are to: (1) increase the knowledge of students so that they may progress to higher education levels and to develop themselves in line with advances of knowledge, technology and art, and (2) increase the ability of students to become contributing members of society, through developing useful mutual relationships with their social, cultural and natural surroundings. To achieve such objectives, the teaching program is organized into two stages, consisting of: the general teaching program which is applied in class I and II, and special teaching programs (more specific in nature) which begin to be implemented in class III in accordance with the ability and interests of the individual students.
Vocational secondary education is carried out in vocational secondary schools, which are schools that run educational programs adjusted to employment needs for certain occupations. The secondary vocational education program consists of six groups, namely: (1) the Agricultural and Forestry Group, (2) the Technological and Industrial Group, (3) the Business and Management Group, (4) the Social Welfare Group, (5) the Tourism Group, and (6) the Art and Crafts Group.
The educational activity implementation in vocational education units is based on the valid national curriculum, a curriculum that is adjusted to environmental needs and conditions, and the specific characteristics of the related educational units. The secondary vocational curriculum is organized into general and vocational programs. The general program consists of a number of subjects which are considered the normal minimum requirements for students of this level, and are compulsory for all students in the framework of forming the character of the wholesome Indonesians. This program consists of the following subject matters: Pancasila and Citizenship Education; Religious Education; Indonesian Language and Literature; Physical and Health Education; and National and General History. The vocational program consists of basic vocational subjects and vocational skill development topics. The function ofbasicvocationaleducation is to instill the ability to develop and adapt in line with the development of science, technology and arts in relation to the respective study program. The function ofvocationalskillsdevelopment is to form productive ability which can be practically applied to employment in the respective occupations.
Higher education is the continuation of secondary education through the in-school education channel. This channel consists of two divisions, academic and professional education. Academic education is directed particularly toward mastery of technological science and/or arts in the academic sense, whereas professional education is directed more toward the preparation of certain applied skills useful in the workforce,
The higher education implementation unit is the higher education institution. Such educational units can be in the form of academies, polytechnics, tertiary school institutes, or universities. Academies are higher education institutions that carry out professional education in one or a part of certain branch of knowledge, technology or arts. Polytechnics are higher education institutions which undertake professional education in a number of special fields. Tertiaryschools are higher education institutions which carry out academic and/or professional education in only one specific discipline. Institutes are higher education institutions that consist of a number of departments which undertake academic and/or professional education in one group of similar scientific disciplines. Universities are higher education institutions that consist of a number of departments which undertake academic and/or professional education in many scientific technological, or arts disciplines.
The educational units referred to as academies and polytechnics run diploma programs as a part of professional education. Higher education units in the form of tertiary schools, institutes and universities run academic and/or professional education courses in the form of graduate and post-graduate programs. Post-graduate programs are in the form of Magister’s and Doctor’s degrees. Professional education is in the form of a diploma program that offers 4 levels of study from diploma I through to diploma 4. Diploma programs can be continued to a higher level known as Specialist 1 or 2 level, if students meet the entry requirements.
Special education is formed to meet the educational needs of those who suffer from physical and/or mental disorders. Special education is aimed at instilling skills that help the people who suffer physical, mental, behavioral or social problems, to more readily adapt to society. This is done through the development of skills, attitudes, and knowledge that enable students to develop work skills, skills to help them interact with their social, cultural, and natural environments, and/or pursue further education.
The different types of disorders that are catered for in special education include (1) partial or complete sight impairment (blindness), (2) partial or complete deafness, (3) physical disabilities such as crippled limbs or disfigured limbs which result in impaired mobility or senses, (4) mental or behavioral disabilities such as retardation, which cause assimilation difficulties in normal schools, the family environment or society. Students may be handicapped in both physical and mental disabilities.
The form of special educational units as regulated by Law No. 2 of 1989 are special kindergarten schools, with a duration of 3 years; special primary schools with a duration of at least 6 years; special lower secondary schools with a duration of at least 3 years; and special upper secondary schools, also with a duration of at least 3 years.
The objective of pre-school education is to stimulate the physical and intellectual growth and development of children outside the family environment before entering primary school or out-of-school educational programs. The focus of education is on the development of attitude, knowledge, skills and creative abilities, so that children may adapt to their environment quicker and easier, and for their further growth and development. However, attendance at pre-school education is not a prerequisite or requirement for entry into primary school.
The forms of pre-school education include Kindergartens, Play Groups and Child Care Centers. Kindergartens are classed as in-school education facilities while play groups and child care centers are included under the banner of out-of-school education. Apart from these units, there are also special Islamic pre-schools which are of the same status as kindergartens. These schools are called BustanulAtfal and RaudlatuiAtfal, and are organized by the Ministry of Religious Affairs.
Kindergartens are run for children aged 4 to 6 years with a one or two year education duration. Children’s welfare in play groups and child care centers is the responsibility of the Minister of Social Affairs, while the educational aspects are organized by the Minister of Education and Culture (Government Regulation No. 27 of 1990, Article 5).
Pre-school educational units in the form of play groups and child care centers may be attended by children under the-age of 3 years. The content of the pre-school educational program for kindergartens as run through the in-school channel must include Pancasila morals education, religion, discipline, language ability, thinking exercises, creativity, social skills, feelings and emotions, manual skills and physical fitness and health.
Out-of-school education are educational activities carried out outside of the formal school system. Out-of-school education is not necessarily organized into levels or stages and continuous. The characteristic that differentiates out-of-school education from school education is its flexibility which includes flexible course duration and study times, no participant age limits, and flexible course content, implementation and assessment procedures.
The out-of-school education unit covers family education learning group, special courses like computer, and other similar educational units. Family education is designed to promote religious awareness, cultural values, moral values and special home and social skills.
The major objectives of out-of-school education are to: (1) serve the needs of the learners so that they may grow and develop as rapidly as possible, and develop self worth and improve the quality of their lifestyle throughout life; (2) organize learning activities to help learners to gain skills, attitudes and knowledge needed for their development, for work as a livelihood, or continue on to higher levels of education; and (3) meet the societal demand for education that cannot be fulfilled by the formal education channel alone.
The forms of out-of-school education include courses, learning groups and others such as play groups, and child care centers and similar educational units. The courses are run for education participants as assets to develop themselves, to find a livelihood and/or continue on to higher levels of education. The learning groups that are organized by the Government consist of the Learning Group Packet A, and the Learning Group Packet B. The Learning Group Packet A provides material for the learners to achieve primary school qualifications, and the Learning Group Packet B provides material for lower secondary qualifications. Other out-of-school units such as child care centers and play groups are organized by the Ministry of Social Affairs and the Ministry of Education and Culture in a cooperative arrangement.
B. Applying Visa
You will need a visa to enter Indonesia – in which you can obtain at the nearest Embassy or Consular Office of Indonesia in your country. Here are types of visas you could apply:
1. Index B-211 Visa or VKSB B-211
Another category of visit visa is VKSB (Visa Kunjungan Sosial Budaya – Social/Cultural Visit Visa) – a visa for those coming to Indonesia for a short-term stays, not as tourists and not for business. This single entry visit visa refers to Index B-211 and is valid for 30 – 60 days.
Requirements to obtain the Index B-211 Visa are as follows:
- A letter of acceptance which invites you to stay/study in Indonesia;
- Your passport;
- A copy of return trip ticket;
- Two (2) pieces of passport-size photos (4 X 6);
- Application form (provided by the Visa Section of the Indonesian Embassy);
- Visa fee
We would never recommend you to use the Visa on Arrival (VOA) which is only intended for those who are visiting Indonesia as tourists, NOT for those intending to live for an extended period of time because this kind of visa is not extendable.
- VITAS (Limited Stay Visa)
Three kinds of VITAS valid for:
- 6 months
- 12 months
- 24 months
The process of applying the VITAS takes 2 – 3 months before your arrival in Indonesia. The reason is that Study Permit(Izin Studi) must be applied to DIKTI (the Directorate General of Higher Education of Indonesia – Jakarta) before you apply for Vitas.
The following are detailed documents you should prepare for Study Permit (SP) and VITAS:
- A letter of Recommendation from the University in Indonesia.
- A letter of Approval from the Indonesian Embassy (If you are still in your home country), from the representative Embassy/Consular Office of your country (If you are already in Indonesia).
- An Academic Report/Transcript
- A Curriculum Vitae/Resume
- A letter of Declaration stating that you will obey Indonesian rules and laws will not involve in any work activities
- A letter of Sponsorship or of Financial guarantee (if you self finance)
- Health Declaration/Report (signed by a medical doctor)
- A copy of valid Passport:
· 12-month passport validity remaining to apply for a 6-month SP and KITAS (Limited Stay Permit Visa)
· 18-month passport validity remaining to apply for a 12-month SP and KITAS
· 30-month passport validity remaining to apply for a 24-month SP and KITAS
(So, if your passport nearing expiration, we recommend that you have it renew to the maximum time allowable before you begin applying procedures.)
- Three (3) pieces of passport-size photos (4 X 6) – red background
Since Study Permit and VITAS are applied before your arrival, the International Relation Office of the University will then precede the application to the Immigration Office in Jakarta. When approved, the Immigration Office will send a facsimile of a letter of approval to the Indonesian Embassy or Consular Office in related countries, in which you can get the VITAS aforementioned. Therefore; send the above documents (1 – 9) to respective University in Indonesia.
C. Applying Scholarship
The scholarship available in two type, namely:
- Darmasiswa Scholarship
- KNB Scholarship
1. Darmasiswa Scholarship
The scholarship program offered to all foreign students from countries which have diplomatic relationship with Indonesia to study Bahasa Indonesia, arts, music and crafts. Participants can choose one of 45 different universities located in different cities in Indonesia. This program is organized by the Ministry of National Education (MoNE) in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA).
The Darmasiswa program was started in 1974 as part of ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) initiative, admitting only students from ASEAN. However, in 1976 this program was extended to include students from other countries such as Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, and USA. In early 90's, this program was extended further to include all countries which have diplomatic relationship with Indonesia. Until to date, the number of countries participating in this program is more than 75 countries.
The main purpose of the DARMASISWA program is to promote and increase the interest in the language and culture of Indonesia among the youth of other countries. It has also been designed to provide stronger cultural links and understanding among participating countries.
The interest of international students to participate in this program keep increasing year by year. In 2011, we offer to 750 students who would like to participate in this program as can be seen in the following table:
a. Schemes of Darmasiswa
- Regular 1 (One) Year -Darmasiswa RI scholarship Program
Regular One Year program is a one-year scholarship program offered to foreign students from countries which have diplomatic relationship with Indonesia to study Bahasa Indonesia, Art (traditional music, traditional dance, craft) Culinary and Tourism in selected Indonesian Higher Education Institutions.
- Regular 6 (Six) Months - Darmasiswa RI scholarship Program
Regular six-month program is a six-month scholarship program offered to foreign students from countries which have diplomatic relationship with Indonesia to study Bahasa Indonesia in selected Indonesian Higher Education Institutions.
b. Values of Scholarship
Scholarship cover exempt from registration fee, tuition fee, and fee for basic learning materials and accommodation fee for dormitory on campus, living allowance; one-off settlement subsidy after registration;fee for outpatient medical service, comprehensive medical Insurance and protection scheme for International Students.
c. Application Documents
The application must fill in and provide the documents and completely.
- Application form, the form is available on http://darmasiswa.kemdiknas.go.id
- Applicants be under the age of 35 years old
- Completed secondary education or its equivalent
- Copy of academic transcript
- In good health as proved by Medical Certificate
- Passport size color photograph (5 pieces)
- Full-page copy of passport valid for at least 18 months from time of arrival in Indonesia
- Able to communicate in English and have a basic knowledge of the field they're applying for
d. How to Apply
The applicant should apply through the following procedures:
- Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General in the country of residence.
- Visit the website at: www.darmasiswa.kemdiknas.go.id, applicants should notify to the Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General before applying online.
The documents of applicants who have been selected by the Indonesian Embassy will be submitted to the Bureau of Planning and International Cooperation, Ministry of National Education or the Directorate of Public Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, addressed:
Head Bureau of Planning and International Cooperation, Secretariat General,
Department of National Education.
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman,Senayan-Jakarta,Telp./Fax. (62-21) 5724707, 5738181
2. KNB Scholarship
The Tenth Conference of Heads of States of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) countries held on 1-6 September 1992 concluded among others the idea of providing scholarships by the Ministry of Education and Culture, which is now the Ministry of National Education (MONE).
In 1993 the Government of the Republic of Indonesia started offering postgraduate (master degree) scholarships to students from the NAM member countries.
However, since 2002, after the cold war ended, the scholarship has been offered to citizens of developing countries such as Thailand, Fiji, South Korea, Suriname, Guyana, Turkey, Vietnam, and Vanuatu. This scholarship has attracted more applicants. Over the years up to 2008, 381 students from 42 countries have completed the NAM scholarship program.
Considering that the international political development has made the use of the term “NAM” irrelevant, this scholarship program has been renamed BeasiswaKemitraan Negara Berkembang (KNB) or Developing Countries Partnership (DCP) Scholarship.
a. Study Programs
The scholarship is offered to postgraduate (Master Degree) students to study at one of the universities in Indonesia for 3 years, consisting of one year of the Indonesian Language and Preparatory Programs and 2 years of Master Program with the arrangement as follows:
- Fields of study
1) Literary studies
5) Remote Sensing
9) Environmental Sciences
1) Agricultural Economics
3) Soil Science
4) Plant Pathology
7) Animal Science
8) Veterinary Science
9) Agricultural Engineering
10) Food Science & Technology
11) Estate Crop Product Technology
12) Marine Science
1) Public Administration
2) Political Science
5) Economic Development Study
7) Cultural Studies/ Sciences
9) Sport Sciences
10) Public Health Studies
1) Chemical Engineering
2) Civil Engineering
3) Architectural Engineering
4) Electrical Engineering and Informatics
5) Mechanical Engineering
6) Geological Engineering
7) Naval Architect and Marine Engineering
8) Environmental Engineering
9) Informatics Engineering
1) Education Management
2) Education Research and Evaluation
3) Social Science Education
4) Natural Science Education
5) Mathematics Education
6) Vocational and Technology Education
7) Out of School (Continuing Education)
8) Applied Linguistics
9) History Education
10) Instructional Education
11) Indonesian Education
12) Children’s Literature
13) Sports Education
14) Educational Science
15) Primary School Teacher Education
(1) Performing Arts and Arts Studies
(2) Comparative Religious Studies
(3) Tourism Studies
(4) Bio Technology
- Study Sessions
a. Indonesian Language : 8 months
b. Master Preparatory Programs : 4 months
c. Master Programs : 24 months (4 semesters)
(1) Research in the framework of the graduate program should be carried out in Indonesia.
(2) Should the research be carried in the student’s home country, all the cost will be borne by the respective student
All lectures and thesis writing will be in the Indonesian language.
b. Values of Scholarship
Scholarship shall cover：
· Settlement Allowance will be given through the university at the same time with the Living Cost.
· While taking the Indonesian language course and preparatory programs, a student will get living cost only.
· During their Master Programs in Indonesia, the students will get Living Cost (monthly), Research Allowance monthly that to be given at the beginning of the third semester, and Books (monthly)
- The tuition fee
· A round-trip international airfare (economic class) from the international airport of the students’ home countries to Indonesia, including local transport to the host university.
- Health insurance
c. Criteria and Eligibility
- Applicants be under the age of 35 years old.
- Applicants must have bachelor degree.
- Applicants must have a TOEFL score of 450
· Applicants will comply with the Indonesian Government and host university regulation,will not work or join any political activity, and agrees not to change the place of study and study program selected
· Students who have already enrolled or participated in this program are not eligible for this program
d. Application Documents
The applicants must fill in and provide the following documents truly, correctly and completely:
- The Completed Application Form
· Official letter of the candidate nomination from the respective candidate’s government official
- A photocopy of passport or birth certificate
· A certified photocopy of diploma and academic transcripts (translated into English)
- A TOEFL score certificate obtained within the last 12 months
· A Health certificate from a recognized medical doctor in the candidate’s home country.
The completed application form and all the supporting documents above must be sent to:
1) Head, Bureau of Planning and International Cooperation
Ministry of National Education
The Republic of Indonesia
C Building, 7th Floor
JalanJenderalSudirman– Senayan, Jakarta 10270
Tel/Fax : (62-21) 5738181, 5709446/45, 5724707
2) through the Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General in the respective candidate's home country.
The candidates can also apply on-line through the
In this regard, all the supporting documents must be scanned and sent as attachments. In addition, the candidate must inform the Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General in the candidate’s country of residence of his/her application.
e . Approval and Notification
1. The application and all the supporting documents must be received by the Bureau for Planning and International Cooperation, Ministry of National Education not later than mid February.
2. Selection will be conducted in April
3. The selection result will be announced by the end of April.
4. The students should arrive in Jakarta by mid September.
5. Orientation will be organized in September
6. The Indonesian language course will start in mid September.
f . Arrival in I ndonesia
1. Visa Arrangement
a. Short-Visit Visa (VITAS)
Visa used for joining this program is Short-Visit Visa (VITAS) that can be obtained through the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in the candidate’s home country. Upon arrival in Indonesia, this visa should be conversed to get the Stay-Permit (ITAS) for 1 (one) year through the Local Immigration Office where the candidate will study.
The candidate (thence, student) must report to the Local Immigration Office within 7 days upon the time of arrival to directly get the Stay-Permit (ITAS).
b. Social-Visit Visa (VKSB)访问签证
An alternative visa used for joining this program is a Social Visit Visa (VKSB) that can be obtained through the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia where the student lives. Upon the student’s arrival in Indonesia, this visa should be conversed to get the Stay-Permit (ITAS) for 1 (one) year through the facility of the State Secretariat and the Local Immigration Office.
To get the Stay-Permit (ITAS), students must attach necessary documents such as: a copy of passport (including the visa used) and the letter of acceptance from the university where the students will study, which will be sent to the Bureau of Planning and International Cooperation, the Ministry of National Education. Then, it will be passed on to the State Secretariat, the Directorate General Immigration Office and Local Immigration Office for processing.
While studying in Indonesia, students or DCP scholarship holders may go overseas as long as they have obtained an Exit Re-Entry Permit (ERP) or Exit Permit Only (EPO) stamped on their passport by the Local Immigration Office.
The participants are prohibited to use the Tourist Visa to study in Indonesia, since it will cause a problem in processing the Stay-Permit.
c. The students are expected to have a valid passport for minimum of 2 (two) years.
The Indonesian Government (c.q. Ministry of Foreign Affairs) will issue a stay permit to stay for one year and to be extended for the following year until the study is completed.
2. On arrival
a. After obtaining the VITAS or VKSB from the Indonesian Embassy/Consulate General in their country of residence, the students must depart for Indonesia as soon as possible.
b. Students are required to inform the Bureau for Planning and International Cooperation, Ministry of National Education, Jakarta regarding their schedule of arrival in Indonesia. This is to enable the Bureau to make all the necessary arrangements to meet all the arriving students at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
Students are strongly advised not to be accompanied by any family member. The monthly stipend provided is only appropriate for one person.
Students are strongly advised to have international insurance for minimum one month afte their arrival .
Students are suggested to carry minimum US$ 300 at the beginning of the program to support their settlement process before they receive the scholarship.
g . Return Home
1. Return home after finishing study
Students who have accomplished their study should contact the host university 30 days prior to their departure so as to allow time for preparing necessary documents.
2. Excess Baggage
The Indonesian government does not provide any money for excess baggage and book transportations.
3. Temporary return
When the students wish to leave Indonesia temporarily for a personal reason, they are required:
a. To have a letter of recommendation from the host university
b. To have a round-trip international airfare
c. To cover cost of exit re-entry permit
During their leave, they will not receive any monthly allowance
4. Drop-out / Aborting study
In case students return home due to a personal reason or because they cannot complete their study (e.g. inability to complete the study or violating the university regulations), the following points apply:
a. Students should inform the Director of Graduate Program of the host university.
b. They should inform the Indonesian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs.
c. They must inform their government official/representative in writing to explain the nature of the problems that have forced them to quit study
d. They must bear the cost of the International airfares.
h . Others
The Government of the Republic of Indonesia will not provide any lodging or board for the DCP students. However, the host university will assist them in finding a suitable boarding house/accommodation.
Holiday/ Study Leave
The Indonesian government does not provide any costs other than the scholarship. Any other costs for personal reasons or vacations will be the responsibility of the students.
2. Dressing Decency
Students are advised to wear decent/appropriate clothes when visiting government offices and public places, and attending classes in campus.
D. Directory of University in Indonesia
1. Directory of State University
- Universitas Gajah Mada
Address: Bulaksumur Yogyakarta
- Universitas Indonesia
Address: Jl. Salemba Raya No 4 Jakarta
Telp: +62-21-786 7 222, 78841818
Fax: +62-21-788 49 060
- Universitas Sumatera Utara
Address: Jl. Dr T Mansur no 9 Bandung Bulan Medan
Telp: 061-8216575, 8215937
- Universitas Airlangga
Address: Kampus C Mulyorejo Surabaya
Telp: 031-5914042, 5914043
- Universitas Hasanudin
Address: Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan Km 10 Tamalanrea Makassar
- Universitas Andalas
Address: Kampus Limau Manis, Pauh Sumatra Barat, Padang, 25163
Telp: 0751-71301, 71087
- Universitas Padjadjaran
Address: Jl Dipati Ukur No 35 Bandung
- Universitas Diponegoro
Address: Jl. Prof H soedarto,SH ampus Tembalang Semarang
- Universitas Sriwijaya
Address: Jl Raya Palembang Prabumulih Inderalaya Ogan Komering Ilir Palembang
- Universitas Lambung Mangkurat
Address: Jl. Brigjen H. Hasan Basri Banjarmasin
Telp: 0511-3305195, 3300511, 6615
- Universitas Syiah Kuala
Address: Kampus Unsyiah Banda Aceh
- Universitas Sam Ratulangi
Address: Kampus Unsrat Bahu Manado
Telp: 0431-863786/ 863886
- Universitas Udayana
Address: Kampus Bukit Jimbaran Denpasar
- Universitas Nusa Cendana
Address: Jl. Adisucipto Penfui Kupang
Telp: (0380) 881580
Fax: (0380) 881674
- Universitas Mulawarman
Address: Jl. Kuaro Gunung Kelua Samarinda
- Universitas Mataram
Address: Jl. Majapahit No 62 Mataram
- Universitas Riau
Address: Kampus Bina Widya Simpang Baru Pekanbaru
- Universitas Cenderawasih
Address: Kampus Uncen Waena Jl. Camp Wolker Jayapura
- Universitas Brawijaya
Address: Jl. Veteran Malang
- Universitas Jambi
Address: Jalan Raya Jambi Muara Bulian Km 15 Jambi
- Universitas Pattimura
Address: Jl. Ir M Putuhena, Poka Ambon
- Universitas Tanjungpura
Address: Jl. Jenderal Ahmad Yani Pontianak
Telp: 0561-739636, 739630
- Universitas Jenderal Soedirman
Address: Jl. Prof. Dr. HR Boenyamin 708 Purwokerto
- Universitas Palangka Raya
Address: Kampus Unpar Tunjung Nyaho Jl. Yos Sudarso Palangka Raya
- Universitas Jember
Address: Jl. Kalimantan 3 No 37 Kampus Tegalboto Jember
- Universitas Lampung
Address: Jl. Dumsntri Brojonegoro No1 Gedung Meneng
Fax: 0721-701609, 0721-702767
- Universitas Sebelas Maret
Address: Jl. Ir Sutami No 36-A Kentingan
- Universitas Tadulako
Address: Kampus Bumi Tadulako Tondo
- Universitas Haluoleo
Address: Jl. Malaka Anduonohu, Sulawesi Tenggara, Kendari
Telp: 0401-390105, 391424
- Universitas Bengkulu
Address: Jl. Kandang Limun, Bengkulu
- Universitas Terbuka
Address: Jl. Pondok Cabe Raya, Tangerang 15418 Cipupat, Tangerang Banten
- Universitas Ngeri Padang
Address: Jl. Prof Dr Hamka, Kampus Air Tawar, Padang
Telp: 0751-7051147, 0751-7053902
- Universitas Negeri Malang
Address: Jl. Surabaya No.6 Malang
- Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Address: Jl. Dr Setiabudhi No. 229, Bandung
- Universitas Negeri Manado
Address: Jl. Kampus Unima, Tondano
- Universitas Negeri Makassar
Address: Jl. A P Pettarani, Gunungsari, Makassar
Telp: 0411 868943
Fax: 0411 860794
- Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Address: Jl. Rawanangun Muka, Jakarta
- Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta
Address: Kampus Karangmalang, Yogyakarta
- Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Address: Jl. Ketintang, Surabaya
- Universitas Negeri Medan
Address: Jl. Willem Iskandar Pasar V, Medan Estate, Medan
Telp: 061-661-3365, 6613276
Fax: 061-661-4002, 6613319
Website: www. Unimed.ac.id
- Universitas Negeri Semarang
Address: Kampus Sekaran Gunungpati, Semarang
Telp: 024-8508081 (91-93)
Fax: 024-8508082 (84)
- Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa
Address: Jl. Raya Jakarta Km 4 Serang
- Universitas Trunojoyo
Address: Jl. Raya Telang, Bangkalan
- Universitas Khairun
Address: Jl. Bandara Babullah, Ternate
Telp: 0921-3110901/ 3110903
- Universitas Negeri Papua
Address: Jl. Gunung Salju, Amban, Manokwari
Telp: 0986-211430, 211974
- Universitas Malikussaleh
Address: Jl. Tengku Chik Ditiro No.26, Lancang Garam, Lhokseumawe
- Universitas Negeri Gorontalo
Address: Jl. Jenderal Sudirman No.6, Gorontalo
Telp: (0435) 821125
Fax: (0435) 821752
- Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha
Address: Jl. Ahmad Yani No. 67, Singaraja
- Institut Teknologi Bandung
Address: Jl. Tamansari No. 64, Bandung
- Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November
Address: Kampus ITS Sukolilo, Surabaya
- Institut Pertanian Bogor
Address: Jl. Raya Darmaga, Bogor
Telp: 0251-622642, 8425635
Fax: 0251-622708, 8425635
- Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta
Address: Parangtritis Km 6 Sewon, Yogyakarta
Telp: 0274-379133, 373659
- Institut Seni Indonesia Denpasar
Address: Jl. Nusa Indah No. 35, Denpasar
Telp: 0361-227316, 23100
- Institut Seni Indonesia Surakarta
Address: Jl. Ki Hajar Dewantara No. 19 Kentingan, Jebres, Surakarta
- Sekolah Tinggi Seni Indonesia Padang Panjang
Address: Jl. Bundo Kandung No. 35 Padangpanjang
- Sekolah Tinggi Seni Indonesia Bandung
Address: Jl. Buahbatu No 212, Bandung
- Politeknik Manufaktur Bandung
Address: Jl. Kanayakan 21 Dago Bandung
Telp: 022-2013789, 2007797
- Politeknik Negeri Jakarta
Address: Kampus Baru, Universitas Indonesia, Depok
- Politeknik Negeri Medan
Address: Jl. Akmamater No1 Kampus Usu, Medan
- Politeknik Negeri Bandung
Address: Jl. Gegerkalong Hilir, Desa Giwaruga, Bandung
- Politeknik Negeri Semarang
Address: Jl. Prof H Soedarto SH lemhalang, Semarang
- Politeknik Negeri Sriwijaya
Address: Jl. Sriwijaya Negara Buku Besar, Palembang
- Politeknik Negeri Lampung
Address: Jl. Soekarno Hatta No. 10
- Politeknik Negeri Ambon
Address: Jl. M Putuhena, Wailela Rumahtiga, Ambon
- Politeknik Negeri Padang
Address: Kampis Universitas Andalas, Limau Manis, Padang
- Politeknik Negeri Bali
Address: Kampus Politeknik Negeri Bali, Bukit Jimbaran Kuta, Badung
- Politeknik Negeri Pontianak
Address: Jl. Ahmad Yani, Pontianak
- Politeknik Negeri Ujung Pandang
Address: Jl.Perintis Kemerdekaan Km 10 Tamalanrea, Makassar
- Politeknik Negeri Mando
Address: Kampus Desa Buham kairagi dua Kecamatan Mapanget, Manado
- Politeknik Perkapalan Negeri Surabaya
Address: Jl. Teknik Kimia, Kampis Its Sukolilo, Surabaya
Fax: (tidak ada)
- Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin
Address: Jl, Brigjen H Hasan Basry, Komlek Unlam, Banjarmasin
- Politeknik Negeri Lhokseumawe
Address: Jl. Medan-Banda Aceh Km 280, Buketrata, Lhokseumawe
- Politeknik Negeri Kupang
Address: Jl. Adisucipto Penfui, Kupang
- Politeknik Elektronik Negeri Surabaya
Address: Kampus ITS Sukolilo, Surabaya
- Politeknik Negeri Jember
Address: Jl. Mastrip, Sumbersari, Jember
Telp: (0331)333532, 333533
- Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Pangkajene Kepulauan
Address: Poros Makassar-parepare Km 83, Pangkep
- Politeknik Perikanan Negeri Tual
Address: Jl. Karel Satsui Tubun No 1, Tual
Telp: 0916 21377
Fax: 0916 21377
- Politeknik Negeri Malang
Address: Jl. Soekarno Hatta No 9, Malang
- Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Samarinda
Address: Jl. Sam Ratulangi, Samarinda
- Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Payakumbuh
Address: Jl. Raya Tanjung Pati Km 7, Kabupaten Limapuluh Kota, Payakumbuh
- Politeknik Negeri Samarinda
Address: Jl. Cipto Mangunkusumo Gunung, Samarinda
2. Directory of Private Universities In Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi (Jabodetabek)
- BINUS University
Universitas Bina Nusantara (Binus) Jakarta
Address: Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No.27, Kebon Jeruk Jakarta Barat
Telp: (+62-21)53696969, 53696999
Fax: (+62-21) 530-0244
- Universitas Katolik Atma Jaya Jakarta
Address: Jl. Jenderal Sudirman 51, Jakarta
Telp: (+62-21)5703306, 5727615
- Universitas Trisakti Jakarta
Address: Jl. Kyai Tapa No.1, Grogol Jakarta
Telp: (+62-21)5663232 ext. 8128, 8140
Fax: (+62-21) 5671356
- Universitas Yarsi
Address: Jl. Let. Jend. Suprapto CempakaPutih, Jakarta Pusat
Telp: (+62-21) 4206675
Fax: (+62-21) 4243171
- Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa
Address: Jl. Raya Jakarta Km.4 Pakupatan Serang Provinsi Banten
Telp: (0254) 395502
- Universitas Gunadarma
Address: Jl. Margonda Raya 100, Depok
- Universitas Kristen Krida Wacana Jakarta
Address: Tanjung Duren Raya No.4 Jakarta
Fax: (62-21) 566-6951/56
- Universitas Pancasila Jakarta
Address: Jl. Srengseng Sawah Jagakarsa Jakarta Selatan
Telp: (62-21) 78880305, 7270086
Fax: (62-21) 7864721, 7271868
- Universitas Pelita Harapan(UPH)
Address: M.H. Thamrin Boulevard 1100 Lippo Village Tangerang
Telp: (+62-21) 5460901
- Universitas Prof Dr Moestopo （Beragama ）
Address: Jl. Hanglekir I No.8 Jakarta Pusat
Telp: (021)- 7395333, 7396585
- Universitas Persada Indonesia Y.A.I (UPI Y.A.I) Jakarta
Address: Jl. Diponegoro No, 74 Jakarta Pusat
Telp: +6221-3916000, +6221-3926000 ext. 1531, 1532
- Universitas Tarumanegara Jakarta
Address: Jl. S. Parman No.1 Jakarta Barat
- Universitas 17 Agustus 1945
Address: Sunter Podomoro, Sunter Agung, Jakarta
Telp: (62-21) 64715666
Fax: (62-21) 64715666
- Universitas Budi Luhur
Address: Jl. Ciledug Raya Petukangan Utara Jakarta Selatan
Telp: 62-21 - 5853753
Fax: 62-21 – 5853752
- Universitas Bung Karno Jakarta
Address: Jl. Kimia Jakarta
Telp: +62-21 – 3901263, 3901076
- Unniversitas Indonesia Esa Unggul
Address：jl. Ajuna Utara No.09, Tol Tomang. Kebon Jeruk, Jakarta Barat
Telp: 62-21 – 5674223 (hunting), 62-21-5682510
Fax: 62-21 – 5674248
- Universitas Kristen Indonesia
Address: Jl. Mayjen Sutoyo No.2, Cawang, Jakarta
Telp: (62-21) 8092425
- Universitas Multimedia Nusantara （UMN ）Scientia Garden
Address: Jl. Boulevard Gading Serpong Tangerang- Banten
Telp: (62-21) 5422 0808/3703 9777
Fax: (62-21) 5422 0800
- Universitas Nasiional Jakarta
Address: Jl. Sawo Manila, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta Selatan
Telp: (62-21) – 7806700
Fax: 62-21 – 7802718
- Universitas Paramadina Jakarta
Address: Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav. 97 Mampang, Jakarta
Telp: +62-21 -7918 -1188
- Universitas Sahid
Address: Jalan Profesor Doktor Supomo 84 Jakarta
Telp: +62-21 831 281315
Fax: +62-21 385473
- Institut Teknologi Indonesia
Address: Jl. Raya Puspitek, Serpong, Tangerang
Telp: (62) 021 7561102
Fax: (62) 021 7561102
- Universitas Pakuan Bogor
Address: Jl. Pakuan PO Box 452 Bogor Jawa Barat
Telp: 62-251- 8312206, 62-251-8380137
Fax: 62-251- 356927