- Is it possible to study with family?
Studying abroad is an attractive option for many students, including spouses and children. However, suppose you would like to choose this option. In that case, you must make many additional preparations, as going abroad with spouses and children requires a great deal of organization, financial guarantee, and forward planning because your family will be your responsibility. The most crucial thing that you need to prepare before your arrival is the permits for your spouses and children. Please consult about this with the International Office for further details.
- What is necessary for travel preparation?
All international students will be responsible and self-fund their travel costs in the first month, including ticket and travel insurance. Upon arrival in the Covid-19 situation, quarantine in a specific period in Jakarta should be arranged by international students. Office of International Affairs provides information on hotels based on the official list from the Indonesian Government for quarantine.
- How can I take a semester leave?
Taking a semester leave will allow you to take a break from your studies. You may apply to take the semester leave after 1 year of the study by filling in the form provided in Academic Services – academic.uii.ac.id (subject to approval).
- How to propose the study withdrawal?
You can propose a study withdrawal in UII in certain circumstances by filling in the study withdrawal form available on Academic Services website – academic.uii.ac.id signed and approved by the Dean of the faculty.
- How can I change my study program?
Changing your study program is allowed for undergraduate students after your first year of study by submitting the study change request letter and explaining your specific reasons addressed to the Rector of UII and approved by the Dean of the faculty. Students will start the new study program from the first semester. FGLS holders changing the study program, the duration of the scholarship will be counted since the acceptance of study at UII so that there will be no extension. For the master and doctoral program, please contact your study program regarding this issue.
- How can I get the FGLS scholarship to study for my master’s and doctoral programs at UII?
UII offers Future Global Leaders Scholarships (FGLS) partnership scheme with the Yemeni Embassy for 6 Yemeni who wish to enrol in Bachelor, Master, or Doctorate programs at UII. This FGLS needs a recommendation letter from the Yemeni Embassy for any Yemeni to apply at UII. For further information about the Future Global Leaders Scholarship, please go to uii.ac.id/scholarships
- Will UII provide health insurance?
The health insurance for the international students is limited to UII FGLS holders and KNB Scholarship awardees (terms and conditions applied). The health insurance can be used in hospitals or clinics partners of Avrist Assurance Company Indonesia.
- How can I get accommodation at the university?
UII has had no students’ dormitory recently. There are many accommodation facilities available around the UII campus. Students can choose to rent a room (kost) or a rented house with several rooms shared with a few friends. Off-campus accommodation fees vary depending on location and amenities provided. To get more information about off-campus accommodations, students can contact [email protected]. For further information, please go to uii.ac.id/en/life-in-yogyakarta
- Which languages are used in undergraduate programs in the university?
English is the language of instruction when you study at all courses at UII. Especially in the International Program, your English proficiency must meet the requirement equivalent to a TOEFL score of 500 or an IELTS score of 5 or Duolingo 75-80 or other certificates equal to B1 level.
Bahasa Indonesia is the language instruction when studying at a regular study program at UII. It is obligatory to take the Indonesian Language for Foreigner or Bahasa Indonesia untuk Penutur Asing (BIPA) course in Centre for International Language and Cultural Studies (CILACS) UII or in the home country provided by the Embassy of Republic Indonesia. Your Bahasa Indonesia proficiency is recommended to meet a minimum requirement equivalent to level 4 (Madya; a score of 482 or above) of the Test of Indonesian Language Proficiency or Uji Kemahiran Bahasa Indonesia (UKBI). You may find the information of UKBI in the Embassy or Consulate of Republic Indonesia in your home country.
Arabic is the language of instruction when you study at Ahwal Al-syakhshiyah study program (International Program).
- Which languages are used in master and doctoral programs in the university?
Bahasa Indonesia is the language instruction when studying at master and doctoral programs at UII. It is obligatory to take the Indonesian Language for Foreigner or Bahasa Indonesia untuk Penutur Asing (BIPA) course in Centre for International Language and Cultural Studies (CILACS) UII or in the home country provided by the Embassy of Republic Indonesia for at least one year prior the study. Your Bahasa Indonesia proficiency is recommended to meet a minimum requirement equivalent to level 4 (Madya; a score of 482 or above) of the Test of Indonesian Language Proficiency or Uji Kemahiran Bahasa Indonesia (UKBI). You may find the information of UKBI in the Embassy or Consulate of Republic Indonesia in your home country.
- How can I participate in language preparation?
UII offers a one-year Bahasa Indonesia untuk Penutur Asing (BIPA) or Indonesian Language for Foreigners at UII Centre for International Language and Cultural Studies (CILACS) for all UII international students who will study in master and doctoral programs. The duration varies depending on the students’ Indonesian language competency.
For further information about BIPA, please kindly access cilacs.uii.ac.id/bipa
- Will the course be online or offline in the next semester?
All courses in even semester 2022 will be conducted both online and offline. It depends on the study programs. Some courses can be online, and others can be offline for one student who takes the courses this semester. Most courses for new students will be conducted offline. However, university regulation will change upon adjusting the Government policy due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Everyday at Universitas Islam Indonesia, you will find an extensive study space to deepen your knowledge, develop your skills, and fostering new ideas. Gain a full learning experience while studying at UII. You may also choose various degree programs at UII which taught entirely in Bahasa Indonesia, or a specific degree offered at the International Program.
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INDONESIAN LANGUAGE SKILLS
If you are interest to study in regular program, you must have a fluent communication skills using Bahasa Indonesia, both oral and written. UII provides Bahasa Indonesia untuk Penutur Asing (BIPA) program to help you learn Indonesian language before starting your first semester.
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If you have any questions or difficulties in preparing the required documents to meet the entry requirements, please contact our staff at the Office of International Affairs by email: [email protected].
We will guide you through the admission process.