Joint ISU Indonesia, UGM
The UGM-WU Joint ISU Indonesia is a three-week program which takes place in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in cooperation with the University of Gadjah Mada (UGM). The UGM is not only Indonesia's oldest and largest University, but also ranks among the country's best business schools.
The information is subject to change!
Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Duration: 3 weeks
Program dates: in July/August; TBA
Scheduled travel days: TBA
Participants: max. 20 WU-students and students from UGM
Recognition: The Joint ISU Indonesia can be recognized as 2 regular courses at WU worth 8 ECTS credits, given that the courses were completed successfully. Course transfer options can be found in the ISU Indonesia 2019 Fact Sheet. (updates will follow for 2020)
IBW International experience: The ECTS credits earned at the Joint ISU Indonesia can be confirmed as part of "IBW International experience" (IBW-Auslandserfahrung) in the international business administration major (IBW) if courses are completed successfully.
ISU Indonesia 2019
Universitas Gadjah Mada
The Joint ISU Indonesia's academic program is held in English:
Course Topic: TBA
Teaching methods: lectures, discussions, case studies, project work in international groups, in-class group presentations, guest lectures
Lecturers WU: TBA
Lecturers UGM: TBA
Course Outline / Schedule: see Course Outline Joint ISU Indonesia 2019
The program fee for Joint ISU Indonesia 2020 is € 1230.
This fee includes:
Course fee (lectures) and course material
WU Coordination prior to and during the program
Accommodation* (hotel) including breakfast
Coffee breaks and lunches at UGM on lecture days
Opening Reception and Closing Reception
International Cultural Evening
Foreign travel health insurance
This fee does not include: flights and transfers, visa fees, vaccinations (if needed), additional meals on lecture and non-lecture days and additional expenses on site.
*All participants will stay at the accommodation organized by WU.
The Joint ISU Indonesia will most likely be supported by ASEA Uninet: http://www.asea-uninet.org/
All information may be subject to change. Updated October 2019.