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ISEP Direct - BINUS University
Jakarta, Indonesia (Outgoing Program)
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|Minimum GPA:||2.75||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Housing:||residence halls||Current Class Standing:||Graduate, Junior, Senior, Sophomore|
|Area of Study:||Accounting, Business Administration-Finance, Business Administration-General, Business Administration-International Business, Business Administration-Management, Business Administration-Marketing, Communication, Computer Science, Economics, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts-Visual Arts||Program Category:||Approved|
Program SnapshotAs a leading university in Indonesia with over 30 years of educational experience and impact, BINUS UNIVERSITY is proud to be at the forefront of the rapidly transforming higher education landscape of this resilient economy and democracy. Courses in Business, Communication/Film, Computer Science/Information Systems, Hospitality/Tourism, Fashion Design/Management, and Graphic Design are taught entirely in English.
LocationJakarta is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Indonesia and the twelfth-largest city in the world. The metropolitan area, Jabodetabek, is now the second largest in the world and home to over 10 million people, as well as skyscrapers, single story residential houses, modern apartment complexes and survivalists’ shanties—all coexist in this city. As the country’s economic, cultural and political center, Jakarta is always bustling. The city is also the seat of the ASEAN Secretariat.
Jakarta has its own special Betawi culture, although the city has been influenced by various other cultures that have reached its shores over the centuries. The region hosts a range of breathtaking natural and man-made wonders and Jakarta is a gastronomic paradise for gourmets, with international and local cuisines galore. Shopping in Jakarta is colorful and varied, as options range from street markets and independent enterprises to high-end shopping towns catering to those interested in luxury goods. The variety is astounding.
PROGRAM TYPEISEP Exchange: undergraduate program available for an academic year or semester
ISEP Direct: undergraduate program available for an academic year or semester
ISEP-Exchange for International students.
ISEP-Exchange for US students.
ISEP-Direct site for students from all member institutions.
Program DatesAcademic year: September to July
Semester 1: September to February
Semester 2: February to July
Information about ISEP Direct fees and deadlines.
The ISEP-Direct program fee includes the benefit package for: Tuition, Housing, Meals and Insurance
ISEP-Direct Program fees:
Full Year 15-16: $20,200
Semester 1 15-16: $11,000
Semester 2 15-16: $11,000
For priority consideration, applications for the following semester should be received before February 15 and September 1 unless otherwise noted. Rolling admissions are considered for ISEP-Direct before these final application deadlines:
SM1: May 15, 2015
SM2: November 15, 2015
Jakarta, Indonesia (pop. 9,580,000)Language of instruction: English, Indonesian
Student Enrollment: 23,000
Student Enrollment: 23,000
BINUS Home Page
English Course List
ProgramsTaught in English: Accounting, Communication, Computer Science, Fashion Design, Fashion Management, Film, Graphics Design, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing
Taught in Indonesian: Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, Linguistics, Mathematics, Psychology
Academic NotesThe following fields are particularly recommended: Computer Science, Graphics Design, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing.
BINUS Business School (BBS) classes are taught by leading industry professionals in Indonesia, including top CFOs. Due to the university’s close industry ties, CEOs, industry and international speakers are often incorporated into academic programs. Unique Indonesian BBS produced case studies are used for various classes.
BINUS is also known for its top Computer Studies and Information Technology programs in Indonesia. BINUS has hosted the ACM-ICPC (Association for Computing Machinery - International Collegiate Programming Contest), allowing students to compete against students at other top international institutions. The university also hosted the first ever Google Developer’s Festival in Indonesia. Occasionally, students also have opportunities to take specialized IT certification courses by local industry partners, such as training for Cognos (Business Intelligence and Performance Management Software), owned by IBM.
The typical student takes 4-6 courses per term, equating to 12-18 hours of class time per week. Each term runs 13 weeks, with two additional weeks for midterms and two additional weeks for final exams.
Transcripts are sent to ISEP and then immediately released to the student's home institution if there are no outstanding financial obligations. Semester 1 transcripts are issued in March; Semester 2 transcripts are issued in August; Full Year transcripts are issued in August.
Language NotesLanguage Requirement: For courses taught in Indonesian, fluency is required.
REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS TAKING COURSES IN ENGLISH:
ISEP Language Proficiency Report may be substituted for official score? Yes
TOEFL: 79 iBT/ 550 PBT/ 213 CBT
Institutional TOEFL accepted? Yes
Other tests accepted: TOIEC
English as a Foreign Language courses available? No
Note: The host institution ultimately determines your proficiency level and course eligibility.
Hints for Researching Courses
From the main website (http://binus.ac.id), choose Programs. Select and explore the field you are interested in to view a list of courses typically offered.
From http://curriculum.binus.ac.id: select and explore the field you are interested in to view a list of courses typically offered.
From http://io.binus.ac.id, choose International Students | Programs and Admissions |Academic Information, then choose Undergraduate or Graduate. Scroll down to section "Courses Offered" and download the course list.
Housing and MealsISEP Direct students receive single rooms. Married student housing is NOT available. BINUS Square is located separately from the different campuses, but transportation services are provided. For more information on housing at BINUS see http://www.binus.ac.id/binussquare/. Students receive a monthly cash stipend which can be used to prepare meals and/or purchase meals in the cafeteria and restaurants on campus. Given Jakarta’s large Muslim student population, BINUS can usually accommodate students with dietary restrictions.
ESTIMTED PERSONAL EXPENSES
You are responsible for all of your personal expenses including: fees not required of all participants (e.g. computer, language, science lab fees), books, local transportation, entertainment, etc. The amount below is provided as a guide; the actual amount needed will vary depending on courses and personal habits. Your personal expenses per month, including books, are estimated at: USD$200-300.
OrientationBINUS provides an orientation upon arrival that includes an introduction to the university and Jakarta, as well as practical information about campus life, course registration, student ID cards, immigration regulations, and more.
ARRIVAL INFORMATION Airport pickup is offered. Please contact the ISEP Coordinator at BINUS for more information.
Student ActivitiesBINUS has various student department associations and activity clubs which welcome international students. There are more than 30 student activity clubs in various fields (language, interests, hobbies, sport, media and spirituality). BINUS also offers a Buddy program for incoming international students. Local students are selected to be an iBuddy (international buddy) to support international students and help them adapt to both the academic and non academic environments. There are several special events including the Regional Youth Leadership Conference (RYLC), the International Photo Competition (IPC), and the BINUS International Debating Championship (BIND). Excursions/day trips in relation with cultural activities or industry visits are also offered for an additional fee (e.g. transportation, entrance ticket, accommodation – if it includes an overnight stay).
Community Engagement (Internships, Service-Learning, Volunteering, etc.)There are limited internship opportunities for international students. Depending on schedule and availability, internships with local industry partners may provide an allowance but students will not receive a salary. Usually these are not credit-bearing, except for Hospitality students who are placed in course-related internships. Students can participate as volunteers in the “Teach for Indonesia (TFI)” program. Volunteers will participate in various education-related activities, such as computer and language training for school teachers, education for children at an orphanage, or psychology therapy for victims of disaster. Also, from time to time, the university’s links with NGOs give students the opportunity to serve in their community service activities, such as translators for neighborhood medical projects.
ProfileAs a leading university in Indonesia with over 30 years of educational experience and impact, and a student body of over 23,000, BINUS University is proud to be at the forefront of the rapidly transforming higher education landscape of the fourth most populous country in the world.
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