|University:||Udayana, Campus Jimbaran|
|Founder:||Dipl.-Kfm. Marko Ilic, Jan-Hendrik Voth|
|Bachelor/Master:||Bachelor, Master, Internship|
|Course of Studies:||Management, Logistics, Tourism|
|Semester Start:||April, September|
|Study Fees:||1.849,00 €|
Philosophy of GoBali
Bringing together students from all over the world during a one-semester Study Abroad Program in the state-run University of Bali is the aim of GoBali. Being initiated by former students, the philosophy is to ensure that international academic standards are met. Participating in the GoBali Program means being surrounded by a student community with similar interests. The perfect balance between study time and spare time in combination with affordable semester payments as well as low costs of living will exceed all expectations and make your stay an unforgettable experience.
The structure of the GoBali program is simple and clear. It is divided into three parts. You must attend at least three and a maximum of seven courses.
Basic Subjects – The basic subjects are the same for all students. The Indonesian language is mandatory for all students. One of the two other basic subjects may be dropped if not needed.
- Indonesian Language (5 ECTS)
- Asian Economies (5 ECTS)
- Money Management (5 ECTS)
Concentrations – One of the concentrations must be selected mandatory. Subject selection out of different concentrations is not possible. A maximum of two of the three subjects can be dropped.
|Leadership (5 ECTS)||Supply Chain Management (5 ECTS)||Tourism Products (5 ECTS)|
|Entrepreneurship (5 ECTS)||Logistics Controlling (5 ECTS)||Tourism Marketing and Sales (5 ECTS)|
|Cross Culture Competence Management (5 ECTS)||Instruments for Logistics (5 ECTS)||Sustainability and Tourism (5 ECTS)|
Marketing (from SS 2016)
Projects (5 ECTS)
The GoBali projects offer students the great opportunity to develop their own business idea and later possibly realize it. The business idea must be related to the current environment of the students, which is Bali. Bali as a booming region in Indonesia offers students numerous opportunities for promising ideas. The idea may come from project partners, professors or students themselves.
Students work in small groups to develop a holistic business concept from their idea. A business concept consists of complex and interdisciplinary tasks that are to be processed results-oriented and self-responsibly from the students during the semester. Methodologies in the areas of project management and management science have to be learned and applied. In weekly meetings the students have to present their progress and can get feedback from their supervisor. At the final presentation the students have to present their concept and business plan in order to convince the audience of their idea. Project work can help students develop a host of skills that are increasingly important in the professional world. Positive group experiences, moreover, have been shown to contribute to learning, retention and overall university success.
Grading System / ECTS
The accreditation of courses completed with GoBali is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), facilitating the recognition of study periods abroad. Students can build up their own credit portfolio. ECTS grants that the accomplishments of students at colleges and universities are comparable and transferable. In the GoBali program, 35 ECTS credit points can be earned at most. Accreditation issues should be considered and talked over with your home university well before going abroad.
Recently, GoBali has added a postgraduate/Masters program in addition to their existing Bachelor program. The GoBali postgraduate program is open to enrolled postgraduate students or graduated professionals who like to advance their career. A first level university degree is required for admissions. Courses and further information can be seen here: https://www.gobali.org/study-programs/postgraduate-program/
Additionally, a 4 week all inclusive summer course is open to any interested student, whether high school graduates, gap year students or enrolled students at a university. Previous knowledge is not necessary. Further information can be found here: https://www.gobali.org/study-programs/summer-course/