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    Latest revision as of 06:27, 14 June 2019

    Asia Exchange BIPAS
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    Founded: 2007
    University: Udayana
    Website: Asia Exchange BIPAS
    Founder: Tuomas Kauppinen, Harri Suominen
    Bachelor/Master: Bachelor/Master
    Course of Studies: Business and Culture
    Semester Start: February, September
    ECTS: 30
    Study Fees: 1.990,00 €

    The BIPAS program (Bali International Program on Asian Studies) provided by Asia Exchange includes courses in business, economics, law, tourism, culture and languages. Everyone is welcome to apply for the program. Students also take part in workshops and excursions to local businesses and cultural institutions. Udayana University is responsible for the teaching and the transcript of records. BIPAS is worth 25-35 ECTS. BIPAS program offers 9 undergraduate/bachelor courses and 3 graduate/master courses.

    Semesters last 4 months. The autumn semester runs from September to December and the spring semester from January to May. The semester starts with a traditional Balinese welcome ceremony and orientation where also Asia Exchange is present. The orientation week ends in an Ice Breaking Party.

    The study program consists of the 13 courses mentioned below, of which you are expected to choose between 5-7. You can use the syllabi when making a study plan to present to your possible home institution.

    One completed course is worth 5 ETCS credits (or 3 US credit points).

    The program introduces the students to economics, business, trade, culture, language, and tourism with Asia as the central region. The students will also be able to interact with locals and fellow international students. The course lecturers are experienced and have international backgrounds.

    In addition to the above-mentioned courses, Udayana University offers other courses to international students. However, the teaching language for these courses is typically Bahasa Indonesia and the courses are held by different faculties for a separate fee. You can ask about taking additional courses after arriving in Indonesia, because it’s easier to make arrangements face-to-face.

    Students can volunteer in Seeds of Hope -children's home which Asia Exchange supports through its charity activities. AE makes a donation every semester based on the number of students taking part in the BIPAS program.


    • Indonesian Language
    • Economy and Business of South East Asia
    • Comparative Regional Studies in Indonesia 
    • International Tourism Management
    • Business Law and Legal Tradition on Trade and Investment
    • International Entrepreneurship
    • International Business
    • Global Marketing
    • Cross-Cultural Communication
    • Globalization and Social Change

    These Master level courses can also be taken by Bachelor level students.

    • International Relations and Communication
    • Environmental Management and Sustainability
    • Managing Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies



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