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Cyflwynir y tudalen hwn yn Saesneg am nad yw wedi'i gyfieithu i'r Gymraeg hyd yn hyn.

Os hoffech i’r dudalen hon gael ei chyfieithu fel mater o flaenoriaeth, anfonwch gyfeiriad y dudalen hon at web@cardiff.ac.uk

Cardiff University has been welcoming Indonesian students for many years and each year we welcome many more new students. We currently have 13 Indonesian students at Cardiff University, studying diverse subjects such as: Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies, Optometry, Banking & Finance, Computing, International Economics and PhD degrees in Journalism.

Foundation courses

If you have studied the STTB-SMA you will need at least 7 out of 10 over all with at least 7 in key subjects.

General
IETLS: 5.5 (minimum subscores: 4.0 in all areas)
iBT: 68 (Minimum subscores: Reading 04, Writing 13, Speaking 16, Listening 09)

Medicine
IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in each sub-score).
iBT 78 (Reading 18, Writing 17, Speaking 20, Listening 17)

Optometry, Psychology, Pharmacy
IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 4.0 in each sub-score).
iBT 78 (Reading 18, Writing 17, Speaking 20, Listening 17)

Undergraduate courses

If you have studied the STTB-SMA you will need at least 7 out of 10 overall in addition to a recognised one year foundation programme.

Cardiff University will also consider successful completion of year one of a relevant four year honours degree at a recognised institution in Indonesia.

Postgraduate taught courses

You will be required to have a GPA of at least 3 in the Sarjana I to qualify for Cardiff University's Postgraduate taught programmes.

Postgraduate research programmes

You will normally be required to have a GPA of at least 3 in the Sarjana II to qualify for Cardiff University's Postgraduate Research programmes.

Some courses may accept you with Sarjan I if in a relevant subject area and with a good GPA.

English language

A relevant English language qualification is also required — normally a minimum of 6.5 IELTS or TOEFL 575 (230 CBT), however, this may vary from course to course.

If you are unsure of your qualifications or entry requirements please contact the International Office.

Representatives from the International Office visit Indonesia regularly throughout the year. Details of our next visit will appear here shortly.

For further information regarding our visits please contact us at international@cardiff.ac.uk.

SUN Education Group

Head Office

Gedung Graha Kencana, Level 9 Unit A
Jl. Raya Perjuangan No.88, Kebon Jeruk
Jakarta Barat 14450 – Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 5366 0001
Fax: +62 21 5366 0012

Cardiff University is proud is be a partner university of The Indonesia-UK DIKTI Scholarship Programme. This Programme is open for lecturers at Indonesian universities and administrative staff at DIKTI and Indonesian state universities, to undertake postgraduate study at many leading universities and higher education institutions in the United Kingdom. All academic subjects are eligible for funding under the DIKTI programme.

The scheme is open to permanent and prospective faculty members at Indonesian universities and administrative staff in DIKTI or Indonesian state universities. For more information, click here.

In order to apply for the scholarship, you need apply directly to Cardiff University, through our normal application process. Often you will need to submit a detailed research proposal and provide academic references. Please inform us that you are a DIKTI scholar.

If you are interested in applying to study for a PhD at Cardiff with a DIKTI scholarship, please contact Sarah Watts (WattsSR@cardiff.ac.uk).

For more information please visit the Indonesia-UK DIKTI Scholarship Programme homepage.

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Cardiff is really a cosmopolitan city in which you can find everything you need.

Veronika Vero, Master in Business Administration

The learning approach for my course is Problem Based Learning (PBL), I had the opportunity to explore my learning areas, my learning needs and to be flexible with my daily educational activities.

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Sarah Watts
Cardiff Contact - Sarah Watts

Hi, I’m Sarah Watts and I'm the Country Manager for Indonesia. Please feel free to contact with me with any questions you might have; I'd be more than happy to help!

International

Prospectus

2013 International brochure

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