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Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page, here you will find answers to some of the most common questions that students have about studying at our campus. Whether you are interested in our academic programmes, facilities, scholarships and student life, we hope you will find the information you need here. If you have a question that is not answered on this page, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.


How are the classes delivered?

You will have face-to-face lectures and tutorials or workshops every week. For some modules, you will also have study sessions in the computer labs. You will be expected to prepare for your weekly classes by accessing the module material on the course digital learning site.

Are the lecturers from Deakin University or Lancaster University?

The lecturers are hired locally and internationally and meet the same standards as the staff at the home campuses.

How many students are there in each class?

This depends on the course, and the courses will include lectures, tutorials in small groups and labs.

How long does it take to complete the dual bachelor degree?

You can finish the dual undergraduate course in three years.

On graduation, is the Deakin bachelor and Lancaster bachelor degree I receive equivalent to a Sarjana degree?

Yes, our courses has obtained ministry approval by passing an equivalency test that confirms that all dual bachelor degrees offered at the Bandung campus are equal to a Sarjana degree from a local Indonesian university.

Can I study or transfer abroad?

Yes, you can choose to study a semester at Deakin in Australia, and/or Lancaster in the UK. We will consider transfer applications, but you can only get a dual degree if you study at the Bandung Campus. If you transfer, you will only get one degree.

Is it possible for students to study in Bandung for two or three years and then move to Deakin or Lancaster main campus for the last year?

We usually suggest that students do Study Abroad in the second-last year (year 2 of the dual degree). You can spend one semester at Lancaster and another semester at Deakin.

What is the Foundation Program and is it a recognised qualification?

The Foundation Studies Program is a preparatory year for students who require additional academic preparation before entering a full degree program at university. It is structured to bridge the gap between their current qualifications and the requirements for their chosen degree. For more information on the structure of the Foundation Studies Program visit Foundation Page

On successful completion of the Deakin University Lancaster University Foundation Studies Program students will receive a Statement of Attainment which will allow them to seamlessly transition into one of our dual degrees.

The Deakin University Lancaster University Indonesia Foundation Studies Program is not a degree-level qualification, it is a pathway program; hence, at the discretion of an institution, it may be recognised as such by other higher education institutions.


Can I apply directly to study at the campus?

Yes, you can apply directly by clicking the Apply Now

I have finished high school in year 12, why do I need to take Foundation?

To join the dual bachelor degree programme, you need to have an IB or A-Levels certificate if you are from Indonesia. If you don’t have these certificates, you need to take a Foundation Studies programme that will help you improve your academic skills and English language skills for the dual degree programme. The entry requirements are designed to make sure that you are ready for the challenging dual degree programme from highly ranked universities and that you meet the standards of both home campuses.

How much do the courses cost at Deakin Lancaster Indonesia?

You can find the tuition fees for the Business and Information Technology course on the respective Course pages

How can I become a contracted education agent?

Go to Navitas website to find out how to become a contracted agent.


Where is the campus located?

The campus is in Bandung West Java. We will announce the exact location soon!

What kind of facilities do you have for students on campus?

The campus building has spaces for studying and socialising, a library and computer labs for general use. There is also an outdoor area for social activities. Near the campus, you can find medical and dental clinics, a Mosque, cafes, restaurants, ATMs and other services. Bandung is a city that welcomes students and has a large student community, so you can enjoy many student-friendly amenities.

Student service

Do you help with finding accommodation?

We will cooperate with local accommodation providers to help you find a suitable place to stay.

What other services can help me find a job after graduation?

We will help you develop your skills for getting a job (e.g. writing a resume, creating a personal brand and profile). We will also connect you with local employers, businesses and companies that have job opportunities for graduates.

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