Indonesian Students have to seek admission to the medical universities in Indonesia through competitive exams. But there is no competitive Exams for international students. The universities do not charge any capitation fees nor is any donation required to be paid. The cost of study is also reasonable and affordable, compared to the cost of study in private medical colleges in India.

Many universities in Indonesia offer courses in Medicine through English Medium International students are taught in batches consisting of few students. The teaching faculty consist of dedicated and specialized staff many of whom are doctorate degree holders.

The curriculum is advanced and very well structured, on par with any western country. Academic progress of the students are regularly monitored by the staff members. There are two semesters each year September to January and February to June.

Indonesian medical university degrees are recognized worldwide Many universities of Indonesia are listed in the “World directory of medical schools, published by WHO”.