- Study Abroad
Easy to learn
1Indonesian is easy to learn. Within a month of beginning the program, you will find that you are already able to have some simple conversations in Indonesian as well as to write short compositions using the language with no complicating factors or memorisation nightmares.
2Indonesia is a country rich in cultural diversity with hundreds of different ethnic groups. Each group has its own unique traditions and arts, making Indonesia a country of interest to students of anthropology, ethnomusicology, theater, and art.
DIVERSE in Religion
3 Indonesia has the largest Moslem population of any country in the world. At the same time, it is a country that is diverse in religion. World religions include Hindu, Buddhist, Catholic and Protestant. Kaharingan, the religion of the Dayak peoples of Kalimantan has gained official recognition as a religion.
4 Indonesia is a developing nation rich in natural and human resources and promising economic potential, making it a country of interest to economists, geographers, international businessmen and women, and development workers.