International Exchanges – Indonesia

Open to Pitzer students only. Program options subject to change.

Program Title: ISEP Exchange with BINUS University

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

Host Website: ISEP: Binus University

Students must be in good standing at Pitzer College and have a minimum 2.75 GPA. Preference will be given to juniors and first semester seniors but sophomores are eligible if space is available.

At least one area studies course on South East Asian history, politics, literature, religious studies, or international relations is required. Additional recommended preparation: Language, Culture and Society; Intercultural Communications; Introduction to International/ Intercultural Studies; Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

Pitzer College Study Abroad Application, ISEP Application and University forms

Program Dates
Fall semester: September to February
Spring semester: February to July
Academic year: September to July

Required Courses
Participants are expected to take one course while abroad that includes content on Indonesian history, politics, literature or culture, and the Pitzer Sakai course Intercultural Learning: Portfolio Writing.

Intensive Language
Not available

Independent Study
See a Study Abroad Adviser

Course Options
Courses taught in English
BINUS International: Computer Science, Information Systems, Design, New Media, Graphic Design, Fashion Management, Fashion Design, Media & Communication, Communication, Film, Accounting and Finance, Management (International Business), Hospitality & Tourism Management, Marketing
BINUS University: Accounting, Business Management, Computer Science, Information Systems, International Business Management

Credit Possible
Students are expected to take 15-16 BINUS course credits in order to earn four course credits at Pitzer. In addition, students will earn 0.5 Pitzer course credits for the Sakai course. See above under Required Courses.

Housing and Board Options
More information will be available soon.

Advising Notes
The chance of placement is generally fair.