As one of Indonesia’s leading teaching and research universities, we offer both undergraduate degrees as well as a range of postgraduate degrees.
At Udayana University, we are committed to providing you with a mixture of excellence academic education, enjoyable education experience, social interaction and engagement with local and wider community. We have an ambitious vision towards a world class university through our distinctive ability to integrate education and research. The Udayana University continous to rise its national rangkings by listed within the top 15 universities in 2007, confirmed our position a step closer to our ambition.

During the current academic year there are over 18000 students attached to 12 undergraduate and 12 postgraduate degree programs.
Since we believe that the creation of multicultural learning environment is essential to achieving our goals, started from 2000 the university had welcomed international students. By 2007, there were total about 2320 international student that showing 10 different nationalities.
Udayana University acknowledge as having the top research performances in biotechnology, medical sciences, also rated highly in social science and tourism studies. The university regularly achieves Indonesian top awards for individual teachers.
As part of our responsibilities, Udayana University is fully engaged in communities and work closely with many professions, schools, government and industries. It is aimed to influences our societies at local, national, regional and international levels.
I encourage you to explore our website and see our commitment to deliver the highest educational standards in all we do.


Udayana University was established by the Act of Minister of Higher Education Republic of Indonesia No.104/1962, on 9th of Agustus 1962. It was after being an initial period as part of Airlangga University since 29 September 1958. So that making it the first university to be established in Bali Province. With 4 courses in 1962, Udayana University has developed a wide range of courses in Arts and Literatures, Medical Sciences, Law, Economy, Engineering, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Veterinary Sciences, Agricultural Technology, Public Health, and Tourism Studies.

Udayana University has grown rapidly in number of students. By 2008, Udayana University had enrolled more than …students with …. international students from … countries.

Nias Campus

Jl. Nias was the original campus of Udayana University which was established in 1958. The most opulent of this campus is the fabulous statue of Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, a monument to love science and technology. It is now home for Faculty of Letters and and Postgraduate Programs (Master and Doctorate) of Cultural Studies.

Sudirman Campus

Sudirman campus is in the heart of Denpasar, located within easy distance of major sights of the city. It is home for Postgraduate Programs and Medical Sciences Faculty.

The early days of the campus saw field of Palm trees planted along the front corridor, so that making the campus known as “Campus of Palm” or in Bahasa called “Kampus Palma”.

The campus has grown in number and facilities. This includes GDLN, an information and communication technology facilities to assist with our work and strengthen the connections with. which allows all university member to access distance tutorial and conference

Bukit Jimbaran Campus

Built in 1986, this is relatively a new campus, and is now the largest of Udayana’s three campuses. It is designed like a town. Facilities include health clinic, university library, sport centre, post office, guesthouse and university housing. While, International hospital, shopping centre, lake and leisure facilities are being made available soon.

The campus is within easy reach from Ngurah Rai International Airport and major tourism sites of Kuta and Nusa Dua.

Vission and Mission

Udayana University seeks to be a leading university whose graduates reflect highly potential, the best amongst their generation; moved further towards self-reliance; and will remains be fully engaged with our local indigenous knowledge and practices.

Udayana University’s statement of purpose / strategies

Udayana University seeks :

1. to be recognised as being excellence in education whose graduate has moral and integrity above reproach
2. to be recognised as being excellence in research and committed to serve the communities, embracing themes and problems of the nation at our time
3. to be one of the best university which strives to create, advance and disseminate knowledge on science and technological basis and committed to continously demonstrate our value.

Udayana University’s Aims :

1. to develop outstanding graduate of international standing who possess a high competency in science and technology
2. to develop number and quality of research on science and technological basis in which relevant to the major issues of our times.
3. to employ qualified and self-reliance tertiary institution. To achieve this, we will foster a trusted and transparent management, democratic and equipped university member with enterpreneurship spirit to accomplish our goal.
4. to develop engagement and cooperation between our campus and the various institutions and communities we serve.
5. to integrate the development of institutions professionalism, competitiveness and sustainable environment to ensure the university existence.

Fact Of Bali

Size of The Island

5632 square kilometers.


3 millions

Time Zone

Greenwich Meantime plus 8 hours. In Indonesia it is called Central Indonesia Time (WITA)


Bali’s economy is basically based on agriculture; rice is the most important crop. Other major agricultural crops are vanilla, copra, clove, corn, and tropical fruits, such as mango, orange, banana, and zalakka fruit.

Cost of living

The cost of living in Bali varies depending on in which area you live and what kind of lifestyle you maintain. It is projected that students need a minimum of Rp.2,500,000 per month to cover housing, transport, food and clothes.


There are several types of accommodation available for students. These include on-campus accommodation, independent accommodations (housing and flat) and guesthouses. On-campus accommodation provides shared facilities and gives an opportunity for students to live closely with others. Independent accommodation allows freedom for the students. Students have found that shared accommodation is the cheapest way of living. Most students cannot afford to rent on their own so they choose to share with two or more others. Guesthouses are designed for short-term stays.

Travel and transport

Bali has an international airport, Ngurah Rai Airport, which is located about 20 minutes drive to the south of Denpasar or 10 minutes from Bukit Jimbaran Campus. Maintaining a car can be expensive; therefore many students rely on motorcycles or public transport systems. A basic used motorcycle can be purchased around Rp. 7 – 9 millions or a rented motorcycle at around Rp. 50.000 – 100.000 per day.


Average temperature varies between 22 and 33 degrees Celsius. The dry season comes between May and August, whereas the wet season comes between September and April.

Executive Team

Prof. Dr. dr. I Made Bakta, Sp.PD (KHOM)
President [personal Website]

Prof. Dr. I Komang Gde Bendesa, M.A.D.E.
Vice President for Academic Affairs

dr. I Nyoman Arcana, Sp.Biok
Vice Presidents for Finance and General Affairs

Prof. Dr. Ir. I Gede Putu Wirawan, MSc
Vice Presidents for Students Affairs

Prof. Drs. I Made Suastra, Ph.D
Vice President for Cooperation and Information Affairs

International Collaborations




Asia Pacific Japan Hokkaido University,

Tohoku University

Tokyo University

Nagoya University

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Sinshu University

Ibaraki University

Tokyo University of Agriculture

Kobe Gakuin University,

JAXA (Japan Aero Space Exploration Agency)

Hyogo International Accosiation (HIA)

Hyogo University Mobility in Asia Pacific (HUMAP)

Kyowa Concrete Co.Ltd.

Wako University

Chiba University

Kanazawa University

Yamaguchi University

Waseda University, Japan

The International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan

Universitas Nanzan, Nagoya, Jepang


Kyushu University

JICA, Japan

Japan Foundation

Korea Kang Wong University,

Kyung Hee University

Kassel University

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Youngsan University

China Fujian Teacher University

Taiwan Taichung Healthcare and Management University

Taitung University

Thailand Prince of Songkla University

Kasetsart University

Malaysia Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

Universiti Utara Malaysia

Nugrahan SDN, BHD

Maxpro Traders (M) SDN BHD

Inter Bankers Centre Higkers Studies

University of Malaya

Timor Leste Ministry of Health

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Seamolec Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Open Learning Center

Seacorm, Asia Office, Jakarta Center for Ocean Research and Monitoring

Republic of Peru National Agrarian University La Molina

Vietnam Hanoi Agricultural University

The Government of India
USA USA University of San Fransisco, School of Law

Boston University, School of Medicine and Public Health

University of Hawaii

Bali ICT Infrastructure Alliance, Texas A&M University, Kampungcyber COM
EUROPE Netherland Institute of Social and Cultural Studies, Leiden University Branch of The National Herbarium of The Netherland

Tilburg University

The Amsterdam School of Business

The Hanzehogeschool Groningen

Consortium of Eastern-Indonesia Universities &

The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science of The Netherlands

Germany Constance University of Applied Sciences


Flensburg University

Fachhochschule, Konstanz

Georg-Simon-Ohm-Fachhochschule, Nuernberg

Hochschule Bremen, University of Applied Science, The School of International Business

England Stratchclyde University, Glasgow

Department of Biological Sciences, Salford University

Italy University of Trieste

Università Degli Studi di Roma La Sapeienza

Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

Italian Institute of Culture, Jakarta

Finland Satakunta Polytechnic

France The Embassy of France
AFRICA Africa The Embassy of South Africa
The University of New England

The University of Newcastle

Curtin University of Technology

University of Griffith

University of Murdoch

University of Technology Sydney

University of Wollongong

University of La Trobe

University of Macquarie

Northern Territory University

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

Curtin University of Technology

Queensland University

Contact / Address

Universitas Udayana
Kampus Bukit Jimbaran
Telp. +62 (361) 701954, 704845
Fax: +62 (361) 701907
email : info[at]unud.ac.id

Telephone Directory

  1. Direct Telephone UNUD Denpasar
  2. Direct Telephone UNUD Jimbaran
  3. UNUD Local Telephone


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