The Jakarta Campus is located in central Jakarta. It is not on a Deakin University campus like the Australian campuses, however students still have access to excellent facilities, boasting bright modern classrooms and excellent facilities with access to cafés, restaurants, mini market and ATMs in the building.
For more information, visit the Deakin College Jakarta website.
The Deakin College Jakarta Campus Foundation Year follows the same syllabus and curriculum as the Deakin College Foundation Program, with only minor differences in the sequence of trimester units. Diplomas in Commerce, Communication, Design and IT are also offered.
Foundation Program – AUD$13,00
Diploma of Commerce – AUD$14,500
Diploma of Communication – AUD$14,500
Diploma of Design – AUD$14,500
Diploma of Information Technology – AUD$14,500
The most common student accommodation in Indonesia is renting a room in a house. Called a ‘Kost’, accommodations are usually fully equipped with a communal kitchen and living spaces. Campus staff can help to organise your accommodation.
Facilities and Amenities Fee
A one-time fee of AUD$600 (2019) is payable in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) for new students. The fee offsets some of the costs associated with providing the following:
- water dispenser
- student committee meeting food and beverage
- in-class photocopies
- student internal trimester activities/events
- unlimited Internet access on all PCs
- student external activities/events
- unlimited Internet Wi-Fi
- orientation expenses, e.g F&B
- sport activities: basketball, futsal, etc.
- student lounge: rental, service, charge, electricity
- academic workshops tutor
- table tennis, football, satellite television
- academic workshops food and beverage
During online learning, the Facilities and Amenities fee will be waived.
Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, is located on the northwest of Java Island. It is a dynamic and vibrant city, home to over 10 million people from around the world. As the industrial, economic and travel hub of the country, Jakarta is a mixture of languages and contrasting cultures, marrying a rich history together with modern living. Students can enjoy exploring the city’s tourist attractions, shopping malls and famous street food.
Cost of Living
Living costs for Jakarta are approximately AUD$7,000–AUD$10,000 per year.
Fees are correct as of October 2020