How to Get a Student Visit Visa for Indonesia

Indonesia Student Visit Visa

Indonesia Student Visit Visa

Interested in studying in Indonesia?  Follow the steps for the Indonesia Student Visa below.

Get accepted into university

Get accepted and admitted to an Indonesian Institution/University.

Find your consulate

If you’re outside of the U.S., go to this site here.

If you’re inside the U.S, you can find your “jurisdiction” based on the State you live in here.

Translate website

In many cases, the website that you find will be in the local Indonesian language. You will need to click a button (normally on the top right of the page) to translate the website to English.

Find the visa pages

Find a link somewhere on the page that says something like “Consular and Visas” or “Visas” or “Consulate Section.”

Find the student visa link

Find the link to “Student Visa” or “Social and Cultural Visit Visa” to determine the required documents the Consulate requires to process your application.

I advise you to go to the site for the Embassy of Indonesia in the United Kingdom which has a great list of the documents and specifics required for the student visa.

Submit Materials

Submit the required information (and fees) that you gathered in Step 4 to the consulate.

Receive your visa

Congratulations! After a period of waiting, the Indonesian Consulate/Embassy will give to you your brand new Indonesia visa.

Vaccination information

Don’t get sick! Check vaccination requirements here at the CDC.

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