Call for participants is now open, see you this summer!

If you are looking for short, intensive, high-quality courses, an unique Balinese culture, and an inspiring international community; check out our courses here and spend your summer in the smart way!

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About International Virtual Summer School 2021

T he Undiksha IVSS (International Virtual Summer School) 2021 will be held on 26-30 July 2021 consisting of general lectures and specific lectures with the theme: Education, Community Empowerment, and Microeconomics in a Post COVID-19 World. This activity will be open to undergraduate students, graduates, and working professionals. This program will involve 71 speakers (both lecturers and practitioners) from 8 different countries.

Courses taught during the Summer School are based on the regular undergraduate courses and taught to the same standards by leading UNDIKSHA faculty. Lecturers are experts in their chosen fields and committed to teaching with academic rigor and contemporary relevance. Our faculty are actively involved in academic research and many act as advisers and consultants to companies and Government bodies. We are delighted to present an exciting range of courses across the wide spectrum of world-class teaching expertise.

For summer 2021, all of our courses will be offered in the online learning modes. Students must take 32 hours of the learning process which include 4 general courses (12 hours of the learning process) and 8 specific courses (20 hours of the learning process). Participants must attend all the general courses. As for the specific course, the participants should only choose one track (which preferably matches the origin of their faculty).

Mix with students from all over the world

At Undiksha IVSS you will be given the chance to interact with students from a diverse range of backgrounds and cultures. You will benefit from a variety of insights and opinions, and form friendships and networks that span the globe.

Gain credit towards your degree

Institutions all over the world grant credit for Summer School courses. Our courses are awarded 2 credits which equal to 2 SKS in Indonesian Credit System or 4 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). We will provide an academic transcript and certificate at the end of the program for the students who have completed it. For details, speak to your Study Abroad advisor at your home institution, as they will decide if credit is awarded, and how many credits will be awarded.

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Engineering and Vocational Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Engineering and Vocational has a vision to developing knowledge and technology and producing teaching and non-teaching staff in engineering and vocational field. The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Engineering and Vocational organize the special lectures on the Engineering and Vocational Track. Students will enable to learn the new technologies gained from the latest world-class research. Student also will get the knowledge of the true essence of engineering and vocational field, a far-reaching and stimulating discipline that can bring significant changes to society.
Sports and Health Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Sports and Health has a vision to undertaking education and teaching in order to produce highly quality sports-related human resources. The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Sports and Health organize the special lectures on the Sport and Health track. The lectures will give knowledge how to transforming lives by improving the health and wellbeing of individuals, athletes, careers and communities.
Law and Social Sciences Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Law and Social Sciences has a vision to becoming a superior faculty that can develop science and technology related to education od sical sciences, law, library, and environment. Through this summer school programme, The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Law and Social Science organize the special lectures on the Law and Social Sciences Track. Students will get unique access to a wide breadth of courses which explore the biggest and mosy pressing issues affectic our society today. The courses are continually adapted to cover global social phenomeda and contemporary developmnetns within law and social sciences.
Languages and Arts Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Languages and Arts has been established as the center of excellence in which education and non-education of languages and arts. The Faculty prepares teachers and humanists in the fields of language, literature, and arts. The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Language and Arts organize the special lectures on the Language and Arts Track. Students study in the language and arts tracks in order to function in their communities and cultures: to appreciate, enjoy, communicate, interact, solve problems, think critically, and make informed choices that will enhance the quality of their lives.
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences has distinguished tradition to develop science and technology by exploring basic and applied sciences to support sustainable development in mathematics and natural sciences fields. The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences organize the special lectures on the Mathematics and Natural Sciences track. Students will focus on learning principles, which can use of in interdisciplinary contexts. Students also will develop the ability to synthesize information regarding the risk management, renewable energy, disaster risk management, aquaculture, and modern industry applications.
Educational Sciences Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Educational Sciences has a vision to developing knowledge and technology and producing intelligent and highly competitive teaching staff. Through this summer school programme, The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Educational Sciences organize the special lectures on the Educational Sciences Track. The tracks will provides courses allowing students to systematically acquire knowledge regarding the learning though technology, cultural heritage as one tool in online learning, resilience education, inclusive education, method of assessment to the students in the online learning, and cyber and multicultural counseling. In addition, the track also provides ample opportunity for students to apply these fundamentals to real-life online classroom situations that further enrich their education.
Economics Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Economic has a distinguished tradition of research and teaching that applies concepts and theories from the social sciences for studying the development of real economies, and understanding them in their social, political and cultural contexts. Through this summer school programme, The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Economic organizes the special lectures on the Economics Track. Students will grapple with some of the most complex economic and social challenges through a post COVID-19 world. Students also will develop the critical-thinking that will equip them for careers in a diverse range of sectors, including government, corporate, non-profit and public sectors.
Medicine Track
The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Medicine has a vision to becoming an excellent study program of Medicine in field of tourism medical science based on Philosophy of Tri Hita Karana. Through this summer school programme, The UNDIKSHA’S Faculty of Medicine organize the special lectures on the Medicine Track. Students will gain knowledge about medical practices related to tourism medical science. Students will also learn about the challenges of applying tourism medical practices in a post COVID-19 world.



Ethnoscience for Teaching and Learning

Prof. Dr. I Gusti Putu Suryadarma
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (Indonesia)

Mobility Characteristics: During and Post Covid-19

Dr. Hananto Prakoso
Transportation Attache Embassy of The Republic of Indonesia in Whashington D.C. (USA)

Coastal Community Resilience: from Disaster to Empowerment

I A P Riyastini, M.Si, M.Env.
Head of Marine Resources Surveillance Dept., The Agency of Marine Affairs and Fisheries for Bali Province (Indonesia)

Prasi Art: Meditative Lines on Palm Leaves

I Wayan Sudiarta, S.Pd., M.Si
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)


No Course

Balinese Cultural Ancient Documents Preservation

Brief Information - This lecture will bring you a deeper insight about the collection of Balinese ancient palm leaf manuscripts as well as to introduce how the technology of document image analysis can help us to make these valuable ancient manuscript becoming more accessible, readable and understandable to a wider audience, to scholars and students all over the world. You will be invited to explore a very interesting cultural topic, as well as a detail presentation of the latest technology in image analysis that was proposed to give an added value to the ancient manuscript collections.

Made Windu Antara Kesiman, S.T., M.Sc., Ph.D
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Geographical data and water management in Thailand

Brief Information - This course will introduce concepts of water management using geospatial technologies and geographic data. This class provide how scientific methods can be applied to design water storage, water flow, and underground water recharge in Thailand.

Dr. Pariwate Varnakovida
KMUTT Geospatial Engineering and Innovation Center (KGEO) (Thailand)

Indonesian Cultural Heritage Preservation in 3D Modelling

Brief Information - This course will serve as an introduction to 3D digital heritage documentation. Topics will include the urgency for heritage preservation, a quick overview of 3D recording techniques (photogrammetry, laser scanning/lidar, surveying, etc.), possible applications (VR, AR, BIM, etc.), and case studies from around the world. The course should be open to anyone without any prerequisites as it is geared towards the general public, but we expect to attract the attention of those interested in cultural heritage as well as 3D geomatics technology.

Arnadi Dhestaratri Murtiyoso, Ph.D
Postdoctoral Researcher at INSA Strasbourg (France)

Balinese Traditional of Fashion and Beauty (From traditional to international)

Brief Information - Now days, there is a transformation of Balinese Traditional Outfit into modern style in young generation which is need a smart education that still keep the tradition in a good way without refused the innovation of fashion trend in the world.

Drs. Tjokorda Gde Abinanda Sukawati, M.Sn.
Fashion and Beauty Practitioner, Owner De Galuh Boutique (Indonesia)

Cyber Security Awareness

Brief Information - End-users are known as the weakest link and considered a fragile element in a network-based environment, and therefore, knowledge about cybersecurity awareness is critical. Thus, end-users are expected to instil appropriate behaviour, both personally and within the organization, to protect the valuable assets that are their responsibility. This course is designed to provide insight into common threats used to exploit the weaknesses and the efforts that can be done to minimize the potential for breaches of the device and data protection.

Kadek Yota Ernanda Aryanto, S.Kom., M.T., Ph.D.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Smart Sharing Renewable Energy for Supporting Balinese Tourism Industries

Brief Information - A type of renewable energy that will be discussed in this course is solar energy that is captured by using the solar panel. How to add smart information technology to the application of solar panels to gain financial benefits is the aim of this course. This course covers the latest technology of solar panels, the application of small-scale solar panels, and the prospect of solar panels in Bali to support the tourism industry by implementing smart sharing solar panels.

I Wayan Sutaya, S.T.,M.T.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

The Perspective of Culinary Tourism in Regard of Balinese Culture

Brief Information - Bali is a world-renowned tourist destination that is only now becoming known for its unique cuisine. It activates the mind, body and soul and offers much-needed healing in this Covid era. It is the food of the future!

Janet De Neefe
Culinary Practitioners : Owner Casa Luna Bali (Indonesia)

Inceneration for Waste Technology: Green and Clean

Brief Information - One of the most popular technologies for eliminating waste is the use of incinerators, which has grown rapidly since its inception. This technology has reached maturity with excellent combustion so that it deserves to be called a clean technology system. Considering the sources of waste that continue to be abundant, can it be called a renewable source atau can it be called green technology since it contains more organic waste?

Prof. I Nyoman Suprapta Winaya, ST,MA.Sc., Ph.D
Universitas Udayana (Indonesia)
No Course

Modelling and Simulation for Mathematics and Science

Brief Information - In this course, firstly, System Thinking as a new kind of thinking for coping with complex and interrelated problems will be discussed. At the time where the problems we face become more and more complicated, where their components are interrelated tightly to each other, the method of analysis we usually used successfully in the past is no longer enough. System Thinking accompanied by its method of implementation, i.e. System Dynamics, becomes a must. Although, essentially, this topic involve a lot of mathematics, but in this short course we mainly will used a System Dynamics software widely used all over the world, called Vensim.

Dr. Gede Suweken, M.Sc.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Ethno-based Science Pedagogy for Character Building

Brief Information - The pedagogy of science is discussed intensively to enhance the quality of science learning. However, limited attention is given to the development of science learning viewed from cultural perspectives. This talk will discuss the empowerment of students science learning based on Tri Kaya Taxonomy of learning and instruction constructed based on Balinese culture.

Prof. Drs. I Wayan Subagia, MAppSc., Ph.D.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Education for Sustainable Development

Brief Information - Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) empowers learners of all ages with the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to address the interconnected global sustainability challenges we are facing, including climate change, environmental degradation, loss of biodiversity, poverty and inequality. The course will provide some introduction to ESD (especially in the context of higher education) and how it can play a critical role in the achievement of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Zeeda Fatimah Mohamad, P.hD.
Department of Science and Technology Studies, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya (Malaysia)

Renewable Energy For Modern Society

Brief Information - Zero-carbon and highly-efficient energy system is projected in the future toward better environment, energy security, and new energy economy. Advanced technologies for decarbonization and effective utilization of renewable energy are considered the key aspects in realization of carbon-free society. In addition, to balance and realize this energy system, energy storage and carriers (secondary energy sources) are required to be developed and introduced in many living sectors.

Dr.Eng. Muhammad Aziz
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

Science For Disaster Risk Management

Brief Information - Implementing physics, computer science and earth-related science is an inextricable nexus in the disaster risk reduction for human live.

I Made Kris Adi Astra, S.Si, M.Sc
Meteorological, Climatological, and Geophysical Agency in Denpasar (Indonesia)

Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture

Brief Information - Sea grapes are one of the macro algae that have high economic value. This macro algae contain antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that are good for health. Sea grapes even known as seaweed for youth and longetivity

Kadek Lila Antara, S.Pi., MP.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, PT. Pakarti Daksa Sagara, PT. Bulung Bali Sejahtera (Indonesia)

Material Science For Modern Industry Applications

Brief Information - The course relates current stringent requirements for materials based manufacturing with hands-on materials science and technology. The requirements have been imposed by G7 countries to limit global warming. Some strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats will be highlighted with emphasizes on a more hands-on know-how that we can do with facilities available in Indonesia.

Agus Purwanto, Ph.D.
PT Cipta Mikro Material (Indonesia)

Environmental Science and Sustainable Waste Management

Brief Information - The lecture aims to discuss the innovative, transformative idea of Circular Economy for Integrate Waste Management (i.e. finding value out of wastes) and to know how this notion can possibly assist in enhancing the livelihood of people and hopefully alleviate poverty. COVID-19 pandemic has revealed significant shortcomings in the linear economic (i.e. take-make-dispose) system – the vulnerability of global value chains, the depletion of natural resources and the exacerbation of social inequalities. Industry 4.0 is a key enabler of the circular economy, allowing new business models to be profitable while reducing environmental impacts.

Dr. Anthony Halog
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Queensland. (Australia)
No Course

Wellbeing and Resilience Education in Facing Covid-19 Pandemic

Brief Information - This course describes any attempts we can take to be resilient and achieve psychological well-being in facing Covid-19 pandemic. These attempts will be described comprehensively from modern psychological perspective to some practices in Bali. There will be some examples and timely solutions to improve resilience and being psychologically healthy to get through nowadays pandemic.

Dewa Gede Firstia Wirabrata, M.Psi.,Psikolog
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Determinats of successful Inclusive Education: Curriculum and Support

Brief Information - How do we make inclusion work at school? This lecture will offer discussion about factors which influences the success of inclusive education. These includes curriculum, teacher's readiness and community awareness toward inclusion.

Putu Rahayu Ujianti, S.Psi., M.Psi. Psikolog.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Culture heritage in the new package: Satua Bali-AR as a learning tool for study from home

Brief Information - Bali have many cultural heritages. The content can be linked to science and contains many moral values. Technology can change them to be learning tools that can help teachers and students to be better in teaching and learning.

Dr. Putu Nanci Riastini, S.Pd., M.Pd.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Challenges in Practicing Inclusive Education during COVID-19 Pandemic

Brief Information - Teaching strategy for children with special needs during pandemic.

Ayu Susila Dewi
CIMD Foundation (Indonesia)

Prof. Dr. Frieda M. Mangunsong, M.Ed., Psychologist
Universitas Indonesia (Indonesia)

Student assessment in online learning

Gusti Ayu Ryana Mahasari, S.Pd., M.Si.
Kara Gantari Consulting (Indonesia)

Promoting community indigenious values in learning through technology

Luh Putu Putrini Mahadewi, S.Pd., M.S.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

The efficacy and effectiveness of multicultural counseling

Prof. Siti Aishah Hassan
Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia)

Cyber counseling to serving students during pandemic

Prof. Dr. Abu Yazid Abu Bakar
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (Malaysia)
No Course

Gendhong women and Komboys: Cultures of carrying

Brief Information - The market place is one of the most important places in any town or city. Not only are there activities of selling and buying, but there also the carrying of goods and shopping items. Two short documentaries in two different markets in Yogyakarta (Indonesia) and Baguio City (Philippines) will be screened to generate a discussion on the different cultural practices of carrying for others.

Dr. Yeoh Seng Guan
Monash University Malaysia

Glo- BALI-zation

Brief Information - There is BALI in the middle of GLOBALIZATION. Meaning Bali flexible in receiving social change culture

Made Gede Perama Artha
Founder Bog-Bog Bali Cartoon Magazine (Indonesia)

Developing Culture-based Indonesian Learning Materials for Non-Native Speakers

Brief Information - This presentation will highlight the importance of Cultural and Cross Cultural Understanding components in the teaching of Bahasa Indonesia to the non-native speakers of Indonesian language. It will also touch upon the idea of Indonesia as a country of super culture as opposed to super power, the Indonesian prescriptive culture, culture mapping, iceberg analogy of culture, as well as approach, method and technique of teaching culture based Indonesian language.

Putu Ayu Prabawati Sudana, S.Pd.,M.Hum. dan M. Bundhowi
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

M. Bundhowi
BIPA Practitioners (Indonesia)

Non-Violent Communication

Ni Ketut Ayu Puspita
Bali Intepreting (Indonesia)

Language Assessment Literacy

Ari Arifin Danuwijaya, M. Ed.
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (Indonesia)

Language Pedagogy: Teaching English for Young Learners across Cultures

Brief Information - The course identifies and will expound different strategies in teaching language for young learners founded on principles and theories of early language development.

Analyn J. Alegado
Tarlac Agricultural University (Filipina)

Cross Cultural Understanding

Ni Nengah Suartini, S.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Build Passion in Learning Business Communication

Brief Information - This course will give the broad knowledge about business communication, how social and mobile technologies are revolutionizing business communication, and how to adapt your communication experiences in life and college to business world. You need to improve your skills in such vital areas as team interaction, etiquette, listening, and nonverbal communication. You can learn to explore the advantages and the challenges of a diverse workforce and develop the skills that every communicator needs to succeed in today's global, multicultural business environment.

Dr. Hiqma Nur Agustina
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)
No Course

Business Sustainability through Green Economy and Entrepreneurship

Brief Information - Sustaining natural environment led to sustainablity of life, including for businesses. This course will offer broader insight of entrepreneurships by promoting natural environmental concerns to achieve business sustainability

Dr. (C) I Made Ramia Adnyana, SE, MM, CHA
Hotel Sovereign Bali (Indonesia)

Rahutama Atidira, M.M.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

The awakening of productive economic sector through maximizing resources and exploring opportunities

Brief Information - Climate change and the trend towards a greener economy may present both opportunities and risks for employment creation since it will change the sectoral composition of national economies. These changes must be addressed through pro-employment macroeconomic policies as well as industrial, and trade and also through environmental strategies that generate more and better jobs while promoting structural transformation and enterprise development. Economic growth is associated with and driven by a productive transformation is of major importance to the sustainability of economic development in the medium and long term. Explicitly integrating employment and decent work into economic growth and poverty reduction policies helps to maximize the benefits for people and to ensure that growth is both sustainable and inclusive.

I Gusti Ayu Purnamawati, SE, M., Si. Ak.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Lean Government For Excellence Public Service

Brief Information - "Topic To be Covered for this Courses:(1) Why should Government Agencies consider Lean? (2) What is Benefit of Lean implementation in Public Services? (3) What is Barrier to Lean Success in Government? (4) What is method are used in Lean Government? and (5) Lean Government Case Study"

Daniel Godwin Sihotang, CA, CMA, CIBA, CBV
The Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA) (Australia & Malaysia)

Strategic Management VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) in Response to Changes in an Organization’s Environment

Brief Information - Topic To Be Covered: (1) The Phenomenon of VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity, (2) Global Megatrends : Revolution Industry 4.0, (3) The Future of Works : Are you ready for the Future? and (4) Employment Transformation

Daniel Godwin Sihotang, CA, CMA, CIBA, CBV
The Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA) (Australia & Malaysia)

The Role of Change Management in Digital Transformation to Strengthen the Nation's Economy

Dr. Leonardus Wahyu Wasono Mihardjo,ST., M.Eng, CMA, ACMA, CGMA
PT Telekomunikasi Selular (Telkomsel) (Indonesia)

Sustainability Accounting to Create a Sustainable Company

Dr. Ancella A. Hermawan, MBA, CA
Universitas Indonesia (Indonesia)

How to Sustain Your Business Growth in The Digital Economy

Brief Information - Having a digital strategy is essential for your business Growth, pick the right strategy will increase your business sustainbility.

Sephy Lavianto, SE., Ak., MM., FCCF.
Bali Digital Consultant, STMIK Primakara (Indonesia)

Is entrepreunerial orientation a matter during and post pandemic: evidence from Australia

Dr. Lanita Winata, MBA, Bcom ACC ( Hons), CPAA
Griffith University (Australia)
No Course

Human rights advocacy for better access to health services during and after the covid pandemy

Brief Information - It help understand for better advocacy and adjudication from rights holders to actively participate in right to heath during covid 19 pandemy

Dr. Heribertus Jaka Triyana, S.H., LL.M, M.A
Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia)

Intellectual Property

Brief Information - Bali is awarded as one of the best tourisms in the world. To support tourism activities, music and culinary including Balinese traditional culinary as part of cultures play important significant role. Therefore, through this course will be discussed it existences and protection from Intellectual Property Law Perspective.

Prof. Dr. Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan, S,H., M.Hum., LL.M
Universitas Udayana (Indonesia)

Multicultural Education

Prof. Dr. Sukadi, M.Pd., M.Ed.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Maritime History

Brief Information - This course is covering the history of maritime activities in Indonesia (or known as Nusantara) from the prehistory period to the early spice trade. The discussion including the trading system, ports, and surviving living tradition of boat building tradition in Indonesia.

R. Ahmad Ginanjar Purnawibawa, S.Hum., M.Hum.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Sociology of Gender

Brief Information - This course is designed to help students understand more about the role of media in shaping values, attitudes, and behaviour with particular reference to gender stereotyping and media representation of gender.

Lola Utama Sitompul, S. Sos., MISI
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Preservation of LocaI Culture

Dr. Luh Putu Sri Ariyani, M. Hum
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Watershed Modelling for Disaster Risk Reduction

Fredi Satya Candra Rosaji, S.Si, M.Sc
CEO PT. Mitra Geotama Indonesia (Indonesia)

The Application of Split-Windows Algorithm (SWA) Methods on Landsat 8 Using Water Vapour Retrieval from MODIS Data.

Brief Information - Land Surface Temperature (LST) is an important variable for research use such as Urban Heat Island (UHI) and Drought, so understanding the processing of LST data is very important to know. Split Windows Algorithm (SWA) is a method to perform Land Surface Temperature (LST) extraction. The SWA method in this course will focus on how to extract the MODIS Terra water vapor value to determine LST. Water vapor becomes an important variable for determining LST and improving accuracy when compared to simply using vegetation variables.

A. Sediyo Adi Nugraha, S.Si., M.Sc.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)
No Course

Basic Hypnotherapy

Dr. dr. Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri, S.Ked., M.Kes.n
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Peeling at home with herbs

Dr. dr. Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri, S.Ked., M.Kes.n
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Basic Ayurveda

Prof. DR. dr. Nyoman Kertia SpPD-KR
Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia)

Overview of spiritual healing

Prof. DR. dr. Nyoman Kertia SpPD-KR
Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia)

Diabetic management

Brief Information - Diabetes: A-Z

dr. Putu Arya Nugraha, Sp. PD
Buleleng Regional Public Hospital / Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Occupational health

Brief Information - Occupational health for supporting employees and employers, helping wellbeing in the workplace

Dr. dr. I Ketut Indra Purnomo, M. Kes
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)


Praktisi Eksa
Practitioner (Indonesia)

Pyschological stress management:

Brief Information - How to recognize stress symptoms, causes and how to manage them.

dr. I Komang Gunawan Landra, Sp. KJ
Buleleng Regional Public Hospital / Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)
No Course

Maintain the Quality of Physical Education Learning During the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic

Brief Information - Maintaining the quality of physical education learning pasca covid pandemic 19 is a necessity, so that it can improve the quality of student fitness to ward off the corona virus

Dr. Made Agus Dharmadi, S.Pd.,M.Pd.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Fat Burning Eexercise During Covid 19 Pandemic

Brief Information - Understand the roles of fat on energy supply during physical activity and exercise (energy metabolism). Improve the effectivity of exercise on burning body fat.

I Nyoman Sudarmada, S.Pd.,M.Or.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia)

Motor Learning: Classic vs Differential Learning

Dr. Iwan Hermawan, M.Pd.
Universitas Negeri Jakarta (Indonesia)

Sport Recreation at Hospitality Industry (Career Opportunity)

Brief Information - "Pillar of Wellness and Sport Recreation, Retreat and Resort Guest Activity, and Recreation Career Opportunity"

Gusti Ngurah Arya Kusuma,S.Or., M.Pd.
Recreation and Wellness Hotelier (Indonesia)

GLOBAL PANDEMIC ON SPORTS: "Sport Psychology View"

Brief Information - The description of this course contains the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic on sports. specifically talks about the psychological impact on athletes and how to deal with it. these strategies include; relaxation, imagery, goal setting, meditation and breathing. scientifically these various techniques can significantly and effectively improve the mental toughness of athletes

Donny Wira Yudha Kusuma, M.Pd.,Ph.D.
Universitas Negeri Semarang (Indonesia)

Application countermovement jump for performance monitoring in elite Athlete

Dr. Abdul Aziz Hakim, S.Or.,M.Or.
Universitas Negeri Surabaya (Indonesia)

How Sport still exist on pandemic era

Brief Information - Be healthy with good food, good activity and good attitude, just smile and spirit

Agus Raharjo, M.Pd.
Universitas Negeri Semarang (Indonesia)

Sport Nutrition to Athlete During New Normal

Brief Information - The presentation covers the importance of nutrition for athletes for maintaining healthy and active in unprecedented situation. The role of nutrition and exercise immunology as preventive measure will be covered.

Dr. Mahenderen Appukutty, FNSM
University Teknologi Mara (Malaysia)

Important Dates and Schedule

  • June 5th, 2021

    Registration Open
  • July 15th, 2021

    Registration Closed
  • July 20th, 2021

    Final Participant Anouncement
No Day / Date Event Opening Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Closing
1 Monday / July 26, 2021 General Lectures 08.00-09.00 09.00-12.00 13.00-16.00 - -
2 Tuesday / July 27 , 2021 General Lectures - 09.00-12.00 13.00-16.00 - -
3 Wednesday / July 28 , 2021 Specific Lectures - 08.00-10.00 10.00-12.00 13.00-16.00 -
4 Thursday / July 29, 2021 Specific Lectures - 08.00-10.00 10.00-12.00 13.00-16.00 -
5 Friday / July 30, 2021 Specific Lectures - 09.00-12.00 13.00-16.00 - 16.00-17.00


  • Participant Registration Fees :
    • Undiksha Students : IDR 120,000
    • Non Undiksha Students : IDR 250,000
  • The minimum number of participants in each track is 10 people. If the number of participants is less than 10, the registration fee will be refunded.
  • Please do bank transfer for the registration fee to:
    Bank NameBank Negara Indonesia
    Branch Name KCU Singaraja
    AddressJL. Ngurah Rai No.48 Singaraja Buleleng, Bali - 81114 . Phone. (0362)24347
    Account Number 0436806764
    Account HolderRPL 132 Undiksha Untuk Rekening Dana Kelolaan

Frequently Asked Question

The following is a list of questions that often arise and can be used as a reference

A. Programme

1When will admissions open?

Admissions opened for summer 2021 on 5 June.

2Will it be held online?

For summer 2021, all our courses will be offered in the online learning option.

3If I enrol on a course in 2021, and subsequently need to withdraw, will I be able to receive a full refund?

We regret that application fees are non-refundable.

4When will the programme be held?
Summer School Dates: 26-30 July 2021 You can join our mailing list (via the red 'Join mailing list' button) to receive the latest information.
5Will lectures be recorded online?
Yes. All lectures will be recorded and available on demand for the duration of the programme. This will allow an opportunity for revision and to help mitigate against connectivity issues for our online learning programme.

B. Thinking of Applying

1What kind of people apply to the Undiksha International Virtual Summer School?

Summer School is a truly international programme, attracting a diverse range of people from over 100 countries. The majority of participants are currently studying at undergraduate levels.

2I am under 18 years of age. Can I apply?

There is no minimum age requirement for the Summer School as long as the requirements are completed.

3I am thinking about applying with my friend, will we be in the same class?

As long as you and your friend choose the same specific lectures, you will attend the same virtual class.

4Can I take more than one specific courses?
No, as courses are intensive and full-time it is only possible to attend one specific courses per session.
5Do you run Undiksha International Virtual Summer School courses at other times of the year?
No, unfortunately these programmes only run in July.

C. Application and Entry Requirements

1What is the application deadline?

The application deadline in 15 July 2021.

2What documents do I need to submit with my application?

Applicants will need to submit evidence that they meet the course prerequisites by providing their student university card. It is important that the student university card includes your full name. If this document is not in English, please provide a brief translation.

3Is there an application fee?

There is a non-refundable fee of IDR 120,000 (Undiksha students) or IDR 250,000 (non Undiksha students) payable when you submit the application form. This can be paid with a debit/credit card. If you are having problems paying or do not have a card to pay with, we would advise you to ask a family member or friend to pay on your behalf.

D. After Summer Schools End

1Do I have to take a final exam?

There will be no final exam. Students who attend at least 75% of classes will receive an electronic transcript.

2How and when will I receive my certificate?

Certificates will be posted to students. Towards the end of the course all students will receive a link to an online evaluation form. At the end of this form you will be asked to confirm that you wish to receive a transcript and the email address you would like the transcript to be sent to.

3Will I be able to access my online course material after I have left?
We strongly advise that all students download and save, or print any materials during the programme that they would like to keep. Your account will be closed shortly after the Summer School is over, at which point you will no longer have access to the material.

E. General Information

1Do I need to download special software to take courses at this summer school?

You need a computer device that has a browser application installed (such as Chrome, Safari, Opera, and others) and a zoom application during virtual meetings. Each course may require several supporting applications as needed, which will be informed when the learning takes place

2Why I can't see the entire content of this website?

This website is optimized for Google Chrome and Apple Safari. If you are having trouble viewing the entire page, try using your browser's zoom in or zoom out feature to view all content.

3How can I get help or other information regarding this summer school?

You can contact the contact person listed on this website via telephone or email. We are happy to help you.


Virtual Summer School Will be Hosted From
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Bali-Indonesia

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