Why study in Yogyakarta?
Yogyakarta is one of the most favorite destinations for Indonesian students and students from all around the globe. The city has a variety of uniqueness that turns Yogyakarta into a suitable region for you to study. There are at least five qualities of Yogyakarta that will make you crave to learn in Yogyakarta.
1. Yogyakarta is a city of cultures and arts.
Yogyakarta is one of the unique regions in Indonesia where the kingdom of Kraton governs the city. Yogyakarta also upholds Javanese cultural values even under the process of globalization. You will find a beautiful Gamelan's music resonating and calming the hearts of its visitors. There is also the famous UNESCO World Heritage site, the Temple of Prambanan. On this site, you can also watch the magnificent Ramayana Ballet dance. There is so much to reveal about the cultures and arts in Yogyakarta. Isn't it better for you to discover it yourself while you study in Indonesia?
2. Yogyakarta, the home of scholars and students
The Special Region of Yogyakarta is named the city of education. There are more or less 100 higher education institutions located here. UIN Sunan Kalijaga is one of the best University in Yogyakarta. We also offer integrative learning of your favorite study program with Islamic study.
3. Lovely climate that will make you miss Yogyakarta
Its tropical climate and constant temperature throughout the year make it easy for you to adjust yourself to savor and live in Yogyakarta. The average maximum temperature is 33 Celcius, while the average minimum temperature is 30 Celcius.
4. All is affordable in Yogyakarta
Living costs in Yogyakarta is more affordable compare to the other town in Indonesia. Even with $1, you can get a meal, a drink, and a change. Lodging price may vary, starting from $30 to $625 per month. Despite all that, it all depends on your lifestyle. Whether you shoot for an extravagant way of life or go for a modest one, Yogyakarta is the best place for your study.
5. Humble and Friendly People
Yogyakarta people uphold the dignity of their cultures and values. One of the values is to smile and greet others when they pass each other. When this happens to you, you can say Monggo, and they will assuredly reply to you with the same word and a smile. Its humble and friendly characteristics do not end here. You will see that most Yogyakarta people often smile when they are talking.