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This could be you! Photo: YES Students Sendoff Party (State Dept.)

This could be you! Photo: YES Students Sendoff Party

U.S. Embassy Jakarta’s top priority in Indonesia is promoting education.  In fact, the United States and Indonesia have identified education as a key priority for both countries by including it  as one of the six goal areas under the U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership.  Over the next five years, both governments have committed to doubling the number of exchange students in each country.  Currently, 7,000 Indonesians study in the United States, and the Embassy hopes to double this number to more than 14,000.

Need information on how to apply for a student visa?  Visit student visa information, you can also find the online application and how to make an appointment.  Welcome to your future in a U.S. school!

General information on U.S. Government exchange programs can be found on the State Department website Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), Bureau of Public Affairs (PA), and Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP).