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Form 6 (STPM)
Member since May' 2018
Answered 5 years ago
STPM was once recognised as one of the hardest pre-university examinations in the whole world. Therefore, it is generally recognised by most universities internationally, so you should have no problem furthering your studies in Indonesia.
However, everything boils down to your results in your STPM. If you have good results, you should be eligible for most courses. As for which university and which course you can take, it will depend on your own interests as well as the type of university you prefer (main campus/satellite campus, urban/rural, cost of living, environment, etc.)
Finally, to apply for your studies in Indonesia, the most straightforward way will be to apply directly on the university's official website. But, if you would prefer dealing with a Malaysian counterpart to overlook your pathway to study in Indonesia, you can also go through agencies that help you with that. However, please ensure that these agencies are legitimate before deciding to use their services.
One example of a trusted agency that specialises in the medical line is Medic Pro-link. Here are some links for you if you are interested in studying Medicine in Indonesia:https://afterschool.my/campaign/medicpro/medicine_dentistry/https://afterschool.my/campaign/medicpro/veterinary/https://afterschool.my/campaign/medicpro/yogyakarta/
Hope this helps. We wish you all the best!
Member since Mar' 2018
Firstly, Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri! Hope you had a great time with your loved ones and enjoyed the sumptuous food :D
To answer your question, we mainly focus on education in Malaysia, but we can help you in finding the right course for your studies in Indonesia. Are you looking for courses in the healthcare line in general? If so, you can go for nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, etc.
2) If you are looking for something outside of the healthcare line, can you tell us your interests so that we can narrow down the scope to find the best course for you?
Hope to hear from you soon :)
Form 6 (STPM)