Our University programs take professors and their students out of the classroom and into real world examples of their studies. We introduce classes to individuals and organizations from our vast network in Bali that are working on issues relevant to their field– whether it’s marine conservation, public health, the arts, psychology, social entrepreneurship, or anything in between.

We also organize mini-courses or seminars with Balinese students in the same field at local universities so that participants can engage in cross-cultural exchange around the topics they are studying. Often this includes field research and projects together as an international team. Of course students will have free time to relax on the beach, go exploring, and soak up Bali’s amazing culture.

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Living Classrooms

Exploring social, environmental, economic, and other challenges facing Bali provides real-world context for issues discussed in the classroom and brings them to life. Some programs involve students going out into local communities to conduct field research, turning the villagers into teachers and the village into a living classroom. The openness of the Balinese culture allows students to gain significant international experience and understanding in their field of study, even over a short timeframe.

Cross-cultural Exchange

We partner with local universities in Bali to create seminars or mini-courses that give students the opportunity to meet their Indonesian counterparts from the same area of study. Students engage in international dialogue on the issues in their field and work in teams on a project, challenging them to collaborate across cultures, in an unfamiliar place, and with only the resources at hand. Students from both universities will gain an international perspective of their field and make friends from across the globe.

Experiential Learning

We design our university programs to incorporate relevant activities, inspiring individuals, and innovative local organizations that complement classroom learning. These rich experiences bring classroom discussions to life and give students a deep understanding of how the issues they are learning about in class pertain to Bali. Whether it’s snorkeling over a coral restoration site, speaking with a member of the Balinese royal family, or visiting a social enterprise bringing simple technologies to communities in need, our program itinerary is designed to add invaluable experiences to the class syllabus and to return students home feeling inspired.

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Upcoming Programs

Realize Your Full Potential as an Adaptive Changemaker
and Become the Purpose-Driven Leader Our World Needs Today

June – 26, 2025

Culture and Sustainability

May 11 – 24, 2024

Social Innovation Global Immersion

May 14 – 26, 2024

Environmental Sustainability & Cultural Immersion

May 20 – June 2, 2024

Culture, Religion and Wellness

May 24 – June 15, 2024

Indigenous Studies Program

June 17 – 30, 2024!

Health, Healing, and Sustainable Community Development

June 18 – 28, 2024

July 4 – 15, 2024

Public Health

2025 dates coming soon!

LIU Global Australia Program

2025 Dates coming soon!

Sustainability & Social Entrepreneurship

July 2 – 21, 2024