A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.
In regards to the study of biological & life sciences, students may focus on one aspect of natural science or study how they work together, such as the environment and human health or biology and geology.
Indonesia, a country in south-east Asia, homes more than 238 million people. Indonesia is the fourth most populated country in the world. The country’s education sector is subdivided into pre-primary, junior and senior primary, secondary and trained courses.
Top Bachelor Programs in Life Sciences in Indonesia 2017
Swiss German University’s Food Technology Department offers opportunity to join a fast growing food industry. A unique combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experiences gained during two internships, [+]
Food Technology is a branch of food science which deals with the actual production processes to make foods. To fulfill and maintain its nutritional quality, food must be both safely produced and safely delivered to consumer. This requires processing technologies to convert raw materials into foods as well as preservation technologies to increase shelf life of foods... [+]
Biotechnology is a discipline that sits at the intersection of biology and technology. It has emerged as a major contributor to the advancement of life sciences, such as increased agricultural productivity, breakthroughs in human health care, and new solutions to environmental problems. Biotechnology of today embraces knowledge areas, such as process design, engineering, modeling and control, recombinant DNA technology, cellular biology, microbiology and biochemistry... [+]
In an age where big data analysis is integral to successful existing businesses and new entrepreneurial initiatives, the Indonesian International Institute launched the first bachelor degree (S1) Bioinformatics program in the ASEAN in 2014. BioInformatics is a field that manages the large amounts of data generated in biomedicine, biotechnology, food science and food technology and many others. Modern BioInformatics does not only look at... [+]