Check if there is a difference in tuition. For most schools that accept foreigners or have an international program, it is a higher cost tuition. I would appreciate to know if they charge more. There is probably not much written about accepting foreign students, because there are so few in Indonesia. Typically, there are less than 6000 for the country. More than half are from Malaysia and Timor Leste, so they can passably speak Indonesian. Almost 1/3 of foreign students are enrolled as the Indonesian language as the field of study. Likely less than 1000 foreigners from non neighbor countries attend non language programs of study. Not enough demand to write entrance criteria for.