(1) I hear aswara is only 20% non-bumi but that was from a while ago. I know it's a public uni, but is it really still that homogeneous there today? I'm non-bumi, I might be worrying more than I should be but will I feel visibly excluded?
(2) I have no doubts about the quality of aswara's education/graduates/facilities, but whats the student life there like if anyone knows? They don't have anything on their official website that might tell me, and their social medias are pretty stale.
(3) What languages are the courses taught in? I'm considering doing a foundation + then 3-year degree in creative writing there. If medium of instruction varies course to course, does anyone know what languages these two courses in particular are taught in? BM or English?
Would really appreciate if anyone could give some insight, thanks!
Student life in ASWARA?