If you are interested in opportunities abroad and you want to learn about all the different programs, regions and requirements, attend an information session to find out more. This is optional and information sessions are held throughout the semester.
Separate Information Sessions are also run for Bachelor of Commerce (International), Bachelor of International Studies, Bachelor of Science (International) COFA and Law students.
Details for the compulsory Student Exchange online tutorial are emailed to you after the Information Session.
Compulsory Student Exchange Online Tutorial
If you have already decided you want to go on Student Exchange, find out how to apply by completing the online tutorial. The tutorial covers the application process, suggestions on how to research your options and you can download your application pack. Completing the online tutorial is essential to apply. After completion the logon details for your online Student Exchange application will be sent to you.
The online tutorial is available from week 2 of session. Email email@example.com or visit the Global Education Office for access details.
Student Advisors are available to discuss your overseas study objectives. It is important you discuss your exchange preferences with the relevant Exchange Advisor as there may be courses restrictions or partner university requirements.
If you are interested in Student Exchange you can book an appointment with an Exchange Advisor once you have completed your compulsory Student Exchange online tutorial and started to research your exchange partner universities. There are 3 Student Exchange Advisors:
- America and Canada
- Europe (excluding Spain), UK and South Africa
- Asia, Spain, Latin America, Israel and Oceania
If you are interested in Practicum Exchange or Global Education opportunities (including short courses, study tours, conferences, internships), you should book an appointment with the Practicum and Global Education Advisor.