Undertaking a short program or study tour is a great way to gain credits towards your degree, experience new cultures and gain a competitive edge before you graduate.

Short programs

Study overseas for a few weeks and gain credit towards your degree.

Short programs give you the opportunity to travel and learn at universities and colleges all over the world.

You can undertake short programs at partner and non-partner institutions. Many programs run in the semester breaks, so you may even be able to fast-track your degree by completing units sooner.

Fees & costs

Most short programs have a tuition fee that you pay to the host university/program provider. If the host university waives the tuition fee, you may be required to pay the VU tuition fee for the unit(s) you complete. Some programs include accommodation as part of the program fee. Check the program’s website for the full list of inclusions and costs.

Available programs Summer Block 2019/20

Winter MX is a program designed for international students who love of travelling and learning about new cultures. Discover four of the most iconic states in Mexico, visit the capital Mexico City, enjoy the colonial city of Querétaro, go to the amazing Guadalajara, walk through historic places at Puebla, and choose to make everlasting memories in beautiful places like Puerto Vallarta and San Miguel de Allende.

During your stay in Mexico, you will have the opportunity to live for weeks on four different campuses. This will give you the chance to learn about different parts of the country without ceasing your studies. Each campus has special activities, and several trips, that will make your experience unforgettable!

Mexican Identity & Culture

This is basic humanities course in which students will understand, identity and analyse aspects of Mexico's culture so that they can assimilate and integrate themselves into the culture. No prior knowledge is required. As an outcome, students will carry out dynamics related to diverse art expressions.

Intercultural communication

This course provides an intellectual and experimental forum for developing interpersonal and intercultural communication skills. Students will learn to identify the cultural aspects of verbal and non-verbal behavior of people from different cultures and of themselves, and to recognise that differences in cultures can cause communication difficulties in organisational settings.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: 6 - 31 January 2020
Program location: Mexico
Program host: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Program type: Exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: $1,600 USD
Cost inclusions: Housing, full transportation from Monday to Saturday, for all the activities in the program, and between cities, breakfast from 6 days per week, tickets for all places and events in the program.
Application deadline: November 15 2019

More information about the Culture and Identity program Note: Website reflects summer details and will be updated soon

Winter MX is a program designed for international students who love traveling and learning about new cultures. Students will live in four vibrant cities in Mexico. The Santa Fe district in Mexico City, the colonial city Queretaro, the industrialized Leon and the modern business and industrial center in Monterrey. They will make everlasting memories exercising their intellectual curiosity and developing entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership skills, in a multicultural setting. During their stay in Mexico, students will learn about different parts of the country without ceasing their studies. Each campus has special activities, with field trips, company visits and networking events that will make their experience unforgettable.

Enterprise, Culture & Business in the World

Students will be able to identify and analyse differences in cultures, political systems, social systems and economic systems influence on businesses; and analyse how the globalisation process affects international businesses.

Doing Business in Mexico

Students will learn about Mexican present time economic, political and trading structures. Compare different cultural patterns and business protocols and the historical bases of Mexican economy and business models. Discover the difeerences in management styles between Mexican and foreign companies.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: 6 - 31 January 2020
Program location: Mexico
Program host: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Program type: Exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: $1,600 USD
Cost inclusions: Housing, full transportation from Monday to Saturday, for all the activities in the program, and between cities, breakfast from 6 days per week, tickets for all places and events in the program.
Application deadline: November 15 2019

More information about the Global Business program Note: Website reflects summer details and will be updated soon

The Arhnem Business School is a faculty of HAN University of Applied Sciences and is situated in the city if Arnhem, in the Netherlands  about 100km east of Amsterdam. Arnhem is surrounded by the beautiful Dutch countryside with major train stations acting as a gateway into the rest of northern Europe and beyond.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: 5 – 24 January 2020
Program location: The Netherlands (Arnhem) 
Program details: Doing business in Europe
Program host: HAN/Arnhem Business School
Program type: exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: EURO 290 (course fee)
Cost inclusions: accommodation, transport from and to the airport, transportation between accommodation and campus on week days, company visits, welcome and farewell meal, health and liability insurance for the duration of the course.
Application deadline: 1 October 2019

The Hanyang International Winter School (HIWS) is one of Korea's most popular short programs. HIWS offers world-class education combined with a variety of unique cultural experiences. Every year HIWS is thrilled to host an increasing number of students and faculties from around the world.

The HIWS has multiple units on offer: view the complete list.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: 26 December 2019 - 11 January 2020 (Session A); 31 January - 14 February 2020 (Session B)
Program location: Korea (Seoul)
Program host: Hanyang University
Program type: Study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost:KRW 1,600,000 (Korean Won) (one session); KRW2,600,000 (two sessions) (Note: VU students are eligible for a KRW200,000 scholarship)
Cost inclusions: Tuition, application fee and cultural activities
Application deadline: 15 November 2019

More information about the Hanyang International Winter School

Insights to love Mexico is a program designed for international students interested in discovering their marketing potential and advancing their professional competencies in a unique and experiential way. Who love traveling and learning about new cultures. Students will discover four of the most iconic states in Mexico, visit the capital Mexico City, enjoy the colonial city of Querétaro, go the amazing Guadalajara, walk through historic places at Puebla and make everlasting memories in beautiful places like Puerto Vallarta and San Miguel de Allende.

Marketing and Creativity

The students will be familiar with the field of marketing and will be able to undestand the factors that affect companies and their environment. They will understand the evolution of marketing 1.00 until 4.00, creativity, information and market research systems, market segmentation, consumer buying behavior, commercial markets, product development strategies, prices, distribution and promotional mix. In addition, they have to build a marketing business plan to face all the discovered insights around Mexico's marketing tourism environment.

Consumer Behavior

At the end of this course the student should have a clearer perspective of consumer behavior, discovering marketing and inspiring insights in order to model consumption patterns under the new revolution perspectives 4.0. The students will build their competencies being more society empathic, enthusiastic, curious from themselves and the people who live around. Structuring the information obtained in a significant rheorical frame, in which concepts and theories deriving from psychology, sociology and anthropology need to be applied critically.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: 6 - 31 January 2020
Program location: Mexico
Program host: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Program type: Exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: $1,600 USD
Cost inclusions: Housing, full transportation from Monday to Saturday, for all the activities in the program, and between cities, breakfast from 6 days per week, tickets for all places and events in the program.
Application deadline: November 15 2019

More information about the Culture and Identity program Note: Website reflects summer details and will be updated soon

The 6-week course "Social Realities in Mexico" is an academic program meant to sharpen the students' awareness of the main development concerns and social challenges in Latin America. At the same time, the participants acquire factual, technical and theoretical knowledge to undertake those challenges, and strengthen their foundation skills through first-hand experience.

The key factors of the program are an appealing balance of academic and social activities, full immersion into the Mexican culture and society, and direct contact with experts, NGOs and the local population. All program components have the quality standards of Universidad Iberoamericana (“IBERO”), one of Latin America’s highest ranked universities.

Program Contents:

  • Spanish language course
  • Thematic lectures (taught in English)
  • Social service workshop (taught in English)
  • Weekly visits to NGOs and integration activities with the community
  • Thematic field trips
  • Cultural and touristic excursions
  • One-week study tour to southern Mexico

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit. Week by week example.

Program dates: 6 - 31 January 2020
Program location: Mexico
Program host: Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: $3,450 USD
Cost inclusions: Tuition, housing, domestic airfares (Mexico City to Chiapas return) Transport to and from airport, breakfasts, dinners (weeks 1 - 5), Entrance fees & guides, Cultural/social activities and weekend trips
Application deadline: October 1 2019

More information about the Social Realities in Mexico program Note: Website reflects summer details and will be updated soon

Available programs Winter Block 2020

The below list of programs ran in the Winter Block 2019 and will likely be run again by our partners again in 2020. Applications are not currently open for most of these programs and the information below should only be used as a guide. We will update each program when the 2020 details are confirmed.

Summer School offers short-term programs offered during the month of July. They have been developed in the fields of Business, Tourism, and Hospitality, as well as General Culture, Sociology and Gastronomy. Top priority is given to current affairs. All programs include in-company visits, field trips, and additional training activities. Programs are instructed in English or Spanish and designed for international and local students, as well as young professionals and professors.

Summer School programs have 2 lengths: 3 or 4 weeks. In the 4-week program, apart from the classes, students develop a Final Project. At the end of the program students receive an official transcript, which reflects the courses enrolled, ECTS credits, contact hours, and final grade. ECTS credits are awarded upon the successful completion of the program.

View the program on offer.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Spain (Barcelona)
Program host: CETT
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Application deadline: TBC

Every year in June and July, EM Normandie welcomes international students for a Summer School in Caen to participate in a 4-week intensive study program in Business and Management.

Includes lectures and workshops, business meetings, corporate visits and cultural excursions (in English).

View the program on offer: Normandy Summer School

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: June/July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Caen, France (2 hours from Paris) 
Program host:  EM Normandie
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: from €1,150 (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: registration fee, lectures, evaluations, certificate, transcripts, accommodation (single/29 nights), Paris airport pick up/drop off services, 4-week pass for local transport, 1-day in Paris, visits and excursions.

Application deadline: TBC

The 2-week Summer Session is open to all ESSCA’s exchange partners. This programme takes place in Paris, Angers and Bordeaux and offers a mix of classes, company and cultural visits.

The program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. It is specially designed for students of business and management, but applications submitted by students from other disciplines may also be considered.

The program is taught entirely in English, by the regular ESSCA research staff and adjunct professors with the possibility of guest speakers and outings.

View the ESSCA summer program PDF.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: June/July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: France (Paris, Angers and Bordeaux)
Program host: ESSCA
Program type: exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: €1900 (organisational costs) (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: course materials, shared-accommodation, welcome lunch and farewell dinner, some guided tours, transportation from Paris to Angers to Bordeaux to Paris, public transportation card in Angers and Bordeaux.
Application deadline: TBC

The Hanyang International Summer School (HISS) is one of Korea's biggest and most popular summer programs. In 2018, more than 2,000 students spent 4 weeks in Hanyang University, one of Korea's leading private universities. HISS offers world-class education combined with a variety of unique cultural experiences. Every year HISS is thrilled to host an increasing number of students and faculties from around the world.

The HISS has multiple units on offer: view the complete list.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: June/July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Korea (Seoul)
Program host: Hanyang University
Program type: Study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: KRW 1,800,000 (Korean Won) (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: Tuition, application fee and 3 cultural activities
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the Hanyang International Summer School

Hong Kong is in the heart of Asia and a gateway to China. It is a world class cosmopolitan city where east and west blend in many ways. It is an exciting and dynamic destination. Your living and learning experiences at HKBU will be enriching and unforgettable. It is a place where we seriously promote scholarly work and engage students in international activities on campus.

Once enrolled, you will be studying and interacting alongside other international students as well as local and Mainland students in the same classrooms.

The HKBU Summer Programme has multiple units on offer: view the complete list.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Hong Kong (SAR)
Program host: Hong Kong Baptist University
Program type: Exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: HK$12,410 (Hong Kong Dollars) (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: on-campus accommodation, student activities (including a 3-day trip in Macao), arrival pickup and administrative fee.
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the HKBU Summer School.

Earn academic credit while studying in Berlin and interacting with students from all over the world. Two units are offered during the 2019 summer school.

The European Union in a Global World

This program offers a unique blend of business, politics and culture, providing business and economics students the opportunity to undertake a demanding, in-depth study of the European Union and its evolving role within today’s world.

European Business & Economics Programme

This program provides business and economics students with an insight into the structures and trends that influence European business and economics today. Over the course of four modules students will explore the European Union via the themes of politics, intercultural management, marketing and economics.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: June/July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Berlin
Program Host: Berlin School of Economics and Law
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: €1,940 (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: tuition fee, accommodation, optional culture and leisure-time program
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the HWR Berlin Summer School

Earn academic credit while studying in Berlin and interacting with students from all over the world. Two units are offered during the 2019 summer school.

Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management in Germany

The German economy ranks highly on innovation indicators such as research and development spending and patenting activity. Innovations 'made in Germany' are exported around the world. This program analyses key issues related to innovation management and entrepreneurship from a German perspective and offers students a strong grounding in how to start and grow a business in a dynamic marketplace, using Berlin’s vibrant startup scene as an example.

Markets & Management in Europe

One of our most popular programs, 'Markets and Management in Europe' explores themes such as intercultural management, marketing, and economics in order to investigate European business and its interaction with the rest of the world. To complement this multidisciplinary approach participants take part in a range of visits to institutions and an automobile company (e.g. Volkswagen in Wolfsburg) as well as completing a module on German culture & society from an intercultural perspective.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: 30 June – 20 July, 2019
Program location: Berlin
Program Host: Berlin School of Economics and Law
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: €1,650 (euros)
Cost inclusions: tuition fee, accommodation, optional culture and leisure-time program
Application deadline: 15 March, 2019

More information about the HWR Berlin Summer School

Universidad Iberoamericana is considered to be one of Mexico’s most prestigious universities, distinguished by its high academic standards and strong social commitment. The Mexico City campus is located within the Santa Fe business district (western part of town).

Don’t miss the chance to experience one of the world’s most fascinating places! Previously known as the 'City of Palaces', today Mexico City is one of the largest urban communities in the world and the country’s economic and cultural centre.

Social Entrepreneurship & Global Innovation Bootcamp

Participants will come to Mexico City for an intensive four-week program to learn how to build innovation-driven enterprises, and to address current global challenges with a social perspective. Throughout the program, participants will learn and practise the latest innovation frameworks used by startups around the world. The bootcamp deepens in strategies, business methodologies and tools to create products and services for social change with innovative characteristics.

Spanish Language and Mexican Culture

Discover the cultural richness, traditions and customs of Mexico while you improve your Spanish-language skills.
The course aims at exploring the different components of the Mexican cultural identity, including art, history and traditions. The teachers involved in the program are high-profile academics from one of Latin America’s most renowned private universities.
The program includes excursions to must-see cultural and touristic places in Mexico City and complementary activities, such as Mexican cooking classes and Latin dancing lessons.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: June 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Mexico
Program host: IBERO
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: USD$950 (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: Tuition, access to campus facilities, course materials, visits and field trips
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the program

IÉSEG’s Summer programs portfolio is designed for students to benefit from IÉSEG’s academic excellence and multicultural environment while enjoying Paris. IÉSEG’s Summer programs are taught entirely in English and gather every year around 150 students from all over the world wishing to add an international dimension to their academic profile and future career. 

This Summer Program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation combines theoretical study with hands-on experience. During the two weeks, students will take courses that are highly customized to respond to the startups’ real-life challenge. They will be introduced to entrepreneurship under conditions of uncertainty, effectuation principles and lean startup. Further, students will gain practical skills to understand, evaluate, create, and ultimately manage effectively the innovation process within an organisation.

View the programs on offer:  Summer programs

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: June 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Paris, France
Program details: Entrepreneurship Innovation Summer Program
Program host: IESEG
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: Tuition €1400; Hospitality Package €800; Administration Fee €200 (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Application deadline: TBC

i Summer MX is a program designed for international students who love traveling and learning about new cultures. Students will live in four vibrant cities in Mexico. The Santa Fe district in Mexico City, the colonial city Queretaro, the industrialized Leon and the modern business and industrial center in Monterrey. They will make everlasting memories exercising their intellectual curiosity and developing entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership skills, in a multicultural setting. During their stay in Mexico, students will learn about different parts of the country without ceasing their studies. Each campus has special activities, with field trips, company visits and networking events that will make their experience unforgettable.

Enterprise, Culture & Business in the World

Students will be able to identify and analyse differences in cultures, political systems, social systems and economic systems influence on businesses; and analyse how the globalisation process affects international businesses.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Mexico
Program host: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Program type: Exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: $1,600 USD (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: Housing, full transportation from Monday to Saturday, for all the activities in the program, and between cities, breakfast from 6 days per week, tickets for all places and events in the program.
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the Global Business program

iSummer MX is a program designed for international students who love of travelling and learning about new cultures. Discover four of the most iconic states in Mexico, visit the capital Mexico City, enjoy the colonial city of Querétaro, go to the amazing Guadalajara, walk through historic places at Puebla, and choose to make everlasting memories in beautiful places like Puerto Vallarta and San Miguel de Allende.

During your stay in Mexico, you will have the opportunity to live for weeks on four different campuses. This will give you the chance to learn about different parts of the country without ceasing your studies. Each campus has special activities, and several trips, that will make your experience unforgettable!

Mexican Identity & Culture

This is basic humanities course in which students will understand, identity and analyse aspects of Mexico's culture so that they can assimilate and integrate themselves into the culture. No prior knowledge is required. As an outcome, students will carry out dynamics related to diverse art expressions.

Intercultural communication

This course provides an intellectual and experimental forum for developing interpersonal and intercultural communication skills. Students will learn to identify the cultural aspects of verbal and non-verbal behavior of people from different cultures and of themselves, and to recognise that differences in cultures can cause communication difficulties in organisational settings.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Mexico
Program host: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Program type: Exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: $1,600 USD (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: Housing, full transportation from Monday to Saturday, for all the activities in the program, and between cities, breakfast from 6 days per week, tickets for all places and events in the program.
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the Culture and Identity program

The main goal of the summer school is to provide students with academic and applied knowledge, to experience an international environment and to provide knowledge of the Swedish culture through a rich program of cultural and social activities.

Purchasing Logistics with a Global Perspective

The aim of this course is to give advanced knowledge of logistics in purchasing and supply-chain management with a global perspective. The focus is on the purchasing functions importance for the company result.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: June 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Sweden
Program host: Jonkoping University
Program type: Exchange (tuition is paid to VU)
Cost: SEK 21,900 (Swedish) (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: Tuition, social program and application fee. Accommodation is an additional cost.
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the Summer program

Under the theme “Humanity, Civilization, and Global Governance,” the Global Collaborative Summer Program seeks to promote a better understanding of the East Asian region and the world, in tandem with the current quests for “world peace” and “global common good.” It also aims to provide a new paradigm of higher education for the emerging global agenda by consciously integrating education, research and global service.

The GCSP has multiple units on offer: view the complete list.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Korea (Seoul)
Program host: Kyung Hee University
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: KRW 1,100,000 (Korean Won) (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: tuition
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the Global Collaborative Summer Program

The National Chengchi University is one of the most prestigious universities in Taiwan Provence - a university with global vision and equal emphasis to humanities and technology innovation. The NCCU International Summer School (NCCU ISS) offers intensive Mandarin Chinese learning and English-taught academic units in the fields of Management, Social Sciences and Humanities with a focus on the aspects of Taiwan, China and East Asia. In addition to academic and language studies, you will also participate in well-designed excursions to the most significant cultural and historical attractions in Taiwan Provence. Make your 2019 winter break a fruiful one by joining NCCU ISS to enhance your knowledge in your discipline of study and Mandarin Chinese, and give yourself an opportunity to meet and interact with international students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds.

The NCCU ISS has multiple units on offer: view the complete list.

Students will need to have the units assessed for VU credit.

Program dates: July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Taiwan, Provence of China (Taipei)
Program host: National Chengchi University
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Costs: Tuition - US$300 per unit (VU has one free tuition place available on this program); excursions - US$150; registration fee - US$150 (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Application deadline: TBC

More information about the 2019 NCCU International Summer School.

The University of Monterrey is situated in the City of Monterrey, in Mexico's northeast. Approximately 100km from the US border, Monterrey is the third-largest city in Mexico. The city is surrounded by a diverse landscape of mountains, forests, national parks and deserts which, combined with the warm climate, is perfect for anyone who enjoys the outdoors.

Alternate Dispute Resolutions

To analyse the alternative methods for resolution of disputes, the rules applied to Law conflict and other elements of conflict resolution in which exogenous elements appear.

Public International Law

Through the analysis of real cases, students will learn how to use the theoretical aspects, normative and jurisprudential of the legal system branch that regulates international relations, such as the structure and competencies of the main international organisations, building an emphasis in those dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights.

Each program is worth 12 VU credits. Students can elect to undertake 1or 2 units during the program; however, the cost will remain the same.

Students will need to complete a study plan to apply.

Program dates: July 2020 (TBC)
Program location: Mexico
Program host: Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM)
Program type: study abroad (tuition is paid to host university)
Cost: USD $1,300 (2019 price, 2020 TBC)
Cost inclusions: Tuition, accommodation, visits and field trips
Application deadline: TBC

Apply now

To apply for a short program overseas:

  1. Complete the application for study overseas form
  2. Complete the short-term overseas study plan
  3. Submit both forms to educationabroad@vu.edu.au by the relevant application deadline

Eligibility

Both domestic and international students are able to undertake overseas short programs, subject to course requirements.

To be eligible, you must have:

  • achieved a credit average (minimum of 60%); and
  • completed one year of undergraduate study (8 units) by the time you depart; or
  • completed one semester of postgraduate study (4 units) by the time you depart.

Joy Hanalla, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico.

Study tours

Study tours are organised by VU academic staff and involve a group of students travelling overseas, usually for 2 to 4 weeks.

Study tours may travel to multiple cities – or even countries and territories – as part of the program. Study tours provide you with an international insight into your chosen field of study that can’t be gained inside the classroom.

Your course or unit coordinator will usually advise you of upcoming opportunities. As study tours are integrated into the curriculum of VU degrees, you generally do not need to seek credit approval for them.

Fees

Many study tours may be partially funded, particularly if they are going to the Asia–Pacific region. Fees vary depending on the study tour.

2019 Study tours

Contact your College or School to join a study tour or to find out more.

Please note: not all programs are listed here, new tours will be added throughout the year.

Study tour Location Month of travel
Municipal infant-toddler centers and preschool Italy March
The Yogyakarta Study Tour Indonesia June
Thailand Engaged Language and Literacy Thailand June

 

Study tour Location Month of travel
Sustainability & Social Enterprise Indonesia (Internship) Indonesia June
VU Business School & CERES Global study tour Bali & Lombok June-July

Study tour Location Month of travel
The future of building construction with Building Information Modeling China April
Green building design and regulation Canada April
Optimisation of water resource management systems in smart cities Hong Kong (SAR) June (TBC)
Japan's one stop solution to utility infrastructure of future Japan June (TBC)

Study tour Location Month of travel
Paramedicine UK Study Tour UK May
Paramedicine USA and Canada Study Tour USA/Canada May
Paramedicine Israel Clinical Study Tour Israel June
Implementation of a government-initiated school lunch program in the state of Odisha India June
Paramedicine Texas Study Tour USA July

Study tour Location Month of travel
FIU - Florida Law Study Tour USA November

Study tour Location Month of travel
Sport for persons with a disability in Indonesia Indonesia June
Understanding Japan through a sports exchange tour Japan June

Nicole Mcinerney, Indonesia Study Tour.