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University of New South Wales, Australia (Exchange)

IMPORTANT! Please note that this exchange program is limited in spaces we have to send students, and therefore is highly competitive. We encourage you to apply, but please note that we are able to send 16 students during the 2017-2018 year. Students should make sure to have a second program choice if they are not chosen to participate in this program.

The Program

The University of New South Wales (UNSW), a member of Universitas 21, is one of the leading teaching and research universities in Australia. Its motto–Scientia Manu et Mente (“Knowledge by Hand and Mind”)–encapsulates the University’s central philosophy of balancing the practical and the scholarly.

The main campus of 85 acres is at Kensington, 7km southeast from Sydney ‘s central business district (see map). It is a twenty minute bus ride to downtown and Sydney Harbour.  It is also in close proximity to Coogee Beach and within walking distance of acres of parklands along other beachside suburbs. Sydney is the largest, oldest and most beautifully situated city in Australia. It is a major business center, and the main Australian port of call for international airlines. Over 4 million people live in this exciting, cosmopolitan city, which offers more entertainment, shopping and sightseeing than any other place in Australia.

The Academics

The University of New South Wales has a strong academic program across disciplines, but you’ll be particularly impressed with the programs in engineering, marine science, and visual arts. Political science and media studies also are popular.  You are required to take a regular full-time course of study, normally four to six courses per semester.  Look below for a list of course equivalents approved in the past (but not guaranteed to be available during the period you are at NSW) . You can earn 12-15 UConn graded credits on this program.

Consult www.handbook.unsw.edu.au to see the entire course catalogue and class schedules. Remember, UConn’s Fall term is Semester 2 in Australia.  UConn’s Spring term here is Semester 1 in Australia.

In order to earn credit at UConn for courses completed on this program, individual courses must be approved by a designated UConn course evaluator and assigned a UConn course number. Complete instructions for this process can be found under Academics.

Important!
This list of course equivalents indicates courses that other students have taken in the past. It does not guarantee that they will be available when you participate in the program. If you want to take a course that is not on the list below click on “Academics” to access information on the course accreditation process.General Education course substitution: your school or college will decide if specific study abroad courses can be used to fulfill General Education Requirements. You will need to individually petition your school for the substitution.  For exact information, go to “Academics” and “Gen Ed Substitution”.Note: All study abroad courses have to be assigned a UConn course department number by faculty departmental evaluators before they can be posted and later considered for any minor, major, gen ed, or elective credit.

UConn Dept. and # University Course Title Foreign # Foreign Course Credits Accreditation Expiration Date
ANTH 1093 Foreign Study ATSI 1002 Australia Representations, Identities and Difference 3 12/31/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
ANTH 1093 Foreign Study ATSI 1012 Aboriginal Sydney 3 12/31/2018
ANTH 2000 Social Anthropology ARTS1870 Rethinking the Social 3 12/31/2020
ANTH 3028 Indigenous Rights and Aboriginal Australia ATSI 1001 Aboriginal People and Society 3 6/30/2017
ANTH 3028 Indigenous Rights and Aboriginal Australia ATSI 1011  Indigenous Australia 3 6/30/2017
ANTH 3028 Indigenous Rights and Aboriginal Australia AUST 2004 Aboriginal Australia: Pre-Colonial and Colonial Experience 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
ANTH 3093 Foreign Study ARTS 2872 Living and Dying 4 12/31/2019
ANTH 3093 Foreign Study ATSI 2004 Popular Culture of Indigenous Australia 3 6/30/2020
ANTH 3093 Foreign Study ATSI 2015 The Science of Indigenous Knowledge 3 6/30/2020
Anth 3093 Foreign Study: Concepts of Asia ARTS1211 Concepts of Asia 4 12/31/2021
BADM 2893 Foreign Study GENC3004 Personal Finance 4 12/31/2020
BLAW 4893 Foreign Study LEGT 2712 Business, Ethics and the Law 3 12/31/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
BLAW 4893 Business, Ethics and the Law TABL2712 Business, Ethics and the Law 3 12/31/2021
BLAW 4893 Business, Ethics and the Law TABL2712 Business, Ethics, and the Law 3 6/30/2022
BLAW 4893 BUSINESS AND THE LAW TABL1710 Business and the Law 3 6/30/2022
BME  4710 Introduction to Tissue Engineering BIOM 9333 Cellular and Tissue Engineering 3 12/31/2019
BME 3700 Biomaterials BIOM 9561 Biomaterials 4 12/31/2019
BME 3900 + ENGR 3193 Junior Design + Foreign Study ENGG1000 Introduction to Engineering Design and Innovation 3 + 1 12/31/2021
BME 4201 Introduction to Medial Imaging BIOM9027 Medical Imaging 3 12/31/2019
BME 4201 + ENGR 3193 Introduction to Medical Imaging + Foreign Study BIOM9027 Medical Imaging 3+1 12/31/2019
BME 4500 Bioinstrumentation BIOM 9640 Biomedical Instrumentation 3 12/31/2017
BME 4985 + ENGR 3193 Special Topics in BME BIOM9311 Mass Transfer in Medicine 3 + 1 6/30/2021
CAMS 1103 Classical Mythology ANHS 1602 Greek and Roman Mythology 3 12/31/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
CE 2710 + ENGR 3193 Transportation Engineering + Foreign Study CVEN 2401 Sustainable Transport and Highway Engineering 3+1 12/31/2019
CE 3110 + ENGR3193 Mechanics of Materials + Foreign Study CVEN 2301 Mechanics of Solids 3+1 12/31/2019
CE 3510 Soil Mechanics CVEN 2201 Soil Mechanics 3 6/30/2018
CE 3610 Basic Structural Analysis CVEN 3301 Structural Analysis and Modeling 3 12/31/2017
CE 4810 Engineering Hydrology CVEN 3501 Water Resources Engineering 3 12/31/2017
CHEG 2111 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I CEIC2000 Materials and Energy Systems 3 6/30/2020
COMM 4993 Foreign Study ARTS 3091 Advanced Media Issues 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
COMM 4993 Foreign Study ARTS 3092 Media Transformation in the Asia Pacific 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
DRAM 1110 Introduction to Film ARTS 1060 Introduction to Film Studies 3 6/30/2017
DRAM 1710 Exploration of Acting ARTS 2124 Theories of Acting & Performing 3 6/30/2018
DRAM 4152 World Film ARTS  3063 Cinemas and Cultures 3 6/30/2018
DRAM 4193 Foreign Study ARTS 2124 Staging Australia 3 12/31/2018
DRAM 4193 Foreign Study ARTS 2125 Theories of Acting and Performing 3 6/30/2018
DRAM 4193 Foreign Study ARTS 2064 Film Genres 3 6/30/2018
ECE 2000 Electrical Engineering Principles ELEC 1112 Electrical Circuits 4 12/31/2020
ECE 3001+ ENGR 3193 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves + Foreign Study ELEC 3115 Electromagnetic Engineering 3+1 6/30/2019
ECE 4079 Independent Design Laboratory ELEC 3117 Electrical Engineering Design 4 6/30/2021
ECON 1201 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 1101 Introduction to Microeconomics 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
ECON 2201 Intermediate Microeconomics ECON 2101 Microeconomics 2 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
ECON 2202 Intermediate Macroeconomics ECON 2102 Macroeconomics 2 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
ECON 3466 + ECON 3693 Environmental Economics + Foreign Study Econ1107 Environmental Economics 3 + 1 12/31/2021
EEB 2244 General Ecology BIOS 2011 Evolutionary and Physiological Ecology 4 6/30/2018
EEB 3205 Current Issues in Environmental Science ARTS 2242 Environmental Controversy in Australia 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
EEB 3205 Current Issues in Environmental Science BIOS 1301 Ecology, Sustainability and Environmental Science 3 12/31/2017
EEB 4120 Paleobiology Geos2071 Life Through Time 4 12/31/2021
ENGL 1701+ ENGL 1693 Creative Writing I + Foreign Study ARTS 2032 Creative Writing 3 +1 12/31/2019
ENGL 3503 + ENGL 3693 Shakespeare I + Foreign Study ARTS2034 Shakespearean Drama 3+1 12/31/2021
ENGL 3621 Literature and Other Disciplines SAHT2213 Memory and Self 3 12/31/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
ENGL 3621 + ENGL 3693 Literature and Other Disciplines + Foreign Study ARTS1060 Introduction to Film Studies 3 + 1 6/30/2022
ENGL 3627 Studies in Literature ARTS 2031 Australian Literature 3 12/31/2018
ENGL 3627 + ENGL 3693 Studies in Literature + Foreign Study ARTS2031 Australian Literature 3 + 1 12/31/2021
ENGL 3693 Foreign Study ARTS1031 Reading Through Time: Literature from the Renaissance to Postmodernity 4 12/31/2021
ENGR 3193 Foreign Study CVEN 1701 Environmental Principles and Systems 3 6/30/2018
ENGR 3193 Foreign Study ELEC 4445 Entrepreneurial Engineering 3 6/30/2021
ENVE 3120 Fluid Mechanics MMAN 2600 Fluid Mechanics 3 6/30/2017
ENVE 3120 + ENGR 3193 Fluid Mechanics + Foreign Study CVEN 2501 Principles of Water Engineering 3 + 1 12/31/2019
ENVE 3220 Water Quality Engineering CVEN 3502 Water and Wastewater Engineering 3 6/30/2018
FNCE 3101 [must have taken all prerequisites] Financial Management FINS 1613 Business Finance 3 6/30/2017
FNCE 4305 Global Financial Management GENC2100 Global Finance 3 12/31/2021
FNCE 4893 Foreign Study FINS 3616 International Business Finance 3 12/31/2017
FNCE 4893 Foreign Study FINS 1612 Capital Markets and Institutions 4 12/31/2019
GEOG 3340 +  GEOG 4093 Environmental Planning & Management +Foreign Study BIOT 3081 Environmental Biotechnology 3 + 1 6/30/2017
GEOG 4093 Foreign Study GEOS1601 Geographies of Australian Identities 4 6/30/2017
GSCI 3020 Earth Surface Processes GEOS1701 Environmental Systems and Processes 3 6/30/2020
HIST 1502 + HIST 1993 United States History since 1877 + Foreign Study ARTS2150 Modern United States History 3 + 1 12/31/2020
HIST 1800 + HIST 3993 Roots of Traditional Asia + Foreign Study ARTS 1210 Concepts of Asia 3 + 1 12/31/2019
HIST 1993 Foreign Study ATSI1011 Indigenous Australia 4 12/31/2020
HIST 1998 Varieties of History ARTS 1270 The Big Picture: An Introduction to History/Global History: the World in the Making 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
HIST 1998 Varieties of History ARTS 2304 In Sickness and in Health 3 6/30/2017
HIST 2206 History of Science HPSC 2100 Birth of Modern Science 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
HIST 3993 Foreign Study GENL 1063 Terror and Religion 4 6/30/2020
HIST 3993 Foreign Study ARTS 2271 Australia 1901-2008: From Federation to the Apology 4 6/30/2018
HIST 3993 Foreign Study ANHS 1600 Foundations for Ancient Greece 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
HIST 3993 Foreign Study ARTS2906 History of Sexuality 4 12/31/2021
HIST 3993 Foreign Study ARTS 2270 Australia 1788-1900: The Fatal Shore? 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
HRTS 1007 Introduction to Human Rights GENL 1062 Understanding Human Rights 3 12/31/2019
JOUR 4093 Foreign Study MDIA 2003 Advanced Media Writing 3 6/30/2018
MARN 1001 The Sea Around Us MSCI 0501 The Marine Environment 3 12/31/2019
MARN 1003 Introduction to Oceanography with Laboratory MSCI 2001 Introductory Marine Science 4 12/31/2019
MARN 3014 + MARN 3893 Marine Biology + Foreign Study BIOS3081 Ocean to Estuarine Ecosystems 3 + 1 12/31/2019
MATH 1071Q Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 1031 Mathematics for Life Sciences 3 6/30/2018
MATH 2110Q Multivariable Calculus MATH 2011 Several Variable Calculus 4 6/30/2020
Math 2210Q Applied Linear Algebra MATH2501 Linear Algebra 3 6/30/2020
MATH 2410 Elementary Differential Equations MATH 2019 Engineering Mathematics 2E 3 12/31/2017
MATH 3146 Introduction to Complex Variables MATH 2620 Higher Complex Analysis 3 12/31/2017
MATH 3793 Foreign Study MATH 2281 Biomathematics 3 6/30/2018
MCB 2000 Introduction to Biochemistry BIOC2181 Fundamentals of Biochemistry 3 12/31/2020
MCB 2610 Fundamentals of Microbiology MICR2011 Microbiology I 3 6/30/2017
MCB 3413 Concepts of Genetic Analysis BABS2204 Genetics 4 12/31/2021
MCB 3413 Concepts of Genetic Analysis BABS2204 Genetics 4 6/30/2022
MCB 4211 + MCB 3895 Basic Immunology + Special Topics Social and Developmental Psychology 3 + 1 12/31/2020
ME 2233 + ENGR 3193 Thermodynamic Principles + Foreign Stud MMAN 2700 Thermodynamics 3 + 1 12/31/2021
ME 3228 Introduction to Fatigue in Design MECH9400 Mechanics of Fracture and  Fatigue 3 12/31/2017
ME 3285 Sustainable Energy Sources and Systems SOLA1070 Sustainable Energy 3 12/31/2017
ME 3295 + ENGR 3193 Special Topics: Manufacturing Technology + Foreign Study IDES2072 Manufacturing Technology 3 + 1 12/31/2021
ME 3295 + ENGR 3193 Special Topics: Aerospace Structures + Foreign Study AERO3410 Aerospace Structures 3 + 1 6/30/2022
MGMT 3101 [must have taken all prerequisites] Managerial and Interpersonal Behavior MGMT 1001 Managing Organizations and People 3 12/31/2016
MGMT 3101[must have taken all prerequisites] + BADM 4893 Managerial and Interpersonal Behavior MGMT 2721 Managing People 3 + 1 12/31/2019
MGMT 4893 Foreign Study MGMT 2102 Managing Across Cultures 3 12/31/2018
MGMT 4893 Foreign Study MGMT 2725 Career Planning and Management 3 12/31/2018
MGMT 4893 Foreign Study STRE 2010 Innovation & Entrepreneurship 3 12/31/2015
MGMT 4893 Foreign Study 2010 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3 12/31/2021
MKTG 3101 Introduction to Marketing Management GENC 6007 Marketing in Today’s Society 3 6/30/2018
MKTG 3101 Introduction to Marketing Management MARK1012 Marketing Fundamentals 3 12/31/2021
MKTG 3101 [if you have taken all the prerequisites for MKTG 3101] Introduction to Marketing Management MARK 1012 Marketing Fundamentals 3 12/31/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
MKTG 3757 Strategic Brand Management MARK 3092 Brand Management 3 12/31/2021
MKTG 4893 Digital Marketing and Web Analystics Mark 2085 Digital Marketing and Web Analystics 3 12/31/2021
MSE 2001 + ENGR 3193 Intro to Struct., Prop., and Proc. of Mater. I + Foreign Study MATS1192 Design and Application of Materials in Science and Eng 3 + 1 6/30/2022
MSE 2101 Materials Science & Engineering I MATS1101 Engineering Materials and Chemistry 3 12/31/2021
MSE 2102 Materials Science and Engineering II Design and Application of Materials in Science and Engineering 3 12/31/2021
MSE 3001 Applied Thermodynamics MATS 2008 Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibria 4 6/30/2020
MSE 4001 Electronic & Magnetic Properties of Materials MATS2001 Physical Properties of Materials 3 12/31/2021
MUSI 1193 Foreign Study MUSC3102/GENT 0508 Psychology of Music 3 6/30/2018
MUSI 1193 Foreign Study in Music MUSC1101 Music Reinvented 4 12/31/2021
MUSI 1193 Foreign Study in Music GENT0508 Music on My Mind 4 12/31/2021
NATG 3719 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling MATH 3041 Mathematical Modeling for Real World Systems 3 6/30/2020
No credit MGMT 1101 Global Business Environment 0
NRE 4340 Environmental Toxicology GEOS 3281 Environmental and Contaminant Geochemistry 3 12/31/2019
NUSC 3693 International Studies in Nutritional Sciences FOOD3020 Food Science and Technology Laboratory 3 12/31/2020
NUSC 3693 International Studies in Nutritional Sciences FOOD1360 Food Processing Principles 3 12/31/2020
NUSC 3693 International Studies in Nutritional Sciences FOOD3010 Food Preservation: Principles and Application 3 12/31/2020
NUSC 3693 International Studies in Nutritional Sciences FOOD4403 Advanced Nutrition 3 12/31/2020
OPIM 3103 Business Information Systems 1602 Information Systems in Business 3 6/30/2020
OPIM 3221 Business Database Systems INFS 3608 Data and Information Management 3 6/30/2018
OPIM 3221+ OPIM 4893 Business Database Systems + Foreign Study INFS 1603 Intro to Business Databases 3+1 6/30/2020
OPIM 3801 Principles of Project Management INFS 2848 Information Systems Project Management 3 6/30/2019
OPIM 4893 Business Application Programing 2605 Business Application Programing 3 6/30/2020
OPIM 4893 Foreign Study INFS 2607 Networking and Infrastructure 3 6/30/2019
OPIM 4893 Information Systems Auditing and Assurance INFS4805 Information Systems Auditing and Assurance 3 6/30/2021
PHIL 1101 Problems of Philosophy ARTS 1361 Knowledge & Reality: Introduction to Philosophy 3 6/30/2017
PHIL 1102 Philosophy and Logic ARTS 1362 Philosophy: Thinking About Reasoning 3 6/30/2019
PHIL 1104 Philosophy and Social Ethics PHIL 7524 Philosophy, Morality, Society 3 12/31/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
PHIL 1104 Philosophy and Social Ethics ARTS1360 Moral, Social and Political Philosophy 3 6/30/2018
PHIL 1104 Philosophy and Social Ethics ARTS1360 Philosophy, Morality, Society Semester 1, 2016 3 12/31/2021
PHIL 2211Q Symbolic Logic ARTS2375 Philosophical Logic 3 6/30/2018
PHIL 2217+ PHIL 4293 Social and Political Philosophy + Foreign Study ARTS2384 Philosophy: Utopia, Violence, & Free Speech 3+1 12/31/2019
PHYS 1502Q Physics for Engineers II 1221 Physics1B 4 12/31/2021
PHYS 3401 Introductory Quantum Mechanics I PHYS 2110 Quantum Physics and Laboratory 3 6/30/2019
Phys 3401 + PHYS 4009 Introductory Quantum Mechanics I + Independent Study in Physics PHYS2111 Quantum Physics 3 + 1 12/31/2021
PHYS xx No Credit PHYS 1131 Higher Physics 1A 0
PHYS xx No Credit PHYS 2410 Biophysics I 0
POLS 3993 Foreign Study GENL 2021 Introduction to the Australian Legal System 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
POLS 3993 Foreign Study ARTS1840 Introduction to Australian Politics 3 6/30/2019
POLS 3993 Foreign Study GENT 0708 International Governance in the 21st Century 3 6/30/2019
POLS 3993 Foreign Study ARTS2242 The Politics of Climate Change 4 6/30/2022
PSYC 1101 General Psychology II PSYC1001 Psychology 1A 4 12/31/2020
PSYC 1101 + UNIV 1993 General Psychology II + International Study PSYC1011 Psychology 1B 3 + 1 6/30/2021
PSYC 2300 + PSYC 3883 Abnormal Psychology + Foreign Study PSYC 1023 Abnormal Psychology 3 + 1 6/30/2022
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study 2061 Social and Developmental Psychology 3 12/31/2020
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSYC2061 Social and Developmental Psychology 4 12/31/2021
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSCY1025 Psychology of Work 4 12/31/2021
PSYC 3883 FOREIGN STUDY PSYC 1022 Psychology of Addiction 4 12/31/2021
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSYC 2061 Social & Developmental Psychology 4 6/30/2022
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSYC1027 Forensic Psychology: Crime, Courts, and Corrections 4 6/30/2022
SOCI 1001 Introduction to Sociology ARTS 1870 Introduction to Sociology and Anthropology 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
SOCI 1001 Introduction to Sociology SCLG1001 Intro to Sociology I 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
SOCI 2301 Criminology CRIM 1010 Introduction to Criminology 3 12/31/2019
SOCI 2301 + SOCI 3993 Criminology + Foreign Study CRIM1010 Criminology 3 + 1 6/30/2022
SOCI 3251 + SOCI 3883 Social Theory + Foreign Study ARTS3047 Contemporary Critical and Cultural Theory 3 + 1 6/30/2022
SOCI 3271 + SOCI 3993 Topics in the Sociology of culture + Foreign Study ARTS2904 Dressed to Kill: Dress and Identity in History 3 + 1 12/31/2021
SOCI 3271 + SOCI 3993 Topics in the Sociology of Culture + Foreign Study ARTS1090 Media, Culture, and Everyday Life 3 + 1 6/30/2022
SOCI 3833 Topics in Sociology and Human Rights GENL 1063 Terror and Religion 3 6/30/2016 – needs to be reaccredited
SOCI 3991 Foreign Study ARTS3871 Forensic Sociology 4 6/30/2022
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study CRIM 1011 Introduction to Criminal Justice 4 12/31/2019
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study ARTS 3411 Forensic Sociology 3 6/30/2018
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study ARTS3871 Forensic Sociology 4 6/30/2022
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study ARTS3885 Trauma and Violence 4 6/30/2022
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study ARTS2877 Technologies, Culture, Society 4 6/30/2022
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study ARTS 1870 Rethinking the Social 4 6/30/2022
SPAN 1193 Foreign Study ARTS2570 Intermediate Spanish A 3 12/31/2019
STAT 1100Q Elementary Concepts of Statistics MATH1041 Statistics for Life and Social Sciences 4 12/31/2019
STAT 3345Q Probability Models for Engineers MATH2801 Theory of Statistics 3 6/30/2018

The Experience

Students may request to live on campus in a Residential College or in off-campus housing arranged by the UNSW Study Abroad Office.

The Sport and Recreation Center serves the Sports Association and thirty-nine sporting clubs. It includes eight squash courts, seven tennis courts, a 50m indoor heated swimming pool, a large gymnasium and gymnastic pit, rooms for fencing, table tennis, judo, archery, fitness circuits, weight lifting, karate, aerobics, and jazz ballet.

Set in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, the campus offers the benefits of big-city living at a slightly less hectic pace. The university also has world-class performing arts facilities and excellent sports facilities. Outside of campus, you can head into bustling Sydney or travel to the beauty of the Royal National Park or the Blue Mountains, two of the most popular destinations for outdoor activity in Australia.

A spectacular location on the harbor and vast cultural and ethnic diversity are just two of the reasons that Sydney is such a great city for students.  It buzzes with the influence of different cultures.  Recent immigrants from Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, as well as a large Aboriginal population, add to the vibrancy of the city.  Beaches offer the opportunity for water sports of all kinds, while restaurants, theatres, and clubs provide loads of entertainment.

For program dates consult here.

Information on housing is available here: http://www.international.unsw.edu.au/living-sydney/accommodation/. Many students choose to live off campus in nearby apartments. Dorm housing is not abundant, and is not guaranteed for international students.

Finances

Exchange programs charge in-state UConn tuition for in-state students and New England rate UConn tuition for all out-of-state students, along with a few other UConn fees. For exact information on the costs associated with this program, please visit this program’s budget sheet by clicking the link below.

Because this program charges tuition, nearly all types of financial aid can be applied to defray the cost. Contact the UConn Office of Financial Aid Services for information regarding your individual financial aid package.

You may apply the following types of financial aid to the cost of this program: CT Aid for Public College Students Grant, Federal Title IV Funds including Pell Grant, SEOG, Stafford Loans, Perkins Loans, Parent Loans, private scholarships, Tuition Remission Grant, University Grant, Tuition Waiver, and academic scholarships (such as Day of Pride, Nutmeg, Presidential, Leadership and Academic Excellence Scholarship).

You may not apply the following types of financial aid to the cost of this program: Federal Work Study

Budget Sheets: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
The Details

  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit

Dates / Deadlines:

Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2018 09/20/2017 10/09/2017 TBD TBD
Academic Year 2018 03/08/2018 03/15/2018 TBD TBD
Fall 2018 03/08/2018 03/15/2018 TBD TBD

Fact Sheet:

Class status: 2nd Year, 3rd Year, 4th+ Year Academic area: Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences, Sports Management, Arts, Business, Engineering
Language of instruction: English Prior language study required:
Open to non-UConn students: No Required GPA: 3