Australia and New Zealand
For programs in Australia and New Zealand, students enroll directly into selected universities offered through the College of Global Studies – Arcadia University or the Institute for Study Abroad at Butler University. There are also opportunities available through the Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) in Melbourne and Sydney.
Academically, these institutions follow a similar plan of a more independent study approach. At all Australian institutions courses are taught in English, and students have access to the wide variety of subjects offered by the universities.
Many institutions require a cumulative GPA of 3.0 for admission, however, those marked with an (*) have sub 3.0 GPA requirements. In regards to credits, students must ensure that with the conversion, their combination of courses will translate into 15 or 16 US semester credits. Students are housed in residence halls or student apartments.
Please note that the Australian fall semester begins in March (with most programs beginning in February) and ends in June. The Australian spring semester begins in July and ends in November.
- *James Cook University
- Monash University
- *Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
- University of Melbourne
- University of Adelaide
- University of New South Wales (UNSW)
- University of Sydney
- University of Queensland
- University of Western Australia