When you study at Sydney, you’ll have opportunities to travel the world.
Our placement and exchange opportunities set you up for a global career as you develop skills and broaden your world perspective.
Our international engagement program includes partnerships with more than 250 universities in more than 40 countries including France, India, Japan, Spain, Sweden, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
We encourage students to undertake an international experience as part of their studies and offer a range of scholarships to support this.
A semester abroad is the perfect accompaniment to your degree. Our comprehensive study abroad and exchange program, which includes more than 250 universities to choose from, allows you to make study plans based on your personal and academic passions.
Students can join an internship in Indonesia through the ACICIS Winter Programs. These programs are suitable for undergraduate students, postgraduate coursework students, and early career professionals and are designed for students who have no existing Indonesian language skills.
Gain excavation experience and credit towards your undergraduate Archaeology major (ARCO3404 Archaeological Fieldwork (Project 4)) or postgraduate studies (ARCL6902: The Archaeology of Athens) by participating in the Athens Classical Archaeology Summer Intensive Program. During your time in Greece you will enjoy formal lectures integrated with daily visits to archaeological sites and museums in Athens and Attica. You will also travel afield to the panhellenic sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi.
We’ll take you out of the classroom and into a major world city like Rome, Paris or Berlin to explore the history of architecture and public spaces. Art History students also have opportunities to explore renowned galleries, collections and artworks of the city. Students who have been accepted into the Fieldwork Unit of Study will be enrolled in ARHT3672/ARHT3681 Art and the City.
Apply for our Frank McDonald Memorial Fund.
Read more about experiencing Art History with us and our overseas partners.
If you’re an Education or Teaching student, you can undertake a study abroad opportunity in countries like Spain, Austria, Sweden, Peru, Indonesia, and the United States of America. Over the course of three to six weeks, you’ll gain insights into different international education contexts by combining university-based learning with local school visits.
Read more about our Online with Berkeley program - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
As part of the Discipline of Media and Communications' undergraduate exchange program within the School of Art, Communication and English, we offer select MECO undergraduate students an opportunity to undertake units of study with the Jindal School of Journalism and Communication at Jindal Global University, India, via remote learning. Students who have been accepted into the International Exchange Program will be enrolled in FASS2804 Exchange and Study Abroad.
Read more about experiencing our MECO student exchange with us and our overseas partners.
The School of Languages and Cultures offers In-Country Experience units within the Open Learning Environment (OLE) to enable you to experience language and cultural immersion as a beginner with little to no prior knowledge of a language.
Read more about experiencing our intensive international opportunities via virtual OLEs with us and our overseas partners.
You can undertake overseas placements as part of many of our degrees.
For example, if you’re an undergraduate Media and Communications student you may have the opportunity to undertake an internship with an English-language newspaper in Delhi, Bangkok, Beijing, Seoul, Dubai or Abu Dhabi.
Many of our postgraduate degrees, including the Master of Social Justice (Development Studies), Master of Social Justice (Human Rights), Master of Social Justice (Peace and Conflict Studies), Master of Museum and Heritage Studies, Master of Teaching (Secondary), Master of Teaching (Primary), and Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) also offer the opportunity to undertake a work placement overseas.
International humanities and social sciences with Sciences Po, France
Two of the world’s leading institutions for the humanities and social sciences – the University of Sydney and Sciences Po in France – have come together to offer students a dual degree program, one of a kind in Australia.
After completing the first two years of study in France, you will relocate to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney to continue your third and fourth year of studies in either the Bachelor of Arts (Dual Degree, Sciences Po, France) or the Bachelor of Economics (Dual Degree, Sciences Po, France).
Apply for our Sciences Po Dual Degree Equity Scholarship.
Read more about studying dual degrees with us and our overseas partners and watch ARTiculate French Continuers and Extension - La Francophonie, and Sciences Po info session.
If you enrol in the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Advanced Studies (International and Global Studies), you must complete at least 12 credit points of study at a partner university overseas.
Apply for our International and Global Studies Travelling Scholarship.
Read more about studying our Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (International and Global Studies) and watch our Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Advanced Studies (International and Global Studies) - FAQs.