The University of Sydney Exchange Program provides you with the exciting opportunity to add an international perspective to your education at an Australian university with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research. You can study for one or two semesters from a wide-ranging selection of units of study on a non-award basis.
You will receive an official University of Sydney academic transcript at the end of your study period to request credit at your home institution.
Tuition fee waiver applies to students from official university exchange partners. You can visit our Global Mobility database to find out if your home institution is one of our exchange partners.
Specialisations are not applicable with non-award courses but most students will study units in areas that they are studying at their home institution when enrolled in semester and year-long programs.
For academic requirements check the ‘Admission requirements’ section on this page.
Semester 1: 30 November of the previous year. Semester 2: 30 April of the same year. We strongly encourage applicants to apply as early as possible, offers are made on a rolling basis. Late applications may be considered on a case by case basis. Please refer to the Application deadlines on the Sydney Abroad website.
The interdisciplinary nature of the University of Sydney offers a huge range of study options, providing more flexibility to personalise your experience. You can study for one or two semesters from a wide-ranging selection of units of study on a non-award basis. Visit the Your study options page to explore your options.
This course is currently not available to domestic students.
Admission as an Exchange student is assessed on an individual basis. A list of Exchange Partners can be found on our Global Mobility database. You should complete the online application available through the “Apply” button on this page.
If you are a citizen of Australia and New Zealand or a permanent residents of Australia living overseas and you would like to studyabroad at the University of Sydney you should apply for admission as a local non-award student.
To be considered for the Exchange Program you need to:
All applicants must also have met the published English language requirements. Details can be found on the Sydney Abroad website: English language requirements.
Architecture, Visual Arts, and Music have additional application requirements. Details can be found on the Sydney Abroad website: Sydney Abroad Units.
The academic requirements that are displayed are applicable tocurrently available courses only and are updated annually in October and may be changed without notice. The Handbooks Online and the University of Sydney Calendar are the official legal source of information relating to study at the University of Sydney.