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Explore: your options for overseas study

All the information you need to decide what overseas study option is right for you.

Explore: your options for overseas study

If you’re considering studying overseas, the first step is to work out the kinds of programs available to you, destinations on offer and the different eligibility requirements you need to be aware of.

There’s a lot to consider so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to research your options. The earlier you plan, the more flexibility you'll have with your choices. We usually recommend you start planning your application once you start at the University or at least 12 months before you would like to go overseas.

Get advice

Talk to your faculty or school

Before you consider overseas study, it's important that you talk to an exchange coordinator within your faculty or school to work out if it will fit within the requirements of your course.

Drop in to the Student Centre

Throughout the process, support is available from one of our Sydney Abroad Peer advisors at the Student Centre. They have been on a global mobility program themselves and can help with advice on where you can go and what you need to do to apply. Advisors are available 9am-5pm, Monday – Friday. Just take a ticket for Sydney Abroad when you arrive.

Come to an info session

There are also on-campus information and drop-in advising sessions run by the Sydney Abroad advisors throughout the semester. Here you can get general advice, help with eligibility, destination information and tips on how to apply.

Last updated: 18 May 2020

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