Business and Law global experiences
Short Course Exchange
The Faculty of Business and Law has a wide range of partnerships with international universities around the world. Students can undertake a short course program, usually during the summer and mid-year breaks, and receive 1-2 units of credit within their degree.
Upcoming opportunities for the mid-year break are listed below.
Study abroad short courses with a non-partner institution
Found a course you’d like to do at a non-partner institution?
This includes many universities in China, such as the Beijing Institute of Technology’s (BIT) ACCP program. If so, please complete an application to see if your course will qualify for credit towards your degree.
“The campus is located in the city centre and the lecturers and student assistance staff are very passionate about what they do. We had some outings planned to help meet peers and get to know the local culture. Broaden your horizons, meet amazing people and enhance your ability to communicate better in different contexts.”
– Cathy Cheng,
Masters of Business Administration
NHH Norwegian School of Economics Short Course, 2019
The Faculty of Business and Law run a number of tours throughout the year. Some are discipline specific, others are faculty wide and open to all students. New Colombo Plan funding is available for many tours.
“I had never heard of Miri before the tour and wasn’t sure what to expect, but can say that it was definitely the highlight of my degree. We got to trek through the jungle, climb through caves and stay in a traditional longhouse with the Iban tribe. I can say that these are memories that will stay with me for the rest of my life.”
– Marcus Sharp,
International Business & International Relations
Malaysia Study Tour 2019
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“My biggest take away was learning how other cultures work in office environments specifically in regards to communication. The highlight for me would learning the language and being able to speak to locals after only a few weeks. This was the best study experience I have ever had and it was excellent meeting so many people.”
– Douglas Robertson,
ACICIS Business Professional Practicum