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Rhonda L. Evans, Director HRC 3.137, Mailcode F1900, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-9607

Study Abroad in Australia or New Zealand

The University of Texas at Austin's Study Abroad Office offers graduate and undergraduate students myriad opportunities to study in Australia or New Zealand. Right now, students may choose from among 16 different programs in Australia and three in New Zealand.
To learn more about specific programs, search by country here.
To learn more about opportunities and scholarships made available by the Department of Government, see here.
To learn about UT's progam in Sydney, see here

Curriculum Integration Program

Many students are initially turned away from study abroad programs because they find them to be hard to commit to, too expensive, or that the programs would set them back from their four-year graduation plan, but the University of Texas innovative curriculum integration approach to studying abroad addresses all these issues.

The study abroad department has created major specific booklets that help guide students toward a path of studying abroad. The booklets provide a great start for students who may never have thought studying abroad was possible financially or for their major. Most all of the programs listed are exchange programs, which means that students abroad still pay their home tuition price. This makes studying abroad more affordable than other programs offered. Students can also clearly see which courses will be able to work for them abroad and still fit into their four-year degree plan. Additionally, on the My Credit Abroad Database, students can check exactly how courses they take abroad will transfer back to University of Texas.

The study abroad office has worked closely with Australian universities to profile many different universities in order to support exchange programs between them and the University of Texas and to come up with courses in Australia that match up to UT courses.UT has became the second university in the United States for sending students abroad. In addition, the number of students going to Australia has doubled since 2011. 

Programs Available

Country
Program Name Application Semesters Instruction Languages Open To
Type
Australia AGSM, Sydney Exchange Spring and Fall English MBA
Australia Australian National University Exchange Year, Spring and Fall English ALL and BBA
Australia Australian Paliament Internship Affiliate Spring and Fall English ALL
Australia Bond University Exchange Spring and Fall English LAW
Australia Flinders University Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL
Australia Maymester: Reefs & Rainforests - Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Faculty Led Maymester English ALL
Australia Maymester: Reporting on our Chaning Environment Faculty Led Maymester English ALL
Australia Melbourne Business School Exchange Spring and Fall English MBA
Australia Sydney Semester Internship Program Affiliate Spring, Summer, and Fall English ALL
Australia University of Melbourne Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL, ENGIN and LAW
Australia University of New South Wales Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL, BBA and LAW
Australia University of Queensland Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL
Australia University of Sydney Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL and LAW
Australia University of Tasmania Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL
Australia Univeristy of Technology, Sydney Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL
Australia Univeristy of Western Australia Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL and ENGIN
New Zealand University of Auckland Affiliate Spring and Fall English ALL
New Zealand University of Otago Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL and BBA
New Zealand Victoria University of Wellington Exchange Spring and Fall English ALL
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