Go Global with the Faculty of the Professions
Want an international experience as part of your degree? The Professions Student Support Hub can help you get there.
International study is a valuable addition to any degree and this is especially true for those in the Faculty of the Professions. Graduates can set themselves apart with enhanced cultural awareness and international networks.
The University of Adelaide has exchange agreements all over the world. You can see a complete list on the Global Learning website. We have found the most popular Universities for Business, Economics and Finance students are:
- (Belgium) KU Leuven
- (Denmark) Aarhus University
- (Denmark) Copenhagen Business School
- (Finland) Aalto University
- (France) Audencia Business School
- (France) University of Strasbourg
- (Germany) HHL Leipzig
- (Italy) Bocconi University
- (Italy) Ca' Foscari University of Venice
- (Netherlands) Maastricht University
- (Netherlands) Utrecht University
- South America
- North America
In the Faculty, you have the opportunity to undertake a semester or year-long Exchange, or a Short Study Program at a multitude of leading universities world-wide.
Here's how you can get started:
1) Booking a time to see your relevant Program Adviser to plan your personal study plan and see when is the best time for you to do an exchange;
3) Coming and having a chat to our Global Study Coordinator to find the matching courses overseas and who is available to support you in all stages of your overseas study experience.
The Faculty may also provide some financial assistance to study overseas.
Faculty of the Professions Study Tours
Expand your knowledge, set yourself apart from other students, develop international networks, discover new places and improve your career prospects.
These are just some of the benefits of participating in a study tour. To see what our current students are up to overseas, visit our Professions Study Tour blog.
If a semester long exchange or study abroad is not for you, but you still want an international study experience, then a short study tour program could be ideal.
Email the Professions Global Team if you have further questions.
Please note that Australian Award Scholarship holders from overseas are not eligible to undertake an overseas Study Tour.
Please note the study tours schedule is subject to change and/or cancellation without notice.
|21 Jan - 10 Feb||U.K., Germany & France
View the Tour Itinerary
|Accounting and Finance||20 days||
3 Units of General or Broadening Elective (UG/PG)
|5 July - 21 July||
|Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship||17 days||
|16 Sept - 30 Sept||
Johannesburg, South Africa
|Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation||14 days||
Once selected student will receive ENTREP 3050 (UG students) or ENTREP 7050 (PG students)
- Short Programs
Summer Around the World 2017
Dreaming of a white Christmas and Winter Wonderland this year? Escape the Australian summer at home, fast track your degree and study while exploring beautiful European destinations. What's more, OS-HELP could fund the whole trip (eligibility criteria apply). Our partner Universities have exciting opportunities for undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students. What’s stopping you?
Available Intensive Programs in 2017 University Program Dates Deadline Credit Fee^ & Enrolment Audencia Business School Audencia Winter Program 4 - 20 January 2017 4 November
Determined at the time of application Adelaide tuition and enrollment Aarhus University Danish & European Business in a Global Perspective 9 – 20 January 2017 4 November
Determined at the time of application
Adelaide tuition and enrollment
Paris School of Business Paris School of Business Winter Sessions 9 – 20 January 2017 30 November 2016 Determined at the time of application Program fee:
Fees paid directly to Paris School of Business.
Applications submitted directly to Paris School of Businessby 30 November, 2016.Then register Self-Report experience via GLAS.
For further information or questions, please contact our Global Study Coordinator.
^All students participating in short study programs are responsible for their own travel and accommodation related expenses, and any other administrative fees outlined by the host university (unless noted otherwise).
- Double Degrees
Double your Master Degree in International Business
Are you currently studying or considering studying the Master of International Business?
Now you can spend one year studying at The University of Adelaide and one year studying in Europe - and receive two degrees!
Click on the links below to find out more information.
- SCRIBE 21 Double Degree Program (France, Italy, Hungary)
- Leipzig Graduate School of Management (HHL) - Germany
- Ecole de Management Strasbourg (EM Strasbourg) - France
Double Degree MIB - University of Strasbourg, France 2013/2014The Double Degree program was an academic challenge that I am very proud I accomplished. Studying with and among different nationalities was very interesting and a pleasure. The experience definitively added value to my resume.
Double Degree MIB - University of Strasbourg, France 2013/2014Doing a Double Degree was one of the best decisions I ever made! It gave me the opportunity to have an amazing international experience that enabled me to enhance my knowledge both professionally and personally. It was academically challenging and I now feel more confident analysing the diverse forces shaping international business environments and operations. I also believe that my global network has been strengthened and I think it will make a big difference on my resume and in the business world.
SCRIBE21 Double Degree MIB - University of Adelaide 2014/2015
The SCRIBE21 Double Degree was undoubtedly the highlight of my academic career. I studied my second masters at EM Strasbourg, one of the highest ranked Grande Écoles [Elite Schools] in France. Not only was I able to fast track 2 Master’s Degrees, and improve my language skills, I was able to work abroad, make a myriad of new friends, and experience diverse cultures and cities. France is a uniquely beautiful country, rich in history and cultural significance. From the pastries to the wine, the culture and the arts, you’ll be amazed at every turn.
SCRIBE21 Double Degree MIB - University of Adelaide 2014/2015
The Scribe 21 Double Degree Program has been without a doubt the defining experience of my Tertiary Education.
Over the course of two incredible years, I have been given the opportunity to study within two distinct educational contexts, heightened my international employability through an internship in Munich, Germany and developed my international business knowledge in a number of engaging courses.
Despite the challenges of a new environment and foreign language, meeting students from across Europe and further afield has enhanced my cultural sensitivity, while the intensive sessions provided an in-depth look into pressing international issues, expanding my perspective of world events.
I would recommend this program to anyone interested in the bigger picture of economics and international business. With an open mind and curious attitude, the program will provide countless opportunities and a distinctive experience.
Study Abroad and Exchange
Through the Exchange Program students can study one or two semesters with partner institutions in over 25 countries.
The first step is to attend an Information Session through the Global Learning office and to read all the information on the website including the exchange partners.
Following this, please make an appointment with your relevant Program Adviser to discuss your study plan. Careful planning from as early as the first year of your degree is preferable and if possible you should plan to study electives on your exchange.
Lastly, the Global Study Coordinator can assist with matching courses overseas and provide support and assistance throughout your overseas study experience.
Professions Study Tour Blog More
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 20 & 21: Homeward bound – by Ashlee FischerDeparture day had arrived. We were all extremely grateful that Robyn had organised for a train ride to Frankfurt rather than the plane ride, relieving us of excess luggage charges on the domestic flight and giving some of us an extra 2 hours to sleep. The remainder of us decided to stay up until approximately […]Mon, 13 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 19: Porsche Museum – by Sam CoxThe morning’s activity options included a walking tour of Stuttgart old town or a trip to the coveted Porsche museum. Several of the boys and I chose the latter and it didn’t disappoint. The Porsche museum tour takes you through their prestigious racing history, the evolution of the Porsche brand, and their technological achievements that […]Mon, 13 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 19: Stuttgart – by George BourasIn the morning of the second last day of the Study Tour, we were able to experience the sights of Stuttgart. The majority of the group enjoyed a city tour of the centre of Stuttgart, including the stately Schlossgarten in the centre of the city. A few other more automotively-minded students decided instead to visit […]Mon, 13 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 18: University of Hohenheim and airport visit – by Zoha KazmiWe had an early start to Day 18, heading straight to the tram station after breakfast, at 7:30 am. After catching two trams and a bus to the University of Hohenheim campus, being the typical university students that we are, our first stop was the cafeteria to grab a quick fix of coffee. The first […]Mon, 13 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 17: Classes in a Palace – by Fatemeh AfzaliDay 17 took an interesting turn. Our original plan of visiting the Stuttgart Stock Exchange got cancelled and it is fair to say we were not happy about it. However, we ended up getting a really interesting lecture from one of our own, James Lanthois. We were unsure about the lecture since it was from […]Mon, 13 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 16: Hohenschwangau Castle & Neuschwanstein Castle – by Maggie BeukesWe started off our day with a little bit of a sleep in, leaving Munich at 9am via coach towards Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein Castles. The 2 hour bus ride took us into the charming area of Fussen, where we saw snow for the first time. Unfortunately it was not cold enough for proper snow fall, […]Thu, 9 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 15: Munich – by Kosta PagonisToday, was our first day of exploring the beautiful German city of Munich. We left from our hostel at 9am and made our way onto the Munich underground, into the city centre. I find it amazing how almost every city in Europe has such an efficient underground train system. After taking two trains, we finally […]Wed, 8 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 14: Strasbourg to Munich – by Nicholas BannisterAn early morning departure from the Citadines Strasbourg meant one thing, the final leg of our journey was approaching and we were heading to Germany! We departed the Strasbourg rail station to begin our relatively short trip across the Franco-German border to Stuttgart where we were promptly met by the University of Hohenheim’s Jan. However, […]Wed, 8 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 13 – by Thomas BloklandAfter what felt like an infinitesimally short sleep, we staggered to EM Strasbourg Business School for our last lecture of the week. This 4-hour session taught us about the old and new worlds of wine-making and the differences between them. Traditionalism is forced into some parts of the old world like France through regulation and […]Wed, 8 Feb 2017
2017 European Study Tour (Accounting & Finance) Day 12: La Cave historique des Hospices de Strasbourg – by Daniela BaggioDay 12 began with yet another early morning start to commute to EM Strasbourg for our next wine industry lecture. We were treated to a highly engaging lecture about the importance of intercultural management and diversity from Dr Kevin MacGabhann. There was a moment of realisation of just how lucky we are when he highlighted […]Wed, 8 Feb 2017