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Study Tours & Short Programs

Dreaming of a white Christmas, or want to switch the Australian winter for a beautiful European Summer?

If a semester-long exchange or study abroad is not for you, but you still want an international study experience and a way to fast-track your degree, then a study tour or summer/winter school could be ideal! International Summer and Winter Schools are short study sessions offered by overseas institutions, where you can take intensive courses for credit across a variety of disciplines.

This page showcases current study tour and short program opportunities available to Professions Students, it also includes information about Study Abroad opportunities and how to register your own program for credit.

To see what our current students are up to overseas, visit our Professions Study Tour blog.

Please note the study tours schedule is subject to change and/or cancellation without notice.

Browse Current Opportunities

Steps to Apply

Step 1

Find a program that interests you from the list of opportunities above, alternatively visit the Study Overseas Website to explore other current opportunities that can be credited to your Professions Degree!

Step 2

If you are unsure what courses you have left to potentially take overseas and how the experience will impact graduation please make an appointment or come along to a drop-in session to speak to your Student Adviser.

Step 3

Financial assistance for study overseas could be available to you through OS-Help, the Global Learning Travel Grant or through a variety of scholarships. For updated information visit the Study Overseas Funding page.

Step 4

Once you have selected an appropriate institution or program, the next step is to apply through the Global Learning Application System (GLAS ) .

Self Reporting Programs

Can't find an opportunity above but still want to have an international experience, why not self-report your study abroad?

Below is information regarding international internships or visit the Study Overseas Website to see what other self-reporting opportunities are available.

  • International Internships & Placements

    For students looking for additional support in organising an overseas experience, third-party providers are companies that specialise in overseas study programs around the world. Choose from their suite of programs, and they'll take care of the arrangements for you (inclusions vary). Providers may offer internships, placements, volunteer opportunities, and study abroad programs.

    Please note that students will not be enrolled at the University of Adelaide when completing these study abroad opportunities and this may affect payments from Centrelink.

    Preferred Providers

    Projects Abroad Project Everest ACICIS

    Projects Abroad

    Project Everest


    New Colombo Plan Funding available for selected programs!


    Apply to the third party provider first and receive acceptance into the program. You will then need to register your program through the Global Learning Application System and request faculty approval.

    Register your Program

Milica Dobrijevic
Milica Dobrijevic

2016 ECIC European Study Tour

Our tour took us through the hilly landscapes Switzerland was famous for and we were able to walk around the city of Interlaken or sit down to a coffee and take in the scenery of the green hills and glimpses of the snowy mountains.
Fumiko Baughan

2015 ECIC Japan Study Tour

We had time for a glimpse of the past glory of Kyoto, and students are most likely planning their next visit at this very moment!
Nadim Shadiac

2014 Professions US Study Tour

In true military fashion, “chow” was served to us on stereotypical USMC trays and we had the opportunity to mingle with Marines during their lunch break.
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