Study abroad

Study Abroad Summer and Winter opportunities

The following International Summer and Winter Schools are offered by non-exchange partners, or exchange partners where the program is not subject to the exchange agreement. This means that you will be liable for your application process and any program or tuition fees charged by the host institution. You will need to apply directly to the host institution, and register your experience in GLAS. You will need to seek approval from your Faculty for credit towards your degree, listing on this page does not guarantee credit and credit should be clarified with your Faculty before you finalise anything. Participants in these programs apply at their own risk and will not be enrolled at the University of Adelaide when completing these study abroad opportunities (which may affect payments from Centrelink).

Study Overseas recommends you do not pay any deposits to an International Summer or Winter School provider until you have registered in GLAS and have received approval from your faculty to participate in the program, evidenced in the GLAS questionnaire “02 Faculty Approval”. This faculty approval also contributes towards eligibility for an OS-HELP loan and other relevant funding and support services.

To view application instructions for each program, click or tap the green circle next to the program name.

Program name Program Dates Discipline Fees Apply via

Kansai University

Osaka, Japan

Intensive Japanese Language and Culture Course

Winter 1: 15 January – 05 February, 2020

Winter 2: 13 February – 25 February, 2020

Language and Culture JPY 140,000 - JPY 250,000

Apply directly to Kansai University by completing this application form and emailing to ijlc@ml.kandai.jp by October 31, 2019 (Winter 1) or November 29, 2019 (Winter 2).

Then register your Self-Reporting experience via GLAS.

Please discuss your eligibility to receive credit for this program with your Faculty Advisor before you apply.

Yonsei University

Seoul, Korea

Winter Abroad at Yonsei

Session 1: 27 December 2019 - 17 January, 2020

Session 2: 20 January - 04 February, 2020

Business, Economics, Management, Psychology, Arts, Humanities, Language and Culture

KRW 1,700,000 (one program) - KRW 4,500,000 (three programs)

(Note: Accommodation, travel expenses, local transport and meals are not included in the fee above.)

Apply directly via the Yonsei University website by November 15, 2019.

Then register your Self-Reporting experience via GLAS.

Please discuss your eligibility to receive credit for this program with your Faculty Advisor before you apply.

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Madrid, Spain

UAM Summer School of Economics and Business

29 June - 24 July, 2020 Business, Economics, Finance, Marketing

EUR1,299 - EUR1,999

(Note: Accommodation, travel expenses and some meals are not included in the fee above.)

Apply directly to UAM by completing this application form and emailing to uamsseb@uam.es (along with required documentation) by May 31, 2020. Applications submitted before February 28, 2020 receive a 12.5% discount.

Then register your Self-Reporting experience via GLAS.

Please discuss your eligibility to receive credit for this program with your Faculty Advisor before you apply, noting that this program overlaps with the University of Adelaide exam period for Semester 1, 2020.

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Shanghai, China

SJTU Global Summer School

Session A only:

09 July - 24 July, 2020

Architecture, Arts, Computer Science, Engineering, Humanities

RMB 5,400

(Note: Accommodation, travel expenses, cultural trips, local transport and meals are not included in the fee above.)

Apply directly via the SJTU website between December 01, 2019 and April 30, 2020.

Then register your Self-Reporting experience via GLAS.

Please discuss your eligibility to receive credit for this program with your Faculty Advisor before you apply.

Third party providers

Third party providers offer a range of overseas study experiences for students from all disciplines.

In some cases, such as when a program attracts New Colombo Plan funding, the third party provider program you're undertaking may be internally managed by the Study Overseas team. These managed programs may have differed deadlines and requirements. If you're not sure, please check the funded programs list before commencing an application or registering your study in GLAS. You should apply for these programs through the listing in GLAS.

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