Career Strategy Fellowships Study Abroad Summer Session MyCIPE

University of Sydney

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Program Information

Location

Sydney, Australia

Terms

Academic Year, Fall, Spring

Language

English

Minimum Language Requirement

None

Areas of Focus

STEM, Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences

Structure

Direct Enrollment

Description

The University of Sydney has one of the largest study abroad programs in Australia. Each year more than one thousand students come to or go from the university through one of our established international networks. With the country's broadest range of university studies and an extensive list of international partners, the University of Sydney provides excellent opportunities for both incoming and outgoing students to internationalize their studies.

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Detailed information about this program, including courses, housing, and fees, is available on the program website.

In order to study abroad for credit, you must complete two applications. You will need to both apply to your program for admission (via the program website) and apply to Yale for approval to receive credit.

 
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Notes

Calendar

The academic year in Australia begins in February and ends in November, with a break (June/July) between the first and second semesters. Students may have to attend an orientation session prior to the start of classes.

Credit

Yale does not grant credit for pre-semester courses.

Direct enrollment vs. study abroad provider

You can choose to either apply directly through the university for admission, or apply through one of the following study abroad providers: Arcadia Global Studies, IFSA Butler or IES Abroad.

Applying through a study abroad provider still allows you to directly enroll at the university, but with an additional level of services and support. Because of these additional services, it often costs more to study abroad through a provider than to apply directly through the university. We encourage you to research both options before making a decision. If you have any questions, contact a study abroad adviser.