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Australia - Applied Science & Career Programs

Australia Applied Science

Australia Semester– Applied Science (AAS) or Career Programs 

Semester study abroad process: 

Step 1:



Step 2: Meet with your academic advisor  to review your degree audit and program completion plan.
 
Step 3: Meet with a study abroad advisor to talk about study abroad plan. Please bring your degree audit AAS sheet.
 
Step 4: Complete the Semester Course Approval Form.pdf with the assistance of the study abroad advisor and academic advisor. 
 
Step 5: Interview with study abroad committee and if nominated for semester study abroad.
 
Step 6: Complete exchange application with Box Hill with the help of the study abroad advisor. 
 
Step 7: Prepare for travel abroad! (Book tickets, housing, etc)
 
Application Deadlines:
  • Spring 2016 Semester: October 15, 2016
  • Fall 2017 Semester: March 15, 2017
The Study Abroad Experience:

Your home base will be Box Hill Institute, located in Melbourne, Australia. This cosmopolitan, multi-cultural capital is Australia’s second-largest city, with more than three million people of more than 140 different nationalities. The student-friendly atmosphere helps make Melbourne one of the most livable cities in the world. You will experience an amazing city outside your door and outstanding academics with experiential learning opportunities.

The Course:
The Global Education Network offers its students the opportunity to study internationally at Box Hill Institute in Australia. Students can gain a unique advantage – preparing for work in a global environment.  Students will be enrolled in formal classes at a host college, and, pending visa arrangements, may choose to work abroad to supplement savings. You may receive credit for academic courses you complete on exchange, live the lifestyle of students in the host country, make new friends and have the opportunity to form lasting relationships.

Program Contact:
Ken Nesbett, Study Abroad Advisor
International Programs Office, 1154 Linn Hall
ken.nesbett@kirkwood.edu