The Faculty of Arts invites high achieving students to undertake study overseas for credit towards their degree.
And students from around the world are invited to study at the Faculty of Arts. Visit the Melbourne Global Mobility website for more information. If you have been accepted to study within the Faculty see the incoming students page.
As an exchange student, you can study for a single semester or full year at one of over 118 of the University’s partner institutions, in countries such as the USA, China, France, Norway, Canada, Germany, India, Singapore, Indonesia, New Zealand, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Lithuania, Ireland, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Taiwan, Mexico, Thailand, and the UK.
- Outgoing exchange
- Commencing outgoing exchange
- Incoming exchange (coming to the University of Melbourne)
Study Abroad allows students to study at an overseas institution that does not have an Exchange agreement with the University of Melbourne.
Overseas intensive programs
Arts students, particularly those who are learning a language, may wish to study overseas but are either unable or unwilling to commit themselves to a minimum semester-long program. These students may wish to participate in an intensive program run at an overseas institution during the University of Melbourne's winter or summer break.
Overseas intensive subjects
The School of Culture and Communication and the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies teach subjects overseas as one-month intensive fieldwork programs in the summer or winter non-teaching period. See the school websites for more information on the entry requirements.
The Faculty of Arts has a small number of scholarships available to students each year.
The Faculty of Arts Exchange Enabling Scholarships provide funding to students who might not be able to consider an overseas experience because of financial constraints or those who could benefit from additional financial support to enhance their experience. Funding will be assessed and awarded on a needs basis. Applicants are required to provide supporting documentation that attests to the disadvantage experienced.
Applications close on Friday 30th May 2014.