Study Abroad

Do you want to study in Australia? Or perhaps you would prefer a Working Holiday Visa to travel and work at the same time? You have a choice!

The Study Abroad programme gives you the opportunity to study at a university in Australia.

STUDY ABROAD: study programme in an Australian university

Aims

The Study Abroad programme is available in all Australian universities and offers foreign students the opportunity to spend a semester or a year on an Australian campus. These courses are aimed at undergraduate (equivalent to the first university cycle in France) or postgraduate students.
The main drawback of this programme is that you have to pay your own tuition fees which are in the region of €4,000 per semester.

At the end of this course, you will receive an Australian degree which is not however recognised in France (unless there was a partnership agreement on your course). The classes that you took in Australia may be recognised in France if you request this when you return home.
 

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To find out more :

Website for the Study Abroad programme.

 

Date of publication May 3 2012

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