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Dates / Deadlines:

Exchange program: Scroll down and click the big blue ‘Apply for Exchange’ button to view exchange application deadlines. These dates will tell you whether you can apply.

For Summer/Winter School, Short Programs, and all other programs: There are currently no active application cycles for these programs.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Academic Level: Undergraduate
Minimum GPA Required: 4.5 Language(s) of Instruction: Chinese, English
Language Prerequisite: [None specified] Law: Level Required: [None specified]
Housing Options: On-Campus Dormitory/Hall of Residence Study Areas: Architecture, Business (Commerce/Finance), Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Economics, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Geography, Environment and Population, Humanities & Social Sciences, Law, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Media, Molecular & Biomedical Sciences, Music, Physics
Exchange Place Availability: High availability of places Minimum Units Completed: in semester of application: 9
Minimum Units Completed: at time of exchange commencement: 18 Funded Places Available: [None specified]
Program Description:
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Exchange application process
Are you hoping to go on exchange to this institution?
When you apply for exchange, you apply to our Outbound Exchange Program and provide us with three university preferences so we know where you’d like to go.
After the deadline, we’ll assess your application and offer you the university that’s the best fit for you. If you’d like to know more about how this process works, view the Exchange page on our website.
Make sure you’ve got three universities in mind that you’d be happy to attend before you start your application (and that meet the Preference Guidelines) – then let us know what they are, in order, in the ‘Preferences and Credit’ questionnaire you’ll find in your application checklist.

- Make sure you have checked that it’s possible to go to this institution for your preferred term and duration by checking the Program Terms list, above.
- Check the Exchange Place Availability indicator, above, to see if there are places available for your preferred institutions – restrictions apply to your selections and can be found in the Preference Guidelines.
- You should commence your application at least three weeks before the application deadline to allow your Faculty enough time to provide a pre-approval for your program. You will be able to view deadlines on the Outbound Exchange Program application page when you click the button below.


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Further Questions

Try these links to learn more about how the exchange process works.

To find out more about the application process and eligibility, click here.

To find out more about funding options, click here.

If you want to know what credit you might be able to receive for overseas study, find contacts for your Faculty here.

If you need to contact Study Overseas you can do so here.

The most challenging, unexpected scenario would have to be organising trips into China and the visa process. Being an Australian and able to travel to most countries without a visa for 90 or so days, makes the Chinese visa and immigration processes particularly challenging. From having to preplan every aspect of your trip, to backing it all up with applications, receipts, paperwork and coordinating these details with my travel mates, it was hard work. This was further compounded by the Chinese Resources office having unclear directions, moving office half way through my exchange and changing requirements. At one point I received my Chinese visa only days before my flight due to the complicated process and my having to repeatedly travel to the office. Ultimately, the situation required quick thinking (like booking train tickets while in the application appointment), independence (like making executive decisions that effected my family’s travel plans to ensure things ran smoothly), trust (like trusting the system that had already proved unwilling to cooperate before) and altogether, adaptability.
     — Matthew Butler, Full Year 2017
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Please read the Program Description for how to apply.