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  • Locations: Brussels, Belgium; Heidelberg, Germany; London, United Kingdom; Strasbourg, France; Stuttgart, Germany
  • Program Terms: Summer School
  • Restrictions: Only Study Overseas applicants may apply through GLAS
  • Budget Sheets: Summer School
  • Please read the Program Description for how to apply.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Study Tour Number of Units' Credit: 03
Academic Level: Postgraduate, Undergraduate Study Tours: Governing Faculty: Faculty of the Professions (Business and Economics)
Program Description:
Let's get Fiscal 2020

Have you ever wanted to study Accounting & Finance at Oxford University? How about visiting a fin-tech incubator in the UK and participating in a live stock exchange simulation in Stuttgart? Or perhaps learning more about different cultures and exploring historical sites while studying in Europe? The 2020 Let’s Get Fiscal European Study Tour scheduled during the summer school period is the perfect opportunity for you to combine both study and travel in Europe.
This is a 20-day intensive study tour to UK, France and Germany to provide students with new insights to the areas of accounting and finance on a global scale which is essential to any business degree in the 21st century.
This exclusive tour will include a series of lectures in Accounting and Finance held at prestigious universities such as Oxford University, EM Strasbourg University, the University of Stuttgart and organisations such as the International Accounting Standards Board and the Bank of England to enable students to discover the importance of these areas in the world economy. While the content of each tour varies students will gain academic and practical insight into Refinitiv in the UK and major banks in Europe, take part in a simulated trading activity at Stuttgart Stock Exchange and a role play demonstrating the decision making process of the European Parliament, and have access to seeing how cutting edge companies such as Mercedes Benz operate.
Read the Let’s Get Fiscal blog to see what students did and thought of the tour in 2019.

Dates: This program runs from 11 January to 02 February, 2020.

Students will need to attend two compulsory sessions before departure. One during semester 2 and another during the week before departure.

Program Fee
Program fee for this study tour is AUD$6,000 - $6,500 (final program fee will be confirmed after acceptance into the program). Follow this link for the program fee cost breakdown.

The program fee includes economy return airfare, shared accommodation, some meals, land transfers and some sightseeing tours and entrance tickets into cultural sites.

Students will need to cover any other additional expenses such as transfer to and from Adelaide Airport, food and beverages, and clothing. Any visas required are also to be organised by the students, visa fees are not included).

In addition to the study tour program fee listed above, University of Adelaide tuition costs will be charged for the enrolled course.

Financial Assistance

Eligible students may also access up to AUD$6,791 of funding from an OS-Help loan.

Comprehensive travel insurance is provided free of charge by the University of Adelaide for students receiving credit for this program.

Please note that students may need to pay the program fee, international flights and accommodation costs up-front before financial assistance is processed by the University. Please review the Study Overseas website to check your eligibility to receive financial assistance. 

Eligibility and Selection

This program is open to all Professions undergrad and postgrad students. Those students wishing to apply for OS-HELP must have completed at least 24 units which need to be recorded on their transcripts at the time of application and must have at least 3 units of elective study to complete.

The tour is limited to 20 students. Selection for this tour will be made based on a combination of GPA and responses to the ‘About Me’ questionnaire within the GLAS application.
  • Students must have successfully completed:
    a) At least one semester at the University
    b) Both CORPFIN 1002 Business Finance I and ACCTING 1002 Introductory Accounting I OR CORPFIN 7005 Principles of Finance (M) and ACCTING 7019 Accounting Concepts & Methods (M)
  • The tour leader will shortlist applicants based on a combination of GPA and application responses
  • Shortlisted students will be required to attend an interview and will be assessed on their:
            a) interpersonal and cross cultural skills
            b) ability to work under pressure in a foreign environment
            c) ability to work autonomously as well as in a team setting
            d) leadership skills
  • The Faculty of Professions will conduct a degree check for each shortlisted student and approve the student for credit. This is an automatic internal process and students do not have to take any action for this to occur.
  • After the Faculty of Professions has completed the degree check, students will be notified of their application outcome by Study Overseas.
  • Students will be required to pay an AUD$500 deposit within 14 days of their selection for this program.


Academic Credit

Students will be enrolled into the appropriate course for Summer School, 2020 once course details have been confirmed.

This will be counted as 3 units of general elective credit or broadening elective credit.

Please note that the usual tuition fees still apply for the enrolled course, in addition to the program fee listed above.

Application and Deadlines

  • Check eligibility against criteria above
  • Create your application by clicking 'Apply Now' before the deadline.
  • Applications will be accessed and accepted on a rolling basis up until June 30, 2019. Places on tour may be filled before this time as the first round of interviews will be in April.
  • Students will be merit-selected for this program. Applications will be assessed on the following:
    • Applicant’s answers to the ‘About Me’ Questionnaire in their GLAS application
    • Applicant’s GPA
    • Relevant courses that the applicant has already completed (as specified on the applicant’s University transcript)

Contact Information

For more information about the Let’s Get Fiscal Study Tour program, including academic and program content, please contact Associate Professor Robyn Davidson from the Adelaide Business School.

For information about applications and administration, please contact Study Overseas.


Please read the Program Description for how to apply.