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Staff : Study Overseas Adviser

Following is information for Study Overseas Adviser:
Staff Details

Study Overseas Adviser

8313 8220

study.overseas@adelaide.edu.au

Monday to Friday, 9AM to 5PM

If you require a personal appointment with a Study Overseas Adviser, please email study.overseas@adelaide.edu.au.

Please note: Appointments are not confirmed when your send the email. Details will be emailed to you in response to your appointment request.

Appointments should only be requested if your specific question(s) is/are not answered in any of the material provided on the Study Overseas website. Before requesting your appointment, please review these links:

  • A schedule of Exchange information sessions can be found here. Information sessions are comprehensive, interactive and a great opportunity to ask questions and hear questions posed by other students. We highly recommend you attend an information session before applying for any overseas study program, and before requesting an individual appointment.
     
  • Information and advice about the exchange process including:
    • selecting a destination and duration
    • who to contact to arrange course credit
    • estimating costs
    • eligibility
      can be found at our
      Exchange page.
  • Information about funding options such as scholarships, loans and grants can be found on our Funding page.
If you need advice about course selection and credit eligibility, please be aware that the Global Learning Office is not responsible for your course equivalencies or credit, and cannot tell you what you may or may not be able to study within your degree. You should speak to your Faculty office directly.

The Exchange Student Network is a University of Adelaide club run by students who have been on an overseas experience. If you are looking for information about what life is like studying overseas from a student's perspective, we encourage you to get in touch with them!


The Global Learning Office is not permitted to provide any advice regarding your overseas visa requirements. This is a legal requirement. Students must seek advice independently.