Study Abroad Partners
OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE STUDENTS TO STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Study abroad program partners are non-profit or University affiliated organisations mainly based in the United States of America. These differ from registered agents of the University on business contracts who recruit students from countries or regions overseas.
There are two categories of Study abroad program partners - those who accept applications from students studying at any institution through their program, and those who only accept applications from students who are enrolled in their own institution. Click on the link for a full list of Study Abroad Program Partners.
Study Abroad students may also apply via registered agents of the University.
Visit the Study Abroad Webpage
Student Exchange Partners
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CURRENT STUDENTS TO STUDY OVERSEAS
The University of Sydney has an extensive range of student exchange partners in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
Student exchanges are either university-wide, college-level, faculty-specific or department-specific. University-wide exchanges allow you the flexibility to take courses from several faculties if this suits your degree requirements. These exchanges are administered through the International Office.
College-level, Faculty and department-specific exchanges may be administered through faculty or departmental offices and tend to be more focused on a particular discipline. Please note that some faculties do not participate in the student exchange programs as the nature of their courses are too specific to be taken overseas e.g. Medicine, Dentistry.
Please note that the University of Sydney endeavours to provide accurate program information at all times, however, we reserve the right to temporarily suspend programs, change criteria or not renew agreements without prior notice. In the event of this, the International Office will assist in the placement of applicants at other suitable destinations.
New programs may also be added from time to time. Other partner limitations or restrictions may arise from time to time. You are advised to double check program availability, program conditions and other eligibility and selection criteria with the International Office before proceeding with your application.
Visit the Student Exchange Webpage