Study tour courses

Do you want a course that takes you out of the classroom and into the field? Study tour courses give you the chance to do first-hand research in an overseas location.

These courses are delivered intensively and run between four to six weeks. Students undertake preparatory classes at ANU before being accompanied on the study tour by an ANU academic. Courses may incorporate language training, field work and visits to institutions.

Duration

Four to six weeks. Study tour courses are held in Summer, Autumn, Winter or Spring sessions.

Credit

Six to twelve units

Current offerings for 2015

Winter session (approx. 1 July - 30 September)

Spring session (approx. 1 October - 31 December)

Extra-curricular activities

FASStrack Asia, National University of Singapore - the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific will sponsor six undergraduate students to participate in the FASStrack Asia program at NUS in June/July 2015. To find out more and how to apply visit this link FASStrack Asia – Sponsorship for Winter Study at NUS.

Other opportunities not offered in 2015

For more information as to when these opportunities may be on offer again, please contact the CAP student centre cap.student@anu.edu.au

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Contact

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