Whether you seek adventure, world-class universities, or a country filled with passionate sports fans, you'll find what you're looking for when you study abroad in Australia.
Our Australia study abroad programs offer opportunities to pursue elective and major studies, part- and full-time internships, and adventures in and outside the classroom. When it comes to study abroad, Australia is the place to be.
Home to some of the world’s best universities, beaches, and climates, Australia is an idea place to live and learn for a semester, summer, or year. Studying abroad in Australia lets you take advantage of all this wonderful country has to offer. But don’t just take our word for it: our semester-long direct enrollment program was recently named the GoAbroad.com’s Top Study Abroad Program! Ready for your own adventure? Apply to one of our Australia study abroad programs today!
With its spectacular harbor views and sundrenched beaches, Sydney is a vibrant city complete with Aussie sports teams to cheer on and rich arts and culture.
Located just minutes from Harbour Bridge, Sydney's Opera House is iconic of the city. The Danish architect, Jorn Utzon, was first criticized for his unique design, but later received the Pritzker Prize for it. The House offers the Concert Hall, Opera Theatre, Drama Theatre, Playhouse, and more.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Nicknamed "the Coathanger" by locals because of its arch, Sydney Harbour Bridge is the widest bridge in the world. It carries vehicles and pedestrians from the commerical business district (CBD) to the North Shore.
Bondi Beach is truly a surfer's and swimmer's paradise with beautiful waves and miles of sandy beach. In Aborigine, "Bondi" means "water breaking over the rocks." There are also countless activities to do, including sand volleyball, Sunday Bondi Beach markets, and a visit to Bondi Pavilion.
You knew studying abroad in Australia could be life changing, but it probably wasn’t until you returned home that you realize just how much life Down Under changed your mindset and habits in even the smallest ways.
Ahh everyone’s favorite game! I did my own lil 21 questions of Australia featuring some of my amazing friends that I met at Sydney Uni this semester. This video was a blast to make, but more importantly(!!) it has helped me gather ideas in preparation for when my parents, grandparents, aunts/uncles, and all my other relatives ask me wellll over 21 questions about Australia over Christmas break.