Study tours enhance your experienceStudy Tours

The Faculty of Business and Law offers you the opportunity to participate in study tours both domestic and international at undergraduate and postgraduate level. A study tour gains you credit towards your degree but doesn't extend the length of your studies. Study tours integrate educational, cultural and practical experiences, placing your studies in context - and they're a lot of fun too!

Undergraduate tours

MountainsIndonesian Internship and Cultural program [485KB PDF]

Applications now open. This three week program in November combines a marketing internship in Jakarta with language and cultural activities in historic Yogjakarta.

Chinese lanternsEuro Business Management Tour (297KB PDF)

Earn credit towards a Management major on this 3 week Study Tour visiting the Loire Valley, Paris and Budapest in the European summer.

MountainsMalaysia Group internship

Based in Kuala Lumpur, students work in multi-disciplinary teams on projects for business or community organisations between T1 and T2.

Postgraduate tours

Chinese lanternsUSA Study Tour

Study business and marketing in three of the worlds most dynamic cities: Los Angeles, New York, Chicago. Tour includes site visits and classes from corportate and academic leaders in the field. Travel in the American summer.

Study tours for undergraduate and postgraduate students

accountingFinance International
Study Program

Applications now open. This study program blends experiential learning with traditional study units. Visit the corporations, institutions and markets of the world's financial capitals.

student at the Taj MahalIndia Commercial Law Study Tour

Applications now open. Experience the diverse, culturally rich, political and economic powerhouse of India for17 days during Trimester 3. Attend lectures and sites in Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi.

Chinese lanternsChinese Commercial Law Study Tour

Enrich your law degree with this two week study tour to the People's Republic of China. Explore foreign investment and trade law, intellectual property, joint ventures and dispute resolution between T1 And T2.

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