In order to be eligible for the exchange or study abroad program, there are some minimum requirements you must meet. These include English language and academic requirements.
Pre-approved unit options
Deakin offers a range of pre-approved units (subjects) that don’t require any assessment from faculty before you’re admitted to them. This can make your application significantly faster.
Wondering what to study?
We’ve done the hard work for you and created recommended streamlined packages in a range of study areas, such as – Australiana, Global Business, Media Now and Beyond, Sports Science, and Sex, Gender and Inclusive Societies. You can choose from these offerings or use the listing as a guide to create your unique study plan.
Specialised study options
You can search through our handbook by using keywords.
Speak with the Study Abroad office at your home university before applying to study abroad at Deakin, so that you have a good understanding of the requirements.
As a study abroad student, you'll pay tuition to Deakin as well as additional costs that contribute to activities and services for international students.
Trimester 3, 2020
|Application deadline||30 August 2020|
|Orientation||29 October 2020 (7pm AEDT)|
|Classes commence||9 November 2020|
|Intra-trimester break||21 December 2020 – 3 January 2021|
|Teaching period ends||5 February 2021|
|Study period||8 – 10 February 2021|
|Examinations||11 – 19 February 2021|
|Release of results||4 March 2021; 6pm|
Trimester 1, 2021
|Application deadline||31 January 2021|
|Orientation||22 February - 5 March 2021|
|Classes commence||8 March 2021|
|Intra-trimester break||2 April – 11 April 2021|
|Teaching period ends||28 May 2021|
|Study period||31 May – 4 June 2021|
|Examinations||7 – 18 June 2021|
|Release of results||8 July 2021, 6pm AEDT|
Trimester 2, 2021
|Application deadline||10 April 2021|
|Recommended arrival (arranging accommodation on arrival)||28 June 2021|
|Latest recommended arrival (pre-arranged accommodation)||4 July 2021|
|Welcome Session (Compulsory)||6 July 2021|
|Welcome Program Trip (Optional)||6 – 8 July 2021|
|Orientation||9 July 2021|
|Classes commence||12 July 2021|
|Intra-trimester break||16 – 22 August 2021|
|Teaching period ends||1 October 2021|
|Study period||4 – 8 October 2021|
|Examinations||11 – 22 October 2021|
|Release of results||TBC|
Trimester 3, 2021
|Application deadline||30 August 2021|
|Recommended arrival (arranging accommodation on arrival)||25 October 2021|
|Latest recommended arrival (pre-arranged accommodation)||31 October 2021|
|Orientation||1 – 5 November 2021|
|Classes commence||8 November 2021|
|Intra-trimester break||20 December 2021 – 2 January 2022|
|Teaching period ends||4 February 2022|
|Study period||7 – 9 February 2022|
|Examinations||10 – 18 February 2022|
|Release of results||TBC|
Live at Deakin
Living in Australia
Australia is a great place to live and study. Deakin’s campuses are located in Victoria – a vibrant and multicultural state. We’re famous for our high standard of living, career opportunities, wonderful food, culture and world-class sporting events. From Melbourne’s buzzing city life to the beautiful countryside, there’s nowhere else in the world like Victoria.
When moving overseas to study, there are a number of things to consider when deciding to study in another country, from the cost of living and insurance to opening your own bank account.
Why come to Deakin?
Become a global citizen
Being globally minded is an increasingly important skill for your future career. Deakin’s free Global Citizenship Program allows you to identify the skills gained through your overseas study experience and how they can enhance your employability following graduation.
Get to know Australia – at the Welcome Program
Getting to know Australia begins with Deakin’s Welcome Program for our exchange and study abroad students. The program helps students relax and adjust, meet other students and learn a little about Australian culture.
If you would like to get in touch, please feel free to send us an email.