Study abroad in Australia or New Zealand with AustraLearn, the North American Center for Australian and New Zealand Universities.
AustraLearn, a non-profit organization, provides students with study abroad opportunities in Australia and New Zealand at the college/university level. Students may study abroad for a semester or year or earn an entire degree at one of 26 major universities, participate in a study abroad specialty program, or complete a high quality internship.
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
RMIT is one of Australia's largest universities with over 71,000 students (28,000 internaitonal students) and is located in the thriving city of Melbourne, in the state of Victoria. RMIT has a very prestigous history dating back to 1887 and is divided into three academic colleges: 1) Business, 2) Design and Social Context, and 3) Science, Engineering and Health. There are many courses to choose from and WCU students are able to study abroad for one semester at RMIT on exchange (tuition & fees paid to WCU as usual) making this an excellent opportunity.
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University of the Sunshine Coast (USC)
Located just north of the city of Brisbane in the state of Queensland, USC is Australia's most modern and fastest grown public university with 8,000 students. It is situated in the heart of a wildlife reserve and a mob of kagaroos regularly lounge about the grounds of the 100 hecatre campus soaking up the region's tropical climate. USC boasts a wide range of classes available particularly in the areas of Business & Information Technology, Communication & Design, Education, Health, Humanities & Social Science, and the Sciences. WCU students are able to study abroad at USC for one semester on exchange or by direct enrollment.