Australia and New Zealand

Australia

Melbourne - University of Melbourne

University of Melbourne, Australia - Arcadia University College of Global Studies

Why study at the University of Melbourne?

  •     Top-twenty world ranking in one of Australia’s largest and most diverse cities
  •     Opportunity for study in your major while taking courses in a variety of other fields, including interdisciplinary areas such as Australian and Aboriginal Studies, Asian Studies, Environmental Studies, and Women's Studies
  •      Classes available in natural and applied sciences, mathematics, and computer science      Student Union sponsors over 100 organizations and wide variety of campus activities
  •      Open to all majors.  The university offers courses in most subjects and is most suitable for students who wish to study primarily in their major or concentration.

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall semester (July to November) or spring semester (February to July)

Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:
Campus Program Advisers:
Professor Sharpe         Science 2035
Professor Fennell        Steiner
Richard Bright            Macy 108
Jonathan Larson          Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:
Arcadia University College of Global Studies | 866-927-2234 | educationabroad[at]arcadia[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:
Beijing, China: Contemporary Issues (IES)
Kunming, China: Regional Development in China and Southeast Asia (IES)
Shanghai, China: International Business and Economics (Alliance for Global Education)
Delhi, India: Middlebury School in India – St. Stephen’s College or Lady Shri Ram College
Seoul, South Korea: Yonsei University - Underwood International College (CIEE)
New Zealand: University of Otago (Arcadia)
South Africa: University of Cape Town (IES)

Queensland - Tropical Rainforest Studies - School for Field Studies (SFS)

Queensland – Tropical Rainforest Studies – School for Field Studies (SFS)

Why study on the SFS program in Australia?

  •     Field studies in the Daintree Rainforest, home to unique plant and animal species
  •     Learn principles of rainforest restoration and management
  •     Examine local and national policies for protecting endangered ecosystems
  •     Research causes of environmental degradation and evaluate current responses  

Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

Biology
Environmental Studies
Environmental Protection and Conservation
Policy Studies

Language of instruction: English

Calendar:  Fall or spring semester

Prerequisites:  Minimum: one semester of biology.  Recommended: Environmental Studies

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:
Campus Program Adviser:
Professor J. Brown      Science 1204

For specific questions about how the program operates:
School for Field Studies | 800-989-4418 | admissions[at]fieldstudies[dot]org

Students often also consider the following options:
Caribbean – Turks and Caicos Islands: Marine Resource Studies (SFS)
Costa Rica: Costa Rica: Tropical Biology on a Changing Planet (OTS)
Costa Rica: Field Research in the Environment, Social Sciences, and Humanities (ACM)
New Zealand: University of Otago (Arcadia)
South Africa: African Ecology and Conservation  (OTS)
Tanzania: Ecology and Human Origins (ACM)
USA: Massachusetts: Semester in Environmental Science - MBL Ecosystems Center

New Zealand

Dunedin - University of Otago (Arcadia)

University of Otago, New Zealand - Arcadia University College of Global Studies

Why study at the University of Otago?

  • · New Zealand’s oldest university located on the beautiful South Island
  •    Residential campus with vibrant student life in medium-sized university town
  •    Study in your major while taking courses in a variety of other fields
  •    Classes available in most subjects, including natural and applied sciences
  •    Education program with teaching practicum for Grinnell education licensure students

    Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in the following subject areas:

Anthropology
Asian Studies
Biochemistry
Bioethics
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Business Studies
Education
Environmental Studies
English           
Film and Media Studies
Economics
Film Studies
Geology
History
Maori Studies
Music
Neuroscience
Political Science
Public Health
Marine Science
Psychology
Sociology
Sustainability
Theatre

·          Language of instruction: English

·         Calendar:  Fall semester (July to November) or spring semester (February to July)

·         Prerequisites:  Minimum GPA: 3.0

To obtain advising about the program as an academic choice:
Campus Program Advisers:
Professor Sharpe         Science 2035
Richard Bright            Macy 108
Jonathan Larson          Macy 107

For specific questions about how the program operates:
Arcadia University College of Global Studies | 866-927-2234 | educationabroad[at]arcadia[dot]edu

Students often also consider the following options:
Melbourne, Australia: University of Melbourne (Arcadia)
Beijing, China: Contemporary Issues (IES)
Kunming, China: Regional Development in China and Southeast Asia (IES)
Shanghai, China: International Business and Economics (Alliance for Global Education)
Delhi, India: Middlebury School in India – St. Stephen’s College or Lady Shri Ram College
Seoul, South Korea: Yonsei University - Underwood International College (CIEE)
South Africa: University of Cape Town (IES)