Placements let you put into practice what you’ve learnt during your degree. When taken overseas these experiences deepen your academic perspective, and along the way open you up a world of networking opportunities that can enhance your employment and career prospects.
How does it work?
Placements are approved clinical or professional experiences taken overseas as a unit for credit, or as a ‘hurdle’ degree or certification requirement. Placements are offered in most degrees, with available units usually published in the Handbook or on faculty homepages.
Placements vary in length and timing. They can be taken individually or as part of a group, and may sometimes involve the services of an approved third party provider.
Global placements by faculty
Opportunities for Global Placements will be added to the Program Search as they become available.
The Arts faculty offers international placement opportunities to its students.
Business and Economics
The Business and Economics faculty offers a variety of international industry placements to its students.
The Education faculty offers overseas destinations where students can undertake a teaching placement. For more information, please visit their page on international placements here.
The Law faculty offers a range of international placements for students to take part in, with Faculty Organised International Placements as well as support for Student Organised International Placements.
Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
The Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences faculty offers overseas clinical placements for students.