Warwick Virtual Exchange

As a leading global university, we’re in the unique position to be able to deliver international opportunities and experiences with our UK partner, the University of Warwick.

We’ve therefore designed an innovative virtual study program with an inspiring curriculum of online modules (units) taught by highly regarded academics from the University of Warwick.

These online modules will be delivered in short intensive blocks usually between May and June and July, and will challenge you to examine your work from an international perspective.

As part of the wider Alliance Intensive Study Program, you will enhance your global network by developing new international connections.

Program overview

Capturing the best the University of Warwick has to offer, this virtual exchange offers a curriculum of innovative online study options.

The online modules are taught in short intensive blocks usually between May, June and July.

You’ll learn from highly regarded academics and upon completion, depending on your faculty, the modules will be identified as specified credit toward major requirements or as a general elective.

This program has been carefully designed to make the most of your time and modules will run early evening Melbourne time.

The student experience

Learning collaboratively with academics and students from the University of Warwick, you’ll gain access to new global perspectives and learn to look beyond your own experience to understand the interconnectedness of the wider world.

You’ll consider new ideas, apply theory to real world issues working in teams and individually, and develop new networks, connections and friendships.

Next steps

Submit your application for this program now at the link below.

Apply Now

Applications open on 15 February, and will close 11:59pm, 22 March 2022

The Monash Warwick Alliance is an award winning partnership between Monash University and the University of Warwick. The Monash Warwick Alliance delivers enhanced learning experiences to our students through globally linked teaching, co-developed international curricula and international exchange opportunities.