How to apply

Short term international study opportunities are usually shorter than a traditional semester exchange program, and are arranged by you – the student.

Steps to get started:


Consider your destination and type of activity. You can select from opportunities we've listed or source your own opportunity (eg: other universities or third party providers).


Contact your Program Director to discuss your options and seek approval for 4.5 units minimum credit toward your current program. Your Program Director will need to complete the Academic Credit Confirmation form (staff access only).


Apply for your short term exchange program via our Study Overseas application page. 


If you are seeking a place at one of UniSA partner Universities which are managed by UniSA your travel grant application will also act as your application for a place in your chosen overseas program.

Alternatively, if you are sourcing your own opportunity, applying for a non-UniSA managed opportunity with a partner/non-partner university, or an opportunity through a third party provider (eg: ACICIS, AIM, AIC, CISAustralia) you will need to apply directly to your chosen provider to be considered for a place in addition to submitting your application for a travel grant.


You will receive an outcome of your application and if you are eligible we will provide advice on payment of the travel grant.


Upon your return to UniSA following the successful completion of your overseas experience you will need to complete a brief report about your experience and an Application for Credit form. Attach the Program Director's approval (which the Study Overseas office will provide) to the credit form and submit to Campus Central for your credit to be processed.



Begin the application process by completing the online application form

Criteria for a travel grant

Criteria for a travel grant

Find out more about the criteria for short term study and study tours.

current opportunities

Current Opportunities

Prepare a budget appropriate to the country that you plan to study in.

Areas of study and research

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