Important notice

In light of the continued risk and uncertainty around travel, all international travel on university business is suspended until further notice, unless otherwise specified. Please see the University’s COVID-19 updates page for full details.

Additionally, UniSA International Travel Grants are also unavailable and may not be reinstated by the time international travel is available again. When planning your future study overseas experience, please budget accordingly. OS-HELP and other Government grants and scholarships may still apply.

Please don’t let COVID-19 put your plans on hold. Use this time to plan for your future. The Study Overseas team remain as passionate as ever about the benefits of studying overseas and are here to assist if you have any questions. Please contact us if you’d like to discuss your future plans.

Study tours refers to UniSA-led tours, where you travel with a group of UniSA students and a member/s of UniSA staff to the same location. Study tours are usually around 2-3 weeks long, but may vary. Participating in a Study Tour is a fantastic way of immersing yourself in another country and culture for a short period of time, and allows you to try out overseas travel and study with fellow students and UniSA staff supervision. If you haven’t travelled much before, or just don’t want to worry about planning all the daily details, these are a great opportunity!

UniSA runs a number of international study tours each year which are which are arranged by a University School or Academic staff member.

Upcoming Study Tour opportunities will be circulated to students from within your unit as they become available, and applications are managed by the Tour facilitator. If you’d like to hear about what tours may be available for you this year, contact your Program Director or the Academic Unit Office.

If you are able to receive at least 4.5 units of credit for participating on the study tour and you meet the other eligibility criteria, you may be able to receive funding from the University in the form of a travel grant. Some study tours may also attract Australian Government Funding, generally in the form of the a New Colombo Plan grant.

Please refer to the Funding and Scholarships page for more information.