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University of New South Wales (UNSW)
Sydney, Australia
Program Terms: Fall,
Spring
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Program Sponsor: The University of New South Wales 
Program Dates &
Deadlines:
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Restrictions: CU applicants only
Fact Sheet:
 Lang. of Instruction:
English
 Program Type:
Direct Enrollment, Internship
 Minimum GPA:
3.0 Housing: Apartment with Study Abroad Students, Camping, Dormitory/Residence Hall
 A&S Approved?:
yes Fields of Instruction: Aboriginal Studies, American Studies, Anthropology, Apparel Design, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Art History, Arts Administration, Asian Studies, Astronomy, Biochemistry, Biology, Business Management, Chemistry, Chinese Language (Mandarin), Communication, Computer science, Creative Writing, Criminology, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Drama, Early Childhood Studies, Earth sciences, Economics, Education, Engineering, English, Environmental Sciences, European studies, Film Studies, Finance, Food Science, French Studies, Gender Studies, Geography, Geology, German Studies, Government (Political Science), Graphic Design, Greek (Modern), Health & Human Services, History, Hospitality, Humanities, Interior Design, International Business, International Relations, Japanese Studies, Jewish studies, Journalism, Latin American studies, Law, Linguistics, Literature, Marine Sciences, Marketing, Media Studies, Molecular Biology, Music, Peace & Conflict Studies, Philosophy, Photography, Physics, Plant Sciences/Botany, Psychology, Public Health, Sciences, Sculpture, Social Policy, Sociology, Spanish Language, Statistical science, Swedish Language, Textiles, Theology, Tropical Ecology, Urban/Regional Planning, War Studies, Wildlife Management
 Class Rank:
grad student, junior, senior, sophomore Study Abroad Advisor : Libby Okihiro
Program Description:
Study Abroad is a fee-based option for students to study at UNSW for one or two semesters. On completion of their studies students are able to transfer credits back to their home university. You can enrol through Study Abroad even if your home university is not a partner university with UNSW.

What you can study
You can study almost any course at UNSW as long as you have the  prerequisite knowledge and meet all of the necessary requirements. As a Study Abroad student it is also possible to undertake a supervised internship placement or volunteering opportunity to gain industry experience to support the knowledge gained through your studies.

Students wishing to study at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) need to be aware of some important differences in semester dates, tuition fees, admission requirements and the application process.

Online Handbook
The UNSW Online Handbook is an up-to-date reference of all courses currently offered by UNSW. Course listings provide a short description of the course content, and information about prerequisites and the weighting (units of credit) of each course.

Not all courses are offered in both Semester 1 and Semester 2 each year so it is advisable to also check the UNSW Online Timetable. Each year, the timetable for Semester 1 is posted from mid-November the previous year, and the timetable for Semester 2 is posted in late April.

Who can apply?
To apply for the Semester Program, you need to be studying at a recognised tertiary institution and have already completed at least two years of your tertiary education. The minimum GPA requirement for entry is 3.0/4.0 or the equivalent.


Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Approx. Start Approx. End
Spring 2015 09/15/2014** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Programs may fill long before their final deadline. * Recommendation--For SPRING: APPLY in MAY to study abroad the following spring. For FALL/YEAR: APPLY in DECEMBER. Later applications are always welcome, but colleges may need time to process your approval.