Intern in Brisbane

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Work in the sunny capital of Queensland.

Brisbane may be known for being more laid back, but this city packs in the authentic Australian experiences. But don’t get the wrong idea – with its eclectic art and music scenes, Brisbane can hold its own. With seasonally warmer weather than Sydney (and a more affordable cost-of-living), Brisbane is surrounded by nature, including coastal islands, lakes, forests, and the Brisbane River, which runs right through the city. Live and work in navigable Brisbane, often described as a large country town with access to a lot of adventure.


What to Expect:

  • Language: English
  • Average Courseload: N/A
  • GPA Requirement: 2.5

Highlights:

  • Brisbane's clean aesthetic gives the appearance that it's all business, but beneath its facade you'll find a humble, friendly demeanor
  • Enjoy the cafe culture in a city that takes its coffee as seriously as anything else
  • Positioned between modest mountains, lush forests, and stunning coastline, from your base in Brisbane you have 360 degrees of adventure potential
  • Soak up the culture in the city's abundant museums, galleries, and public spaces

Internship Placements

Advertising & PR internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Advertising & PR placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Communications and PR Intern with Local Agency</h4>

Communications and PR Intern with Local Agency

Gain experience in the world of communications and public relations! Interns will have the opportunity to assist with developing and implementing PR strategies, and help to establish and maintain relationships with the media, other organizations, and individuals. Assist in the preparation of case studies, press releases, speeches, articles, annual reports, brochures, handouts, photographs, website content management, social media, and other multimedia.

Architecture internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Architecture placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Architecture Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Architecture Intern in Brisbane

Architectural interns have the opportunity to work on projects at varying levels of completion, from design development, to planning approvals, to site visits and project management. While working as part of a team, you will be able to gain experience in model making and creating visualizations, working with computer-aided design programs (CAD), and familiarizing yourself with local building codes and design standards. You’ll also gain a comparative appreciation of Australian building codes, environmental assessments, materials, and the workplace in general.

Art and Design internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Art and Design placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Graphic Design Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Graphic Design Intern in Brisbane

Hone your graphic design skills through an internship in Brisbane. Between its robust commerce and creative arts sectors, Brisbane is home to a variety of organizations with graphic design needs, including design studios, advertising and PR agencies, branding and marketing specialists, and publishers. You’ll likely find yourself placed within the creative or marketing team, collaborating with copywriters, photographers, illustrators, web developers, and marketing specialists, among others.

<h4>Arts Administration Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Arts Administration Intern in Brisbane

Intern in one of Australia’s organizations for the arts! Opportunities exist in the museum sector, art galleries, independent cinemas, orchestras, theaters, local and central government, and more. Depending on placement, interns will have the opportunity to develop and deliver events, collaborate with arts professionals, learn the day-to-day operations of an arts organization, raise awareness for community issues, or learn about marketing and fundraising in an arts environment.

Business & Economics internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Business & Economics placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Business Administration Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Business Administration Intern in Brisbane

Learn about the daily operations of running a business with this administrative internship! Assist with the general administrative duties of the organization, such as greeting clients, scheduling meetings, organizing files, email correspondence, proofreading materials, data input, bookkeeping, and minute taking during meetings. A business administration internship is an invaluable opportunity to learn how to communicate with executives, staff and board members, and gain a more nuanced understanding of how businesses operate.

<h4>Human Resources Generalist in Brisbane</h4>

Human Resources Generalist in Brisbane

Interested in human resources and/or recruitment? An HR internship in Brisbane, Australia will enable you to gain a deeper understanding of the different aspects of the Human Resources field through a diverse range of tasks, including recognition programs, new contract generation, background checks, employee relations, performance reviews, and recruitment and interviewing. Depending on your background and interests, you might find yourself with a host organization in any number of Brisbane’s diverse institutions, including business, education, engineering, hospitality, law, science, and more.

<h4>Economics and General Business Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Economics and General Business Intern in Brisbane

Economics interns can gain experience with host organizations of all sizes, within a variety of industries, and in both the public and private sectors. In addition to gaining general business skills and professional development, you’ll also put to use your economics background through responsibilities such as implementing staff compensation and benefits packages, contributing to corporate investments, and developing an understanding of market trends. Depending on your experience and interests, you may also find yourself in a specialized position in a firm dealing in accounting, finance, trade and logistics, or marketing.

Education internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Education placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Teacher’s Assistant in a Local School in Brisbane</h4>

Teacher’s Assistant in a Local School in Brisbane

Put your education studies to the test in a school in Brisbane. An education internship will place you in a teacher’s assistant capacity at a local school where you’ll learn from teachers and assist them in and out of the classroom. A wide variety of placements are available so you’ll likely find a good fit according to your specialties.

Engineering internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Engineering placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Biochemical Engineering Internship in Brisbane</h4>

Biochemical Engineering Internship in Brisbane

An internship in biochemical engineering in Brisbane can be focused in either Biomedical Engineering or Chemical Engineering. Biomedical Engineering interns will have ample opportunity to develop their project management skills by helping to oversee the project schedule, including the timely delivery of material and equipment. They will also gain experience preparing designs and specifications, assessing potential risks, making sure that all health and safety guidelines are met, as well as compiling and submitting reports. Chemical Engineering interns will assist with designing and conducting tests, making models of products, and chemical experiments. Interns will also assist with modifying and retesting products, and recording and analyzing data, and learning how to identify customer requirements.

<h4>Mechanical Engineering Intern at Auto Parts Manufacturer</h4>

Mechanical Engineering Intern at Auto Parts Manufacturer

Work for an international automotive parts designer and supplier that provides thermoformed automotive parts to manufacturers in forty different countries. Gain hands-on experience in product design from computer-aided design development all the way to the testing and evaluation stages, working not just with your engineering team, but collaborating with team members from other sectors. Develop a comprehensive understanding of the manufacturing field and the relationships between different actors, including suppliers, customers, and subcontractors, while honing your project management and data analysis skills.

<h4>Mining Engineering Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Mining Engineering Intern in Brisbane

Work with leading researchers in the field of resource sustainability. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the global minerals industry, from mineral extraction and processing, to workplace safety and community engagement. Duties range from chemical engineering tasks to data collection and analysis, including the opportunity to become familiar with interpreting post-simulation data from and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and digital evaluation models (DEMs).

Environmental & Sustainability internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Environmental & Sustainability placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Health and Safety and Environmental Consulting Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Health and Safety and Environmental Consulting Intern in Brisbane

Gain experience in technical risk management working with some of Australia’s leading consultancies in the field of occupational health and safety and environmental consulting. Assist with environmental monitoring, both indoor and outdoor, as well as conduct tests to evaluate risk. Develop a nuanced understanding of hydraulic systems, waste classification, hazardous material management, and HVAC systems, among others. Hone essential business skills, such as cost estimation and customer invoicing, while also spending time in the lab, assisting with water quality assessments, treatment reviews, and writing lab reports.

<h4>Environment and Sustainability Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Environment and Sustainability Intern in Brisbane

Environment and sustainability internships in Brisbane provide you with some of the many technical, analytical, interpersonal, and scientific skills that comprise an experienced professional in the field. Prepare yourself for a fulfilling career by assisting with research, analyzing laboratory data, monitoring systems, and assessing landscapes. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the field, interns are placed in a variety of organizations spanning multiple sectors, including health, education, wildlife reserves and animal rehabilitation, various conservation organizations, and research institutions.

Fashion internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Fashion placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Fashion Design Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Fashion Design Intern in Brisbane

Head to Brisbane for hands-on experience in fashion design or manufacturing. Fashion design interns will find themselves immersed in a dynamic work environment, assisting with any or all steps from concept to final product. Depending on your host organization and your timing, you might assist with identifying trends, sourcing ideal fabrics, designing, project management, production, marketing, and/or sales.

Finance internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Finance placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Accounting Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Accounting Intern in Brisbane

Immerse in a local business in Brisbane with an accounting internship. You’ll not only apply your accounting studies and improve your skill set, but you can also expect to learn how accounting is done down under. Tasks that past accounting interns have undertaken include conducting expense audits, processing business activity statements, overseeing accounts payable and receivable, reporting on depreciation and amortization, and maintaining spreadsheets.

<h4>Finance Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Finance Intern in Brisbane

Head down under for a new financial perspective! Embed yourself in a local business in one of Brisbane’s diverse range of industries. You may find yourself managing budgets and financial records, assisting with accounting, or keeping your finger on the pulse of the financial markets. You’ll likely hone your skills in spreadsheets, preparing financial statements, and reporting.

Government & Politics internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Government & Politics placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>International Relations Intern in Brisbane</h4>

International Relations Intern in Brisbane

Deepen your knowledge of foreign and domestic affairs with an international relations internship in Brisbane. Depending on your experience and interests, you could be placed in a variety of organizations and industries, ranging from consulting firms, to government agencies, to educational institutions. Past interns’ duties have included interpreting and analyzing international policies, engaging with qualitative and quantitative research, and contributing to social policies for international business operations.

<h4>Political or Legal Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Political or Legal Intern in Brisbane

Gain insight into Australia’s political and/or judicial systems by interning with a government agency, political party, campaign organization, interest group, judicial institution, or law firm. Depending on your placement, you might assist with election campaigns, event planning, presentation preparation, conducting research, and drafting memos. You’ll also have the opportunity to hone essential administrative skills, such interacting with the constituency via phone and email, assisting with mailings, and maintaining records.

Health internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Health placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Health and Medical Science Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Health and Medical Science Intern in Brisbane

Health and medical science internships in Brisbane are available in three subsectors: biotechnology, biochemistry, and pharmaceutical. Biotechnology interns assist with software development, creating testing environments for technology, develop scientific writings skills, and gain a nuanced understanding of how biotechnology can be applied in society. Biochemistry interns gain exposure in a laboratory setting, making observations and conclusions based on lab results. Pharmaceutical interns assist with the development of new therapeutic drugs, monitoring for potency, concentration, and precision. Interns will assist with research, problem solving, and reviewing laboratory and toxicology results.

<h4>Food Science Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Food Science Intern in Brisbane

As a food science intern in Brisbane, you might have a client-facing role, assessing dietary needs and designing personalized meal plans. Or, you might find yourself among a team of health professionals, contributing your nutritional advice to a more holistic health and well-being regimen. If research is your thing, Brisbane’s academic and scientific communities are prime for young, eager minds with a food science background.

Hospitality internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Hospitality placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Hospitality and Tourism Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Hospitality and Tourism Intern in Brisbane

Brisbane draws people from both near and far, for everything from big business to pure leisure between its commercialized city center to its idyllic islands. As an intern in the hospitality and tourism industry in Brisbane, you’ll provide a pleasant experience in a travel agency, hotel, theme park, resort, restaurant, or other such place. You can expect to interact with customers and your teammates, and perform a set of operational duties according to your role.

Hospitality Tourism & Event Planning internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Hospitality Tourism & Event Planning placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Event Planning Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Event Planning Intern in Brisbane

Head to Brisbane for hands-on experience in event planning. Placements are available in a variety of settings, including hotels, businesses, charities, public attractions, universities and PR agencies. Learn how to communicate effectively with clients to determine their needs, working with venues, suppliers and contractors to find the perfect setting for a client’s budget. You’ll gain experience in all aspects of the event planning process, including creating proposals for timelines, marketing, venues, suppliers, staffing and costing, as well as day-of issues like traffic control, security, and media relations.

IT and Computer Systems internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample IT and Computer Systems placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Information Technology (IT) Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Information Technology (IT) Intern in Brisbane

Become an expert working with information technology and systems while interning in Brisbane. Information technology interns may work within the realms of database management, help desk, networking, or information security. Duties may include securing remote access for network users, researching and installing new systems, securing data from internal and external attacks, scheduling upgrades and security backups of both hardware and software, and ensuring that users adhere to software licensing laws. You’ll likely work as part of a team to facilitate the smooth operations of all IT systems, managing crises and gaining a more nuanced understanding of complex technical hardware and software problems.

<h4>Web Design and Development Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Web Design and Development Intern in Brisbane

Gain hands-on experience in web design and development in Brisbane. You might find yourself either among a small team supporting the technical operations of a local company, or as part of a team of specialists in a technically-oriented company. Interns’ past roles have included experience in user interfaces, applications, configuration and testing, designing and/or liaising with design team, and plenty of others depending on your skills and the company’s needs.

Journalism and Media internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Journalism and Media placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Journalism and Media Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Journalism and Media Intern in Brisbane

Gain exceptional experience and insights through a journalism and media internship in Brisbane. Being the capital of Queensland, Brisbane has its finger on the pulse and is a regional hub of creative and clever minds working in all sorts of media agencies. Depending on your background and skills, you could find yourself assisting with researching, interviewing, editing, publishing, and more.

Marketing internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Marketing placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Communications and PR Intern with Local Agency</h4>

Communications and PR Intern with Local Agency

Gain experience in the world of communications and public relations! Interns will have the opportunity to assist with developing and implementing PR strategies, and help to establish and maintain relationships with the media, other organizations, and individuals. Assist in the preparation of case studies, press releases, speeches, articles, annual reports, brochures, handouts, photographs, website content management, social media, and other multimedia.

Marketing Advertising & PR internships available in Australia

Below are a few sample Marketing Advertising & PR placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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<h4>Digital Marketing Intern in Brisbane</h4>

Digital Marketing Intern in Brisbane

Apply your marketing background and skills in a real-world context in Brisbane. Marketing interns will build upon essential digital marketing skills, helping to spread the word about a local business or organization. Improve your marketing competence to better market yourself upon entering the workforce by developing skills in practices such as SEO, email marketing, social media marketing, and competitor analysis.

Program Details

Intern for Credit

Want credit for your internship? We can do that for you!

A respected New Hampshire university, Plymouth State University is CIS Abroad’s accrediting partner for internship programs. Plymouth State University is a NEASC accredited institution with over 20 years of experience awarding internship credit both domestically and internationally. Plymouth State University has been nationally recognized for its commitment to the environment and for innovative programs that are making an impact both regionally and globally.

Learn more about interning for credit through Plymouth State University here.

Why Life in Brisbane

The capital of Queensland & the gateway to the Gold Coast, Brisbane is renowned as a dynamic and cosmopolitan city that combines culture, history, and beautiful scenery. Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city with a multicultural population of more than 2 million. Its location near the East Coast of Australia makes it an access point to some of the world’s most stunning beaches and sunniest spots.

Brisbane has a reputation as a big city with a laid-back vibe and has all of the amenities, art, fashion, culture & entertainment you could ask for in abundance. Brisbane has an enjoyable temperate climate with hot summers and mild winters, making it the perfect place to explore the city or hit the beach. An excellent transport system and tailor-made tours make Brisbane a joy to explore. Take a look for yourself!

Live La Vida Local

  • Streets Beach

    Enjoy the beach without having to leave this city! This man-made beach offers white sands, sparkling waters, and a city skyline. Check out the Nepalese Pagoda nearby - it’s one of only three located outside Nepal.

  • Experience the Arts

    Brisbane offers a great music and art scene. The impressive 17,000-piece collection at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art span two riverside buildings, and don’t miss The Henderson Gallery, which focuses on working with First Nations Artists.

  • Visit Brisbane’s Islands

    If you’re willing to take a ferry ride, you can experience the magic of Moreton Island, a national park paradise of lagoons and sandy beaches, where you can go diving or snorkeling. Learn more about the local culture as you catch migrating whales (between June and October).

Housing in Brisbane

Location

You’ll share a room with other interns in apartments in or near Brisbane’s central business district (downtown). Amenities may vary from apartment to apartment, but most will be furnished and have kitchens with basic cooking equipment and Wi-Fi.

Meals

Meals are not included in the program cost, but your apartment’s kitchen means you can make only food that you want to eat! And on days when you don’t want to cook, explore Brisbane’s restaurants.

Inclusions and Amenities

  • BathroomShared
  • CommutePublic Transportation
  • Double Room
  • Kitchen Equipment
  • Wi-Fi

What's Included

Inclusions

Program fees are in US dollars and include the following:

  • Cultural activities and excursions
  • Internship placement and supervision
  • Housing
  • Medical and accident insurance
  • Pre-departure and onsite orientation
  • Financial aid counseling
  • Assistance with travel arrangements
  • Airport pickup service
  • On-site support
  • Career Launch Toolkit
  • La Vida Local cultural program

Welcome & Orientation

Your program will kick off with a comprehensive orientation. We’ll give you a lay of the land and explore some of Brisbane’s top sites, from beaches to business districts. We’ll also sit down to discuss health and safety, as well as cultural and linguistic differences. And, we’ll enjoy a tasty meal together.

Farewell & Re-Entry Program

While you might think Australia is all about adventure, its culture will definitely leave an impression on you. You’ll likely learn to appreciate Brisbane’s unique combination of professionalism and laid-back nature, distinct from comparable US cities. You’ll come away from your time in Brisbane with a new perspective on so many things in life that it’s important to reflect on your time abroad and prepare for how it will change you for years to come. We’ve been in your shoes, and we’ll help you process everything and prepare you for your return home over a final meal.

Program Excursions

While participating on a CIS Abroad program, you'll be able to take part in built-in day trips at no additional cost. These trips are subject to change from term to term; listed below are excursions that have run in the past.
Burleigh Headland Walk

Burleigh Headland Walk

Take a beautiful walk around the Burleigh Head National Park and visit the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Here you can try bush tucker (bushfood) and learn about the amazing culture of the Yugambeh people.

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Visit one of the Gold Coast’s most popular tourist destinations in natural bushland and rainforest settings. You can feed the friendly kangaroos and say “gidday” to a koala at our local wildlife reserve.

Site Director

Travel Tip:

Get outside, take your time to walk around the streets of your new city or neighbourhood – get a feel for the people and what makes it unique. I love getting up early and exploring a new destination as it ‘wakes up’- it is an amazing time of the day to see a city or town slowly come to life.

Travel Tip:

Get outside, take your time to walk around the streets of your new city or neighbourhood – get a feel for the people and what makes it unique. I love getting up early and exploring a new destination as it ‘wakes up’- it is an amazing time of the day to see a city or town slowly come to life.

About:

Jackie has a passion for international education and travel having lived, travelled worked and studied overseas. Jackie was born on the Central Coast, NSW (on the coast half-way between Newcastle and Sydney) and now lives on the Gold Coast in Queensland. Jackie holds a Masters in Communication (Corporate Communication) from Bond University, QLD and a Bachelor of Social Science (Recreation and Tourism) from Newcastle University, NSW.

During the second year of her undergraduate degree Jackie received a student exchange scholarship to participate in a study abroad semester at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Upon her return from the US Jackie was employed by the International Office at University of Newcastle involved in Student Support and later International Admissions. Since this time Jackie’s 16 year career has been predominantly based in international education, including a two year position in Denver, Colorado working for a leading study abroad provider then continuing as their national Australian on-site resident director for another three years. Jackie has since worked in various marketing and management roles focused primarily on project management, large scale event management, sponsorship, new business launches and strategic planning.

The love of travel has always remained and has seen Jackie visit more than 21 countries including favourites Finland, Vietnam, Japan, Nepal and New Zealand. Jackie enjoys hiking, yoga, stand up paddle boarding, beach time, family adventures with her two amazing sons and did we mention travel!

Alexandra Woolner
Travel Tip:

Expect the unexpected! Sometimes culture shock is stronger in countries where you expect things to be more similar to your home country and environment. Traveling abroad is an excellent way to learn more about your own culture, habits, style, and adaptability.

Travel Tip:

Expect the unexpected! Sometimes culture shock is stronger in countries where you expect things to be more similar to your home country and environment. Traveling abroad is an excellent way to learn more about your own culture, habits, style, and adaptability.

About:

Alexandra has always had a love for travel, but experienced traveling alone for the first time when she decided to study abroad in the French Alpes while earning her bachelors degree at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Following graduation, she taught English in China, France, and South Korea. Alexandra also holds an MA in International Education from SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, Vermont. Alexandra looks for opportunities to practice French and Mandarin as often as possible, and in her spare time likes repairing old typewriters, getting outdoors, writing poetry, and gently annoying her cat.

Your Support Staff

Global Advising Team
Travel Tip:

We love what we do and want to talk to you! The Global Advising Center is here to help you decide on a program, and complete the Online Application. From the moment you first hear from us—be it through a text, phone call, email or personal visit—you will find that our passion for international education is contagious. We’re ready to launch you abroad.

Michelle Everard
Travel Tip:

Journal, journal, journal! Write down the little things, the strange details & whatever made you laugh. It’s the little things that make a trip amazing and are easily the most forgotten.

Alexandra Woolner
Travel Tip:

Expect the unexpected! Sometimes culture shock is stronger in countries where you expect things to be more similar to your home country and environment. Traveling abroad is an excellent way to learn more about your own culture, habits, style, and adaptability.

Dates & Prices

ADVISOR TIP: Please WAIT to book flights until you have received confirmed dates in your acceptance paperwork. Dates posted here are subject to change.

  • Application Deadline: May 1
  • Arrival: September 4
  • Departure: October 30 | November 27 | December 18
  • Price: $6,290 - $8,590
  • Application Deadline: Jun 1
  • Arrival: September 25
  • Departure: November 20 | December 18
  • Price: $6,290 - $8,590
  • Application Deadline: Feb 1 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: May 22 (Estimated)
  • Departure: July 18 | August 14 (Estimated)
  • Price: $6,290 - $7,590 (Estimated)
  • Application Deadline: Mar 1 (Estimated)
  • Arrival: June 19 (Estimated)
  • Departure: August 15 | September 15 (Estimated)
  • Price: $6,290 - $7,590 (Estimated)
Additional Information:

Summer: 8 weeks: $6,290, 12 weeks: $7,590
Fall: 8 weeks: $6,290, 12 weeks: $7,690, 15 weeks: $8,590

As with all study abroad programs, you should count on a few additional expenses.

CIS Abroad reserves the right to alter fees at any time due to currency fluctuations and/or fee changes made by our partner universities.