Summer at the University of Sydney has it all: world-class academics at a prestigious university, life in a vibrant, historical city, and endless opportunities to immerse yourself in Australian culture. Join hundreds of other internationals and see why so many choose life in Sydney!
Get excited about:
City by the Sea - Did you know? Sydney is ranked 2nd on the list of “World’s Most Livable Cities.” Spend your summer in Sydney and you’ll see why the city shines any time of the year.
Exciting Internship Options - Enhance your resume by adding an internship component to your study abroad experience! Interns will develop familiarity within the Australian workplace culture while applying their academic learning in a real workplace setting.
Prestigious Australian University - The University of Sydney is the oldest member of the prestigious “Group of Eight,” or Ivy Leagues in Australia. Study business, communications, political science, and more from one of the most well-known universities in the world.
For the Summer in Sydney program with CISabroad, there are three 5-week sessions will be offered. While studying at the University of Sydney, a university that draws international students from over 145 countries, you will have endless opportunities not only to connect with Aussies, but with other students from around the world. The University of Sydney is continuously rated in the top 0.3% of universities in the world and in the Top 50 of many worldwide rankings!
What makes Summer in Sydney unique?
Study at the University of Sydney, ranked in the top 0.3% of universities and consistently in the Top 50 in the world
Get to know local Australians through the MATES Social Mentoring Program! You’ll be paired with a local student to help with your transition
Live and learn in the heart of downtown Sydney
Hands-on, customized internships in a variety of fields
Mountains, beaches, and national parks are easily accessible
Get involved by choosing from over 200 campus clubs and societies
AACSB Accredited Business School
Application Requirements and Deadlines:
Applicants must have at least a sophomore standing.
Applicants to this program have 2 applications to complete: Valpo and CISabroad
Please refer to the budget sheet above.
If needed, students are able to work with financial aid to help with the cost of the program. Scholarships are also available.
Students will be responsible for purchasing their own airfare. Flights will be discussed at length during orientation.
The estimate for spending money will vary greatly depending on personal spending habits. Personal expenses include personal items, additional personal travel, meals, shopping, and other activities. Students should consider their individual spending habits when estimating their personal expenses for the program.
Program Contact Information:
Cherelle Dunn - Study Abroad Advisor
Office: Gandhi-King Center, Union 2nd floor
Book an Advising Appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply for a Passport:
Passports need to be valid for at least 6 months past the program's end date. Information on how to apply for a passport can be found here.