Australia and New Zealand Education Abroad Directory

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Australia and New Zealand Education Abroad Directory


AustraLearn

AustraLearn is a leading provider of study abroad programs to Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific. Having sent over 18,000 students abroad in the last 19 years, AustraLearn strives to offer programs that are both academically and culturally enriching. With a wide variety of options including semester or year abroad, summer short courses, internships for academic credit, and degree programs, AustraLearn provides the most comprehensive services to prepare students for a successful abroad experience.

AustraLearn / AsiaLeam / EuroLeam

(Educational Programs of GlobaLinks)

12050 N. Pecos St, Suite 320

Westminster, Colorado 80234 USA

Toll free in the U.S. or Canada:

1-800-980-0033 extension 120

Phone: 1-303-446-2214 extension 120

Fax: 1-303-446-5955

www.australeam.org

www.asialeam.org

www.euroleam.org

Australian Catholic University

Australian Catholic University (ACU National) offers a unique study abroad option! With its range of high quality courses, concern for the welfare of students and choice of campuses in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, and Ballarat, ACU National offers something for everyone. The new Study Abroad Plus range of programs allows students to complete an additional internship, community engagement project, or China study tour to complement their study and add unquestionable value to their program abroad!

Exchange & Study Abroad Coordinator

ACU National

115 Victoria Parade

Fitzroy ,VIC 3065

Australia

E-mail: studyabroad@acu.edu.au

Web: www.acu.edu.au/studyabroad

The Australian National University

The Australian National University is Australia's most highly ranked research intensive university with student exchange programs with leading institutions around the world. We foster and encourage student mobility and one of our key objectives is to become an institution of choice for talented students both nationally and internationally. Leam more about the ANU distinctiveness, international alliances, study opportunities, and 'green' campus in the national capital by visiting http://www.anu.edu.au.

Ros Taylor

Division of Registrar and

Student Services

Pauline Griffin Building (no 11)

Ellery Crescent

Canberra , ACT 0200

Australia

E-mail: rosalind.taylor@anu.edu.au

Web: http://www.anu.edu.au

Bond University, Australia

Study Abroad Program

We offer:

* Three semesters per year in line with the United States, starting September, January, and May

* Smallest class sizes in Australia (12: 1) comparable with leading Ivy League universities and colleges

* A flexible choice of more than 1500 subjects in a diverse range of disciplines

* Credit for your studies here towards your degree back home (12 to 16 credits per semester)

* Located on the beautiful Gold Coast

* A recreational program, with trips that take you across some of Australia's most breathtaking and spectacular views

Office of Recruitment & Admissions

University Drive

Bond University, Queensland 4229

Australia

E-mail: intemational@bond.edu.au

Web: http://www.bond.edu.au

BUNAC

BUNAC, the British Universities North America Club, is a nonprofit, nonpolitical member organization with clubs on most British university campuses. Since 1962, BUNAC has offered programs to and from many countries around the world. Available in the USA are BUNAC's work/travel programs to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France, Ireland, Peru, Cambodia, and South Africa. Call BUNAC on 1-800-GO BUNAC or visit our Web site at www.bunac.org/usa for further details.

BUNAC Working Adventures Worldwide

PO Box 430

Southbury, CT 06488

Phone: 800-462-8622 or 203-264-0901

Fax: 203-264-0251

E-mail: info@bunacusa. …

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