This exchange is located in Sydney, Australia and is open to Walton College of Business and College of Engineering students. The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is a great place to broaden your horizons, develop your international networks and study in Sydney - one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
You will be largely independent during your exchange, but an important part of student life in Sydney is meeting new people and relaxing with friends. Throughout the year, there are events where you can socialize and network, both on and off campus. These include orientation events, barbecues, band performances, a sport and recreation program, outdoor cinema, trivia competitions, Fair Day and Amazing Race. UTS’s annual Infusion festival celebrates the cultural diversity of the UTS community through a program of live music, dance and other performances, as well as food, competitions and an international markets day.
Sydney combines the downtown feel of a busy metropolis with a relaxed lifestyle. With its famous harbour, sandy beaches, national parks, and suburbs with their own unique identity, the city is in easy reach of places to explore.
Rated the fourth most liveable city for students in the world (QS Best Student Cities 2015), Sydney attracts over 35,000 international students to live and study in this culturally diverse city.
UTS’s central location means students can easily access Sydney attractions, entertainment and essential services from our campus doorstep.
Read more: http://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/studying-uts/living-sydney
This exchange offers an educational experience that allows U of A undergraduates to experience the Scandinavian perspective on business or engineering and culture for a semester, while keeping on track to graduate from the U of A. Students interested in management, economics and finance will find a variety of courses to choose from. Business students must have completed the WCOB pre-business core classes in order to be considered for this program.
Students can read more about how to find classes, and what areas are open, at UTS here
. They can also find a list of courses that the Walton College has predetermined for this exchange here: http://walton.uark.edu/global/course-equivalencies.php
Students will be assessed U of A Walton College tuition and fees for 15 credit hours during each semester they study abroad on this exchange. Additionally, students are responsible for their round-trip airfare, housing, meals, local transportation, books, passport, student visa, and personal expenses. The independent nature of this program allows students to determine their own extracurricular activities, leaving flexibility not only in free time but also in the budget.
Click on the Budget above for a break-down of expected costs.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Financial aid and scholarships are available to U of A students. Students receiving a Pell grant should look into the Gilman International Scholarship
. And all students should read through our scholarship page
for more info on funding opportunities and deadlines. Additionally, in most cases, you can also use your current scholarships and financial aid
to help finance your semester in Australia.
UTS Housing provides support for UTS students, including information and assistance with UTS residences and a range of private accommodation options. As a study abroad, exchange or visiting research student, you are guaranteed a place to live at UTS Housing if you apply before 30 November for February semester and 15 June for July semester. Your accommodation preference will be considered, but the place you are offered may not correspond with your first choice of residence.
For assistance with applications, costs, travel arrangements, etc., contact:
Office of Study Abroad