The University of Queensland is giving students and their families the chance to study in other countries at a cost of $1,000.
Key points:University of Queensland study abroad program allows students to travel to any country in the world for three yearsStudents are eligible to travel for up to six monthsThe program aims to encourage people to study at home to get more exposure to their communitiesThe program, which is called study abroad Australia and NZ, allows students and families to study and work abroad for three-year periods for $1.9 million.
Key features:Students can choose between four countries to studyThe program is being run by the University of Brisbane and the Queensland School of Architecture and Planning.
Students can visit any country on the continent for a three-week study period and complete their studies abroad experience at home, without being required to leave the university campus.
Students are given access to their home countries for three months.
The study abroad options will last until the end of the four-month period, when students can return to Australia for a third of the duration of the study period.
“This program will allow students to gain exposure to a variety of cultures and countries that are otherwise not readily accessible to students in Australia,” a University of the Sunshine Coast spokeswoman said.
“Students will also have the opportunity to gain international experience by working in a global economy that includes the United States, Canada, Japan, Germany, Australia and many more.”
Students can study anywhere in the Asia-Pacific region and can travel to anywhere in New Zealand for up.
The study-abroad program, launched in 2015, is designed to increase exposure to the cultural and social aspects of different countries, with students having the opportunity of working on their own projects with local communities.
The University of California, Berkeley is offering students a $5,000 study abroad scholarship.
The program provides students a chance to visit one of the world’s largest universities and study abroad for a period of three months in a chosen country.
“We’re looking to help students to learn about their culture and to expand their horizons in ways that are meaningful and meaningful for them,” a Berkeley spokesperson said.
“We will provide them with the opportunity for meaningful connections to their local communities, and help them to gain an understanding of the cultural diversity that exists in their community.”
The program will begin in 2017 and will allow the students to visit Japan, India, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia.
The Berkeley spokesperson also said that students will be required to attend classes on campus during their three-month study abroad period.
Students who qualify for the scholarship will also receive an annual stipend of up to $1 million, with the rest of the money going to local governments.
Students will be able to choose between three different countries: China, India and Australia.
University of New South Wales is also offering students up to a $2,500 study abroad research grant.
Students studying in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom are eligible for a study abroad study and research grant, as well as to attend a local university for up the duration.
Students from overseas will also be able attend a study overseas program in the United Arab Emirates.