Study in the Snow

Want to escape the Australian summer heat and study overseas where it’s cool – icy cool?!

Look no further than our CQUGlobal Outbound overseas study winter programs in Japan or New York!

Experience the snow life in one of these incredible locations, while immersing yourself in local culture, gaining global understanding and in some cases, even earning credit towards your degree. Don’t forget, overseas study programs will really diversify your resume and help you to stand out in a pool of applicants.

If you’re leaning towards a winter program in Japan, you can undertake a winter program at Toyo University, Tokyo between 18 – 30 January 2019.  Your Japanese adventure will be filled with field trips (to the snow of course) and cultural classes, workshops and activities. To read more about the program, download the Winter Program Brochure.

Toyo will individually tailor programs to meet your requirements. If you have any questions and/or requests, please contact Toyo University at

The application deadline for this winter program is Monday, 15 October 2018 so be sure to apply today

Or, perhaps the magic of winter in New York is more your style. In the New York Winter Program with Buffalo State University from 1 – 22 January 2019, students will study the history and culture of the Buffalo- Niagara Region through participation in a two-week course at SUNY Buffalo State.

The course includes classroom lessons as well as exciting off-campus educational, social, and cultural excursions. After completing the two-week course, students will be accompanied by staff from SUNY Buffalo State for a three-night ski trip to Holiday Valley followed by three nights of exploring New York City’s most iconic sites.

Bachelor of Arts students may be eligible to receive elective credit.

For more information, visit the Buffalo State website. 

To apply for the New York winter study program, contact for a CQU Application form. Applications close Wednesday, 17 October so be sure to apply today!

Elle Mccosker (

Hi, I'm Elle! I am a proud CQUni Business and Prof Comm graduate and current member of the CQUni Student Communications team. After 3 years of coordinating major student milestones from orientation right through to graduation, I have a passion for creating memorable and valuable student experiences! I remember Uni life all too well - from the frequent procrastination, occasional meltdown and over-consumption of caffeine. I'm excited to show you not only how to survive the roller coaster we call University, but how to enjoy the ride!

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