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The CQUGlobal Outbound Exchange Program allows you to study for a term or academic year at one of our partner institutions while remaining enrolled at CQUniversity. In most cases you will be able to combine study and travel without extending the total duration of your study!
You can also gain credit for the courses you study and transfer these credits back to your CQUniversity program. Your chosen courses will need to be approved by CQUniversity before you go.
Why should you study overseas?
An exchange can be a life-changing experience which will not only help you develop intercultural intelligence and communication skills, but also give you a competitive edge in the global job market when you graduate.
It will give you the opportunity to;
- Undertake studies in unique and exciting courses not offered at CQUniversity.
- Forge international links and develop a global network of contacts for your professional future as you make life-long friends with people from other parts of the world.
- Learn more about yourself and your capabilities while you gain self-confidence.
- Improve your foreign language skills or learn a new language.
Am I eligible?
To be eligible, you must;
- Be enrolled at any CQUniversity campus.
- Have completed at least one semester of full-time studies (so 4 units) at the time of application
- Be able to transfer credit for overseas study to your CQUni course – CQUGlobal will help with this *
*Some courses have AU accreditation requirements that prevent semester studies overseas so you are encouraged to check with your Head of Program before completing an application. E.g. Nursing, Primary/Early Childhood Education.
All of our Partner Universities teach courses in English, with many offering free language courses so don’t let language stop you from having a life-changing experience overseas.
There are scholarships of up to $5,000 available for certain Partner Unis, and OS_HELP can also help fund overseas study.
Please contact CQUGlobal for the application forms or more information about each of our Partner Unis.
You asked for campus life and extracurricular activities to complement your hard work while you power through your studies, and we’ve most certainly delivered! There’s so much going on right now, it is a little hard to keep up – thus, why we present to you this hugely useful compilation of opportunities on offer to you right now.
Save your applause, you can thank us later.
You can apply for one, or you can apply for all! These opportunities won’t just be fun, they’ll be life-enriching (yep, I’m talking a big game here) and not to mention they’ll look superb on your resume!
I’ve done the hard work for you, now you’ve got no excuses not to apply for these incredible opportunities…
The Rising Star Program encourages undergraduate students who have demonstrated a strong commitment to their studies to learn about research by being mentored by a senior researcher from their school.
Participation in the program represents a fantastic opportunity to be introduced to invaluable research skills and activities, while building mentoring relationships with a Senior Academic in your school and fellow students.
Rising Star Undergraduate Research Fellows meet with their Mentors on a regular basis over the course of 6 – 12 weeks and assist and contribute to research activities that their mentors supervise. Previous participants have talked about the benefits they gained from their involvement in the program including…
Ever wanted to take a once in a lifetime opportunity to develop your understanding of the political, cultural and socioeconomic worlds of another country – say India perhaps?
Or maybe you’re interested in studying for at least a term in Asia next year? Or how about spending a term in Fiji studying Environmental Science, Business in Tokyo, Engineering in Singapore or even Tourism in Thailand?
CQUGlobal Outbound programs allow current CQUniversity students to experience life and study from a choice of over 30 countries across six continents, and the CQUGlobal Outbound team are excited to announce two huge opportunities as part of the Reimagining India and New Colombo programs. And if you think funding would be an issue, think again as CQUGlobal has you covered with some incredible scholarship opportunities of up to an astounding $45,000!
Keep reading for more on how you can travel the world with CQUGlobal…
The #CQUniBucketList is all about expanding your limits, putting yourself out of your comfort zone and saying yes to the abundance of opportunities at your fingertips in the University journey. We’ve created the Bucket List to help you make the most of your time as a University student, so when you walk across that stage at graduation, you’re doing so with absolutely no regrets.
So why not expand your horizons today and start ticking off those Bucket List items that test your limits? Let me tell you how… Continue reading Expand your horizons with the #CQUniBucketList
The CQUni Handbook will soon have a new look and feel with improvements and changes set to be made live on Thursday, 28 June. The new-look handbook will improve the user-experience with a fresh, modern look!
Keep reading for a sneak peak at the new-look Handbook…
Are you a Postgraduate student looking for a 6-credit point elective to study in Term 3 2018? Would you like to learn about working in/with Asian countries AND visit two Asian countries as part of the elective unit? Are you interested in receiving a scholarship that will help cover a large part of the travel costs?
Let’s be real… we’re all busy. Whether you’re trying to find time studying between classes, working full/part-time or even casually, juggling family commitments and trying to maintain an inch of a social life, it can be all-consuming, and very overwhelming. Balance is something we all talk about, but how do we possibly achieve it with everything we have going on?
Our recipe for achieving balance might just be the answer…
Recently, we introduced you to the #CQUniBucketList – 60 things to do before you graduate. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can check it out here.
The list is designed to help you get the most out of your Uni experience. But as I know Uni students are often strapped for time, I’m here to break down the Bucket List for you into manageable steps – starting with a subject which interests 99.9% of us – social media.
Getting social on the web is an integral ritual in the lives of most University students – in fact I’m going to come right out and say it’s probably one of the top reasons for procrastination from study. Am I right, or am I right?
But when social media is used correctly and productively it can be an incredible tool in helping us connect with peers, take advantage of job opportunities, share our lives with those who matter and strengthen and develop our skills.
So let’s get down to how you can use social media to make the most of your time at Uni (productively of course)…
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