Overseas and local study tours and field trips are short term courses that allow you to study either a core course, elective unit or intensive course overseas. Intensive courses are usually 2-6 weeks in length and mostly run during semester breaks. They may include multiple stops at multiple destinations, or involve a more immersive experience at just one location.
Our field trips and study tours are diverse and you will have the opportunity to learn with in Australia in locations like in Darwin, Alice Springs, Blue Mountains, Mount Imlay, and overseas in New Zealand, Europe, Vietnam, Indonesia, Paris and more.
Our overseas study tours offer students a unique and hands-on learning experience in their areas of study by interacting with industry experts and developing an understanding of local culture by meeting new people.
Applications are now open for the CASS Study Tour and Field Trip Travel Grant. This grant provides equity funding to facilitate study tours or field trip opportunities for eligible students. Funding is available to assist students who are recipients of government allowance (Youth Allowance, Austudy, Abstudy), have refugee status, or can give proof of financial hardship if not a recipient of government allowance.
This course provides outstanding field-based visual art engagement opportunities with environments in and around the Canberra region. It offers supervised camping-based field trips that provide primary research opportunities to inform the... » read more
Anzac Battlefields and Beyond is a Study Tour of Gallipoli, London, Paris and the Western Front. It is an undergraduate course offered by the School of History, and led by world authority on the commemoration of war, Professor Bruce Scates... » read more
This program is an exciting opportunity for CASS, CAP and CBE undergraduate students to be exposed to a multidisciplinary study of the dynamics and complexities of contemporary Asia by focusing on the politics, culture and economics of the... » read more
This course will explore the city of Paris as historical artifact, artistic hub and lived reality, to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the city's complex history and its role in constructing, reinforcing and revising... » read more
This course introduces students to fundamental aspects of Indigenous relationships to lands, waters and cultural sites. It will provide students with an overview of holistic Indigenous perspectives about the natural environment, their... » read more
In the Autumn session 2023, we are offering for the first time a special topic in Critical Indigenous Studies. This is a deep reading course, that will survey the influences and development of Critical Indigenous Studies globally and focus... » read more