Overseas 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 overseas 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 in overseas locations like The United Kingdom, Iran, Italy, France, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, Gallipoli, London, 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 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... » read more
The course will introduce students to life in Indonesian villages. The locations over previous years have included urban low income settlements and mountain villages in Java, and fishing villages in... » read more
The emphasis of this primatology field school is to teach students how to conduct research with a focus on actual data collection in field conditions. Training in research methods includes the... » read more
This course centres on a 15 day intensive study tour retracing Australia's war in 1915-1918 across Gallipoli and the Western Front. Students will reconstruct several major battles of World War I in... » read more