Following the continued advice from the Australian Government regarding COVID-19, the Australian National University has made the difficult decision to cancel all learning abroad programs for Semester 2, 2021 and Semester 1, 2022, as well as Summer (December/January) short courses.The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) has up to seven grants of $5000 each to give to students who are going on exchange. For further information please visit the Global Programs FAQs: COVID-19 Global Programs Cancellations page.
The objective of the award is to facilitate student exchanges for members of the undergraduate College community and to strengthen College ties with the named institutions published on the ANU Scholarships website (updated annually).
In order to be considered for a CASS Undergraduate Exchange Travel Grant, students must
be enrolled in an undergraduate program in the College of Arts and Social Sciences
be undertaking an approved exchange program
Preference will be given to students going to the following institutions:
Nanyang Technical University
Freie Universität Berlin
Kings College, London
Selection is made on the basis of academic merit. Other factors such as the relevance of the host institution to the study program and motivations for undertaking the exchange, will be taken into account.
Please keep a copy of your application for your records.
The application assessment will be based on where you are intending to go, academic achievement (based on your GPA), and your reasons for applying (in that order).
Please note: if you have not submitted your Exchange Course Approval Pack (ECAP) your application may not be considered. In order to guarantee credit for exchange you must submit your ECAP to the CASS Student and Education Office by the advertised deadline.