Study Abroad & Internship Programs

 

For undergraduates

Washington DC Placement Program

Who: Students enrolled in a University of Sydney Business School degree or University of Western Australia Arts degree who have completed (or will complete in the year of application) at least 48 credit points UCDC
Where: University of California Washington Center, Washington DC
When: January to March 2015
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LA Placement Program

Who: Students enrolled in a University of Sydney Business School or University of Western Australia Business School degree who have completed (or will complete in the year of application) at least 96 credit points UCLA
Where: University of California, Los Angeles
When:

January to March 2015

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UCLA Study Abroad Program

Who: Students enrolled in a University of Sydney Business School or Arts & Social Sciences degree or University of Western Australia Arts, Science or Business degree UCLA
Where: University of California, Los Angeles
When:

June to August 2014

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Shanghai Study Abroad Program

Who: Students enrolled in a University of Sydney Business School or Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of International and Global Studies degree Shanghai
Where: Fudan University, Shanghai
When:

June to August 2014

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US Consulate Internship

Who: Non-US citizens who have completed, or will complete in 2014, a US Studies Centre undergraduate unit Flags
Where: US Consulate, Sydney
When:

December 2014 to February 2015

 

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American Chamber of Commerce Internship

Who: Undergraduate students who have completed, or will complete in Semester 1, 2014, a US Studies Centre undergraduate unit AmCham
Where: American Chamber of Commerce, Sydney
When:

July to September 2014

 

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For postgraduates

Uni-Capitol Washington Internship Programme

Who: Students enrolled in the Masters or Master of Letters program with the US Studies Centre Capitol Hill
Where: Congressional offices in Washington DC
When:

January to March 2015

 

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