Studying abroad can increase your opportunities in finding employment faster upon your graduation, based on research outlined in this article by Huffington Post.
You can develop skills in intercultural collaboration, adaptability, agility and, communications, and the personal and professional benefits of living, studying or working in a different culture are recognised by employers and students who experienced it as part of their degree.
Besides exchange opportunities offered within every UTS degree, explore the range of global opportunities within courses and internships available to all students doing a FASS degree:
Bachelor of Global Studies
Why not have the best of both worlds and enroll in a globally-oriented Arts and Social Sciences degree with a major in Business, Management, Communication, Legal or Health Studies?
Students may choose to study overseas on session‑long exchange or short‑term work and/or study placements, or to learn another language. You can also undertake either a domestic or international work placement.
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Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
As per of this double degree, you have a choice of 14 country destinations as your country major – and almost 100 host university partnerships at your fingertips.
Our International Intensive Electives offer a three-four week global experience program in another country which is available to all FASS students. You can apply once you’ve successfully completed at least 24 credit points of undergraduate study in your degree.
Students studying the Bachelor of Education (Primary) can also apply to undertake an international professional experience program overseas in their third year. Destinations include Thailand, Samoa or South Korea.