Imagine living in the technology metropolis Tokyo, or learning directly from the ICT pioneers in California, all while immersing yourself in a different culture and earning credit towards your degree.
UQ Abroad offers UQ students the chance to further their degree by studying abroad for 1 or 2 semesters paying no extra tuition fees. The UQ Abroad website provides a lot of information about studying overseas including:
- where to go
- eligibility and how to apply
- costs and scholarships
UQ Abroad Information sessions for EAIT students are run each semester and followed up by a workshop where you can get one-on-one assistance with planning your semester(s) abroad. Watch the ITEE Social Media for details.
The links below are to recommended study plans for students wishing to do Study Abroad for one semester. They are aimed at requiring the minimum specific credit from the overseas university. This flexibility allows you to have the widest range of choices of courses at the overseas university. This means you can study courses related to an interest outside your major, or courses related to your major but not available at UQ.
These plans can be tailored to individual needs which should be done in consultation with an academic advisor. Appointments to see an academic advisor can be made through the ITEE Coursework Studies Office.
Choose your program:
See what other ITEE students have to say about their experiences on Study Abroad:
- Aaron. BE (Electrical). Lund University, Sweden. Semester 1, 2015.
- Justin. BE (Electrical). Technical Universty of Munich (TUM), Germany. Semester 1, 2015.
- James. BE (Electrical). International Christian University (ICU), Japan. Semester 1, 2015.
- Andrew. BInfTech. Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), China. Semester 2, 2014.
- John. BE (Electrical)/BSc. University of Toronto, Canada. Semester 2, 2014.
- Peter. BInfTech/BA. International Christian University (ICU), Japan. Semester 2, 2009 & Semester 1, 2010.