An international education experience will help you build personal and professional networks and is regarded highly by employers when starting your career. If you want to experience a different culture and maybe even learn a new language, all while gaining credit towards your Curtin degree, then study abroad may be the answer for you.
Most programs are offered in English, however, some non-English speaking countries may only offer a small range of subjects in English. An exchange to a non-English speaking university is a great opportunity to learn a new language. All units of study taken on exchange MUST be for credit, so essentially you are taking your Curtin semester at another university.
Ever thought about student exchange?
It’s never been easier. Curtin International have travel grants of up to $5000* available to students who want to spend a semester on exchange with one of Curtin’s many exchange partners.