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  • University of Melbourne Partnership

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    University of Melbourne Partnership

    Love to be out and about? You’ll fit right in in Melbourne, one of the world’s most livable cities, known for arts, year ’round festivals, great food, excellent public transportation, and sports galore. Australia’s number one university is ideal for studying education, law, language, psychology, accounting, and finance, or following a premed track. You’ll also…

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  • University of Wollongong Partnership

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    University of Wollongong Partnership

    Find everything from computer science to communications to creative arts at this large university. With fewer commuting students than other Aussie schools, it’s easier to get to know Australian peers here. Gather on campus at Duck Pond Lawn or head to the nearby beach to catch some waves.   With four beaches and a national park…

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  • University of Oxford, St. Anne’s College: Premedical Program

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    University of Oxford, St. Anne’s College: Premedical Program

    Recognized for excellence in the sciences, St. Anne’s College offers a competitive program focused on biochemistry and biomedical science with emphasis on independent study. And, as an Oxford student, you have access to outstanding faculty, libraries, and other resources.   Campus sits away from the most traveled parts of Oxford but also in easy reach.…

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  • James Cook University Partnership, Townsville

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    James Cook University Partnership, Townsville

    With about 13,000 students, Townsville has a close, tight-community feel that’s different from most large Australian universities—and a coastal Queensland location that brings the outdoors to your door. This top-ranked research institution has amazing opportunities to pursue ecology, environmental science, or marine biology, near spectacular rainforests and the Great Barrier Reef.

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  • Screening New Zealand: Cinema, Globalization, and CAT

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    Screening New Zealand: Cinema, Globalization, and CAT

    Wellington is an exciting city, full of cultural history, and a hub of film culture, eco-tourism, and a meeting point of diverse stories of travel from around the world. As part of the program, visit wine country in the Marlborough region (South Island), and learn about Māori history and storytelling. In addition, visit an eco…

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  • University of Oxford, Regent’s Park College Partnership

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    University of Oxford, Regent’s Park College Partnership

    With about 150 undergraduate students, Regent’s Park has a long history of inclusion. The college specializes in arts and humanities, economics, English, and history, with particular strength in theology and religion. At Regent’s Park, you get the benefit of a tranquil quad in the center of the city, plus one of Oxford’s best Junior Commons…

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  • University of Auckland Partnership

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    University of Auckland Partnership

    See what it’s like to live in one of the world’s top-rated cities for quality of life with a semester at prestigious University of Auckland, considered the country’s most innovative university. New Zealand’s largest city is known for a beautiful coastal setting and subtropical climate. It’s full of parks, galleries, museums, shopping, and cafés, yet…

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  • University of Oxford, Worcester College Partnership

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    University of Oxford, Worcester College Partnership

    Founded in 1714, Worcester has a full range of academic disciplines to choose from, making it a great place to experience Oxford’s world-famous tutorial system. It is a great option for computer science, economics, English, history, philosophy, and political science. Actress Emma Watson was a IFSA study aboard student for a semester, and graduates include the…

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  • University of Sussex Partnership

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    University of Sussex Partnership

    Recognized by the 2021 Research Excellence Framework, Sussex is also known for innovative teaching styles and excellent STEM programs. The university is organized into schools of study that connect related subjects. No matter what they study, students consistently give Sussex top marks for satisfaction.   The self-contained campus is surrounded by South Downs National Park, four…

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  • University of Edinburgh Partnership

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    University of Edinburgh Partnership

    With a sterling reputation for academic excellence that stretches back to 1583, the University of Edinburgh is also looking to the future. Witness the university’s Edinburgh Futures Institute, a thought lab focused on global challenges. (Hint: Check out the class Creating Edinburgh: The Interdisciplinary City, popular with IFSA students.) The university also offers 290 societies…

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