Seek advice to help you prepare for your global experience and make the process of applying easier.

The following groups may be able to help you understand how a global study experience can connect to your studies and what your best experience options may be.

UQ Abroad

You can email UQ Abroad, visit our advising desk, or attend one of our information sessions.

Join our UQ Abroad Facebook page to contact past, present and future global experience participants for their advice and feedback or register your interest.

UQ Abroad Advising Desk:

Biological Sciences Library (#94, ground floor)

Monday-Friday, 10.30am-2.30pm*

* Advising desk hours subject to change during semester breaks and other times.

UQ Faculty

Talk to an academic advisor in your faculty to understand how your participation in a short-term global experience will impact on your UQ degree program.

It's really important that you seek academic guidance even if you don't intend to obtain credit for participation in the experience.

Faculty staff are often busy, so seek advice early by organising an academic advising session well in advance and being prepared for the advising session.

Contact your faculty:

Hosts and providers

If you have specific questions about the content of a short-term experience, the host's eligibility criteria, or their application, it is best to contact the host institution directly. 

You can find host institution contact information on the individual short-term experiences page