Make the most of your July vacation with an intensive study program in Australia. July School is open to local and international students who want to study, travel and get hands-on community engagement and workplace experience.
July School gives you a unique opportunity to study intensively with a group of like-minded students from around the world. You'll gain more than just knowledge in the classroom, you'll get hands on work and community engagement experience in your chosen field.
Choose from a range of units that examine the environment, business, law, arts, psychology and the community for a unique perspective on society and culture. All units have 25–36 hours of face-to-face teaching and include fieldwork, excursions or experiential learning.
Whether you’re visiting from overseas or one of our current students, we have simple instructions to make your July School application process easy. Find out more about entry requirements and how to apply.
Come study with us and we’ll be with you every step of the way. We’ll greet you on arrival at the airport, take you to your accommodation and travel with you to campus on your first day. We’ve also created a social program for July School, to help you settle in.
But, before you start your adventure, it’s time to organise the basics.
Find out about tuition fees for local and international students and what other costs you need to consider when applying to July School.
You’ll need to know a few details before you apply for July School, such as which visas you require and what happens if you need to cancel.
Our campus is just a five-minute train ride from the city centre over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, Luna Park and Taronga Zoo are both close to campus, and it’s easy to travel to Bondi Beach, Manly and the Blue Mountains.
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