Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases around the world, Griffith University has suspended all outgoing student international mobility for the near future. Our insurance provider considers COVID-19 a known event and is no longer covering claims relating to the virus for anywhere in the world. This means that students diagnosed with the virus while traveling anywhere in the world will not be covered under the University travel insurance policy for medical treatment or other related benefits (including repatriation) for travel booked after Monday 2 March 2020, and there will be no insurance cover for cancellations or travel changes as a result of COVID-19. Access to International SOS services is also not available as a result of insurance cover not being available.
We understand that this will affect students, however, the health and safety of our students is critical in the rapidly evolving situation related to COVID-19. In saying this, we welcome you to review the amazing range of overseas mobility experiences which are available and continuing planning so you are prepared for when an update to the University travel insurance policy is made, and we can process applications, pay grants and issue travel insurance and 24/7 emergency assistance documentation again.
All programs will be reviewed prior to delivery in relation to travel advisories and student health and safety, and may not proceed if the University is not confident of both or cannot provide comprehensive insurance coverage. We recommend that students do not book travel until the program is confirmed and we will endeavour to do this as far as possible in advance.
Take your degree global
Challenge yourself, impress potential employers, expand your cultural horizons, discover amazing places and form lifelong memories. Participating in an overseas program as a part of your Griffith University degree is one of the best experiences you can have at university.
Go Global Information Session
This information session covers:
- Different kinds of overseas programs
- Funding options
- Benefits of participating in an overseas program
- How to apply for Exchange or register your overseas program with Global Mobility
- Credit approval
New Colombo Plan Scholarship 2021
The New Colombo Plan (NCP) Scholarship program supports undergraduates studying a range of disciplines to undertake study, Language Training, and an Internship and / or Mentorship for up to 19 months in up to 40 Indo-Pacific Locations.
Learn more about External Scholarships (including the New Colombo Plan Scholarship) at an online information session, held Monday 27 April 2020. Register here.
Expressions of Interest are open to become one of Griffith University's 10 nominees.
Submit your Expression of Interest by 4pm on Monday 25 May 2020 by clicking here.
National Taiwan University Winter Programs
Study in one of the world's leading research institutions, National Taiwan University (NTU). NTU offer three winter programs from December 2019 to January 2020. You can study Chinese Language and Culture, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, or conduct research.
Aarhus BSS - Winter School
Experience a Danish winter and study at Aarhus University's School of Business and Social Sciences' Winter School. Since 1999, Aarhus BSS has offered Winter School courses to exchange students from partner universities. Aarhus BSS Winter School 2020 takes place from Monday January 6 to Friday January 17, 2020.
Korea University International Winter Campus
The Korea University International Winter Campus embraces a global student body by offering a multitude of programs for both international and domestic students. Along with academic studies, there are plenty of opportunities to experience Korean culture including exploring the city and a fun ski trip. The program runs from Dec 2019 to Jan 2020.