What is a short-term program?
Short-term programs are any and all experiences other than trimester exchange studies. Some programs can be up to a trimester in duration, however most programs are between two and four weeks, hence why we call them 'short-term'.
Key advantages of doing a short-term program is the flexibility and diversity of choice. Most students can easily fit a program in between Griffith trimesters and can choose an experience that is completely unlike anything offered on-campus or in Australia.
Types of Programs
Griffith Study Tour
Summer or Winter School
Volunteering and Service Learning
Practicum or Placement
3. Advise Global Mobility
Global Mobility proudly supports students who participate in a variety of overseas programs through the provision of:
- a travel grant
- coverage under Griffith's Corporate Travel Insurance
- access to International SOS (24/7 emergency support)
Please complete the Short-term Program Application to be assessed for this support. Failure to complete this step prior to departure may result in non-payment of grant and exclusion from access to Griffith's corporate travel insurance and International SOS.
Once your Short-term Program Application has been assessed and approved, you will be provided with details of Griffith Corporate Travel Insurance Policy and International SOS membership.
You can also browse our Before you go webpage for more pre-departure tips and advice.
Evidence of credit approval
New York City Industry Immersion - CISaustralia
We got to visit and work with businesses that are so big, well-known and largely impacting the world around us, providing us with so much of the content and products we are exposed to daily.
Global Mobility Business Internship in Japan
The people I lived with and worked with were so diverse and a pleasure to be around. I loved being part of Tokyo, and I'm excited to explore this further.
Korea University International Winter Campus
At Korea University we studied an elective that wasn't not directly related to my major and it gave me a different perspective rather that of business and were taught by a fantastic lecturer.