Visit a wide range of innovative businesses and get the opportunity to visit one of our partner institutions. You'll also meet local students and experience first-hand what university life is like for those studying in Europe.
- Locations: Dublin (Ireland), London (UK), Paris (France), Munich (Germany) and Fribourg (Switzerland)
- Eligible students: Undergraduate and postgraduate students with at least 100 credit points completed at the time of application
- Cost: A$6,095 (approx.)
Study tour overview
This two-week study tour visits five different countries across Europe, where you will learn about the key business issues, practices and typical workplace culture found in European-based organisations.
You will visit a broad range of innovative businesses, both large and small, and get the opportunity to visit one of Swinburne’s partner institutions where you will be able to meet local students, and experience first-hand what university life is like for those studying in Europe.
The tour is specifically designed to help you improve your teamwork, leadership, problem-solving, critical thinking and communication skills, within a European context, and enable you to gain valuable business experiences that will help you stand out from other graduates and increase your employability.
Highlights /tentative itinerary
This credited overseas study experience presents business students with unique opportunities to experience a wide range of innovative business practices. In previous years, we have visited:
- a range of multinational organisations (e.g. BMW, Google, Intel, Moet et Chandon, Disney, Facebook, Nike)
- government departments (e.g. AusAID Paris, Irish Investment Development Agency, European Parliament, UNESCO)
- research partners, start-ups and business accelerators throughout Europe.
In addition, we have also visited a number of Swinburne’s strategic partner academic institutions (e.g. Université de Fribourg, Reutlingen University, University College Dublin), where Swinburne students have networked and collaborated with European students, and learned first-hand about longer-term exchange, internship and further study opportunities available to them in Europe.