Programs

Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Engaging with Fijian kava ceremonies. Exploring the startling beauty of New Zealand's Milford Sound. Stepping to the edge of the world in Antarctica. This is why many alumni call our programs the single most influential experience of their university careers.

About

For over 40 years, AUIP has been providing programs that combine rigorous academic study with opportunities for experiential learning. Learn about our passionate team, our unwavering commitment to international education, and our long-term partner universities nationwide.

Alumni

Upon returning home, you've joined a special community of individuals committed to international cooperation and understanding with an increased respect and appreciation for other cultures and environments. We want to stay in touch with you and help you continue making the most of your international experience.

Faculty

Whether you’re new to international education or have led dozens of programs abroad, our team can support you in your faculty-led endeavors. From assisting with the development of a customized program to providing you with pre-departure tools, we handle the full scope of your needs.

Parents

As a parent, we know you are concerned about your student going abroad. We are here to help you obtain the necessary information and reassure you with your student’s decision to study abroad. Study abroad advisors at your student's campus can provide university-specific details in relation to their AUIP programs.

Students

Studying abroad is a major, life-changing opportunity, but endless questions exist in the process of heading overseas. Understand the benefits of studying abroad with us, prepare for your international experience, and ensure your dream becomes a reality.

August 2, 2010
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One of the most popular walks in Mount Cook National Park, the Hooker Valley trail leads up the Hooker Valley toward Mount Cook, also known by its native name of Aoraki. Students on the New Zealand program cross two suspended bridges, one pictured above, over the Hooker River and ultimately end at the river’s source, […]

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July 29, 2010
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If you’re a college student, then you probably don’t like being referred to as a ‘kid.’ But in parents’ eyes, their child is always their kid, regardless of age. A recently published booklet, Backpack Kids: The Safety Planning Checklist for Overseas Travel, outlines essential information for pre-departure planning prior to studying, traveling or working abroad. […]

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July 28, 2010
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A firm favorite of our students on the North Queensland program this year was having the chance to experience real Australian culture away from the tourist trail and stay in a farm stay accommodation. The farms students stayed on ranged from beef to permaculture to buffalo in the remote areas surrounding Malanda. Pictured right, AUIP’s […]

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July 27, 2010
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A major concern for students and students’ parents about studying abroad is health and safety. Thus understandably, when a student becomes sick on a program, they’re usually nervous about the healthcare available. Our programs study in relatively developed area and all within easy access to emergency care. However, when you’re traveling alone or in an […]

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July 26, 2010
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Ready to further your undergraduate degree? Want to accomplish it Down Under with a master’s program? Well, the Anne Wexler Australian-American Public Policy Scholarship enables a U.S. citizen to enroll in an Australian master’s degree program in public policy. The scholarship will be awarded for a maximum two-year period and valued at up to A$140,000. […]

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July 22, 2010
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From a ledge perch within the Mungana Caves, a student gazes out at the vast out bush landscape. The ledge and adjoining cave was used for Aboriginal men’s business, such as carving, spear making and male discussions. The men would come here at midday to stay cool out of the open land’s sweltering heat. Our […]

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July 21, 2010
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It’s hotter than hot right now across much of the States. So, naturally you’re craving the AC, right? Or maybe already dreaming of snow and frost on the ground come December? Well, lucky for you, The College at Brockport within the State University of New York system is still accepting applications for the Antarctica program. […]

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July 20, 2010
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In order to improve our logistics, relationships with faculty and providers, marketing and overall program quality, our staff members from time to time accompany a university on their program. During the past three and half weeks, both Donna and Eleanor from our team had the opportunity to spend time with the Virginia Tech and Brockport […]

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July 19, 2010
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After studying in the South Pacific, many students yearn to return to the region. Yet, it’s intimidating to consider moving abroad alone. Thus you can turn to assistance from organizations and companies with this transition. BUNAC offers both Work Australia and Work New Zealand programs that help you with all your visa details, job support […]

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July 17, 2010
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We’re always paying attention to our students to see what they’re packing on programs. And this year quite a few were using Rite in the Rain notepads. Regardless of a drizzle or a downpour, the all-weather spiral pad can withstand the weather. The protective cover and weatherized pages make sure your important notes don’t run […]

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July 16, 2010
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Research from the past ten years has been compiled to show that students who study abroad have improved academic performance, higher graduation rates and improved knowledge of cultural practices and context upon returning to their home campus compared to students in control groups. The findings from the Georgia  Learning Outcomes of Students Studying Abroad Research Initiative, GLOSSARI, compared graduation […]

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July 12, 2010
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Jam-packed with activities, the Fiji program constantly has students on the go learning. One of these activities is a day trip to a remote highlands village and a kayaking trip down the Luva River with Rivers Fiji. Driving up into the highlands, our group stops in Nakavika Village, which 500 to 600 people call home. […]

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July 9, 2010
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While on the Coral Coast of Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu, our Fiji students learn about the history and evolvement of tourism in the area. Dr. David Harrison from the University of the South Pacific speaks of the changes in tourism since its origins in the area. Tourists began traveling to Fiji in the 1920s […]

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July 7, 2010
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Dr. Tom Hammett has been a long-standing professor on AUIP programs. His support of international education extends far beyond our programs to Tom’s involvement with the development, teaching and growth of study abroad programs. Virginia Tech recently recognized his work by honoring him with the 2010 Alumni Award for Excellence in International Education. The award […]

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July 5, 2010
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As our Virginia Tech and State University of New York students participate on the North Queensland program, they’ll be on the lookout for the endangered Southern Cassowary, which lives in northeast Australia. Sadly, the flightless cassowary may soon disappear from the area. The Age recently reported that conservationists say the cassowary population will vanish unless […]

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July 1, 2010
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The Endeavour Awards is the Australian Government’s merit-based scholarship program providing Americans the chance to study, research or develop professionally in Australia (Sydney Harbor Bridge, pictured left). The Postgraduate Awards will cover up to two years for a master’s degree and 3.5 years for a PhD. You must have completed your undergraduate degree before applying […]

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June 30, 2010
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In the United States alone, the population goes through approximately 50 billion water bottles each year, and most of the plastic containers aren’t recycled, according to Bottlemania: How Water Went on Sale and Why We Bought It. These empty bottles sit in landfills, not decomposing for years. Additionally, the transportation of the bottles and refrigeration […]

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June 29, 2010
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On the Coral Coast of Fiji, our program stops at Kula Eco Park to observe endangered species of Fiji and learn about necessary breeding methods to restore dwindling population numbers. Kula serves as Fiji’s center for the captive breeding of endangered species and the environmental education of school children. By instilling an environmental conservation mentality […]

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June 28, 2010
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So, you’ve just graduated. And you don’t have a job yet. You sure do remember fondly your study abroad in Australia (with those gorgeous sunsets at Lady Elliot Island pictured right) and have a keen interest to work in international education or policy. Does that sound like you? Well, then beef up your resume and […]

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June 25, 2010
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We know our programs occur in some of the world’s best places, but it’s always reassuring when others recognize the worth of these destinations. TripAdvisor has released its Travelers’ Choice 2010 picks in which travelers rate the best of the best in global beaches, adventure, culture and sightseeing amongst other categories. Here are some of […]

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