The Faculty of Education offers opportunities for students enrolled in full-time courses in the Faculty to undertake a period of academic study (usually one semester) at those institutions with which the University has a formal exchange program in place.
Are you aware of the global opportunities available to you as an Education student?
There are several ways you can incorporate overseas travel during your study: In 4th year through your compulsory professional experience with an overseas practicum placement or through the International Exchange program.
"Student exchange is a fantastic opportunity to immerse your self in different cultures. Not just the culture of your host country but also the cultures of the plethora of people you meet through the exchange programme, extra curricular activities, additional travel and in everyday interaction. I believe that through meeting such diverse humours, idiosyncrasies and perspectives on the world a real value of your own heritage, sense of belonging and especially sense of self is discovered." Matty Braid, UTAS Faculty of Education student in exchange at Stockholm University, Sweden 2007
The Faculty of Education offers opportunities for students enrolled in full-time courses to undertake academic study (usually one semester) at an institution which the University has a formal exchange program.
Whilst the University of Tasmania has many formal exchange arrangements with many international partner institutions, the Faculty of Education has selected a smaller number of these partner institutions for its approved exchange programs. These institutions offer programs which are more closely aligned with the Faculty's own programs, goals and strategic plan.
Our current international partners are:
There is more information at the University of Tasmania International Student Exchange. This site will provide you with an overview of the University International Exchange program and provide you with comprehensive information.
If you are an education student with the Faculty of Education, please direct your queries in the first instance to Dr Greg Ashman.
|Malmo Journal-From Little things Big Things Grow by Catherine Byers, Malmo University, Sweeden 2008|
|Personal Reflection-Sweden Exchange Program by Alisha Whiteroad, Malmo University, Sweden 2007|
|Personal Reflection by David Spanner, Malmo University, Sweden 2007|
|Personal Reflection by Matty Braid, Stockholm University, Sweden 2007|
|Butler University Exchange Program exerpt from Inside Stories Aug-Sep 2008 Edition|
|Interview with Tilde and Tenna from UCC Denmark interview with Jessie Lundaa, March 2009|
|Student Reflection- From Butler to UTAS by Brett Reardon, UTAS, 2009|
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Education
1 April, 2012