** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
While Brisbane is Australia's third largest city, it has a very relaxed lifestyle, no doubt aided by the subtropical climate, the meandering Brisbane River, laid back cafe culture and friendly locals. But this is no sleepy hollow. Brisbane is cosmopolitan, with world class art galleries and a great live music scene. Known by locals as Bris-vegas, this is the quintessential small town in a big city!
Brisbane Program Highlights
With three universities available, select an academic program and campus setting to suit your needs
Experience living downtown in our high-quality, ideally located off-campus apartments or in apartments walking distance to the University of Queensland campus
Live in Brisbane, known for it's sub-tropical climate, friendly locals and cosmopolitan vibe
Enjoy close proximity to some of the world's most beautiful natural attractions, including Fraser Island, the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest
Participate in cultural events throughout the semester designed to introduce you to the local scene
Explore the Great Barrier Reef and tropical far north Australia during your comprehensive six-day Orientation Program, with a week of adventure and learning
Experience an alternative Spring Break with our optional Thailand or South Island, New Zealand excursions
"Studying abroad in Brisbane opened my eyes to a new world, new possibilities, and new opportunities. I was exposed to different cultures by meeting other exchange students from all over the world. I like the fact that TEAN helped me mentally prepare for this semester and were there for me every step of the way. Everything I was nervous about before I left was reassured and in order and it made my experience more enjoyable because I felt so safe through TEAN. Because of this program, I feel like I have the courage to go to another country and do anything."
Maria Angelica Saucedo, Columbia College Chicago