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  • Locations: Austin, United States
  • Program Terms: Semester 2
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

Applications for this program are not currently open. If this is an ANU exchange program, you can view the next exchange program application opening dates and closing deadlines here.
Program Description:

About McCombs School of Business

ANU is out of balance with this partner and it is not currently open for exchange.

McCombs has been in the top eight programs in the nation for 15 years running in U.S. News and World Report (USN). We are one of two undergraduate business schools with 10 or more programs ranked in the national top-ten (USN). Find the program that fits your passion among the top-ranked majors offered at McCombs.

 

Courses and areas of study

Course links

Faculties
Courses are available in Business and Economics only.

Courses
Courses are available in five departments:

  • Accounting
  • Business,Government and Society
  • Finance
  • Information, Risk and Operation Management
  • Management ; Marketing.

Beyond these areas courses are available in international business, supply chain management, management and information systems, real estate and statistics. Students may take one or two classes outside of the business school, provided there is room in the course and they are approved by the host faculty.  Approval for non-business studdies are at the discretion of the host faculties, so students should plan on studying all courses within the School of Business.

For more information on course selections at McCombs can be found by visiting the links on the right.
 
 

Credit Equivalencies

15 credits = 24 ANU units
 
 

Accommodation

Accommodation links

Austin’s housing market is difficult - even more so for short-term one-semester stays. Students may choose to live in a private residence hall, a co-op, or apartment. Students may also sublease from a UT student going abroad that semester. More housing is available for spring than fall, as there is less competition for space. Realistically, students should expect to pay rents of at least $700 per month. Suitable lodging close to campus is often more expensive. Residence hall prices range from $700-$2,000 per month with varying degrees of service.
 
 

Other costs

Cost of Living


UNIVERSITY FEES

  • About $200 per semester, more if immunizations are required:
  • ISSS Student Service Fee $100
  • ID card $10
  • Tuberculin test, MMR ~$80 (if immunizations are required and given, they cost about $75 each)
  • Meningococcal vaccine ~$130 (if have not had before)
  • Official transcript if desired $10 (a grade report will be sent to your home school at no cost)

FOOD (IF RENTING WITHOUT MEAL PLAN)

  • $200 - $300 per month (depending on individual’s diet).

BOOKS AND CLASS MATERIALS

  • $400 - $600 per semester.

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION

  • UT students ride all city and campus buses at no cost. All international students are required to purchase the UT student policy health insurance. This will be automatically billed along with your registration administrative charge, and the cost for one semester, student only, is approximately $600.

 
 

Funding opportunities

Funding links

Scholarships
It's possible to hold more than one scholarship, bursary or grant at a time, so checking out all of the funding opportunities available to you is a good idea.
You may also be able to source some funding through our partner universities - they provide scholarships and grants to encourage you to choose them as your destination.

OS-HELP
OS-HELP is a Government loan scheme to assist eligible Australian students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place, who wish to undertake an overseas experience as part of their degree.
 
 

Language of instruction

English
 
 

Restrictions and considerations

College of Business and Economics students only. When selecting courses, BBA students and BBA exchange students MAY NOT enroll in graduate-level courses. The MBA program is completely separate from the BBA program administratively, and course enrolment policies reflect this separation. You can tell if a class is graduate level if the last two digits of the course number are 80 through 99 (please see the Course Information page).
 
 

Other information

Utrecht Information Sheet





This program is currently not accepting applications.