Global Mobility Database
We have over 276 exchange partners in 41 countries, and a range of short-term, semester and year-long programs to choose from. Use this database to search for a program, and make the world your campus.
International Exchange Program (Outbound)
To find out where you can go on exchange, search and browse through our list of Exchange Partner Programs*. For further information on how to apply and funding options available, visit Study abroad and exchange.
When choosing your destination, consider:
- available partner universities and their academic reputation;
- language of instruction;
- academic aspects of your program;
- whether you study at postgraduate or undergraduate level;
- personal, academic, recreational and other interests;
- lifestyle and campus location;
- matching your exchange trip to the overseas academic year;
- competition for exchange places;
- how much it will cost; and
- Scholarships and Funding.
The University of Sydney has a duty of care for the health, safety and well-being of all persons travelling on University business and as such, has an obligation to identify potential risks associated with geographical areas and take reasonable measures to manage risks, where possible. The University uses travel advisories maintained by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to approve international travel and will ensure that students and staff are not travelling to areas where DFAT advises against travel.
Study Abroad & Exchange (Inbound)If you would like to explore the different study abroad programs available at the University of Sydney, please visit the Coming to Sydney page.
If you would like to see if your home institution has an exchange relationship with the University of Sydney, please check our list of Exchange Partner Programs*. If your institution is listed, you should contact your home institution’s international office to apply.
*The University of Sydney aims to provide accurate program information at all times, however, we reserve the right to temporarily suspend programs or not renew agreements without prior notice. In the event of this, your Exchange Adviser will assist in the placement of exchange applicants at other suitable destinations. New programs may also be added from time to time. You are advised to double check destination availability, program conditions and other eligibility and selection criteria with an Exchange Adviser before proceeding with your application.