Program Terms:Trimester 1, Trimester 2, Year Long (T1-T2), Year Long (T2-T1)
Deakin applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
** 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.
Faculty of Arts & Education, Faculty of Business & Law, Faculty of Health, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Built Environments
Language of Instruction:
4 Credit Points
OS Help Available:
Arts & Ed, SEBE, Health and Business & Law
Minimum Weighted Average mark (WAM)
Deakin Trimester 1 = Spring
Deakin Trimester 2 = Fall/Autumn
Full Time Study Load
12 -15 Credits per semester (4 Deakin Units)
Deakin Abroad Travel Grant
Deakin Abroad Coordinator
Luke Seacombe - email@example.com
Restrictions: Subjects severely impacted - there is no guarantee students will be able to register for their preferred courses.
Students can study a maximum of two subjects within the School of Civil and Construction Engineering per term due to limited space.
Founded in 1868, Oregon State University (OSU) is the state’s Land Grant university and the largest university in Oregon. It is also one of only two universities in the U.S. to have Sea Grant, Space Grant and Sun Grant research designations. It is the top public research institution in the state of Oregon. OSU offers programs in engineering, business, forestry and many other science and technology fields, in addition to notable programs in the humanities and social sciences. OSU’s main campus is in Corvallis, Oregon, about an hour and a half from Portland and the Oregon Coast. With miles of bike lanes and free city bus service, Corvallis offers a friendly, student-focused atmosphere. Students also have the opportunity to attend the OSU Cascades campus in Bend, a close-knit community in central Oregon, just east of the snow-capped Cascade Mountains.
Before you apply, please make sure you have completed all exchange application steps as outlined on the Deakin Abroad website.
Exchange Programs are available to all Deakin students, including international, postgraduate and off-campus students.
To be eligible to apply for an Exchange Program:
Undergraduate students must have completed at least 8 credit points toward their Deakin degree
Postgraduate students must have completed at least 4 credit points towards their Deakin degree
You must return to at least 1 credit point to complete at Deakin after your Exchange Program
You must study a full-time load while on exchange
You must have a credit average of 60 or above with no fails on your academic record (students who do not currently meet these criteria will be advised to meet with a Language and Learning Adviser)
You must have received faculty approval prior to submitting your exchange application
Students may apply for a Trimester or Year-long Exchange Program, starting either Trimester 1 or Trimester 2.
While on exchange students continue to pay Deakin fees (upfront-payments, HECS-HELP, or FEE-HELP). Host University tuition fees will be waived.
General costs may include an application fee, flights, visas, accommodation, meals, textbooks, living expenses and insurance (insurance is provided by Deakin for the duration of your Exchange Program – students travelling beyond the program dates are strongly recommended to purchase additional cover).
OS-HELP may be available to domestic students. Please refer to the Deakin OS-HELP webpage for more information on eligibility criteria and the application process.
Centrelink payments continue while on exchange
Successful applicants may receive a Travel Grant from the Study Abroad and Exchange Office (unless receiving a Scholarship)
Is this your first preference?
Students must ensure that they apply for a minimum of two universities
Students must submit a minimum of two individual applications.
Students must rank their applications in order of preference