For 12 years we've helped over 6000 Australian students explore the world and study amazing programs at leading international institutions.
From International Law and Human Rights in Argentina; to Innovation and Entrepreneurship in San Fransisco; to Graphic Design in Italy. No matter your degree, there's a program to suit you!
Immersive field trips and cultural activities round out our experiences. If you're studying Conservation Marine Biology in Costa Rica, you'll also spend days snorkelling with local wildlife and experiencing bioluminescent blooms; and if you're studying Immigrants, Human Rights and Society in Mexico, you'll do a night walk simulating the journey immigrants undertake to cross the border into the US and go on a tour of the local markets in Mexico City.
But don't take our word for it! Scroll down to hear from our students!
"5 Reasons Why This One Decision Will Change Your Life" - AIM Overseas Blog
"Taking the leap to study overseas is a big decision. It can easily become overwhelming to organise, particularly if tedious application processes are getting you down.
Luckily, studying overseas is also - without a doubt - a life-changing experience that you will not regret undertaking.."
"I loved being immersed in the language and experiencing the different cultural activities like La Alhambra - an absolutely must visit.
My friends and I also took a few side trips, one time we went skiing in the Sierra Nevada mountains! I would love to have been able to stay longer!
The Spain overseas AIM trip was a fantastic experience. I got to learn Spanish at a Spanish university with students from other countries, while also enjoying all the different cultural experiences."
and COUNTLESS memories...
...but we're not done just yet!
AIM Overseas programs are custom made for Australian University students, by Australian international education experts.
We hand select topics and locations so they make sense.
To achieve this, we work closely with partner Universities to create customised programs that are intensive and allow students to experience the host country and culture.