Studying abroad is a great way to enrich your experience academically, culturally and socially. You establish global networks plus you can receive full credit towards your degree for the units you successfully complete. If eligible, you can also use FEE-HELP to cover the tuition fees of equivalent units.
LCI Melbourne offers currently enrolled students the opportunity to undertake a study period abroad at any one of our 23 partner campuses, in a related course. Student must have successfully passed a minimum number of units to be eligible.
LCI Melbourne also has agreements with a number of other universities and higher education institutions around the world, for study abroad opportunities.
LCI Melbourne has affiliations with several institutions including those in the LCI Education network, allowing students to study overseas for a trimester or semester and receive credit towards their degree. LCI Melbourne also has formal partnerships with:
Are you an international student located abroad, looking to study in one of the most creative cities in the world?
Students currently enrolled in design courses at institutions with a formal exchange agreement in place with LCI Melbourne. (The full list is available on our Affiliations page.) Applicants should be above average students who will be mid-way through their degree program at the time of the exchange.
(Please note that LCI Melbourne requires international students to have an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent, in line with Australian visa regulations.)
Once approved by both your home institution and LCI Melbourne, you will:
In the spirit of reconciliation LCI Melbourne acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community.
LCI Melbourne pay respects to the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people and acknowledges them as the Traditional Owners of the land on which our campus is situated. We recognise this as a place of special significance for the Indigenous community.
We pay our respect to Elders past and present and future. Indigenous sovereignty has never been ceded.