Study Abroad



Program Description

Hofstra in Australia Program, 2014
January 2–23

The city of Sydney, with all its culture, beauty, excitement, and diverse surrounding geography is the setting for this three-week study abroad experience offered in January 2014 by the Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences (SLHS) Department at Hofstra University.

Program Highlights

  • Aboriginal cultural tours and cruises.
  • Weekends free to travel around Australia.
  • Excursions to Bondi Beach, the Blue Mountains, National Parks, and Sydney Harbour Islands.
  • Hotel accommodations within walking distance to downtown and local transportation.

Hofstra in Australia Program

Program Details

Hofstra in Australia Program, 2014
January 2–23


Students from Hofstra and other universities are encouraged to apply. Some prerequisites are required. Final eligibility will be decided by Hofstra's SLHS Department on an individual basis.

Program Cost*

The registration fee of $3,660 covers tuition and fees for one three-credit course. The program fee of $4,800 covers airfare, hotel accommodations, meals (breakfast Monday–Thursday and dinner on Mondays and Wednesdays), local transportation, and excursions within Australia.

*Program cost quoted above is subject to change. Tuition/fees quoted above are subject to change.

Application Information

For an application, please go to Useful Resources on the Study Abroad website.
Download the Australia Program application and the four (4) necessary forms.  Bring completed application, necessary forms and $400 nonrefundable deposit receipt to the Office of Study Abroad Programs, 107 Roosevelt Hall.  Deadline:  October 10, 2013.

For further information about the Hofstra in Australia Program, please contact:

Dr. Jason Davidow
Program Director, Hofstra in Australia
100B Davison Hall
110 Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY 11549
Phone: (516) 463-4582


Available Courses

Hofstra in Australia Program, 2014
January 2–23

The following course is offered through the Hofstra in Australia Program for January 2014.

Speech 131: Introduction to Communication Disorders (satisfies a SLHS major requirement)