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*UTK Australian Business Program on the Sunshine Coast
Maroochydore, Australia
Program Terms: Full Summer
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Budget Sheets Full Summer
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
 GPA Requirement:
 Field of Study:
Marketing, Supply Chain Management
 Language of Instruction:
 Class Standing:
Junior, Senior
 Language Prerequisite:
 Course Prerequisite:
BA 331 and 332
Student Apartment Program Type: Faculty-led
Open to non-UTK Students: No
Program Description:


**Please note that this program requires time in class prior to the start of the international component on June 28.

Program Description

Undergraduate business students are encouraged to experience the world from "down-under! " You'll get a unique view of the world from Queensland.  Situated in the South Pacific, Australia's business focus is very much on the Asia-Pacific region.  Two course offerings in marketing and supply chain management will help students learn about Australia's business environment.

Cultural differences between nations further complicate the nature of business relationships and transactions.  Australian guest lecturers and visits to local businesses will provide an opportunity to see business issues from the Australian perspective and to understand the complexity of managing business activities across multiple time zones, cultures, and political systems.

Students will also have several unique cultural experiences:  a glimpse into the Aboriginal culture, Eumundi Market, and exploration of the city of Brisbane on the Sunshine Coast.  Students will explore the eco-environment of Fraser Island, which includes dingos and other local fauna, with potential for whale watching and dolphin encounters. 

USC Campus


Students will receive 6 hours of credit upon successful completion of the IB 439 Global Supply Chain Management and BA 400 International Marketing Management courses.


Students will stay at the Varsity Apartments.  Students will have a private bedroom and bath.  Each apartment houses 4 students and is furnished with full kitchen facilities.

Faculty Contacts

Dr. Daniel Flint

Dr. John Bell






This program is currently not accepting applications.