Baylor Business in Sydney
in Partnership with the University of Sydney
July 8 - August 11, 2018
Baylor Business in Australia is a 5-week residential program located at the University of Sydney. The University of Sydney is ranked 50th in the 2016/17 QS World Rankings and is a leading research university committed to offering the very best teaching and learning environment for all students. It is rated as Australia’s most innovative university and one of the top 10 most beautiful in the world.
The city of Sydney has numerous cultural events and festivals to keep you entertained throughout your stay. It is rated as Australia’s most livable city* and the friendliest city for tourists**.
Courses are taught during the second summer session from July 8 – August 11, 2018. We will travel two days prior (July 6th). You will take two courses for 6 hours of credit at Baylor.
- One 3-hour course taught by Baylor faculty member (Dr. Chris Pullig, Professor and Chair of Marketing)
- MKT 3305 – Principles of Marketing or MKT 4340 – Strategic Brand Management
- One 3-hour course taught by University of Sydney faculty or an internship
- Pre-approved Baylor transfer credit for the following courses taught by University of Sydney faculty:
- BUS 3315 – Business Communication
- MKT 4398 – Special Topics in Marketing (Web Design and Technologies)
- Courses in Anthropology, Sociology, English, History, etc. also are offered that may transfer
The program fee of $3,875 includes:
- Guaranteed shared accommodations for 5-week stay with Wi-Fi included
- Airport transfers
- Orientation meeting provided by University of Sydney staff
- Welcome event
- Sydney harbor cruise
- Breakfast with koalas
- Learn to surf camp
- Dinner and performance at the iconic Sydney Opera House
- Mates abroad mentoring program
- Additional health insurance
- Optional guided excursion to the Blue Mountains ($150 pp)
Additional costs include airfare of approximately $2,000, tuition and fees for two courses, and incidental expenses.
For additional information, contact:
Dr. Chris Pullig, Professor and Chair of Marketing