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ST | Business Globalisation - A Study Abroad Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
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Program Terms: Summer
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Exchange Program (Semester/Year) applicants: Scroll down to the Program Description to view exchange application deadlines.

All other programs: There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
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RMIT College (AUS)/School (VTN): Business (BUS) Program type: Study Tours (Global Intensives)
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Thailand Full

NB: This study tour has been cancelled for 2019
Program Details

  • Travel Dates: Not running this year
  • Availability: 40 spaces
  • Open to: Postgraduate and Undergraduate students
Participants will attend classes at RMIT in Melbourne and Thammasat University University in Bangkok, Thailand. They will also participate in the other activities as part of the study tour in Thailand.

During the onshore and offshore experience, students will engage in experiential learning activities that are designed to explore cross-cultural, social, business, technological, political, environmental and ethical issues associated with engaging in business in a global knowledge economy, in particular, Thailand. 

The onshore part of the course consists of a number of intensive experiential learning workshops before and after the offshore study abroad component in Thailand. 

The study abroad component consists of a two-week intensive teaching and learning experience in Thailand. Students will attend seminars at Thammasat University, attend presentations and panel discussions at a number of Thai business, industry, government as well as international organisations and cultural sites. 

Whilst in Thailand, at Thammasat University and the various site organisations, students will be required to participate in discussions with host presenters and a participation mark will be given to encourage such activities. Students will be expected to maintain a reflective journal and obtain such information that will enable the completion of a research paper on return to Australia.

Key Dates

Information sessions:

Sessions may be organised in April.

Mandatory RMIT Classes (Melbourne):

Pre-Travel Classes: To be confirmed - Four evening classes in November/beginning of December

Post-Travel Class: March 

Travel Dates: 2 weeks in January - February 

Final Assessment Submission: Mid-April

Program cost

  • Tuition Fee for two electives
  • Flights (usually between $700 and $900)
  • Spending money
  • Material Fee (tour expenses pre-arranged by the Tour Leader): $1,311.63 includes the following:
  - The cost of all student accommodation during the tour
  - All lunches
  - Local transport
  - Bangkok City tour
  - Night River cruise
  - Final night dinner

** RMIT student travel insurance:
Students are now covered by RMIT’s travel insurance via the acceptance into the overseas program, although you may require additional cover depending on your circumstances. For more info, please see here.


In order to register for this program you must be: 
  • A RMIT Bachelor or Master (coursework) student with two general electives available in your program plan
  • Undergraduate applicants must have completed or achieved the equivalent of at least 1 semester of academic study at RMIT at the time of application deadline. (36cp for full time students /12cp for part-time students)
NOTE:  Your previous Academic Progress may affect your eligibility. You must not be at Risk with your studies - if you are At Risk, you will not be eligible for this year’s global intensive course and it is recommended that you apply again after your academic progress improves.

Please note - students from SIM, UPH and RMIT Vietnam are not eligible to participate in this program as RMIT courses will take place in Melbourne.

Academic Credit

  • Gain 24 credit points towards your degree
  • Enrol into ACCT2164 / ACCT2165 during Spring/Summer
  • Students will receive a separate invoice for this fee, it will not be added to the regular semester invoice
  • Anyone withdrawn from the census date will be charged for the fees
 Link to fee information:
Domestic students
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This tour will not be running in 2018/2019.


Please check the Scholarships website and Global Experience website for funding options.

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Exchange Program (Semester/Year): scroll to the Program Description to apply.

All Other Programs: once application cycle opens, use the "Apply Now" button that will appear in this section.