International Studies Abroad ®est. 1987


Students may choose between the following Program Terms:

Business, Communication, Built Environment, Health Science & Liberal Arts - Bond University

Bond's campus offers students the atmosphere of a U.S. style campus with easy access nearly 40 miles of Gold Coast beaches. Bond University is nationally recognized as having the smallest student-to-staff ratio and offers a wide array of subjects across multiple disciplines. All courses are taught by Bond faculty, and ISA participants take classes alongside Australian and other international students.

Program Highlights
  • Small, U.S. style campus located in Southwest Gold Coast
  • Program dates align well with traditional North American academic calendars
  • Bond University Sponsored Scholarship opportunity available
  • Popular Subjects: Business, Australian studies, Hospitality and Tourism, Psychology and Criminology
  • Housing: Students will be placed in on-campus, catered dorms, off campus single studio, self-catered apartments OR off campus, self-catered luxury beach apartments
  • Multi-day Bridging Cultures Program in beautiful Byron Bay
  • Optional Excursions offered to Thailand, New Zealand's South Island, Cairns, Bali or Ayer's Rock
Trimester + Trimester Programs Available: Students may participate in the Spring + Summer, Summer + Fall OR the Fall + Spring sessions of this program by selecting their two trimesters of interest when submitting the initial ISA online application. For more information about this option, please contact your Gold Coast Site Specialist.

Summer 1 2019Early May, 2019 to Mid Aug, 2019IGCU3119$14,495Currently Accepting Applications!

Filmmaking or Acting for Film - New York Film Academy Australia

The Filmmaking or Acting for Film program allows students the opportunity to gain hands-on, industry specific experience on the New York Film Academy's state of the art Gold Coast campus. Students will choose one of two courses: Filmmaking or Acting for Film.

Filmmaking: NYFA Australia's Filmmaking course centers around the production of two short films of increasing complexity. Classes in writing, directing, editing, cinematography and production are held throughout the week in the form of traditional class and hands-on workshops. Time outside of class is required for writing, location scouting, casting and editing. Each week, participant's films are screened and critiqued in class with the instructor. The fourth week of the program involves the shooting and editing of the student's final film.

Acting for Film: The Acting for Film workshop introduces the basics of acting skills, but provides a specific emphasis on acting for film. Classes focus on the basics of scene study and monologue work, and expand into classes designed to train the actor for the technical requirements of acting on a film set.

Previous experience is not required for either course on this 4 week, intensive program. Classes are held Monday-Friday with film projects and production workshops taking place on weekends. The nature of filmmaking and acting requires that students not only dedicate their time to their projects, but also to their peers' projects as crew members.

Please note that the NYFA program price does not include excursions.

Summer 2 2019Late Jun, 2019 to Late Jul, 2019IGCU3219$6,950Currently Accepting Applications!