In the School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, students have the opportunity to use the university's international relationships to take part in a global exchange program.
The School of Social Sciences and Public Policy has partnerships with overseas universities to develop our focus in both curriculum and research. This helps our students understand the global environment in which we operate.
The School of Social Sciences and Public Policy has overseas exchanges with the following universities:
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For criminology student Jacqui Turner, going on student exchange was something she couldn’t say no to. She landed an exchange at Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. “Going on exchange brought me a deeper understanding of different cultures and my own perceptions of the world,” the third-year student says. “You learn a lot when you study in a different country, it teaches you to grow up and think for yourself.”
With one year left of her Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, Jacqui is setting her sights on the police force when she graduates; “I can’t wait to put my knowledge into practice. I have hope for a better world. The more I understand crime and the more educated I am, the more I’ll have the tools to help prevent crime.”
Last updated: 22-Feb-2017 11.37am
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