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Fact Sheet:
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Program Type: Study Abroad Language of Instruction: English
Housing Options: Dormitory Minimum GPA: 3
Class/Credit Status: 02 Sophomore, 03 Junior, 04 Senior Areas of Study: Advertising & Marketing Communications, Business Administration, Business Studies, Creative Advertising, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Fashion Merchandising & Retail Marketing, Food Service Management, Hotel & Lodging Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, Media & Communication Studies, Restaurant, Food & Beverage Management, Sports/Entertainment/Event Management, Travel-Tourism & Hospitality Management
Program Model: Exchange
Program Description:
Host Information | Location | Program Overview | Program Size | Available Dates
Academics | Academic Prerequisites | Housing | Meals | Student Conduct | Orientation
 
  International College of Management, Sydney

Sydney harbor_BeckerHOST INFORMATION

Exchange Student Website in English
Please see ICMS' description of its community.


LOCATION

Sydney, Australia

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

On this exchange program, you will be a student of ICMS while also being registered at JWU. You will take academic courses taught by ICMS University faculty. You will be able to participate in student activities, gain local knowledge of Sydney, and explore Australia. For the most part, outside of your course schedule, you are free to structure your experience to meet your personal goals.  You may study at ICMS for one of their trimesters.

Know that ICMS requires students to wear business attire to class.  If you do not already own sufficient business attire, please budget to obtain appropriate business attire.


PROGRAM SIZE

The number of participants varies each year.  Both JWU and ICMS try to maintain a balance of incoming and outgoing students. Keep in mind, that participants may be there during different academic terms and may have very different course schedules. This is one of the reasons why these program are considered more independent and immersive than other program types.

AVAILABLE DATES *specific dates within host website

Fall Semester
Spring Semester


ICMSICMS sets its own academic calendar for its three terms, which are typically February - May, May - August, and September - December. Exchange students should expect to be at the host university for the full term of study, as well as arrive early for new student orientation and move-in activities.

JWU students take a Winter term Leave of Absence when participating in semester programs.

Due to the differences between quarters and semesters, when the dates of your exchange program or affiliate partner program include more than one regular JWU academic term (Fall, Winter, Spring), you will need to discuss a Leave of Absence with your financial counselor and academic planner in SAFS. The Leave of Absence is used when JWU students participate in a semester-based program whose Fall Semester extends into JWU's Winter Term or whose Spring Semester begins during JWU's Winter Term; in these cases, students only register for and are billed for one JWU term (Fall or Spring) and take a Leave of Absence for Winter Term.

The Leave of Absence will ensure that JWU understands your academic plans, maintains your student status, and protects your student loans from going into deferment.


ACADEMICS

Students take four academic courses (subjects) at ICMS from a wide range of options in business and hospitality. Internship options are also available for Study Abroad students.

ICMS 2017-2018 Course Offerings

Students planning to participate in this exchange program should keep open any "elective" credits (such as Arts & Sciences, Career, Free, Hospitality, and Technology Electives) required for their degree because credits completed abroad on an exchange program can most easily fulfill elective credits.

A list of known credit/course equivalencies is available at the "Courses Offered" link in the fact sheet at the top of this page. If you would like to take courses abroad that do not appear on the list of known credit/course equivalencies, we will help you request a new course equivalency.  You are required to complete a Study Abroad Exchange and Foreign Course Equivalency Form for your academic plan abroad in order to coordinate your plan with Study Abroad and SAS.  Contact your Study Abroad Advisor for assistance in completing and submitting the course equivalency form.

Since host courses are not from the JWU catalog, you will schedule at JWU for a generic placeholder course that is holding the space for the host courses completed abroad. You will only be able to schedule for the placeholder course if you shared your final academic plan with SAS and official summary notes have been written in your JWU degree audit.

Upon completion of the program, the host will send an official transcript to JWU Study Abroad. Previously approved courses which are successfully passed will be applied to the JWU transcript as transfer credit. The typical timeline for your JWU transcript to be updated is 3-5 months.


ACADEMIC PREREQUISITES

The host university may or may not have prerequisite requirements for their courses. You can see JWU's prerequisites for our equivalent courses listed in the "Courses Offered" area in the section above the fact sheet at the top of this brochure.

HOUSING

ICMS does offer university accommodations, which include meals, for exchange participants. Although students have the option to live off campus, for ease-of-process and campus integration, our office advises students to live on campus. Accepted students must reserve on-campus accommodations with ICMS, and pay ICMS directly for the accommodations. For more information, including prices, please visit ICMS on-campus accommodations page.

Australian coastMEALS

Meals are included in ICMS on-campus accommodations. Students who choose to live off-campus are responsible for preparing or purchasing their own meals.

STUDENT CONDUCT

You must be in good standing with your campus's office of Student Conduct or Student Affairs for the dates of the program.

ORIENTATION

Each program has a mandatory orientation process which starts the term before your program starts. Failure to participate in the various meetings listed below may jeopardize your ability to participate in the program.

Pre-departure meetings vary according to the program model and typically include discussions, on-line resources, and assignments to ensure you understand your specific program, the courses, housing, costs and other related details. These meetings may be a combination of in-person and web-based meeting formats.

An in-person Study Abroad Retreat is scheduled on each campus with advertised dates, times, and locations to discuss topics relevant to all study abroad programs.

An in-country Orientation is included upon arrival to your program for on-site information and program reminders.


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring Semester 2019 09/01/2018 ** Depends on Application Date 02/11/2019 05/18/2019
NOTE: Start and end dates are subject to change based on partner institution's academic calendar. These start and end dates are just estimates to help students plan, including planning for the orientations abroad and the full final exam period.

** Indicates final application deadline date for this program. Applications are processed in batches. It may be possible to apply to an earlier batch application deadline. Please see the full list of application deadlines, notification dates, and required commitment dates.