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  • Locations: Sydney, Australia
  • Program Terms: Fall
  • Budget Sheets: Fall
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Study Abroad Adviser: Cornell, Jodi Language of Instruction: English
Host Country Language: English Online Course Catalog Available: No
Sponsor: Iowa State ISU Course: AGRON 496
Program Description:
Program Description:
Iowa State University students will have the opportunity to compete in an international crops competition.  Students will gain international experience, as well as develop their knowledge of crops grown around the world, specifically Australia.  The Australian Universities Crops Competition (AUCC) began in 2012 as a competition to test students’ knowledge of practical agronomy.  The competition consists of exercises focused on developing students agronomic and business skills, while letting them interact with industry representatives.

Program Course: 2 credits AGRON 496 for Fall 2016.  Selected and Committed students will be automatically registered for the course.

Program Prerequisites:
Successful completion of the Agronomy 331 course at Iowa State University.  Must have competed with the ISU Crops Team for at least one semester.
Be in good academic standing.
Ability to study during the summer break and to miss 6 days of class.

Important Note Regarding Missing classes:
Please note that participation on some travel courses require you will be gone from campus for some school days. The College of Agriculture & Life Sciences tries to minimize the number of days missed for this purpose, but in some events, the inflexibility of the travel schedule prevents us from working completely within our breaks. Should you choose to enroll in a travel course that requires missing some class(es) on campus, you will need to contact your instructor directly to inquire whether or not arrangements can be made to make up this class work and/or exams. The CALS Study Abroad office can provide you with a letter explaining the dates of the trip. However, it is your responsibility to contact the instructor to determine the potential impact on your grade before signing up for a Study Abroad program. The instructor is responsible for determining the impact of any absence from class.

Program Costs:

Program Fee:  $4075.00 (covers: air ticket, lodging, transportation, some meals, required CISI insurance, entrance fees).
Out of Pocket Expenses: Approximately $270 for meals on your own, incidentals of approximately $100-150 depending on your spending habits and souvenirs and snacks you want to purchase.  $135 Passport, if you do not already have one.
Additional Fees: $105 Study Abroad Admin Fee charged by the Study Abroad Center in 3224 MU, and $10 application fee.

If you are a CALS student, and you are traveling internationally for the first time, contact Mr Jodi Cornell to find out how you can get the cost of your passport reimbursed.


This program is currently not accepting applications.