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AIM Overseas is the leading and most trusted provider of overseas study programs in Australia. Founded in 2007, AIM Overseas' high quality academic courses have successfully transformed the lives of over 5,000 students... and counting!

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  • 3 - 4 weeks long
  • Taught in English at world renowned universities in the USA, Europe, Central America and South America
  • Academically rigorous
  • Include engaging site visits and field trips
  • Designed to count for credit for Australian university degrees
  • Designed to be eligible for over $6,700 government funding 
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International Human Rights Law in Argentina
Where & when?
National University of Lanús, Buenos Aires, Argentina
January 2020, 3 weeks

Who this is for:
Law students who are interested in learning about the history of human rights abuse in Argentina over the last 40 years and its impacts.

Topics include:
An overview of International Human Rights and specifically dark Argentinian Human Rights history. Explore police abuse, use of excessive force, prison conditions, genocide and the key role of Argentinian Human Rights NGOs in the development of International Human Rights Law.

Site & cultural visits:
Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, La Poderosa visit, former clandestine detention centre, a weekend trip to Iguazu Falls- the largest waterfall system in the world and MORE!
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International Environmental Law
Where & when?
Maastricht University, the Netherlands
January 2020, 3 weeks

Who this is for:
Students with an interest in becoming future policy and decision makers in government and businesses, working in NGOs in the field of environmental law and sustainable development, consultants, researchers and academics, corporate lawyers, barristers and practitioners.

Topics include:
  • International environmental rule-making
  • International environmental principles
  • Human rights and environmental protection
  • International and EU climate law

Site & cultural visits:
Participate in weekend excursions to Brussels (including the European Parliament and the European Commission- TBC), the Hague and Amsterdam (including the Greenpeace HQ, International Court of Justice- TBC), walking tours, and other Dutch cultural activities! 
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International Law and Human Rights
Where & when?
Masaryk University, Czech Republic
January 2020, 3 weeks

Who this is for:
Law students who want to immerse themselves in an international program where key contemporary challenges to the protection of human rights and dignity are placed into focus.

Topics include:
  • Human Rights and their protection
  • Human Dignity
  • Constitutional Courts and their roles in protecting Human Rights
  • Social Rights
  • Freedom of expression
  • Hate speech
  • and more! 

Site & cultural visits:
Visits to The Czech Republic Ombudsman's office, the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, the United Nations, and the Open Society Justice Initiative round off the theories learned in-class. Students will also experience cultural visits and activities in Brno, Prague, Budapest, and Vienna! 
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Legal Psychology in Today's America
Where & when?
San Francisco State University, United States of America
​​​​​​​January 2020, 3 weeks

Who this is for:
Students with a keen interest in the intersections between psychology and the law in America today, in both the civil and criminal contexts. 

Topics include:
  • The legal system
  • Psychology of crime and of police eyewitnesses
  • Criminal suspects
  • Constitutional rights
  • Jurors and juries
  • Psychology of victims
  • Discrimination in the legal system
  • Prisons, incarceration and the death penalty
  • Psychology, law and the real world

Site & cultural visits:
Students can expect to partake in professional site visits designed to provide a unique insight into the program content. Various cultural activities will be included to allow students to take advantage of the excellent location of this university campus!
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US Perspectives on International Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation
Where & when?
University of California San Diego
January 2020, 3 weeks

Who this is for:
Law students looking to be effective advocates, through alternative dispute resolution (ADR).

Topics include:
  • Negotiation principles and skills
  • Alternatives to negotiated agreement
  • Effective negotiation techniques 
  • Specialised communication techniques in ADR
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration

Site & cultural visits:
TBC
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Forensic Psychology in Canada:
​​​​​​​From Solving Crimes to Rehabilitation Best Practices
Where & when?
Vancouver Island University, Canada
January 2020, 3 weeks

Who this is for:
Psychology and Law students who are keen to explore the field of forensic psychology.

Topics include:
  • Deception detection
  • Recovered memories
  • Jury decision making
  • Interrogations and confessions
  • Criminal profiling and eyewitness identification

Site & cultural visits:
Inclusive of this program are visits to the Nanaimo brand of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), the Nanaimo Correctional Centre and Guthrie Therapeutic Community, and the Edgewood Treatment Centre, in addition to recreational activities to complement this academic program.

Students will enjoy the vast natural beauty Vancouver has to offer, by participating in activities such as: totem pole tour, skating, visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge, and snow tubing!
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Personal Branding:
Impact, Influence and Effectiveness in the Workplace
Where & when?
Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
January 2020, 3 weeks

Who this is for:
All students interested in setting themselves apart from the crowd.

Topics include:
  • Soft skills
  • Personal branding building
  • Job interview skills


Site & cultural visits:
Potential site visits may include visits to Whirlpool Corporation HQ (world's leading home appliance company), Ernst & Young Milan, TIM (Italian telecommunications company), and more.


This is your chance to enjoy and experience the culture in Milan and its surrounding cities! 

Embark on the ​​​​​​​adventure of a lifetime!
Each program has a limited number of places available.
"The course content and the visits connected to the content were very insightful and interesting. I have gained a further interest in human rights issues as a result of the course. The trip to Iguazu Falls was one of the best experiences I have had in my life, the place was beautiful and walking around the falls and the other nature activities were so much fun! Other highlights for me were to walk around the city, exploring the city sights and the markets."

Navjeet Kaur
International Human Rights Law in Argentina
"As a psychology and criminology student, it was the perfect combination of both my majors, and sparked an interest in law that I never expected to have. All in all, it was an unforgettable experience and one that'll influence the rest of my life - and I would do it all again in a heartbeat."
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Carlos Ibaviosa
Forensic Psychology
(The Netherlands)


​​​​​​​"Travelling to Austria was one of the best decisions I've made in my life. The teaching staff were fantastic, supportive and understanding of needs as we transitioned to life in Graz. The friends I made and the excursions we went on were amazing! I loved every minute and I must admit I have been home nearly two weeks and already had a bit of a cry because I miss it already... I am so grateful I got to experience studying and travelling at the same time and despite my first fears that it would all be very full on, it was absolutely fine and not too heavy."

Charlotte O'Connor
International Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation (Austria)

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