Friends and Family
This program is designed to give non-students an insight into the learning experiences of our normal AUIP study abroad programs. This program is the opportunity to get a snapshot of what your child, grandchild or friend has experienced during their time as a student in the South Pacific, while enjoying 4-star accommodations and mouth-watering cuisine. A faculty member who teaches on our student programs will accompany you and ensure that you receive a brief introduction to many of our program themes, such as sustainability, conservation and indigenous cultures. We know of no other program that offers such a unique chance to gain insight into a study abroad program, as well as a fabulous educational travel experience in itself! You may also invite your student along to show you the ropes themselves!
Interactive Map and Program Itinerary
Check out our interactive program map
and view a sample itinerary
for this program.
Dates and Prices When:
June 15 - 23, 2011Price:
$3,300 (price is twin-share; there is a single supplement for private accommodations)
The program fee includes:
- Accommodation at 4-star hotels
- Some meals
- Group activities
- In-country transportation
Additional costs that students are responsible for include:
If you have attended an AUIP program in the past (including 2011
students), bring a friend or family member on this special trip and
receive 20% off your own program fee!
Post-Trip Extension Where:
South Island, New ZealandWhen:
June 23 - 28, 2011Price:
$1,800 twin-share, excluding international air (includes roundtrip air CHC – QTN)
Check out our Flickr page to view our pictures:
Top Reasons to Choose this Program
- To our knowledge, this is the only program allowing students to travel with their friends and family.
- Visit the glamorous Sydney, snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, hike through pristine rainforest, and
learn about learn about Aboriginal culture.
will learn from leading Australian academics and professionals with
expertise in subjects related to nature, ecology and sustainability.