June 24 (arrival in Brisbane, Australia) through July 16 (departure from Nadi, Fiji)


Housing will be in hostel, cabin or hotel-style facilities with students in same-sex shared rooms, with the exception of a two-night village stay with homestay families in Fiji.



Students are required to complete six credits.  Students chose from these courses:

HLTH 403R Special Topics
HLTH 425 Working with Vulnerable and Diverse Populations
HLTH 413 Refugee and Migrant Health
HLTH 481 Applied International Health
HLTH 491R Mentored Research
HLTH 492 Directed Readings
IAS 399R International Development Internship
LFSCI 199R Non-Research Internship
HLTH 496R (only possible if certain conditions are met)

IAS 380 Cultural Proofs




This cost includes LDS undergraduate tuition (6 credits), program activities outlined in the itinerary (available from program director), housing, 25-30 meals (breakfasts, lunches, or dinners), international health insurance coverage, program-related local transportation.  Does not include international airfare, international data plan, personal expenses, and most meals.


Priority Deadline: 2 December 2019.  Applications will remain open until program is filled.  Final deadline is anticipated to be 1 February 2019.  Complete the online application at The application requires a $35 fee.  Applicants will be interviewed once the application is complete. Students will be notified via e-mail of their acceptance into the BYU program.  Students will also be required to complete application and pre-departure materials required by American Universities International Programs (AUIP).