The ASMS seeks to promote a rich range of international connections as part of the program of the school. The school actively seeks relationships with international partners that will enhance the mission and operation of the school.

The ASMS is providing opportunities for students to participate in several different international study tours in 2019.

Students who wish to go on an international study tour in 2019 must complete both the declaration form and the expression of interest and submit the completed forms to the Internation Programs Coordinator by the due date:

Study Tour Declaration Form
Study Tour Expression of Interest
Study Tours Application Information

Successful applicants will be notified by email.

Study Tours


Heron Island Science Excellence Camp

Queensland, 31 November – 7 December 2019

This exciting research trip to Heron Island is a joint venture with Corinda and Centenary State High Schools in Queensland and will allow students from these schools to work alongside UQ marine scientists at the Heron Island Research Station.

  • Fly to Brisbane then travel by bus to Gladstone and then via catamaran to Heron Island
  • Cost to student is approximately $1600. This includes all transport, meals, accommodation at the Heron Island Research Station, research materials, and boating and snorkelling activities. 
  • Students will need to provide their own snorkelling equipment (snorkel, mask, flippers and full-length wetsuit). This can be purchased privatety or hired for approximately $150. The school will arrange an equipment hire session prior to the trip. 

Hiroshima Sponsorship Tour

Hiroshima Japan, February 2020
  • 5 Days in Hiroshima for a science fair and school experience
  • Make presentations of research work
  • Participate in research activities with local and international students
  • Accomodation in Hiroshima University Dormitories
  • Scholarship – based on best SIP / Research Projects

International Student Science Fair (ISSF)

Thailand – 14 – 22 January 2020

The goal of ISSF is to provide students with a platform where they not only present their scientific skills but also learn a lot more from others through mutual interaction.

  • Meet and make friends with students from over 20 different countries
  • Hosted by a different school & country, annually
  • Enjoy the special social and cultural experiences of the host country
  • 5 days participation in ISSF
  • Scholarship – based on best SIP / Research Projects

Exchange Opportunities 

2 – 4 weeks 2020
  • Enjoy a home stay and schooling experience with exchange family
  • Cost for flights and travel insurance as well as personal spending
  • Exchange student stays with you for 2-4 weeks when they come to ASMS
  • ASMS teacher flies to host country with students but students will be unaccompanied on the way home
  • Up to 10 students per exchange trip

Fort Richmond Collegiate, Winnipeg, Canada – April 2020

Information provided at a later date

Ritsumeikan High School, Kyoto, Japan— September 2020

Information provided at a later date