Agribusiness Students Study in Australia
This quarter, Agribusiness Professor Michael McCullough is teaching two agricultural business courses abroad in Australia. Students are spending seven weeks studying in Adelaide, Australia, touring local wineries, visiting Kangaroo Island, exploring a national wildlife park, and experiencing beach life in South Australia.
University of Adelaide’s main campus is located in the cultural heart of the city. It is the third oldest university in Australia, and is also one of the group of eight Australian Distinguished Universities. It is a top-ranked, government funded research institute, complete with educational and social facilities. University of Adelaide is said to be a stimulating place to study, combining the beauty of a historic campus, the friendly and accessible nature of Australian society, and the culture and tradition of a well-established university.
Professor Michael McCullough
The sheep station where students stayed at Kangaroo Island.
A eucalyptus essential oil distillery visited by students.