Global Education Programs

Information about international opportunities for students at UNSW

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CISaustralia information sessions

Posted by cmander on September 14th, 2014 · 2015, Arts and Social Science, Built Environment, Business, Engineering, Fine Arts, Internships, Language, Science, Short courses, UNSW Summer Break, UNSW Winter Break, Volunteer

CISaustralia is dedicated to providing Australian (and international students) innovative, high quality overseas study, internship and volunteer experiences while promoting global awareness, inspiring personal growth and developing engaged world citizens. CIS have over 65 programs in 26 countries, including short 3 – 4 week courses in January 2015, professional overseas internships, and volunteering projects.

Beth Salzberg from CISaustralia will be at UNSW in the Global Education student lounge at the International Centre (Red Centre Building, East Wing) on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th September, from 10am – 3pm, so it will be a good opportunity for students interested in doing a short course, internship or volunteering abroad to learn more about what programs CISaustralia offer.  Having studied, travelled, and lived abroad, Beth is excited to share her experiences and enthusiasm for travel with all UNSW students.

Trivia Night Event at Roundhouse

Posted by mkofod on September 11th, 2014 · 2014

Are you interested in AIESEC programs? Come to our Trivia Night event at Roundhouse!

Dates: Tuesday, 23th September (week 9)

Time: 6pm-9pm

Venue: Roundhouse

 

ACICIS Study Indonesia:Applications Close 1st October

Posted by mkofod on September 8th, 2014 · 2015, Arts and Social Science, Business, Language, Practicum, Student Exchange, Uncategorized

The application deadline for ACICIS Study Indonesia programs commencing January and February 2015 is less than one month away.

If you are interested in applying for any of the following study options, please submit your applications before Wednesday, 1st of October:

Semester Programs commencing late January/early February 2015:
Flexible Language Immersion Program (taught in Indonesian)
Development Studies Immersion Program (taught in English)
Indonesian Language Teacher Immersion Program (taught in Indonesian)
Islamic Business, Law and Society Program (taught in English)
International Relations Program (taught in English)
West Java Field Study (taught in English or Indonesian)

Professional Practicums (six week programs) commencing early January 2015:
Business Professional Practicum (NEW – taught in English)
Development Studies Professional Practicum (taught in English)
Journalism Professional Practicum (taught in English)

 

Students may apply for ACICIS programs online or by downloading a paper application package.

There also exist funding opportunities for you. 11 ACICIS consortium member universities, namely ANU, Curtin, Flinders, La Trobe, Murdoch, RMIT, UniSA, USC, UTas, UTS and UWA have already been allocated Commonwealth New Colombo Plan funding to support their students’ participation in ACICIS programs.  If you are interested in finding out more about how you can take advantage of existing funding opportunities, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone (08 9360 6254) or email (acicis@murdoch.edu.au).

ACICIS is more than happy to supply you with additional copies of our various promotional materials or help find enthusiastic alumni to give class talks or assist at any relevant events at your university. Do not hesitate to get in touch if there is anything we can do to assist in making students more aware of the study abroad opportunities available with ACICIS.

Finally, the latest promotional video, titled ACICIS in One Word is released. This video, shot in Yogyakarta, features students who took part ACICIS semester programs running February-June 2014.

New Program – Summer in Oman

Posted by mkofod on September 4th, 2014 · 2015, Language, UNSW Summer Break

Arabic Language and Culture in Oman – January 2015

If you are looking for an intriguing and fascinating place to study an elective abroad, our new January in Oman program might be for you! Running from the 2nd to 31st of January 2015, the program offers you the opportunity to study Arabic Language and Culture at the Center for International Learning in Muscat, at a campus conveniently located in a quiet neighbourhood with Arabian Sea views.

Some unique and amazing experiences await you in Oman, a place known for its beautiful valleys, ancient villages, majestic harbours and vast Arabian desert! While the official religion is Ibadi Islam, you will soon discover Oman is a diverse and interesting country as it has also been influenced by the British Empire. In 2010 the UNDP ranked Oman as the most improved nation in the world in terms of development during the preceding 40 years. Additionally, Oman is categorised as a high income economy and ranks as the 45th most peaceful country in the world.

APPLY NOW to study abroad in January 2015!
Need help funding your trip? Ask us about OS HELP and SCHOLARSHIPS


The 4th International Graduate Competition(IGC) in Montreal

Posted by mkofod on September 3rd, 2014 · 2015, Business, Science

The concept

We called it a coopetition (i.e. cooperative competition), because participants act as consultants to help a company find the optimal solution to its multifaceted problems of social entrepreneurship, marketing, innovation management, and corporate finance. They’ll have 48 hours to work through 4 interrelated cases, identifying key priorities, weighing benefits and addressing risks. They’ll all go through an open bidding process aiming to get to the final round, in which two semi-finalist teams present their detailed analysis and recommendations to the company. The depth of analysis for each individual case, the soundness of integrated solution, and the quality of written report as well as oral presentations will determine which team wins this coopetition.

The format

Each team should consist of 4 students majoring in social entrepreneurship, marketing, innovation management, and corporate finance (called 4 functional experts) and their accompanying coach.

Before the competition begins, the participants will take part in various workshops and team building activities.

On the presentation day, each team will give a 15-minute presentation intended to convince the judges that they completely understand the key issues and are able to find the best solutions for the company. The three best teams from the first round will have 50 minutes to prove that their advice is the best.

Requirements

The team must consist of M.Sc students or the equivalent (masters program that is based on applied research or research oriented). One member of the team may come from another masters program.
The teams will be subject to approval from the organizing committee with proof of enrollment and program specified by your university.
Dates

April 25th 2015 – May 1st 2015

 

More details

For more details view IGC’s website at http://igchec.com/ OR contact academics@igchec.com

Winter Abroad at Yonsei (WAY 2014/2015)

Posted by mkofod on September 2nd, 2014 · 2014, 2015, Arts and Social Science, Built Environment, Business, Engineering, Fine Arts, Language, Short courses, UNSW Partner Institution, UNSW Summer Break

Overview

During this UNSW summer break, Yonsei University offers a 6-week winter program at its Sinchon campus for international students who would like to enjoy the winter in Seoul.
The winter program is composed of two separate 3-week sessions, with intensive morning coursework and unique afternoon Korean language and Taekwondo classes. At the weekend, students can enjoy Korean winter activities. It will be an excellent opportunity to catch up with your coursework, meeting professors in an intimate setting, and to enjoy the companionship of students from all over the world.

 

2014/2015 WAY Session Dates

  • Session 1: December 29, 2014 –  January 19, 2015
  • Session 2: January 22, 2015 – February 11, 2015

**Students have the option to take either one or both sessions.

 

Class Schedule

  • Academic Course (3 credits): 09:30- 12:00 (Mon-Fri)
  • Korean Language or Taekwondo (1 credit): 13:30- 14:30 (Mon-Thur)

**13:30-15:30 on the last day of each session (Jan. 19 / Feb. 11)

 

Possible Courses

Click here to get Session 1 and Session 2 course information

 

One Day Trip

The exciting learning environment of WAY continues outside the classroom with a variety of excursions held on the weekends.

- DMZ Tour: a visit to the demilitarized zone between South and North Korea
- Ski Tour: a one day trip to a nearby ski resort for a crash class of ski

 

Fees

  • This program will be administered on an exchange basis. Selected UNSW students will not have to pay tuition fees.
  • All other fees will be payable by the selected students. This will include flights, accommodation, field trips etc.

 

Application

If you would like to express your interest in the program please email advisor4globaled@unsw.edu.au with your name, student ID and email address before 31st October.


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Australian Government Scholarships Available!

Posted by mkofod on September 1st, 2014 · 2014, 2015, Scholarship Opportunities, Student Exchange

$5000 scholarships available through the Australian Government for China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Singapore!

 

The Australian Government Exchange Scholarships are funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Education and are open to Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents. UNSW was successful in receiving grants for exchange to China, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. This funding includes both exchange and language study. The allocation of Australian Government Exchange Scholarships applications are based on academic merit.

 

If you would like to apply for an Australian Government Exchange Scholarship please complete this form and return it to the Global Education Office with your student exchange application by 24 October 2014.

 

Don’t forget to apply for exchange by 24 October 2014 for S2 2015 start. Find out how to apply by completing the online tutorial. The online tutorial covers the application process, suggestions on how to research your options and you can download relevant forms. After completion you can access the logon details for your online Student Exchange application.

 

The online tutorial is available from week 2 of session. The enrolment key is GlobalEdStud2014.  You will also need your UNSW ID and password to access the tutorial.

 

Apply Now!

Global Business Opportunities

Posted by mkofod on August 31st, 2014 · Uncategorized

Spending time overseas can be an invaluable part of your degree. The personal and professional benefits of living, studying or working in a different culture are immense and recognised by employers and returning students. Register your interest by the 12th September for the following UNSW programs:

The Global Business Practicum (COMM3020)

  • Hong Kong: 15 Jan – 6 Feb, 2015
  • Gain international understanding, exposure and workplace skills
  • Be part of a small cross-disciplinary student consulting team
The Social Entrepreneurs Practicum (COMM3030)
  • India: Jan 2015 – one month internship in a rural village
  • Build a sustainable business and improve the lives of a local community
  • Grass roots training in social business

Click here for more details.

Japanese Language Program in Meiji University for March 2015

Posted by mkofod on August 31st, 2014 · 2015, Language, Scholarship Opportunities, Short courses, UNSW Partner Institution

Introduction

Following up on its summer 2014 program, the Meiji University Japanese Language Education Center will offer a short-term Japanese Language Program in winter 2015.

The program cultivates study of Japanese language, culture and society from various aspects.

Highly motivated participants can expect Meiji University’s up-to-date educational, media and support facilities to meet their every need. Japanese students will support your study of Japanese and join various events with you.

Why not come to central Tokyo and Meiji University this winter to learn “living” Japanese and Japanese culture?
Get ready for the exciting new experience that awaits you!

 

Application Period: 20 August  – 24 September , 2014

 

Program Length

Wednesday, 4 March  – Wednesday, 18 March ,2015

 

Eligible Participants

Undergraduate or Graduate students

 

Download Program Leaflet.

Click here for more details

photo from Meiji University website

Information session for Volunteering opportunities

Posted by mkofod on August 27th, 2014 · Arts and Social Science, Built Environment, Business, Engineering, Fine Arts, UNSW Summer Break, Volunteer