$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.
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
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
Wednesday, 4 March – Wednesday, 18 March ,2015
Undergraduate or Graduate students
Download Program Leaflet.
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photo from Meiji University website
|The China Study Programme is for people who are enthusiastic about China and who wish to broaden their knowledge and understanding of the country. Participants include university students (such as EMBA students), business executives, and government officials. China Business Centre (CBC) has offered a variety of training programmes to students from North America, Europe, and Asia. Upon completion of the course CBC presents participants with a Certificate of Attainment.
- China Market Updates
- China’s Political and Economic Developments and Policies
- Foreign Investment and Doing Business in Mainland China
- Latest Developments in Hong Kong
- Business and Political Environment in Hong Kong
Duration and Location
CBC tailor-makes each programme to meet the needs of participating organizations. The duration of a programme ranges from 3 days to 1 month. In addition to the training in Hong Kong participants may also partake in field trips to the Chinese Mainland. CBC arranges trips to major cities, Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou; to industrial districts, Dongguan; and to region of historic and cultural interests, Xi’an and Huangshan.
Mode of Teaching
The programme involves interactive lectures at PolyU by academic staff, industry practitioners, and government officials, as well as site visits. Sites may include the:
- Hong Kong Stock Exchange and Clearing Limited (HKEx)
- Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)
- Hong Kong Trade Development Council (TDC)
- Hong Kong Housing Authority
- Hong Kong Planning and Infrastructure Exhibition Gallery
- Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks
View course schedule China Studey program-HKPU CBC
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We received lots of beautiful photos from exchange students and they would like to share their fantastic experience and moments with you!
Check the photos at our facebook page HERE .
Think about how you could get MORE while studying overseas.
In 2014 we opened a new International Centre Student Lounge the Ground Floor, East Wing of the Red Centre Building. This lounge enables UNSW to offer a range of exciting study and volunteer programs in over 35 countries worldwide for students to participate in as part of their degree. These include student exchange, research exchange, short courses, study tours, international internships and volunteering abroad. We also welcome over 2500 visiting students through our Study Abroad, Student Exchange and Practicum Exchange programs.
What do you think?
- If you have visited our space please complete the following 5 minute survey to tell us what you think of this new space.
- This survey is open to all UNSW students, and visitors who have come to our centre.
Go to the following link: International Centre – Student Lounge Survey
Many thanks in advance for your feedback, which will enable us to make continual improvements.