Category: Exchange & Study Tours
THREE of our journalism students have recently returned from a trip with the Australia-Middle East Journalism Exchange. We had the opportunity to chat with Dale, Ashleigh and Benito. Tell us about your trip Dale: The purpose of the study tour was to enhance enhance cross-cultural understanding by fostering better informed journalism, and I can confirm […]
Study International Relations, or Indonesian Business and Law in Indonesia with a $6,000 or $7,000 NCP Mobility Grant!
Study in Indonesia with a New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant and receive credit towards your degree! APPLICATIONS CLOSE SOON – so apply NOW!
Two semester-long programs with applications closing soon! Development Studies Immersion Program at Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta ($5,000 Mobility Grants Available) (Applications due 15 March 2018) This program allows students to spend a semester gaining valuable first-hand experience working in the field of international development. Students undertake six weeks of Indonesian Language tuition (at beginners, intermediate […]
Opportunities for current students with Projects Abroad – Australian and NewZealand For all the programmes below; Dates are flexible – outside significant holidays the students can choose when to undertake the internship which should mean it can fit in anywhere in the academic calendar They have dedicated supervision – there will an assigned supervisor at […]
Elder Conservatorium classical guitar students continue their immersive cultural journey through South Korea
After five busy days of performances, masterclasses and rehearsals at the 3rd Korean International Guitar Festival in Yangpyeong, the Elder Conservatorium Guitar Ensemble as well as third year student James Rawley as soloist were selected to perform in the festival’s closing concert. Staff member Oliver Fartach-Naini and ten of his classical guitar students will continue […]
The Program continues to place students and graduates with backgrounds in business, education, health science, law, media/communications, psychology, social work and some social sciences (including anthropology, archaeology, cultural heritage and environmental management, Indigenous studies, history, human geography and sociology) at Indigenous sector organisations involved in land rights, policy development, research and social justice, Australia wide. […]
Under the direction of lecturer Oliver Fartach-Naini, a group of Elder Conservatorium classical guitar students are heading to South Korea, one of the world’s largest per-capita markets for classical music and a major force in contemporary and popular music. Bound for an in-depth cultural experience, their first stop is the third Korean International Guitar Festival […]
Oratunga Winter School: Creating Out of Place Four days of workshops, collaboration, creative development and critical reflection 4-9th June 2017 Oratunga Cattle Station on the traditional lands of the Adnyamathanha people, Flinders Ranges, South Australia Led by celebrated artist and theorist Professor Paul Carter and set in the historic Oratunga cattle station on the traditional […]
This opportunity is available to students studying in the Arts Internship, particularly students studying Philosophy and Anthropology. Two concurrent internships are available. One for a student from Anthropology and one for a student from Philosophy. The topic is the history and philosophy of the Aboriginal people who are indigenous to the Nagambie region in Victoria. The internship […]
This opportunity is open to English Literature students in their second and third year. Students will spend three weeks (July – August) living and working in beautiful Exeter College, one of Oxford’s oldest colleges, and there is an exciting programme of extra-curricular events and activities. The program provides a unique opportunity for experienced creative writers […]