Study and intern in Bangkok, Thailand for a semester with an $8,000 grant
The grant aims to provide undergraduate Business and Law students the international semester exchange opportunities to study in Thailand where students will live, learn and develop valuable and essential local cultural knowledge from locals apart from their semester studies, and to learn and practise from the real-world workplace situations (internships) that enable them to develop their working skills and build international and professional networks in order to benchmark their competitive advantages and employ-ability (work-ability) after graduated.
With its long established reputation and innovative commitment, Assumption University (Thailand) as UOW host university partner will provide an incredible learning experience with substantial business subjects (taught in English by distinguished Thai and foreign professors) to students.
Read about the experience of one of our 2017 New Colombo Plan Semester Mobility Grant recipients, Ashleigh Pye who undertook international exchange at Assumption University in Spring 2017, and her other student mobility experiences on her blog: Wandering Business Enthusiast
Email your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.
Eligibility requirements for applicants:
- Hold Australian citizenship
- Not hold dual-citizenship or residency rights in Thailand
- Studying an undergraduate business degree (double-degree students, where one of the degrees is a Faculty of Business and Law course are eligible)
- Have not previously received a New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant for a semester exchange program
- Meet the requirements of the UOW International Exchange Program
Grant nominees cannot receive another travel grant offered by the University of Wollongong. However, grant nominees may be eligible to apply for an OS-HELP loan (eligibility requirements apply).
This exchange program is supported by the New Colombo Plan, which is a signature initiative of the Australian Government which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia by supporting Australian undergraduates to study and undertake Internships in the region.
Please visit the website for more information on the New Colombo Plan.