These are opportunities offered through third party providers and may be courses at an overseas university, internships or volunteer abroad opportunities. They are not managed by UniSA and to be considered for a place you must apply directly to the provider. Fees may apply (see relevant provider's website for details).
Note: The Overseas Experience Grant is available to Business School students applying for these opportunities.
To apply: Click here for more information on how to apply
These providers offer opportunities to undertake study tours and internships internationally and are organisations with which UniSA has a relationship.
ACICIS offers the Business Professional Practicum (BPP) Internship which provides an opportunity for students of business, management and marketing, or early career business professionals, to gain valuable experience working in the field of business and commerce in Indonesia. Host Organisations are drawn from a wide range of Jakarta’s business and industry sectors including: banking and finance, infrastructure and mining, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), creative industries, the Indonesian Stock Exchange, Indonesian Ministries of Finance and Trade, as well as chambers of commerce. New Columbo Plan Mobility Grants of $3000 are available. Click here for further information.
AIM Overseas offers Study Tours and specialises in offering intensive academic courses taught at universities overseas. They offer high quality programs taught at some of the world's best universities. Programs offered at AIM Overseas give students an experience that simply could not be replicated in a classroom in Australia. Click here for further information.
CIS Australia offers both Study Tours and Internships. The short term summer and winter programs, internship opportunities, semester abroad options and volunteer work are available in many countries. You can choose a range of places like Costa Rica, Italy, Spain, Nepal, China and many more. Click here for further information.
CRCC Asia is the leading provider of Internships in China for university students and graduates. CRCC arrange placements for between one and three months with companies in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen for undergraduates and graduates, across a variety of sectors including finance, business, engineering, green technology, law, marketing, pharmaceuticals, NGOs, journalism and several others. A 6 or 8 week internship in Manchester, England is available in 2017. Click here for further information.
CRCC Asia has twenty $3000 New Colombo Plan Scholarships available for undergraduate students. Click here for further information.
Project Everest deploys students all around the world to work in a developing area by collaborating with local communities to establish real social ventures aimed at solving complex issues. These projects, forming an Internship opportunity, run multiple times a year working across countries such as: Uganda, Timor-Leste, Fiji and Cambodia. Social Venure projects are aimed to run in January, February, May, June, July, August and December. For more information regarding the Social Venture Projects available click here.
REACh Asia is an established Real Estate Academy in China. Students are able to undertake a 2 or 4 week case study experience in either Real Estate or Construction Project Management. Opportunities exist in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo. The programs are custom designed and made relevant to region and city industry environment. This opportunity is course matched with the Property, People and Place core subject in the Bachelor of Business (Property). Click here for further information
Scope Global is a specialist project management company delivering international development and education programs throughout Asia and the Pacific. This includes Internships in the Asia-Pacific region. Scope Global has an extensive network of partners across the Asia-Pacific enabling them to provide Australian students with diverse workplace learning opportunities in discipline-relevant sectors. Their network of in-country staff will be on hand to support and monitor progress, ensuring a safe, rewarding and meaningful experience for both student and host organisation. Click here for further information
The biennial Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition (LKYGBPC), named after Singapore’s founding Prime Minister, aims to draw inspiration from his indomitable spirit of innovation.
It is a global platform for student innovators around the world to showcase their ideas on how to address some of the biggest challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. The last competition in 2015 had attracted participation from 140 universities representing more than 40 countries.
This year, the competition welcomes students to propose Smart City Innovations in the areas of Health, Living, Mobility and Services.
During the competition week of 11 September 2017, shortlisted teams for the finals will be invited to visit Singapore on an all-expenses paid trip. These teams will participate in intensive startup workshops, attend events featuring prominent entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in Asia, have direct access to acclaimed mentors and visit key innovation hotspots in Singapore. Winners of the competition stand to receive up to S$1 million cash, investment and in-kind prizes.
For more information, check out: smu.edu.sg/lky
Academic Internship Council provides academic institutions with internship programs that helps their students achieve personal and professional growth in the global workforce. Opportunities include places like Singapore, India, San Francisco, etc. Click here for further information.
City Internships offers 8 week programs in London, Paris, New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Miami, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sydney & Hong Kong with four intakes across the year. Internships are available in Banking and Financial Services, Marketing, advertising and PR, Law and Politics. Click here for further information.
International Study Tour in New York
New York, United States
More information soon via ENCATC website.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem - A scholarship is available through the Australian Friends of the Hebrew University to attend one of two internationally accredited business courses. Either, "Start Ups and Innovation: The Israeli Model" or "Breakthrough Technologies: Shaping the Future." Both program runs from July 3rd - 27th 2017 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Successful applications receive full tuition, accommodation and a stipend of $1000 AUD. Applications close May 1st 2017. For further information email Cayleigh: firstname.lastname@example.org or apply here.
European Congress on Cultural Management and Policy
NCATC's biggest annual gathering and celebrate its 25th anniversary with academics, researchers, cultural operators, representatives from local, regional, and national governments, artists, and policy makers. Experience exceptional content and programming on cultural management and policy, learn from top experts, gain access to the latest trends, participate in exciting cultural offers, and enjoy many convivial networking moments with participants coming from Europe and around the world! For more info visit ENCATC