T2 2024 Planner

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Keep track of the weeks and key dates with our T2 2024 planner.


New Colombo Plan Scholarship

Are you an ambitious student looking to go abroad to Asia? The New Colombo Plan Scholarship offers you the chance to gain first-hand experience in the Indo-Pacific region. This prestigious program provides funding for study and internships in approved locations across the Indo-Pacific with a focus on deepening Australia's relationships in the region. You’ll have the opportunity to gain real-world experience, build your global networks along with making meaningful contribution to the future of the Indo-Pacific region.

UNSW Application deadline: 26 May 2024.

Pedestrian safety at UNSW

We've got some helpful tips on staying safe as a pedestrian when you are crossing roads around campus, and travelling between uni and home.

Apply for a Diversity Festival grant!

UNSW’s annual Diversity Festival brings our community together for a week of free events and activities from 16-20 September 2024. Submit an idea for an event you'd like to run at Diversity Festival 2024 and you could get a grant of up to $2,500 to make it happen!

Enter the 2025 Hoodie Design Competition

Are you keen to see your very own design worn by over 6,000 new students in 2025? We invite all current students to enter our 2025 Hoodie Design Competition and submit their one-of-a-kind design.

Think Pacific Global Experiences in Fiji 2024 - funding available!

Think Pacific guide 16-day, 1-month or 2-month projects that offer groups of students from across the world the chance to live at the heart of a traditional village, whilst working alongside local people on inspiring initiatives which support local and Government aims. New Colombo Plan (NCP) Funding may be available to eligible students.

ACICIS: Up to $4,000 NCP Grants for Summer 2025 Programs in Indonesia

Delivery Mode: In Person

Program Dates: January - February 2025

UNSW Application Deadline: 19 May 2024

Summary: ACICIS have a range of programs including study tours and professional practicum in many disciplines such as international relations, development, agriculture/environmental science, communications/journalism, creative arts/design, public health, law, business and more! New Colombo Plan grants of up to $4000 are available to eligible students!

2024 Mitsui Educational Foundation Study Tour of Japan - Funding available

Program Type and Location: Study Tour (Not for credit) in Japan

Program Dates: 19 November - 10 December 2024

UNSW Application Deadline: 2 June 2024

Summary: The 21-day study tour will take Australian university students through various regions of Japan, providing opportunities to learn about Japanese culture, society, business & industry, as well as participate in a number of people-to-people exchanges. All program-related expenses, including international/domestic transport, accommodation, meals, and travel insurance, will be covered by the MEF.

Engineering the Future | Podcast Series

Listen to industry leaders discuss cutting-edge ideas. From exciting developments in nuclear technology to  the universal impact of Artificial Intelligence, dive into these innovations that will impact society over the next two decades.

Trial Evacuations and Lockdowns

Prepare for emergencies at UNSW with Trial Evacuations and Lockdowns, ensuring compliance and community understanding of protocols.

AGILE Workshop - BITS Pilani: Applications closing soon!

Program Type and Delivery Mode: Workshop, In Person & Online

Program Dates: 2, 9 and 16 August 2024 (online session), then 27 August - 8 September 2024 (in-person workshop at BITS-Pilani, India)

UNSW Application Deadline: 10 May 2024

Summary: Agile Workshop will be held with the aim of fostering the next generation of leaders, focusing on entrepreneurship. This workshop will delve into three main topics: learning about new digital business, applying blockchain technology, and sustainable society in the 21st century. Participate in this fulfilling workshop and have an unprecedented experience working with students from the UK, Australia, India and Japan!

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