Australian students come to Vietnam for work placements

Eighteen Australian universities will head to Vietnam to study and undertake work placements under the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan mobility program as well as learn more about the people and the culture of Vietnam.
 

More Australian students come to Vietnam to study and undertake work placements (Photo: SGGP)

More Australian students come to Vietnam to study and undertake work placements (Photo: SGGP)

The New Colombo Plan 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.
784 students will take part in 30 projects in Vietnam ranging from Human Welfare Studies and Services to Urban Design and Regional Planning as the New Colombo Plan goes from strength-to-strength across the region.
HE Mr Craig Chittick, Australian Ambassador to Vietnam said: “I am very pleased that more and more Vietnamese businesses and organisations are offering internships and mentorships to Australian students. They will return to Australia with new friendships and connections that will last a lifetime, as well as new perspectives on Vietnam that will contribute to the relationship between our two countries for decades to come”
In 2018, more than 13,000 Australian students will take part in New Colombo Plan mobility projects in 35 locations across the Indo-Pacific. The New Colombo Plan is helping the next generation of Australian leaders learn more about the region by supporting students to study and undertake work placements in the Indo-Pacific.

By UYEN PHUONG

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