Immerse yourself in sustainability projects within the Southeast Asian context with a fully-funded study experience in either Indonesia, Malaysia or Vietnam.
The University Global Opportunity Program (UniGO) is a new 25 credit point elective unit where you’ll explore the connections between place, culture, technology and sustainability, travelling for approximately three weeks over your summer break.
Fully-funded overseas experience
We pay for your flights, accommodation, visas, insurance, internal transport, and meals*
Experience sustainability in action
Work with local leaders and learn about sustainability efforts through the context of your host country
Fast-track your degree
Progress your degree faster by gaining 25 credit points during the summer break
Round 1 applications are currently closed.
It is anticipated that Round 2 applications will open in Semester 2. If you would like to receive a notification when future application rounds are due to open please submit your name and email address on the form below.
What will I do?
You’ll explore the connections between place, culture, technology and sustainability in a new 25 credit point elective unit offered over the summer break. This will begin with a pre-travel module in December. Then you’ll undertake your three-week overseas trip in January with a group of 20 students, accompanied by teaching staff and our partners on the ground. In your designated country, you’ll experience and contribute to local sustainability projects. You’ll then have several assignments to do to complete the unit.
Who is eligible?
Students with elective space in eligible degrees, and who have completed at least four units or 50 credit points by end of semester 2, can apply to enrol in the UniGO program. If you are unsure of your eligibility, contact UConnect.
When and where will I travel?
UniGO students will travel to Indonesia, Malaysia or Vietnam. Students will nominate a preference and we will endeavour to give you your first or second choice. Travel will take place over three weeks in January 2024, with final dates to be confirmed soon.
How much will it cost?
The full cost of airfares, visas, insurance, internal transport, meals and accommodation will be covered. The UniGO program will cost no more than the normal HECS charge for domestic students. If you are an International student or Permanent Resident you will need to pay a supplementary fee to cover these expenses. However, depending on your circumstances, you may also be eligible to apply for financial support.
I have more questions. Who do I contact?
Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions, if your questions are still unanswered you can go to the student portal if you are a current student, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 6226 1580.