UniGO: Frequently Asked Questions

You’ll travel in a group of 20 students. A University of Tasmania staff member with experience in and connections to your destination will accompany you, along with our local partners. Students will come from across the range of courses offering the unit, making it a great way to meet new people.

Our partners will organise safe and comfortable local transport.

You’ll mostly stay in guest houses with basic shared facilities and modern, youth-hostel style single-gender dormitory accommodation

There will be a wide variety of great food on offer. Our partners will choose eating places that cater for standard food intolerances.

No. Just bring your curiosity, problem-solving skills and enthusiasm for global sustainability.

Funding for this initiative, depends on eligibility criteria set by The Australian Government.

No. You’ll undertake a range of group experiences and facilitated activities delivered by our academic staff and our in country partners.

Unfortunately not. You will be required to complete pre-departure, in-country and post-travel learning and assessments. This will not allow for additional time to travel.

Students with Learning Access Plans are encouraged to apply and we will do our best to accommodate students who require accessible transport and accommodation. We encourage you to get in touch with us to discuss your circumstances.

Yes, we will provide more information about support options and how to apply as part of the enrolment process.