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  • Locations: Blantyre, Malawi; Dili, East Timor; Hanoi, Vietnam; Siem Reap, Cambodia; Sigatoka, Fiji
  • Program Terms: Summer A
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: Monash applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:

Semester Exchange applicants: For more information and to apply, scroll down to the Program Description and click the 'Ready to apply?' button.

All other programs: There are currently no active application cycles.

Program Description:

ATS2170/ATS3170: Applied Social Entrepreneurship (Project Everest)

For this unit, you have the option to undertake one of two programs:
  • 40K Globe
  • Project Everest
At the conclusion of the overseas component, students will return and undertake a number of online academic activities to help you develop an in-depth understanding of social entrepreneurship.
 
Website entreprenuer

This unit aims to develop students' intercultural competency and to foster their sense of global citizenship through academically relevant international experiences. Students will be required to undertake tasks which involve research and reflection prior to departure, during and after the conclusion of the in-country program elements.

Click here for detailed program information.

Application process:There is a two-part application process for this program:
 
  1. Monash Faculty of Arts application process

Applications will be assessed based on academic achievement. Once approved by Monash Faculty of Arts, you will be nominated and contacted to complete your selected program's application process.
 
  1. Program Application

Project Everest application process: If your Monash application is successful, you will be nominated to Project Everest and will be contacted to complete Project Everest's application process.


Additional Requirement: Personal Statement

You will be required to submit a personal statement as part of your application. Write a brief personal statement (no more than 250 words) which answers each of the following questions:

  • Why would you like to undertake this program?

  • What do you hope to learn from this program?

  • How do you plan to manage the intensive study workload? List the strategies and resources you would use.

  • When group dynamics become uncomfortable, what strategies do you put in place to maintain a positive experience?
     

Press SUBMIT APPLICATION - or the application will remain pending and will not be assessed.