Overseas opportunities

ArtsEd Faculty Led Global Mobility Programs

Combine study and cultural immersion, while gaining credit towards your degree. Students in the Faculty of Arts and Education have a range of opportunities available for course credit in the areas of Communication, Creative Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. We welcome you to look through the below listed programs that plan to run in 2020. More information on each program will be released by the end of March.

Applications for 2020 programs will open in late March/early April 2020.

T3 2020 programs:

ProgramDestinationDatesApplications Status
People, Culture and Society Enterprise InternshipVietnamJanuary 21'Applications open soon
Japan Screen & Design Industry ProjectJapanNovemberApplications open soon
Morocco Journalism WIL ProjectMoroccoNovemberApplications open soon
Social Enterprise WIL ProjectBorneoOct - JanApplications open soon
Arabic In-Country Language Program Oman Dec - FebApplications open soon

Japanese Politics, Society and Culture Study Tour (AIS203)

Japan Nov - DecApplications open soon
Middle East Study Tour (AIE365) Jordan and Qatar NovemberApplications open soon
India Buddhist Studies Study Tour (ASP263)IndiaDec - JanApplications open soon
Global Education Program (GEP)Switzerland, Vietnam
& Northern Territory
See websiteOpen now




Faculty-led programs are all subject to an application and selection process. Students will be able to enrol in these programs on StudentConnect after they have been offered a place.


Individual International Internships

Individual international internships are a fantastic opportunity for you to gain insight and experience in a different countries workplace. By undertaking an internship abroad, you will see yourself living overseas and gaining work experience in a local host organisation. How great will this look on your resume!?

Students are responsible for finding and securing their own internship opportunity, and all internships must count towards credit. Students considering an international internship must follow the steps outlined on the Internship process for students website.

There are a number of ways students can arrange their own internship abroad. They are:

  • Through online job sites advertising internship opportunities
  • Through researching and contacting organisations abroad directly
  • Through your own network of contacts
  • Through a Third Party Provider

A third party provider helps you arrange and secure an internship with an overseas host organisation directly. They can also assist with organising your living arrangements when abroad, your visa etc. Please note that an application and/or program fee may apply and all placements sourced through third-party providers are subject to Unit Chair approval for credit Internship providers include (but are not limited to):

Please note that internships in the United States will not be approved towards credit. This is due to recent changes in the visa requirements for credited programs in the US.

If you have any questions or concerns about potential organisations and whether your potential organisation is suitable for an international internship, you can contact the Faculty of Arts and Education - Work Integrated Learning Team via artsed-wil@deakin.edu.au or call 03 9246 8759.


Deakin Abroad Programs

  • Short Term Partner Programs: 2-6 week intensive units offered by Deakin's Partner Universities or approved hosts.
  • Trimester Abroad: study overseas at one of the many partner universities Deakin has an agreement with for either one or two trimesters. More than 200 partner universities all over the world.
  • Global Volunteering: 2–3 week projects designed to introduce you to new people and places, expand your understanding of different cultures throughout the world and engage with unique communities.
  • Global Citizenship Program (GCP): Deakin's Global Citizenship Program is specifically designed to engage you with a variety of global programs and activities that can build up your skills in areas that are important in the global workplace and global community.

Planning for overseas experiences

It is important students contact a Student Adviser regularly to discuss over overseas experiences can contribute towards your course. Contact a Student Adviser


Questions?

Contact the ArtsEd Work Integrated Learning (WIL) team

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