Are you looking for an opportunity to enhance your resume and stand out from the competition? A study tour offers a great way to develop your knowledge and practical skills while receiving credit towards your ECU degree.
Study tours are group programs led by an academic staff member and can run from 1 - 6 weeks in length (usually between semesters).
General eligibility requirements*:
*Please note that individual faculties and schools may have higher requirements. Below is a list of upcoming study tours in the school.
This unique, life changing Student Leadership Program to India is open to all ECU students. Participants will gain first-hand knowledge of one of the world’s fastest growing economies (and an important trading partner of Western Australia) and increase their career prospects. The program includes academic activities at Mumbai University and Benares Hindu University in India, and opportunities to engage with some of India’s most important industries, including Business, Social Sectors Education, Health, Communications, Media, Engineering, IT and Science. The program also includes cultural activities; including visit to orphanages, charity organizations, temples, world heritage sites and rural villages. Students will participate in a structured industry program, visiting different companies, seminars and local industry expos, and networking with professional bodies from a variety of industry sectors. The program will also include visits to trade missions, research centres and charities, which will give students an insight into the Indian economy and society.
Tour Leader: Leisa Armstrong
The project is designed to enable three undergraduate students to undertake a project, involving an international offshore experience, which is relevant to an environmental discipline associated with their course of study. The project will provide students with an opportunity to draw together theory and practical experience on current environmental issues of importance to Vietnam, within the historical, economic, political and social context. The project will be comprised of a 4 week visit to Thai Nguyen University. Students will gain credit towards their degree through Natural Sciences Project Unit (SCI3120).
Tour Leader: Dave Blake
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