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  • Locations: Mumbai, India; New Delhi, India
  • Program Terms: Summer School, Term 4
  • Restrictions: Only Study Overseas applicants may apply through GLAS
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Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Third-Party Program Academic Level: Undergraduate
Study Tours: Governing Faculty: Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Sciences, Faculty of the Professions (Architecture), Faculty of the Professions (Business and Economics), Faculty of the Professions (ECIC), Faculty of the Professions (Education) Funded Places Available: Yes - Short program
Recommended Program: Yes
Program Description:
 
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Did you know India has overtaken China as the world's fastest growing economy? Many Australians future careers will be linked to India, so its a great time to get some India experience under your belt and onto your CV. India is famous for being the most diverse place on earth but it is also undergoing an extraordinary economic transformation. With over 150 Australian alumni to date and supported by the Australian Government, "Reimagining India", is a life-changing two-week interdisciplinary experiential learning program.

Offered by Team IndoGenius, the Reimagining India program allows students to discover contemporary India’s growing political and economic role globally. Participants will have first-hand opportunities to experience the cultural, political, entrepreneurial and socioeconomic worlds of India. The expert-led tour will take you to Mumbai, Jaipur, Agra and New Delhi - visiting everything from centuries old monuments to cutting-edge multinationals; from megacity metros to rural villages. The program cuts across India’s socio-economic pyramid with visits to palaces and IT parks to grassroots health project and slum recycling centres.

Adelaide students will join a group comprised of students from Central Queensland University, Charles Darwin University, Griffith University, La Trobe University Australia, University of Newcastle Australia, University of New South Wales Australia, University of New England, Queensland University of Technology, RMIT and University of Technology Sydney.

To be considered for a funded place on the program, you must a) meet New Colombo plan eligibility requirements b) apply directly to IndoGenius prior to the deadline (20 October 2019) c) register your intention to participate in this program with the University of Adelaide by clicking the 'Apply Now' button at the bottom of this page. 

Those who are not eligible for these prestigious scholarships may apply to join the program as self-funded participants.

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Program Dates

Term 4 2019 -  30 November to 14 December
Application deadline: October 30, 2019
 
Summer School 2020 - 1 February to 15 February
        
Application deadline: December 12, 2019



Applications
 
  • Students should initially apply directly to IndoGenius through their website and following their processes and deadlines. This can be completed through the Application form. Full details, and links to the application form, are available on the IndoGenius website.

 

  • Once this is completed, students should then register their intent to participate in this program with the University of Adelaide. This can be commenced by clicking the 'Apply Now' button at the top of this page. This will commence an application to your Faculty for approval to participate in this program. Faculty Approval allows students are covered for free comprehensive travel insurance under the University of Adelaide's travel policy and access funding support from the University of Adelaide and IndoGenius.
 
  • Regardless of applications for grants, OS-Help, or any other factors, all students participating in this program must register their experience with the University of Adelaide.

Students who have missed the University of Adelaide registration deadline should contact Study Overseas.



Funding

Thanks to the New Colombo Plan, eligible and credit-bearing students may receive up to AU $3,000 to subsidise this program if they apply to Indogenius. Please visit the Study Overseas website for New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant Eligibility requirements.

Students may also be eligible for up to AU $8,149 in OS-HELP funding.

Those who are not eligible for New Colombo Plan scholarships may apply to join the program as self-funded participants.

Travel insurance is provided by the University of Adelaide to students receiving credit for this program.



Credit Information

Please see the Reimagining India 2018 Syllabus for detailed course information. Your Faculty advisor will need to see the syllabus for this program in order to assess whether you would be eligible to receive credit for this program. For faculty approval and credit related inquiries please contact your relevant Faculty advisor.

Please note that in order to receive Government and University funding, the program must be contributing to the requirements of your degree.



Contacts and More Information

For more information about the Reimagining India program, please see the IndoGenius website.

For more information about registering your overseas experience with the University of Adelaide, please contact Study Overseas.



What do our students say about this program?

 
"The Reimagining India program has opened my mind and softened my heart more than any other course I have taken, or anything that I have ever experienced. India is a complex country with unique challenges and incredibly innovative solutions and I truly thank Team IndoGenius for helping me to realise the importance of India in my everyday life. Their expert understanding of the Indian culture allowed our visits to be insightful and respectful. I am very grateful for the experiential learning model which allowed me to search for lessons that applied to my career in education, while also being exposed to ideas that hadn't ever crossed my mind. Now that I have returned to Australia and had an opportunity to reflect on the journey, I've found myself more eager to learn about the world and be a global citizen. Thank you Team IndoGenius, New Colombo Plan and the University of Adelaide (among many others) for this life-changing experience!"
 
Maria Blackmore, The University of Adelaide

 
 
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