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  • Locations: Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Program Terms: Mid-Semester Break 2, Summer School, Term 4
  • Restrictions: Only Adelaide applicants may apply through GLAS
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer School 2020 18-Oct-2019 ** Rolling Admission 05-Jan-2020 18-Jan-2020
Term 4 2019 18-Oct-2019 ** Rolling Admission 07-Dec-2019 20-Dec-2019

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
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 Health Sciences, Faculty of Sciences, Faculty of the Professions (Business and Economics), Faculty of the Professions (ECIC), Faculty of the Professions (Education) Funded Places Available: Yes - Short program
Program Description:
 
Unbound

Offered by Unbound, and supported by the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan, the Global Challenges (Nepal) program is a unique opportunity to explore this complex country and dive deep into building strong and resilient communities. With partners, the focus of this program explores the built environment – the architecture, design and engineering required to build a strong community, as well as understanding the effect of the recent earthquake. The program then looks to the bigger community and social aspects to forge strong societies, including education, livelihoods and equality. Participating students will become part of this journey of transition in Nepal, and make real connections as they explore the local innovations and programs that are building a brighter future in this remarkable country.

Students are advised to book flights only when Faculty approval has been sought and admission into the program has been confirmed by Unbound. Please note that students will be traveling independently to Nepal. This is not a study tour led by University of Adelaide staff.


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Dates


This program takes place over multiple dates:
 
Term 4, 2019: 7 - 20 December, 2019

Summer School, 2020: 5 - 18 January, 2020



Eligibility

This program is multi-disciplinary and students from all faculties are encouraged to apply. It is at the discretion of a students Faculty as to what academic credit each student is eligible to receive.



Applications
  • Students must apply for the program directly through the Unbound and follow their processes and deadlines. Students should note that the Unbound application deadlines for this program.
  • Once students have applied to the Unbound, they must then register their intent to participate in this program with the University of Adelaide. This is done by clicking the 'Apply Now' button at the top of this page. This will commence an application for faculty approval, and ensure students are covered by the University of Adelaide's comprehensive travel and health insurance policy while participating in the program. 
  • 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.


Program Fee

The fee for this program is AUD$3,250. This includes all program accommodation, meals, educational content, cultural experiences, program facilitators, translators and local guides, cultural and social activities, ground transport in India, pre-departure support, safety and security monitoring and planning.

The program fee does not include international flights, passport and visa costs or personal expenses.



Financial Assistance:

Thanks to the New Colombo Plan, eligible students may receive up to AUD$3,000 to subsidise their participation in this program. Please visit the Study Overseas website for New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant Eligibility requirements.

Eligible students may access up to AUD$8,149 of funding from an OS-HELP loan.

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



Credit Pre Approval Information

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours): students undertaking a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree are encouraged to participate in this program. Engineering students who would like to present the Humanitarian Design Summit in lieu of 2 or 3 weeks of practical engineering experience are advised to fill out the Overseas Practical Experience Approval form and present it to their School Practical Experience Coordinator for approval. The Practical Experience Coordinator will consider the information in the form and, if satisfied, provide students with written conditional approval in section C of the form. Students are to provide the conditional approval to the AskECMS faculty office in order for AskECMS to approve students' GLAS application through Study Overseas.

Students from other Schools: it is at the discretion of a student's Faculty as to what academic credit each student is eligible to receive. Students are advised to discuss credit approval direclty with their Faculty before applying to Unbound. A detailed program description can be found here.



Contact and Further Information

For more information about the Global Challenges (Nepal) program please visit the Unbound website.

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


 
 
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