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  • Locations: Kratie, Cambodia
  • Program Terms: Summer School, Term 4
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Third-Party Program Study Tours: Governing Faculty: Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Funded Places Available: Yes - Short program Recommended Program: Yes
Program Description:
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Offered by Engineers Without Borders (EWB), the Humanitarian Design Summit provides an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the role engineering and technology play in creating positive change within communities. It has received unanimous praise from students who attended the Summit, and is endorsed by the University of Adelaide for both its content and outcomes.
   
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Dates

29 June - 12 July, 2020 




Applications
 
  1. Students should initially apply directly to Engineers Without Borders through their website and follow their processes and deadlines. This can be completed through their application form
  2. Students should then register their intent to participate in the program with Study Overseas through GLAS. This can be commenced by clicking the 'Apply Now' button at the top of this page.
  3. Additionally, Engineering students who would like to present the Humanitarian Design Summit in lieu of 2 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.



Funding

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

Eligible students may also access up to AUD$8,295 of funding from an OS-Help loan.

Please note that there will be a limited number of OS-Help Loans available in 2020, and some applicants may not be eligible for an OS-Help Loan. OS-HELP loans can only be processed once students have submitted their loan application forms and have met all eligibility requirements. Once approved, it can take 3-4 weeks for approved students to receive the funding.

Those who are not eligible for New Colombo Plan grants may still apply to join the program and may still be eligible for OS-HELP funding.

Travel insurance is provided free of charge by the University of Adelaide to students receiving credit or recognition 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.




Academic Information

For information about credit and academic information, please contact Dr Cris Birzer.



Contacts and More Information

For more information about the Humanitarian Design Summit, please see the Engineers Without Borders website.

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

 
 
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