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  • Locations: Suva, Fiji
  • Program Terms: Summer School, Term 4
  • Restrictions: Only Study Overseas applicants may apply through GLAS
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Third-Party Program Study Tours: Governing Faculty: Faculty of Sciences
Funded Places Available: Yes - Short program Recommended Program: No
Program Description:
PEV 2020

Thanks to the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan there is funding available for students from the School of Agriculture, Food & Wine to visit Fiji with Project Everest and be involved in the FarmEd program.


The FarmEd program is a leading example of the social enterprises created by Project Everest to achieve the UN Sustainable Development goals. FarmEd’s purpose is simple: solve world hunger through accessible agricultural expertise. Through accessible agricultural advice, increased economic opportunities in local communities can be achieved through the development and optimisation of farmland and the associated supply chain.
View the FarmEd video to see the intention of the project.
For detail on the project, current experiments and developments see the digital platform used by Project Everest to collaborate: Project Detail
View the ‘Introduction to Fiji’ for an insight to project life in Fiji
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Term 4 2019: 25 November - 21 December 19


Summer School 2020: 5 January - 29 January  OR  3 February - 29 February

  • Students should initially apply directly to Project Everest for the FarmEd program of their choice through their website and follow their processes and deadlines.
  • 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 for faculty approval, and ensure students are covered for free comprehensive travel insurance under the University of Adelaide's travel policy. 
  • 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


This program is open to Agricultural students in the School of Agriculture, Food & Wine only. 


Thanks to the New Colombo Plan, eligible students from the School of Agriculture, Food & Wine may receive AU $3,000 to subsidise this program. Please visit the Study Overseas website for New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant Eligibility requirements.

Project Everest Ventures are also generously offering a further AU $1,000 grant to all University of Adelaide students who are eligible for a New Colombo Plan grant, allowing the full program fee to be subsidised for students.

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 and must apply via this link instead.

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


This program is designed to count as elective credit. Tt is at the discretion of a students Faculty as to what academic credit each student is eligible to receive.

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

Contact and Further Information

For more information about these program please visit the Project Everest website.

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

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