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Student led program/s:

AIESEC 
AIESEC
  • AIESEC is a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential.
  • AIESEC is a non-political, independent, not-for-profit organisation run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education. 
  • Once you have been accepted by AIESEC into your overseas program, students will need to register their activity with the Global Experience Office here , to ensure you can be covered by the RMIT complimentary travel insurance.
 

Other Global Experiences including:
  • Conferences & Summits
  • Symposiums
  • Competitions
 
Host Theme Location Dates Webpage Notes School contact (if any)
Global Voices The ‘UN Climate Talks’ (UNFCCC COP23)  Bonn, Germany 13 - 17 november 2017 View details here - Apply direct
- 1 funded place available
RMIT GEO
Global Voices The UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)  New York, USA March 2018 (*dates TBC) View details here  - Apply direct
- 1 funded place available
RMIT GEO
Engineering and Commerce Case Competition (ECCC) 

ECCC's mission is to bridge the communication gap between two major disciplines: Engineering and Commerce

Montreal, Canada 6 -10 March 2018 View details here Apply direct  
Humanitarian Affairs Asia 8th USLS Leadership Conference @UNITED NATIONS Bangkok: Building LIFE, Giving HOPE Bangkok, Thailand  1 - 7 August 2017 View details here Apply direct
 
GUSS Mobility
National University of Singapore Designing Resilience in Asia (DRIA)  Singapore 15 - 19 August 2017 Register here Only MA students selected for the competition can register here Architecture and Design
KDU University College Penang 4th International Student Conference: Be the Innovators Penang, Malaysia 25 - 27 September 2017 View details here Apply direct n/a
Hong Kong Baptist University 2017 IIBD International Case Competition: Entrepreneurship in a Changing Global Environment Hong Kong >> First Round: 
All participating teams will be assigned a case on 20 June 2017, and submit the case analysis report by 30 June 2017.
>> Final Round:
Five finalist teams will be chosen to enter the final round of the competition on 24 November 2017 in Hong Kong.
View details here Apply direct  n/a
             
             

Students:
  • Students must apply directly with the host organisation if there is no program collaboration between the host organisation and an RMIT college/school.
  • If you are accepted into any of the above programs, please register your activity with RMIT using the Global Mobility Registration: Other Short Programs
Host Theme Location Dates Webpage Notes School contact (if any)
Global Voices