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STT | Reimagining India
Agra, India; Delhi, India; Gurgaon, India; Mumbai, India (Outgoing Program)
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Program Terms: Spring,
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Restrictions: RMIT applicants only
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RMIT College (AUS)/School (VTN): Any compatible discipline Study level: Undergraduate
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2.0 Program type: Global Summer Programs
About your Experience
About your Experience
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**Apply directly to Indogenius by 31 May 2018 (first round) and 31 August 2018 (second round)**
Only students who have been accepted by Indogenius should proceed with their registration here. See program details and instructions below  to apply for the program.

Program details
  • Host organisation: Indgenius
  • Program dates:
    • 1 -15 December 2018
    • 2 -16 February 2019 (TBC)
Over two weeks, you will attend seminars at diplomatic enclaves, multinationals, and 3D printing workshops. You’ll also visit rural villages, ancient cities, and slum recycling centres. Along the way, you’ll consider India’s significant cultural influence and explore innovative contributions to global challenges. See the program website for more information.
This short-term program will be particularly attractive to all RMIT students interested in Indian culture; running during the Melbourne summer semester break, this will allow students to complete one or two undergraduate electives or core courses outside the main semesters.

Eligibility
  • All RMIT students (see Academic Credit information below about seeking RMIT credit)
Academic / tour outcomes
Participants will interact with 20+ local and international organisations in Delhi, Mumbai, and Jaipur:
  • On-site visits and talk with industry experts from various sectors;
  • Government bodies, including the Australian High Commission;
  • Visits to prestigious institutions to meet students and learn about their entrepreneurial businesses and ideas;
  • On-site visits and activities with social enterprises.
  • You will meet and network with business leaders at their corporate offices and interact with the world’s fastest-growing startup ecosystem.
Technology and globalization are transforming the spaces in which we live, learn and work. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, careers in the 21st Century will be very different to recent decades. Young graduates need to be adaptable, creative and confident to thrive in an increasingly competitive and uncertain future.
In addition to learning about India, the program will provide you with the skills and network to thrive in a future that will be very different from today.
See 2017 syllabus for more detailed information: Reimagining India 2017 Syllabus.pdf

Academic credit at RMIT
This is an opportunity for you to gain credit for your degree during the RMIT mid-semester break.
  • The exact credit will need to be discussed with your RMIT Program Coordinator. You will need to complete a study plan as part of your application as per the application process below.
NOTE: if approved to receive academic credit you will enrol into study abroad EXTL placeholder courses for which you will pay not tuition fees to RMIT.

Program cost
Cost for this program is approximately: $AU3250
This includes:
  • Admission
  • Accommodation
  • Some meals
  • Domestic transport
Additional costs to consider (but not limited to):
  • Flights
  • Host country visa ($65 approx)
  • Vaccinations
  • Personal expenditure
 Student travel insurance
Students on approved overseas activities receive complimentary travel insurance (policy number: 41443), although you may require additional cover depending on your circumstances. 
For more detailed information, please refer here

Accommodation
  • 3 to 4-star accommodation on twin/triple sharing basis
Application and registration process
STEP 1: Discuss this opportunity with your RMIT School / Program Manager to  confirm whether you are eligible for credit. If you are eligible for credit seek study plan approval (See here for more information about seeking study plan approval.)
STEP 2: Apply directly to Indogenius by their deadlines
A deposit of AU$250 non-refundable is payable to Indogenius directly to confirm participation.
STEP 3: Register via Mobi by clicking the ‘Apply now’ button above by 1 November 2018
Your application must include:
  1. Academic Approval: your RMIT school-approved study plan. See here for more information about seeking study plan approval.
STEP 4: Once your application has been finalised and accepted by Indogenius, you will be sent more information from the Global Experience office about predeparture and enrolment

Funding There may be alternative ways to fund your trip. Please check the Scholarships website and Global Experience website for funding options.

RMIT contact
Philippa Scott
Global Experience Advisor (Short-Term programs)
Email: global.shortprogram@rmit.edu.au
Phone: +61 3 9925 9980

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Exchange Program (Semester/Year): scroll to the Program Description to apply.

All Other Programs: once application cycle opens, use the "Apply Now" button that will appear in this section.