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  • Locations: Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Siem Reap, Cambodia
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • Restrictions: RMIT applicants only
  • 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.
Dates / Deadlines:

Exchange Program (Semester/Year) applicants: Scroll down to the Program Description to view exchange application deadlines.

All other programs: There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Key Experience Criteria
Key Experience Criteria
RMIT schools: Vocational Engineering, Health and Sciences Study level: Vocational Education
Program type: Global Work
About your Experience
HOH CambodiaProgram details
  • Tour Leader: Josh Davies and Jade Cusworth
  • Program Dates: 23 August 2018 – 6 September 2018
  • Availability: 10 students (8 for Myotherapy, 2 for Associate Degree in Health Sciences)
A trip organized in conjunction with HANDS-ON-HEALTH AUSTRALIA (HoHA), as part of their Global Community Health Exchange Programs, and facilitated by The Remedy Khmer Health Project.
These trips are designed to give students the opportunity to provide Myotherapy services to disadvantaged communities around Cambodia. We have partnered with other NGO’s to provide students a completely curated experience that allows them to practice and share their knowledge working with local community groups, all in a safe supervised environment.
Health Sciences: Assisting students will coordinate this project, provide triage to clients,  and provide support for the other students and tour leader. 

From where we stay, to what we do, to where we eat, each has been carefully selected (where possible) to contribute to social enterprises or NGO’s that are working on programs that help benefit the wider community.
These programs include visits to rural communities with little access to health services, organised health treatment camps & general sightseeing.

Program cost
The approximate cost of this program is AU$1500. This cost includes the following:
  • Accommodation (including home stays)
  • Meals
  • In country transport
  • Tours and entry fees
Additional costs to consider:
  • Return airfares - Melbourne to Phnom Penh
  • Visa for host country (if required)
  • Personal Expenditure
  • Vaccinations
  • RMIT tuition fee
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.

  • Students enrolled in the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy or the Associate Degree of Health Sciences
Academic Credit Itinerary
Leave Melbourne on 23/8/18
Day 1 is 25/8/18.
Arrival Saturday Program begins in Phnom Penh. Check-in to accommodation & dinner
Day 1 Sunday Visit to Wat Phnom for traditional blessing than a tour of S21 Toul Sleng, commonly referred to as the Genocide museum to learn about the history of the country.
This is followed by orientation of our treatments camps with local NGO One2One.

Day 2 Monday Rural treatment camp & homestay accommodation
Day 3 Tuesday Rural treatment camp & homestay accommodation
Day 4 Wednesday Rural treatment camp & guest house
Day 5 Thursday Rural treatment camp & guest house
Day 6 Friday Rural treatment camp then travel to Siem Reap
Day 7 Saturday Meet with partner NGO Xlability to play Wheelchair sports & contribute to the Adaptive Sports project & provide treatments to their disabled athletes, many of whom were victims of landmines or polio.
“The Adaptive Sports project serves as an inclusive platform in which people across all ages and all abilities can socialise and create a network of support. Participants in the sporting activities develop confidence, a sense of self-worth, leadership abilities, and self-discipline—all skills that are important for social integration and increasing employment opportunities.”
Day 8 Sunday Early wake up for the majestic sight of sunrise at Angkor Wat and tour of the sprawling temple complex.
Day 9 Monday Treatment camp than a visit to famous Siem Reap Phare Circus. The circus performers are graduates from “Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPSA) or “The Brightness of the Arts” a non-profit Cambodian association improving the lives of children, young adults, and their families with educational programs, art schools, and social support
Day 10 Tuesday Debrief & return journey to Phnom Penh
Arrive home on 6/9/18
Application and Selection process
STEP ONE: Apply for this program on Mobi by clicking on the "Apply Now" button on this page by 10 July 2018.
Complete the following questionnaires:
  1. Outbound Student Mobility: General Information
  2. Short Term Mobility: General Information
  • Associate Degree Health Science students the selection process will be aligned with Assessment Task 1: Resume and Job Interview."
  • Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy students are required to submit their application with a one page letter.  The letter will outline: why they wish to attend the tour, what they wish to get out of the tour and how they can assist others in learning on this tour.  The letters will then be ranked and selections made'. 
?STEP TWO: After the deadline, successful students will be contacted of the outcome and required to 'Accept' their place in the program.

Cancellation Fee
  • Students must withdraw their offer of acceptance prior to 6 July
There may be alternative ways to fund your trip. Please check the Scholarships website and Global Experience website for funding options.

Joshua Davies (Myotherapy),
Jade Cusworth (Health Sciences), 


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.