Asia Pacific Week 2015 at The Australian National University
Deadline: March 27, 2015 | Views: 40
Date: 29 June- 3 July 2015.
Type: Fully Funded.
The Australian National University’s Asia Pacific Week is an interdisciplinary conference aimed at high-achieving students from around the world who have an interest in Asia and the Pacific. Now in its fifth year, Asia Pacific Week 2015 explores the theme ‘Roads Less Travelled.’
Bringing together 100 of the best students from across the globe, the 2015 conference continues the tradition of bringing together scholars, policymakers and senior officials of the highest calibre for a week of stimulating discussion and debate. As a delegate you will have the opportunity to not only hear from peak experts, but to engage in interactive panels, debates and simulations. The next generation of Asia-Pacific specialists leave with a network of friends and contacts from across the globe.
If you are interested in attending Asia Pacific Week 2015, please fill out an expression of interest form. Applications open 2 March and close 27 March 2015.
The Australian National University is committed to minimising the costs of attending Asia Pacific Week 2015. As such, the committee is proud to announce that there is no conference fee for delegates.
Delegates from IARU partnership universities may also be eligible to receive travel scholarships to aid in covering flight costs (or other travel expenses). Asia Pacific Week 2015 has confirmed that students who attend the following universities are eligible for the specified scholarships.
- National University of Singapore.
- ETH Zurich.
- Peking University.
- University of Copenhagen.
- University of Oxford.
- University of Tokyo.
- Yale University.
Forms and information for delegates accepted into Asia Pacific Week 2014 are provided below. Please return the relevant forms to [email protected] by the April 21 2014.
All overseas delegates need to complete part A only. All Australian delegates need to complete part A & section i (please note you are required to sign section i before returning the form).