The Jumbunna International Experience program provides undergraduate Indigenous students the opportunity to have an international experience during their studies.
Over the past three years, students have travelled to Aotearoa (New Zealand). The trips included Powhiri (traditional welcome to the Marae which is the meeting ground of a Maori community), a visit to Te Papa (the National Museum), a tour of the Rotorua seismic area, a Hangi (meal cooked under the ground), a Maori concert party, and a visit to Waitangi (the Treaty House).
Information about the International Experience Program is circulated to students each year which includes details about selection criteria and the closing dates for the submission of Expressions of Interest.
The program is funded by UTS International and has been running since 2012.