The Jumbunna International Experience program provides undergraduate Indigenous students with the opportunity to have an international experience during their studies.
Cultural Experience, New Zealand
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 2020 Cultural Experience will be emailed to students. Find out about the 2019 Cultural Experience, New Zealand.
Field School Program, Peru, South America
By going through each of the stages required to carry out the field research processes, at the end of the program, students will have expanded their knowledge of Peruvian history and culture, have learned about the day-to-day activities of local communities, have improved their ability to analyze social aspects and have contributed to the satisfaction of needs by applying theoretical concepts to local problems. The experience gained in this course could be the basis for the development of future research topics at university. Information about the Field School Program will be emailed to students. Find out about the 2019 Field School Program, Peru.
Other international opportunities:
- The Dr Bob Morgan Scholarship is available for Indigenous students wishing to travel overseas. Visit the scholarship page for more information