Jessica Cong is committed to bridging the worlds of business and social impact to support financial inclusion and will undertake a Master of Business Administration next year.
New Colombo Plan scholarships will take three UNSW students to universities in Japan and Thailand.
UNSW Sydney has received the highest funding yet for its 2021 New Colombo Plan Mobility Program, supporting students in COVID-safe study and work overseas.
The federal government has announced 2020 funding for its New Colombo Plan – Mobility Program, which will support students to complete short-term study and work experiences in neighbouring countries, to strengthen Australia’s links in the region.
Translating a great start-up idea into a viable business requires hard work, effective time management, resourcefulness and resilience, according to graduand Michael Liang.
Jessica Cong says working for local NGOs gives valuable insight into how the skills she is developing at university can be applied in unique real-world situations.
New Colombo Plan scholarships will take six UNSW students to China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan and Taiwan in 2019.
An immersive study tour of India provided invaluable international experience for the students, who relished the opportunity to work with businesses supporting the program.
International education is more than foreign students coming to study in Australia and then leaving with a degree, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said at UNSW Sydney.
There is no reason to doubt the economic and cultural benefits that international university students bring to Australia, writes Laurie Pearcey.