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Inaugural NCP ASEAN fellow Hayley Winchombe made the most of her time in the region, including interning with the ASEAN Foundation in Jakarta.
The Youth Co:Lab programme aims to establish a common agenda for countries in the Asia-Pacific region to empower and invest in youth.
Mitsui & Co. (Australia) warmly embraced the New Colombo Plan from its launch in 2014.
The NCP Industry Symposium explored ways for business, government & universities to prepare more legal graduates for international careers.
His journey has taken him from Gympie in regional Queensland to the bright lights of Japan’s fifth biggest city, Sapporo.
In 2019, the New Colombo Plan will support 11,817 students to take part in 792 mobility projects in 36 host locations in the Indo-Pacific.
A NCP mobility study tour to Fiji has helped a group of Australian undergraduates gain a deeper appreciation of their own Indigenous culture.
Myles Kreis is a long way from his family’s Gayndah beef property.
NCP China scholar Harrison See, from Edith Cowan University, has always been interested in exploring cultural identity through his work.
Business engagement has been critical to ensuring NCP students get the full benefit of living, studying & working in the dynamic Indo-Pacific region.
Announcing 120 New Colombo Plan scholarships to talented undergraduates to live, study and work in the Indo-Pacific region.
The New Colombo Plan embraced Mitsui & Co as a partner in 2015 and it has since hosted 64 NCP mobility students and scholars in Japan.
The program will support one New Colombo Plan alumnus from each Australian university to promote the value of engaging with the Indo-Pacific region.
The grants support 13,000 undergraduates from 40 Australian universities to live, study and complete internships in 35 countries across our region.
University of the Sunshine Coast civil engineering students spent a week in rural Laos lending their skills to a unique project to protect wildlife.
Until last year, mature age electronic engineering student and New Colombo Plan scholar Rebecca Thorburn had never traveled out of Victoria by herself
Lachlan Haycock worked at one of Indonesia’s major English language digital media companies - the Jakarta Globe.
Aspiring fashion designer Paige Philogene studied for 6 months in New Delhi to experience one of the world's most vibrant textile industries.
Catherine Yen says her New Colombo Plan scholarship will allow her to access a career that she never thought possible.
Sara Khamkoed is writing a young adult's novel to create greater cross-cultural understanding.
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