About the Programs


 

About the Endeavour Leadership Program (ELP)

The ELP supports Australian undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational education and training (VET) students to have an overseas study experience that contributes to their Australian qualification.

 

The Endeavour Leadership Program Guidelines provide information about the funding available, including setting out specific program information

 

 

The Applicant Guide for institutions and the FAQs provide futher detail on application assessment processes

 

 Institutions can apply for funding under one of three categories that make up the Endeavour Leadership Program:

   

Student Exchange

 
  • Funding for undergraduate and postgraduate (masters only) students (outbond and inbound) to undertake semester exchange in global locations (excluding New Colombo Plan locations for outbound undergraduates)
  • Funding of up tp $5000 per student is available.
  • Study must be for academic credit and equivalent to at least one full study period as recognised by the Australian higher education provider, up to 12 months in duration.
  • Requires a partnership agreement to support tuition fee waiver and credit transfer.
 

Short Term

 
  • Grants for undergraduate and postgraduate (masters only) students and VET students to undertake short-term study in global locations excluding New Colombo Plan locations for outbond undergraduates and Cheung Kong countries for all undergraduates.
  • Short-term funding of $2500 per student

 

Cheung Kong Exchange

 
  • Jointly funded by the Australian Government and Cheung Kong, represented in Australia by Powercor Australia. This unique and successful public/private partnership has involved the Government and Cheung Kong contributing matched funding to support undergraduate student exchange between Australia and selected Asian locations for over 10 years. 
  • Funding for undergraduate students (outbound and inbound) to undertake semester exchange to: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea (South Korea), Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
  • Funding of up to $5000 per student is available..
  • Study must be for academic credit and equivalent to at least one full study period as recognised by the Australian higher education provider, up to 12 months in duration.
  • Requires a partnership agreement to support tuition fee waiver and credit transfer.
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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