Humanitarian Design Internship

Journey to India in 2018 with the Humanitarian Design Internship

The Humanitarian Design Internship is an educational study tour that provides students with professional work experience. Participants will undertake more than 80 hours of full-time design work experience over two weeks in India. Students will undertake a team design project in conjunction with Indian community partners.

Applications for summer 2017/2018 are now closed

Humanitarian Design Internship (ABPL30064)

Participants will expand their design and development knowledge while engaging in an overseas educational experience. Participants will also build an understanding of effective development goals, such as participation, empowerment, and capacity building.

Destination and travel dates

  • Summer 2018/2019 program dates and location in India will be confirmed

Scholarships

New Colombo Plan Scholarship Funding is available for 25 domestic students who are apply for the Humanitarian Design Internship subject and are successful in their application.

Applications

Applications for the 2018/2019 Humanitarian Design Internship will open in September 2018

  • Bachelor of Environments and Bachelor of Design students are eligible to apply.
  • Applications will be ranked according to student academic merit and preference will be given to students in their final year of study in 2019.
  • Please note that students must have at least one more semester of study to complete in 2019 (for graduation purposes).

More information

Please email abp-internship@unimelb.edu.au with any questions or to arrange a meeting for further discussion.

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