Engage Asia Pacific Prizes

The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is committed to recognising and rewarding Asia Pacific Languages and Global Studies students. The Engage Asia Pacific Prizes are designed to inspire students to pursue their interest in Asia and the Pacific through continued study of the region.

The prize

The College will award up to 10 x $200 Co-op Bookshop vouchers to students within the ACT. Eligible schools and colleges are invited to nominate 1-2 students in year 11 or year 12 who meet the criteria.

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India National Parliamentary Fellowship Program

The National Parliamentary Fellowship Program gives two fellows the opportunity for a three months foreign policy focused research stay in New Delhi.

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US Congressional Research Fellowship Program

Put yourself in the heart of US policy action

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The ANU EngageAsia program provides programs and courses for school teachers and school students looking to expand their knowledge of Asia and the Pacific. It is run by the ANU College of Asia and Pacific which is the national centre for research and education on Asia.
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