Win a year of study in Australia
A year of study in Australia awaits the winner of an exciting new global online competition asking students to design digital postcards about their future and how an Australian education could take them there.
The Australian Government has launched the online competition, Win your Future Unlimited, which will run from 1 October to 18 November 2013. Prospective students from Malaysia are encouraged to participate in this exciting campaign.
“This Win your Future Unlimited is an opportunity for one lucky international student to show how an Australian education can generate real career outcomes.
“Studying in Australia delivers real life benefits in the shape of future professional and personal success,” said the Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia, H.E. Mr Miles Kupa.
“An Australian education focuses on the real world, connecting skills with industry needs and laying the foundation for future career success,” he added.
The main prize includes one year of study in Australia in 2014, including flights, tuition, accommodation, a stipend or bursary of AUD$15,000, an internship and more.
Before the winner is announced on 17 December 2013, seven finalists will be flown to Australia for a two-week study tour during which they will meet with representatives of tertiary institutions from coast to coast.
To enter, prospective international students should visit www.futureunlimited.com.au and complete four steps to create a digital postcard: (1) upload a photo; (2) add illustrations; (3) write 50 words or less describing future aspirations and how an Australian education would help realise them; (4) answer some basic questions, and submit the postcard.
Managed by the Australian Trade Commission, the competition is supported by 21 of Australia’s tertiary education and training providers and the following gold sponsors: Educational Testing Services (ETS), National Australia Bank, Qantas, Telstra, The University of New South Wales.
A promotional video of the competition can be viewed on YouTube. For more information, please contact [email protected].