1 year ago

22 September, 2016

LAW101 UNSW Law Building

Organised by:
Australia China Youth Association (ACYA)

Hey there!

Are you currently preparing to go on exchange to China, Hong Kong or Taiwan next semester? Are you in the middle of your application or considering going to those destinations for exchange or for a short study? Or do you simply want to hear fellow UNSW student’s exchange experience in this region?

If the answer is “yes”, then you need to come to this Exchange Panel!

This Education’s event is brought to you by ACYA and AIESEC UNSW! We will be bringing UNSW students who have recently returned from exchange from Hong Kong, China and Taiwan to share their experiences in these cities and countries, from different faculties including Commerce, Law and Engineering. This will be an opportunity for you to hear from these student’s experience. If you are interested in attending, please register you interest here: https://goo.gl/forms/oY5vzYnHejusDJp73

NB: There are limited spots available for this event, so please ensure you register early- as seats are given out on a first come first serve basis. If you have registered and are unable to make it, please notify us immediately at acya.unsw@gmail.com.au, so we can offer it to other prospective students.

The Exchange Panel will be broken down into 2 parts:

4-5pm: Panel Discussion with UNSW students who have returned from exchange to Hong Kong, China and Taiwan

5-6pm: Networking session with the panelists and other students who have also returned from exchange will be in attendance to answer your questions

*Light Refreshments will be provided on the night

The Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) is an international organisation with chapters in all major universities in Australia and major cities in China. ACYA is passionate about providing our member's opportunities ranging from Careers, Education and Social Events. We provide the gateway for students who wish to learn more about the Australia-China Space and those interested in learning about the cultures, languages and career opportunities in China and Australia.

If you wish to learn more about what ACYA provides and to get YOU connected, feel free to contact us at acya.unsw@gmail.com