Many of our current and former students tell us that the most rewarding part of their time at ANU, beyond the formal learning experience, is the opportunity for localised learning experiences in Asia and the Pacific.
We have observed that in-country time leads not just to better language skills, but also greater understanding of regional context and international connectedness – regardless of student background or degree program.
The Asia and the Pacific Travel Grant aims to assist more ANU students benefit from in country learning experiences regardless of background or financial situation.
A gift to the Grant is an investment in greater understanding of regional context and international connectedness.
“The most life changing thing about my time at ANU was my ability to spend time in Indonesia.
“The experience ingrained in me a passion for Indonesia and for the public interest side of the law – in helping people to improve their lives and improve their situations.”
View our interview with Jennifer Robinson, Human rights lawyer