Applications have now opened, and eligible Queensland high school students in Years 8-11 are invited to apply through their school. Each state school or accredited non-state school may nominate up to 2 students.
Successful students and 2 teacher chaperones will take part in a 4-5 months research program prior to going on a 16-day tour of important memorial sites in London and the Western Front battlefields in France and Belgium, in April/May 2020.
Student applications close 5pm Friday 20 September 2019.
application package, helpful information and resources are available for student applicants.
Successful students and their chaperones will attend a tour briefing and 2-day research workshop in January 2020. It is a requirement of the program to attend this workshop, which is held during school holidays.
The Premier's Anzac Prize is a highly enriching program for young history enthusiasts. Explore
this year’s tour to see the tour in action.
Program and tour details
- 16-day tour to London, France and Belgium
- the prize is awarded to 8 Queensland students
- students must have prior parent/guardian consent
- successful students are required to attend a briefing session, a 2-day workshop and complete a research task in the 4-5 months prior to travel. Research is recorded in
- two teacher/chaperones will accompany the group for the whole tour and will be required to assist with the tour planning and pre-departure sessions.
- Return airfares
- land travel
- travel insurance
- most meals
- entry fees to all site visits.
Other international opportunities
The Department of Education International offers other
International opportunities for students and schools.
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