Our students are preparing for a very different future than their parents. To succeed in an interconnected and interdependent world, young people need the skills and understanding to connect with other cultures locally and globally. The Department of Education recognises that our students live in a globally connected world and aims to create successful global citizens.
In support of this goal, International Services has collaborated with partners to offer a range of international study tours and programs in Europe. These programs focus on the development of our students as global citizens of the future with an emphasis on the development of their language skills.
Chaperoning also provides professional development opportunities for teachers to increase language proficiency and improve teaching and learning in the classroom.
International study tours and programs are offered in Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Belgium, United Kingdom and France (as part of the Premier's Anzac Prize).
The Premier's Anzac Prize (United Kingdom, Belgium and France)
Fri.Sa.Li Global Student Program, Italy
StuditaliA Prize, Italy
Switzerland and Germany Global Student Program