Griffith University has received $1,196,250 in funding from the Federal Government as part of the New Colombo Plan 2019 Mobility Round.
From January next year, 224 Griffith students will undertake 20 projects across 14 countries around the Asia-Pacific.
Griffith’s projects – which include four collaborations as part of the Innovative Research Universities (IRU) consortium – will see students from the university working in Cambodia, China, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, the Republic of Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Hong Kong and Vietnam.
“Griffith has a long and proud history of engaging in the Asia-Pacific,” Professor Sarah Todd, Vice President (Global) said.
“The 2019 New Colombo Plan mobility projects provides opportunities for Australian students studying a diverse range of academic programs to travel and experience the Asia-Pacific region.
“Exchanges like these are a perfect chance for our students to gain new perspectives, broaden their worldviews and relationships, and ensure they leave

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