|Unit code||ATS3314 / APG4314|
|Coordinator||Associate Professor Mark Baker and Dr Noah Shenker|
|Dates||5-20 July 2015|
Tuition fees: Monash students will be charged either full-fees or Commonwealth supported place (CSP) fees according to their verified funding status. Non-Monash students should contact the Arts in Prato Coordinator for further information on tuition fees.
Land package: $4,250 includes application fee, internal group flight JHB-KIGALI-JHB; 15 nights’ accommodation; all meals; transport; touring; tipping; visa to enter Rwanda.
Total package: $5,850 includes the above land package and the Qantas international flight MEL-JHB-MEL.
Application fee: $500 (pay via Monash ecart).
Balance of package fee: You will pay the balance of whichever package you choose above directly to the travel service provider (due 1 May 2015). Further information will be provided once your application has been approved.
Read the Faculty refund policy.
NB: We would advise you to read the ISP application form and travel insurance policy carefully. You are also advised to register your travel plans with DFAT so that you receive updates about the countries you will be visiting during the program.
Applications open: 3 November 2014
Applications close: 4pm Monday 17 November 2014
Applications open: 21 November 2014
Applications close: 4pm Tuesday 2 December 2014
Late applications will be accepted until places are filled or 4pm 16 January 2015.
First read the ‘Before you apply’ information (see link above this table) for the full application process.
Pre-requisites for ATS3314: Twelve credit points of second-year Arts units.
Download ISP Application – Seeking Justice, South Africa and Rwanda (PDF)
Download Draft itinerary Rwanda
Download Travel information Rwanda
Leizor Pinskier Scholarship (NB: The first application round closed 31 Oct 2014 but there will be another round opening in Jan 2015.)
Other funding and financial assistance information.
5pm-6.30pm 21 May 2015, Caulfield (to be confirmed) – attendance compulsory