This collaborative program, delivered by Rangsit University will allow Bachelor of Pharmacy students to spend time in Bangkok, Thailand undertaking research activities with this highly regarded Institution. Interspersed with your research will be site visits to a pharmaceutical company.
You will also have the opportunity to participate in cultural activities and tours to help you appreciate the beauty of Thailand and its people.
This program is partially funded by the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan funding. CSU recognises the support of the Australian Government in providing targeted funds which have subsidised the cost of this program to students.
When: approximately 23 June - 14 July, 2019 (exact dates to be advised on notification of successful application)
Number of places available: 8
These programs will require minimum numbers to proceed.
Eligibility: CSU students enrolled in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy at the time of undertaking the program. You must also have room in your degree to incorporate PHM315 or PHM406 in your degree.
Academic Information: Students may be eligible to receive academic recognition for 8 points in PHM315 or PHM406. Students undertaking the three week program will be eligible to receive 8 points. This will require payment of a subject tuition fee and satisfactory participation and completion of specified assessment items. Students must liaise directly with their Course Director for approval to include this subject in their course structure and should do so prior to applying for this program.
Financial Assistance: CSU Global will award eligible students funding valued at AUD$3000 to reimburse associated travel costs. Eligibility is restricted to Australian Citizens enrolled in a CSU undergraduate degree and receiving academic recognition at the time of participating in the program. These subsidies are limited in number. Payment will be issued upon receipt of travel documentation - the specifics of which will be outlined in successful notification.
Students may also be eligible to receive financial assistance through the Australian Government's OS-HELP loan. OS-HELP is a loan available to eligible Commonwealth Supported students who want to undertake some of their study overseas. OS-HELP can be used for a range of expenses such as airfares, accommodation, and other travel or study expenses.
Eligibility for OS-HELP will be assessed once successful students are selected and is based on a number of criteria. Acceptance into a CSU Global program does not guarantee eligibility for the loan. Please note, you cannot pay your program deposit through OS-HELP.
All funding associated with CSU Global programs (travel grants, scholarships, subsidies and loans) is linked to successful completion of academic and program expectations. Failure to meet these requirements may result in funding being revoked.
Refer to CSU Global's Scholarships and Funding webpage for further information on financial assistance.
Cost: Approximately $1300* (Exact costs to be advised on notification of successful application)
*You cannot pay your program fee from your New Colombo Plan funding. This payment will be issued after you have made your travel arrangements. See Financial Assistance above for more information.
Costs should include: In-country program fee, site visit transport, accommodation (twin share).
Costs do not include: CSU subject fees, international airfares, travel insurance, visas, passports, immunisations (if required), additional meals/sightseeing, recreational activities, souvenirs, gratuities and incidentals. You should allow approximately AUD$40 per day for meals and transport.
Please note: This is an individually ticketed program (students to organise and purchase their own flights, travel insurance, visas and passports)
Application Timeline: Continue to the bottom of this page for application link
Charles Sturt University
Phone: + 61 2 6338 4068
Dr Maree Donna Simpson
School of Biomedical Sciences
Charles Sturt University
Phone: + 61 2 6365 7818