University Academic Credit & Funding Opportunities

PE Ventures is proud to work alongside tertiary institutions in Australia and Singapore in order to offer students the best possible integration of our project with their degree.

This not only allows some students to access academic credit, scholarships and grants, but enables you to see how your discipline can be utilised to assist in solving some of the world’s most complex issues.

 

It’s important to note, that all academic credit needs to be assessed case-by-case and approved in the same way.

To understand if you’re eligible to apply for academic credit: please contact your Faculty to understand if the project is eligible for the course credit, contact your Mobility Centre (ask for the Overseas Short Programs team) to register your intention to travel – they can offer great support, and when relevant, the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) team. Three useful points of contact at your university. 

To find out what credit our students have gained previously, please see your university’s logo below. These are not all pre-approved, your university must make this decision based on your study load, electives, project relevance, and credit parameters! 

The Global Citizenship Award
Participating in a Project Everest project may count for Citizenship in Action points as part of USYD’s Global Citizenship Award (GCA). The GCA is an extra-curricular program providing distinctive international leadership opportunities to prepare you as a global citizen that undertaken alongside any degree at USYD. An Overseas internship or volunteer work (100 hours or more) with Project Everest is equal to 25 points which is a quarter of the points you need to complete the program. Interested students must complete the Global Citizenship Award registration form to join the program. Although this pathway, does not directly give you access to credit or funding, by engaging in a range of internationally focused activities, USYD students get real experience at applying the concepts of cross-cultural understanding, all the while enhancing their resume. Employers want universal, critical thinkers that have a broad range of skill sets when entering the job market.
Science Internship
This course had been developed for students who find a work placement / internship either unpaid or paid and would like to receive academic credit for the placement. This course will enable students to explore and gain a practical understanding of the requirements and expectations of the professional workplace through experiential learning. Students will develop their knowledge, capabilities and employability skills. Internships/work placements enable students to gain practical, supervised experience in the workplace. The course is available to domestic and international students. If a domestic or international student wishes to undertake an overseas work placement extra conditions will apply before the placement is approved. Students must have a WAM of 65 with no more than 1 fail or above and have completed 48 units of credit to be eligible for this course. Permission to enrol in SCIF2199 will only be granted if the work internship/work placement is compatible to the student’s major. Enrolment in this subject enables you access to an OS-HELP loan. For more information on OS-HELP loans and to apply, please click here. * This Subject is not available to Psychology and Vision Science major students* Click here for more information.
Engineering Professional Experience
As a requirement for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering, students are required to obtain at least 12 weeks approved professional experience in a relevant industry during the course and submit an Industrial Training report and show they satisfy the requirement. A Project Everest Project can account for 4 weeks of your professional experience requirement by enrolling in the subject ENGG4999. 8-12 week projects must be approved by the faculty on a case-by-case situation. Students must have completed 48 credit points towards their degree to order to enrol in this unit. Click here for more information.
HUMS2003 - Arts & Social Sciences Global Internship
This course affords you with the unique opportunity to gain international experience and workplace skills through work-integrated learning in overseas locations. By being placed in an international governmental organisation, non-government organisation, or business you will have the opportunity to gain practical experience and develop skills that will enrich your studies at UNSW. This internship will expose you to a range of political, social and cultural experiences in a global context.

Students are to submit an EOI online to begin the application process https://applyonline.unsw.edu.au/login

Engineering Professional Experience
As a requirement to complete a Bachelor of Engineering, students are required to obtain at least 12 weeks approved professional experience in a relevant industry during the course and submit a report to the satisfaction of the Discipline Directors of Studies. Students may be able to get recognition for a part of their Professional Experience requirement when undertaking a Project Everest Project and must consult with their academic coordinator. Students must have completed at least 12 months of engineering specific subjects, or equivalent of 48 credit points, towards their degree. OS-HELP may be available. For more information about this approach Office for Global Student Mobility or your Course Coordinator. 
Careers Ready Learning and Program.
UOW Careers Central offers this internship subject as an elective to all undergraduate students who have completed at least 72 credit points, or the equivalent of three full sessions, and have a weighted average mark of 60 or above. In CRLP200/201, students develop their ability to plan and manage their career and must complete a work experience component. A Project Everest project may be recognised as required experience for this subject. Please consult with your academic supervisor to learn more.
OS-HELP is also available for students undertaking this subject and as part of its successful completion; students must attend one compulsory placement preparation workshop.  
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Professional Experience in Business
The Professional Experience in Business elective is aimed at integrating and applying your university skills into a real-world industry setting. To be eligible to apply to undertake COMM391: Professional Experience in Business, students must have completed at 72 credit points, including core subjects from 1st year business. A Project Everest project may be recognised as required experience for this subject. Please consult with your academic supervisor to learn more.
OS-HELP is also available for students undertaking this subject and as part of its successful completion. 
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Engineering Professional Experience
As a requirement for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering, students are required to obtain at least 12 weeks approved professional experience in a relevant industry during the course. A Project Everest Project can account for 4-12 weeks of your professional experience requirement. Students must have completed 48 credit points towards their degree. Click here for more information.
International Work Placement in Business
This course requires students to integrate real world skills and experience with theoretical concepts and knowledge obtained during their program in an international context. Students will be able to undertake their work integrated learning placement in a broad spectrum of international work environments such as business and community / voluntary organisations, industry associations etc. A Project Everest Ventures Project can count as the international workplace required when enrolling in this unit. Admission to this 10 unit course is based on merit and the number of places available may be restricted. Students should enquire through the Course Coordinator or Program Convenor. Students must have completed at least 120 units of study.

 

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Bachelor of Social Science Placement
Through this course students will engage directly with organizations which require social science input into their policy, planning and evaluation practices. A Project Everest Ventures Project can count as the 80-hour work placement requirement of the 10 unit subject. This course is only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Science and associated combined programs. Students must have completed 60 units of SOCS courses including pre-requisite courses to enrol in this course.

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International Study Experience
This course provides students with the opportunity to broaden their educational experience and cultural cognisance through participation in an organised out of country activity. A Project Everest Ventures Project can count as this international activity. Admission to this 10 unit course is based on merit and the number of places available may be restricted. Students should inquire through the Course Coordinator, or Program Convenor. Students must have completed at least 80 units at 1000/2000 level.
Case-by-case Credit
Currently, Project Everest is formalising its credit and grant options with The University of Newcastle. However the following subjects, BUSN3500, COMP3850 and SCIT3600, may be able to count as course credit when undertaking a Project Everest project. This is only on a case by case basis in collaboration with your University Coordinator.
Community Internship
This 10CP free-choice elective course, 3002LFC, is available to all students who have completed a miniumum of 80CP of study. It provides an opportunity for students to develop a range of professional and personal skills while making a difference in their community through combining a Project Everest project with academic learning through an international internship. The project may be related to the student’s discipline studies, or could be an opportunity to explore working with an organisation outside of their normal discipline learning context. Click here for more information.
Engineering Professional Practice
This course incorporates the principles of work integrated learning through exposure to professional engineering practice, undertaken in country with Project Everest. The course allows students to further develop advanced skills in the theory and application of professional aspects of modern engineering practice. This course integrates your professional practice learnings embedded within the engineering degree program with the professional competencies you have achieved during project. A Project Everest Project can account for 4-12 weeks of your professional experience requirement. Students must have completed 48 credit points towards their degree. We have been successful in winning 10x New Colombo Plan Funding grants of $3000 for engineering students wishing to participate on a project in Fiji in 2018. Click here for more information.
Engineering Professional Experience
As a core requirement to complete the Bachelor of Engineering, students are required to obtain at least 12 weeks approved professional experience in a relevant industry during their undergraduate studies. This 10 credit point subject, 300579 Professional Experience, fulfils one of the requirements of accreditation from Engineers Australia. For this subject and the undertaking of this experience OS-HELP is available, as well as two WSU travel grants: the Student Mobility Grant, and The Academy Travel Grant. Click here for more information
Health Science Social Enterprise Internship
For undergraduate students within the Health Science faculty, a set number of work experience placement hours are required for the successful completion of all Bachelor degrees. Undertaking a Social Enterprise Internship will award students credit for work placement units, with the potential for course credit to be awarded additionally. Students do need to negotiate with course coordinators on a case-by-case basis, as well as for access to the grants and financial support available. Currently OS-HELP is available, as well as two WSU travel grants: the Student Mobility Grant, and The Academy Travel Grant. Click here for more information
Undergraduate & Postgraduate Professions Internship

This internship subject, available to both undergraduate and postgraduate students focuses on providing students with an opportunity to experience a hands-on business environment in which to observe and apply their knowledge and skills from their degree. Sitting across the faculties of Business, Law, and Design/Architecture, PROF 3500 (undergrad) and PROF 7500 (postgrad) will supplement the learning from your core degree with real-world experience.

Professions students will be able to obtain 3 units (1 subject) course credit by completing four weeks on project with us, with UOA assessment tasks set by your faculty. Enrolment in this subject enables you access to an OS-HELP loan and Travel Grant, with eligibility for NCP funding worth up to $3000 for Fiji Projects.

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Engineering Professional Experience
A compulsory requirement for the successful completion of a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree is the undertaking of 12 weeks of practical experience. A Project Everest Ventures project can count for 4-8 weeks of practical experience due to the hands-on, practical nature of the projects, regardless of which country it is undertaken. Conditional approval prior to departure and formal approval upon return is required, and is sought through course coordinators and Global Learning. For Projects undertaken in Timor-Leste, NCP grants worth up to $3000 are available. A UOA $500 Global Learning Travel Grant is available, as well as course credit and access to an OS-HELP loan.

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Community Engagement Learning Project
UOA’s Community Engagement Learning Project subject encourages Arts/Humanities students to explore community and business needs in community sectors with a focus on developing cultural awareness, social justice and community engagement skills. Our internships provide the opportunities to satisfy the experiential requirement for this subject (ARTS 3100), equivalent to 3 units of study. Students wishing to undertake this internship must have already completed at least 6 units of level 2 undergraduate study. Enrolment in this subject enables you access to an OS-HELP loan and the Global Learning Travel Grant of $500.

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Agriculture: Professional Experience
Students studying a Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences must undertake 12 weeks of work experience to successfully complete their degree requirements. Undertaking an internship with Project Everest can count towards 4-8 weeks of equivalent professional experience, specifically our agriculture and food security-based projects across all countries of operation. This experience is a core component of the Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences program and an elective for students in the Bachelor of Animal Sciences program. It is assessable as part of the Level 3 course AGRIC 3500WT Professional Skills in Agricultural Science III. Conditional approval prior to departure and formal approval upon return is required, and is sought through course coordinators and Global learning, with access to an OS-HELP loan and Global Learning Travel grant available.

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Science: International Experience II & III
International Experience II & III though the Science faculty are aimed at encouraging students to include an overseas experience in the completion of their degree. Both these 3 unit subjects, SCIENCE 3550 and SCIENCE 2550, enable students to access an OS-HELP loan, as well as be eligible for UOA’s $500 Global Learning Travel Grant. Students may undertake any project available across all of PEV’s countries of operation subject to availability. Click the following for more information:
SCIENCE 2550 https://www.adelaide.edu.au/course-outlines/109930/1/sem-2/;
SCIENCE 3550 https://www.adelaide.edu.au/course-outlines/109931/1/sem-2/
WIL: Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) within the Business faculty aims to arm graduates with practical, industry experience alongside their theory learning at university to get them industry-ready and enhance professional identity and employability. Students who undertake a Project Everest Ventures internship and are enrolled in WIL are eligible to undertake any project in any country and complete the relevant credit points via this subject towards their degree. Coming on this project is a great way to gain academic credit whilst getting career-ready alongside like-minded people overseas. Successful applicants will be eligible to access an OS-HELP loan towards the trip.

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Work Integrated Learning (WIL) – Faculty of Arts
Work Integrated Learning in an Arts degree aims to arm graduates with practical, industry experience as well as academic credit. Monash students who undertake a PEV internship may be eligible to enroll in one of the units below:

  • Professional Internship APG 5044
  • International Internship ATS 3130

ELIGIBILITY
To find out more about your eligibility and how to apply for academic credit for a PEV internship as part of your degree, visit the following:

If you are not eligible to enroll in one of the above internship units, you may be able to register your experience as a course-related WIL program. Click on the following for more information:
Course related Industry Experience

Please note that for all of the above applications, you must be confirmed in your Project Everest Ventures Internship prior to submitting your application.

FUNDING AND INSURANCE
Successful applicants may be eligible to apply for the Monash Abroad Travel Grant, Travel Insurance, OS Help, and a Monash Connect Loan to assist with the cost of travel and the program. For more information on this please click on the link below:
Monash Abroad – travel grant information

CONTACT MONASH WIL TEAM:

For further information please contact the Monash Arts WIL team.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 99038866

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) – Monash Business School
Work Integrated Learning in a Monash Business School degree aims to arm graduates with practical, industry experience as well as academic credit. Students who undertake a Project Everest Ventures internship may be eligible to enroll either a 6, 12 or 24 credit point Industry placement or a project unit.

ELIGIBILITY
Click on the link below for further information on your eligibility and how to apply for academic credit for a Project Everest Ventures internship as part of your degree:

If you are not eligible to enroll in one of the above internship units, you may be able to register your experience as a course-related WIL program. Click on the link below for further information:
Course-related Industry Experience

Please note that for all of the above applications, you must be confirmed in your Project Everest Ventures Internship prior to submitting your application.

FUNDING AND INSURANCE
Successful applicants may be eligible to apply for the Monash Abroad Travel Grant, Travel Insurance, OS Help, and a Monash Connect Loan to assist with the cost of travel and the program. For more information on this please click on the link below:

Monash Abroad – travel grant information

CONTACT MONASH WIL TEAM:

For further information please contact the Monash Business School WIL placements team.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 99038866

GEIP: Global Entrepreneurship and Internship Program
The GEIP opportunity at RMIT has three streams of focus that encourage real world, hands-on experiences, exploring entrepreneurship and understanding international business culture. Due to the nature of a Project Everest Ventures project, students who undertake an internship with us will receive recognition of their experience towards this program’s requirements. Students will have to apply through Global Mobility and to confirm credits, students will need to seek approval from their Program Coordinator. RMIT Students may be eligible for OS-Help loans or an RMIT Equity Travel Grant valued between $500 and $2500, with further scholarships and alternative funding options available on the Global Mobility website.

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Undergraduate Business Internship
The Undergraduate Business Internship is an elective that provides students with the opportunity to explore Industry Placement related to their field of study. This subject (BUSM 4471) is worth 12 credit points, and has a requirement of approximately 120 hours or equivalent of internship experience; undertaking a Project Everest Venture project can be counted towards this. To enrol in this subject, email [email protected] to advise. RMIT Students may be eligible for OS-Help loans or an RMIT Equity Travel Grant valued between $500 and $2500, with further scholarships and alternative funding options available on the Global Mobility website.

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WIL: Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning across the engineering and business faculties aims to provide students with opportunities for the real life application of academic learning. Students who undertake a Project Everest Ventures internship and are enrolled in subjects with a WIL component can attribute the experience towards their degrees. Discuss with your Program Coordinator to confirm unit credit on a case-by-case basis. RMIT Students may be eligible for OS-Help loans or an RMIT Equity Travel Grant valued between $500 and $2500, with further scholarships and alternative funding options available on the Global Mobility website.

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Humanitarian Experiential Learning Project
Humanitarian Experiential Learning intensives offer students a unique opportunity to experience international development and learn about a range of development issues, working with local communities and various development stakeholders in-country.

This course provides students with a foundation in topics such as community development, humanitarian engineering, sustainable engineering design, appropriate technology, cross-cultural (technical) communication, and the role of professional engineers in global contexts.

Students must have applied for and been accepted into a pre-approved Humanitarian Experiential Learning Intensive prior to enrolling in this course. A list of pre-approved Learning Intensives is included in the Course Guide Part B.

To enrol in this course, follow these instructions:

  1. Check your Learning Intensive is on the pre-approved list for OENG1164 which can be found in the Course Guide Part B
  2. Follow the application instructions for your chosen Learning Intensive on Mobi
  3. Once your participation on your chosen Learning Intensive has been confirmed, register with the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) team.
  4. Request through engineering academic services to be enrolled into OENG1164.

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Environmental Sustainability Project International
Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities

To achieve the learning outcomes in this course you will need to have completed the science theory and fieldwork components of the respective degree undertaken in the preceding years of your study.

Course Description

This course is a capstone, work integrated learning (WIL) course where you will apply knowledge and skills acquired in previous study to a real project associated with the environment. The course aims to consolidate your knowledge and skills by  applying them to the planning and implementation of  a research project undertaken for a real or hypothetical client as a global intensive experience.

This course includes a Work Integrated Learning experience in which your knowledge and skills will be applied and assessed in a real or simulated workplace context and where feedback from industry and/or community is integral to your experience.

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Engineering Professional Experience
As a requirement for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering, students are required to obtain at least 12 weeks approved professional experience in a relevant industry during the course. A Project Everest Project can account for 4 weeks of your professional experience requirement. Students must have completed 48 credit points towards their degree. Click here for more information. Currently, Project Everest is formalising its credit and grant options with other faculties at The Australian National University. This is only on a case by case basis in collaboration with your University Coordinator.
Currently, Project Everest is formalising its credit and grant options with the University of Notre Dame. The following subjects may be able to count towards a Project Everest Project, ARTS3008 – Arts Internship, COMM3008 – Communications Internship, BUSN3900 – Business Internship and LAWS3739 – Law Internship. This is only on a case by case basis in collaboration with your University Coordinator and OS-HELP is also available for students undertaking these subjects.
Please note there is no formal partnership between UTS and Project Everest. However, students are encouraged to approach their unit coordinators to get credit approved on a case-by-case basis.
FASS Internship
The FASS Internship Programme (FASS IP) is available to students whose first major is from the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences. This programme gives FASS students the opportunity to pursue an internship as part of their undergraduate study. Interested students will need to secure a position and perform an internship in a company or organization (Project Everest Ventures) for up to a maximum of six months. They will submit journal entries and other written reports, and meet with an Academic Advisor and Workplace Supervisor. Through the process, students will be exposed to corporate culture, sharpen soft skills, practice what they have learned in the classroom, and gain useful work experience.

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Business Internship I
Subject meant for full-time internships which last a minimum of 8 weeks (eg: early May – End Jul). This module will carry a weightage of 4MCs. Assuming that students work an average of 40 hours a week, the minimum number of hours would be 320 hours. For more information on eligibility and requirements, click here.

OS-Help Loans


OS-HELP is a loan available to undergraduate students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported universities who want to undertake some of their study overseas. OS-HELP can be used for a range of expenses such as airfares, accommodation, visa’s and other major travel costs. If you are undertaking academic credit for a Project Everest program you might be eligible to apply for an OS-HELP Loan. For more information on OS-HELP loans and to apply, please click here.