Short-term (two-week) student mobility programmes in China, Korea, and Japan
The North Asia CAPE will offer fully-funded scholarships for first-year language students to experience first-hand the value of learning Asian languages in-country. In 2018, we will offer a two-week study abroad programme to universities in China, Korea and Japan. The programmes will be open to all New Zealand students by competitive application.
Are you eligible?
New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong has joined with Hong Kong Baptist University to promote access to the University's undergraduate programmes for students holding New Zealand passports having attained NCEA Level 3, or equivalent. A limited number of vacancies will be available each year and the facilities include (subject to successful application) a range of subjects, scholarship options, accommodation and more. This arrangement provides an unique opportunity for Kiwi students seeking an undergraduate qualification within an international learning environment.
Six university graduates from around New Zealand have been awarded the first North Asia CAPE Māori Business Scholarships. The scholarships took the recipients to Taipei City where they spent three weeks at the respected National Taiwan University (NTU). The scholars devoted their time to learning Mandarin, establishing business networks, and exploring the many cultural, historical, and linguistic linkages between Māori and the indigenous people of the island of Taiwan.