Global Victoria Intellect Program: Undertake a Real Project for a Victorian Exporter – Feb 2020 – Hurry Limited spots

Global Victoria Intellect Program: Undertake a Real Project for a Victorian Exporter – Feb 2020 – Hurry Limited spots

Global Victoria, in conjunction with La Trobe University, are offering 45 students the opportunity to work on a 2-week real-world business experience.

The Global Victoria Intellect Program connects student teams to undertake international market research/analysis projects for real Victorian Exporter in February 2020.

Through the  Global Victoria Intellect Program students will act as ‘business consultants’ to conduct a market research analysis for a Victorian Exporter in this extra-curricular learning program.

Students will be required to commit to 25 hours over the 2-week program experience from 17-28 February, 2020, prior to the commencement of Semester 1, 2020. 

Apply now for the Global Intellect Program.

Student teams can meet in person or collaborate completely online to complete the project.

As a student consultant in this program, you will:

  • Work in a team with other students
  • Respond to an export brief provided by a Victorian exporter
  • Work with your allocated team to conduct a 2-week market research / market analysis project
  • Develop real world professional skills

To gain the digital certificate for completion, you must:

  • Attend a compulsory pre-program information session on 14 February in Melbourne CBD
  • Undertake the 25-hour time commitment across the 2 week program between 17 – 28 Feb, 2020
  • Draft market research report submission
  • Submit a final report
  • Complete a student feedback survey

The program aims to help improve your ability to:

  • Work well in a diverse team
  • Collaborate across disciplines
  • Manage a project
  • Deliver a market research project

TO APPLY

To apply, please complete the Expression of Interest form and attach your CV.

Applications close midnight NOVEMBER 7TH 2019.

You will be advised of the outcome by Monday 11th November 2019.

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