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Chile Placement Program

Fees

The Chile IPP fees are broken into the following components:

  1. Unit of study tuition fee = the normal tuition fee associated with a unit of study at the Business School will be charged through the normal University billing process.
  2. Program fee of AUD $4,870.
  3. The program fee deposit of AUD$700 is due by 28th April 2017.
  4. The balance of the program fees are due by 26th May 2017.

The program fee includes the following:

  • A six week internship placement based on the student’s individual academic and professional goals

  • Pre-departure support services
    • A personalised advising session to discuss internship goals and interests and to provide resume and cover letter feedback;
    • Pre-departure orientation materials;
    • Pre-departure webinar;
    • Airline ticket advice and access to booking options with deals from partner companies;
    • Final pre-departure packet;
    • Visa advising and support.

  • Health and safety support
    • Cultural, health and safety orientation delivered via webinar prior to arrival;
    • International health insurance.

  • On the ground support
    • On orientation upon arrival covering housing, public transport, placements etc.
    • Internship support for students.

  • Accommodation
    • Shared apartments for the duration of the program.

  • Professional development toolbox
    • Personal resume and cover letter advice;
    • Personal brand and social media coaching;
    • Interview preparation videos and mock interviewing;
    • Goal setting tools;
    • Career resource guide and alumni guide;
    • On-site professional development activities such as networking events, professional speakers, business dinner etiquette etc.
    • One year digital subscription to the New York Times.

  • Cultural Activities
    • Professional development activity organised mid-way through the program;
    • Bi-weekly coffee meetings as a group to discuss the progress of each intern’s placement.

  • Transportation
    • Group airport pick-up on designated program arrival date;
    • Local transportation pass pre-loaded with a fixed amount of money for the first few days. Additional money is the responsibility of students.

Additional costs not covered by the program or tuition fee:

  • Flights
  • Reciprocity/Visa fees as applicable
  • Food & incidentals