The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre is hosting is hosting its inaugural SSEAC Honours Bootcamp on the 15th-18th June 2014.
The bootcamp is a professional development program for honours students around Australia enrolled in an Honours program related to Southeast Asia in the humanities or the social sciences.
Over three days at the University of Sydney, students will participate in a range of workshops aimed to help them complete their Honours theses and plan for life after Honours. As part of this program, students will be required to prepare a presentation before arrival, with a prize given to the student who gives the best presentation to attend a conference of their choice.
There will also be networking opportunities with successful Honours graduates who are working in Southeast Asia related positions.
SSEAC is also offering $1000 grants to 20 students, for travel to Sydney to participate in the program. These grants can be used for travel, accommodation and any other expenses related to participating in the program.
For more information about application criteria and the program itself, visit the University of Sydney website.