Curtin University is offering an exclusive scholarship for a student to represent Australia at the World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva. The successful applicant will join youth representatives from around Australia to meet with experts in public health policy and development.
In addition to participating in the assembly, delegates travel to Canberra for pre-departure briefings. This includes private meetings with policy experts, economists, department secretaries, ministers and journalists. The program consists of three components:
- Pre-departure briefings (Canberra, 1 – 3 May);
- Participation in the Global Voices Research Fellowship; and
- Attendance at the World Health Assembly (21 – 26 May 2018).
The scholarship place is fully funded by Curtin University and includes all domestic and international flights, accommodation, breakfasts, visas, insurance, and registration fees (you will need to cover the cost of meals and some transfers).
Applications close Friday 20 April at 5pm AEST.