Ipswich Regional Positioning Strategy

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Ipswich

Consortium: Ipswich Regional Positioning Strategy This project will build upon the Study Queensland positioning framework through the delivery of a local brand activation workshop and brand mentoring for the Study Ipswich regional study cluster. It will enable the Ipswich region to understand market position and clearly articulate the unique opportunities for students in the region.

Study Cairns CONNECTS

Cairns Student Hub

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Cairns

Consortium: Study Cairns This project will deliver a range of initiatives to support the international student experience in the Cairns region, including employability and wellbeing programs operated from the Cairns Student Hub.

Increasing regional capabilities for International Education – Rockhampton

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Regional

Consortium: Study Rockhampton This project will build upon the Study Queensland positioning framework through the delivery of a local brand activation workshop and brand mentoring for the Study Rockhampton regional study cluster. It will enable the Rockhampton region to position itself in the International student market and clearly articulate the unique opportunities for students in the region.

Queensland Ipswich International Education

Queensland Korea VET Roadshow

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Multiple Regions, Queensland Whole, Regional

Consortium: TAFE Queensland, ACPET, Browns and Union Institute of Languages The Korea VET Roadshow will be delivered in two major cities in Korea to showcase private and public providers’ capabilities to local stakeholders in the areas of ELICOS and VET. The consortia will organise the roadshow to promote the state’s ELICOS and vocational education and training public and private providers’ …

Project Global Citizen

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Multiple Regions, Queensland Whole, Regional

Consortium: Project Global Citizen This pilot project aims to enhance our Queensland brand by identifying gaps in the cultural competency of students in relation to academic learning, social integration, securing internships, employment, and their safety. The project will identify whether international students are aware of cultural competency gaps, and the consequences. It will also identify gaps in the availability of …

Investigating the impact of volunteering experiences on international work placements

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Brisbane

Consortium: International Volunteering Australia International students contribute greatly to Australia’s cultural diversity and richness. It is therefore important to support them throughout their study and in particular their workplace experiences. Volunteering has been proven to be one way work placement for international students can be enhanced. This project aims to improve international students’ workplace experience by providing quality volunteering opportunities …

How to win at the boarding game

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Brisbane

Consortium: Stuartholme School and Nudgee College “How to Win at The Boarding Game” is a three phase creative project aimed at affirming the voice of international boarding students and promoting the advantages of Queensland education pathways to international audiences. The project will draw on the first-hand experience of students, staff and alumni from two of Brisbane’s leading boarding schools – …

Rainbow Hub Video

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Brisbane

Consortium: The International LGBTQI platform This project will create a short selection of informative and engaging videos which showcase Brisbane as the best option for students of the LGBTQI community where they can feel free, learn a language, immerse themselves in a new culture, explore new places and make friends from all over the world.

Enhancing the Experience of International Higher Degree Research Candidates at Queensland Universities

Brisbane Student Hub

Liz Day 2017-18 Round 2, Brisbane

Consortium: Brisbane Student Hub Consortium This project will diversify the services of the Brisbane Student Hub through a new outreach activities that enable students to engage out in the community and through events at study institutions across Brisbane.