Enhancing international student’s wellbeing

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Territory businesses and local community groups can now apply for the new round of International Student Wellbeing Grants to deliver activities and programs that will improve the wellbeing of international student’s studying in the Territory.

At present there are almost 5,000 international students from around 80 countries are studying in the Territory.

The grants are designed to enrich a student’s life outside the classroom by providing skills and strategies that support mental health, physical safety and lead to work experiences, and by connecting students to the Territory community.

Initiatives funded through this program have helped international students to connect and engage with other students, with peers, with businesses and with Territory locals.

Grants of up to $10,000 are available to support projects delivered between 1 July and 31 December.

An information session is scheduled for Friday 12 March, 12pm to 1pm, at the Darwin Student Space to learn more about the grants, including who can apply, how to apply and to workshop potential grant ideas.

Register for the StudyNT’s information session on the Eventbrite website.

Applications close Tuesday 6 April 2021.

To read the guidelines and to submit an application, go to GrantsNT.

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