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'Malaysia Unplugged' study program
Visit Kuala Lumpur, Malacca and Sarawak on this 11-day program. Meet with local experts, NGOs and leaders in education to learn about sustainable development in the region and education priorities for the future. Come away with greater insight into Malaysian culture and history, and with new connections with schools on the peninsula. An experienced group leader will accompany the program.
Viewitinerary Study program land costs: From $2,750 per person twin share.
Registration closed 29 February 2012
Airfares costs: Indicative airfares of $1,600 per person are available through AEF's Licensed Travel Providers.
Subsidies are also available for teachers and school leaders in Victorian Government schools. See our Victorian Government webpage for details.
Additional information on study program costs and inclusions are available in the itinerary. See what our previous program participants said about their time in Malaysia
Subsidies will be offered to participants selected into the Understanding Modern Malaysia: Professional Learning for Australian School Leaders and Teachers Program, which is supported by the Australia - Malaysia Institute (AMI), part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Program is managed by the AEF.
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