AVI works with a number of Australian universities, offering international placements for students and providing a once in a lifetime learning experience. By building long-term relationships with local organisations, AVI is creating meaningful opportunities for students to contribute to their development goals. 

Since 2009, we have safely deployed more than 1,500 Australian students to 13 developing countries.

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PACE India Project participants and Macquarie University students Preetinder Kaur (L) and Regina Featherstone (R) at Restless Development office, New Delhi, India.jpg

Macquarie University

Macquarie University’s unique Professional and Community Engagement (PACE) is an active learning program designed to provide students with distinctive educational experiences in experiential learning with a range of local, regional ...

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High five after making a score during wheelchair rugby training at Bali Sport Foundation (BSF) training centre, Sanur, Indonesia.

Victoria University

From 2016 to 2018, the College of Sport and Exercise Science and AVI worked together to deliver a pilot program, offering an exciting international opportunity for students to undertake their ...

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University of Melbourne

The Community Volunteering for Change project is an established program between The University of Melbourne and AVI that gives students the opportunity to make a contribution to local communities through ...

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Australian Catholic University

The Business and Law - Community Engagement Project provides ACU students with the opportunity to share skills and learn from local project partners and local communities in Indonesia. Students will ...

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Myanmar Sustainable Tourism Fund

University of New South Wales

The Sustainable Tourism Hub is a partnership developed through the Business Partnership Platform, a Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) initiative. The partnership, which includes AVI, Intrepid Travel and ...

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