Preparing for and Reflecting on International Internships
6 Units of Credit6 UOC
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This course prepares you for the intensive demands of an international work-integrated learning experience. In the four days of intensive workshop activities, you will discuss the importance of contextualising your experience, and develop reflective skills necessary to maximise your learning on placement. Aligned with UNSW’s emphasis on work-integrated learning, this course is designed to ensure that you get the most out of your internship or placement overseas, and that you can both contribute to, and benefit from your period with, your host organisation in an ethical, respectful, and mutually productive way.
Prerequisite: Enrolment with consent. ARTS3759 is open to UNSW undergraduate students that are also enrolled in an internship (or international field placement course). This needs to be demonstrated prior to enrolment.
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