Australia Announces Video Competition & Study Tour for Pakistani Students

The Australian Trade and Investment Commission invites schools from across Pakistan to participate in the Pakistan Schools’ Video Competition 2017 and win a study trip to a leading Australian university.

The competition invites students to submit short films around the theme of “Internet of Things (IOT).” It aims to broaden the horizons of students from Pakistan and expose them to new study options, particularly in fields that link to careers of the future.

The winners of Pakistan Schools’ Video Competition 2017 will have the opportunity to visit University of Technology Sydney with cost of return flights and accommodation paid.

Each school can nominate a team of two students and one teacher. The winning team will have the opportunity to visit the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). The Australian Trade and Investment Commission will cover return flights, accommodation and travel expenses for the winning team.

“The Australian Trade and Investment Commission is delighted to be a part of this competition. It is a wonderful opportunity for students from Pakistan to exhibit their creative talents. We wish all the students the best of luck and look forward to having the winners in Australia soon,” Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner – South Asia, Australian Trade and Investment Commission Ms Leonie Muldoon said.

A webinar on video production, featuring Australian experts, will be conducted for schools and students across Pakistan in March 2017 to train the participants on film making and production.

The deadline for submission of videos is 30 June 2017.

For more information on participation please visit www.studyinaustralia.gov.au or http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/pakistan/why-australia/atooz

The students can access resources and information on the topic to support their entry. For any issues with the information link, contact Azhar Shah at the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, Islamabad at [email protected]

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