The Australian National University’s Asia Pacific Week is an interdisciplinary conference aimed at high-achieving students from around the world who have an interest in Asia and the Pacific. Now in its seventh year, the 2017 conference explores the theme of ‘A Changing Landscape’.
The conference will draw in diverse and innovative perspectives to examine the changes occurring in the Asia-Pacific region and the steps that must be taken to ensure its stability and growth. Aiding delegates will be ANU's unrivalled expertise in the study of the region and the outstanding resources available in Australia's capital.
Bringing together 80 of the best students from across the globe, the 2017 conference continues the tradition of bringing together scholars, policymakers and senior officials of the highest calibre for a week of stimulating discussion and debate. As a delegate you will have the opportunity to not only hear from peak experts, but to engage in interactive panels, debates and simulations. The next generation of Asia-Pacific specialists leave with a network of friends and contacts from across the globe. Applicants need to be university students currently undertaking a Bachelors/Honors/Masters/PhD.
Asia Pacific Week examines significant and controversial issues facing the region, its place in the world and how it is shaping the globe. The 2017 conference will be held from 25 – 30 June 2017 at the Australian National University, and will include a variety of Japan-related content.