International Youth Business Talent Project Chongqing

International Youth Business Talent Project
Australian Business Training Program

(I) Program Objectives

Australian Business Training Program provides our talented undergraduates with an opportunity to attend a program exchange in Australia and seeks to cultivate their globalisation mindset and instill a sense of entrepreneurship. Our college designed the holistic ‘International Youth Business Talent Project” program where undergraduates learn skills to develop and present business plans and to recognize the challenges and opportunities globally. Through sharing by business expert, they will gain valuable insight in developing strategic plans and how to build collaborative relationships.

(II) Training Program

During this Business training program, participants will develop skills in identifying business opportunities, drafting and presenting business plans, developing creativity and building leadership skills. It seeks to equip them with skills to build a strong foundation in international business.

(III) Program Highlights
• Practical application on global business investment model
• Guidance and coaching by experienced business experts
• Create feasible business plans
• Business plan presentation, expert feedback and prizes
• Reputable University tours and immerse in international student exchange
• Visit local attractions, taste local delicacies and immerse in Australian culture and way of life
• Accommodation – apartments situated in Melbourne Central, within free tram zone and shopping district
• Dedicated care and guidance by our experienced staff throughout the program

(IV) Expert Profile
Jon Burgess, the Founder and Director of Kwan Management Consultancy, is an international business leader in business strategy and management. He founded Kwan Management Consultancy (http://www.kwan.com.au) in 2002 which has provided valuable guidance for international corporations. His development of The Three Minds™ philosophy has helped many to connect and collaborate with their people.

(V) Fees
RMB 30,000 yuan. Fees inclusive of course fee and materials, accommodation, return ticket, local transportation and insurance. The fees do not include visa fee, dining and personal expenses.

(VI) Registration Period
Registration is open to all students of Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering. Registration period commences on 7 September 2015 and will close on 30 November 2015.

(VII) Program Schedule
Departure – Mid January 2016

  • Day 1 Departure – Chong Qing. Arrival at Melbourne International Airport and check in at Melbourne apartments
  • Day 2 Opening ceremony and Program briefing, Malaysian cuisine, School and city tour, State library, Federation square, Flinders Street Train Station, Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Day 3 Business Lesson 1 – Market analysis, Thai cuisine, Small group local market research, exploration of product or market potential
  • Day 4 Business Lesson 2 – Feasibility study, Japanese cuisine, Melbourne Museum, Victorian Art Gallery
  • Day 5 Business Lesson 3 – Assessment of team capabilities, Korean cuisine, Exchange with University of Melbourne and RMIT lecturers and students
  • Day 6 Business Lesson 4 – Development plan, Australian burger, Phillip Island – Visit Chocolate Factory & watch Penguin Parade, a magnificent return of fairy penguins to their burrows along the beach in Phillip Island.
  • Day 7 Business Lesson 5 – Financial budget and timeline, Italian pasta or pizza, Werribee Open Range Zoo, Werribee Park , mansion and Victoria State Rose Garden
  • Day 8 Expert Lecture and evaluation, Australian BBQ along Yarra River, local international student exchange
  • Day 9 Melbourne Day trip (Tour to Sovereign Hill or the Twelve Apostles)
  • Day 10 Home Sweet Home

Remark: Speaker award winners will receive certificates and prizes from GBCA
Note:Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly

(VIII) University Tours
• The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, established in 1853, is Australia’s second oldest university and is a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. It is one of the Asia-Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance member universities.

Being an academic hub in the Southern Hemisphere, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is ranked 1st in Australia in Academic Ranking of World Universities (2015) and 33rd in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014-2015). Since its establishment, it has nurtured six Nobel Laureates which has well proven its academic performance.

• RMIT University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s oldest university which is renowned for its graduate employability. RMIT is ranked 32nd worldwide in QS World University Rankings (2014) among universities less than 50 years old. It is among top 15 universities in Australia and is ranked as a 5-Star University in QS Stars international evaluation system.

RMIT provides innovative and industry-relevant curriculum to its students and its qualifications are internationally recognized. It constantly redesigns its curriculum in accordance to the industry needs to prepare the students with up-to-date skills and knowledge. Its practical in application learning model has attracted many students who can apply their knowledge into practice and quickly adapt to different work environments.

(IX) Registration and General Enquiries

China office:
• Office Phone:023-62846426
• Contact person:Teacher Lu/ Teacher Peng
• Office: Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering’s International Affairs, Admin Building 410

Australia office:
• Contact person:Leslie
• Wechat:18801121277
• Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
• Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

Global Youth Business Talent Program Huashang

Global Youth Business Talent Program
(Special Offer Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Huashang College of Guangdong University of Finance and Economics)

(I) Program Objectives

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Huashang College of Guangdong University of Finance and Economics our College has designed a holistic ‘Global Youth Business Talent Program” to reward our talented undergraduates. This program provides undergraduates with an opportunity to attend a program exchange in Australia and seeks to cultivate their globalisation mindset and instill a sense of entrepreneurship. The participants will learn skills to develop and present business plans and to recognize the challenges and opportunities globally. Through sharing by business experts, they will gain a valuable insight into developing strategic plans and how to build collaborative relationships.

(II) Program Training

During this Business training program, participants will develop skills in identifying business opportunities, drafting and presenting business plans, developing creativity and building leadership skills. It seeks to equip them with skills to build a strong foundation in international business.

(III) Expert Profile

Jon Burgess, the Founder and Director of Kwan Management Consultancy, is an international business leader in business strategy and management. He founded Kwan Management Consultancy (http://www.kwan.com.au) in 2002 which has provided valuable guidance for international corporations. His development of The Three Minds™ philosophy has helped many to connect and collaborate with their people.

(IV) Program Highlights

• Students who successfully complete this program will receive 1 credit for General Education elective subject
• Practical application of global business investment model
• Guidance and coaching by experienced business experts
• Create feasible business plans
• Business plan presentation, expert feedback and prizes
• Reputable University tours and immerse in international student exchange
• Visit local attractions, taste local delicacies and immerse in Australian culture and way of life
• Accommodation – apartments situated in Melbourne Central, within the free tram zone and shopping district
• Dedicated care and guidance by our experienced staff throughout the program

(V) Fees

Program cost: RMB 30,000 yuan per person
Free entitlement: Students who pass the final selection will receive full subsidy of RMB 30,000 yuan from the College (12 places available)
Participate at your own cost: The College will grant subsidy for half of the fee RMB 15,000 yuan per person. Students will only need to pay the rest RMB 15,000 yuan per person (30 places available).
We welcome students to participate at their own cost as the College will provide RMB 15,000 yuan subsidy.
Fees include: Course fee and materials, accommodation, return ticket, visa fees, local transportation and insurance.
Fees exclude: Personal expenses.

(VI) Registration
Registration Method: Register via “Huashang e family”
Registration period: Registration begins from 10th September 2015 and will close on 25th September 2015. (Click here for registration)

Students can apply to participate at their own expenses should meet the following requirements:
1. Obey college rules and conduct. No misbehavior or violation of the rules during the time at the College
2. In good health and no major medical conditions.
Students can apply for free entitlement should meet the following requirements:
1. Have received any one of the following rewards: National Scholarship, National Encouragement Scholarship, first award of College Outstanding Student
2. Achieved 425 or more in CET-4 at College
3. In good health and no major medical conditions.

(VII) For enquiries contact:
020-82665836 Teacher Xiong
020-82666108 Teacher Li
International Exchange and Cooperation Department,
Administrative Building 504
Alternatively contact the Student Advisor in your own campus/department

(VIII) Program Schedule

  • Day 1 Departure – Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou. Arrival at Melbourne International Airport and check into Melbourne apartments
  • Day 2 Opening ceremony and Program briefing, Malaysian cuisine, School and city tour, State library, Federation square, Flinders Street Train Station, Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Day 3 Business Lesson 1 – Market analysis, Thai cuisine, Small group local market research, exploration of product or market potential
  • Day 4 Business Lesson 2 – Feasibility study, Japanese cuisine, Guidance and instruction on business plan and group discussion
  • Day 5 Business Lesson 3 – Assessment of team capabilities, Korean cuisine, Guidance and instruction on business plan and group discussion
  • Day 6 Business Lesson 4 – Development plan, Australian burger, Exchange with University of Melbourne and RMIT lecturers and students. Explore Australian coffee culture
  • Day 7 Business Lesson 5 – Financial budget and timeline, Italian pasta or pizza, Mock business plan presentation
  • Day 8 Expert Lecture and evaluation Australian BBQ along Yarra River, local international student exchange
  • Day 9 Melbourne Day trip (Tour to Sovereign Hill or the Twelve Apostles)
  • Day 10 Home Sweet Home

Remark: Speaker award winners will receive certificates and prizes from GBCA
Note:Actual schedule may be slightly adjusted accordingly

(IX) University Tours
• The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, established in 1853, is Australia’s second oldest university and is a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. It is one of the Asia-Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance member universities.

Being an academic hub in the Southern Hemisphere, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is ranked 1st in Australia in Academic Ranking of World Universities (2015) and 33rd in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014-2015). Since its establishment, it has nurtured six Nobel Laureates which has well proven its academic performance.

• RMIT University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s oldest university which is renowned for its graduate employability. It is among top 15 universities in Australia and is ranked as a 5-Star University in QS Stars international evaluation system.

RMIT provides innovative and industry-relevant curriculum to its students and its qualifications are internationally recognized. It constantly redesigns its curriculum in accordance to the industry needs to prepare the students with up-to-date skills and knowledge. Its practical in application learning model has attracted many students who can apply their knowledge into practice and quickly adapt to different work environments.

(X) Registration and General Enquiries
Students who are interested please submit the application form via “Huashang e family” before 25th September.

For inquiry contact:

China office:
• International Exchange and Cooperation Department, Administrative Building 504
• 020-82665836 Teacher Xiong / 020-82666108 Teacher Li
• Office in each department (for details contact the Student Advisor in your own department)
• Follow: Huashang e family, Huashang Youth League Weibo, Huashang exchange and cooperation center wechat.

Australia office:
• Contact person:Leslie Gao
• Wechat:18801121277
• Email:gl.gbca.au@gmail.com
• Phone: (+61) 0466 268 122 or (+613) 9041 3050

FNS40215 Certificate IV in Bookkeeping

This course is part of the Financial Services Training Package and satisfies the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) guidelines. This qualification reflects the job roles of contract bookkeepers and employees performing bookkeeping tasks for organisations in a range of industries.
This may include:
• Establishing and maintaining accounting systems
• Assisting with Business Activity Statements (BAS)
• Assisting with office taxes and payrolls
• Developing management systems for organisations

Under certain conditions, successful students may meet requirements for registration with the Tax Practitioners Board.
This qualification is suitable for candidates currently working in bookkeeping roles who are seeking a formal qualification to enhance and confirm their existing knowledge and skills.

Course duration: Delivery will occur over a 20 week period with 20 hours scheduled classes per week. To allow for school holidays and breaks this will occur over a period of 22 weeks.
• Student contact hours = 20 hrs per week x 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Self-study average of 20 hours per weeks by 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Study break = 2 weeks

Schedule: This will be achieved by scheduling classes for 3 days per week over 20 weeks, (2 days for 8 hours each, 1 day for 4 hours). Time outside the scheduled classroom delivery time may be used for self-study and extra tuition, if required.
The other days of the week may be used for private study time and extra tuition, if required.
Examples are indicated below:
• Term 1 : 10 Weeks
Study Break: 2 Weeks
• Term 2 : 10 Weeks
Total of 22 weeks
This course may be delivered in a different schedule but will always maintain 400 hours of student contact and 400 hours of self-study.
If students enrol in one course, it will be 22 weeks and if students enrol for two course, it will be 44 weeks.

Entry requirements:

• All students must be 18 years of age or older

• Minimum of IELTS 5.5 (for International students only)

• All students are required to complete Pre-training review at the application stage

• All students are required to meet the requirements of previous accounting qualification (Cert I or II or III in Financial Services or equivalent); or minimum of Year 12 or equivalent Academic Statement (certified) with a pass grade in accounting unit; or minimum of 6 months industry working experience with accounting duties in a registered company

• All students are required to complete the LLN Test prior to course commencement (on the orientation day)

• Students will need to be able to attend classes at the campus and for home study and assignments should have access to a computer and the internet. Students will be made aware of the specific skills that underpin the outcomes and performance requirements of the course units to ensure students are capable of demonstrating ability prior to entering the course.

• This course has been designed to be delivered through classroom based delivery and students must have the ability to attend the scheduled sessions as per the timetable. Students are to be informed of the timetable on enrolment and must maintain the required student contact hours.

Qualifications and Recognition
On successful completion of this course, you will be awarded by GBCA with the nationally recognised FNS40215 Certificate IV in Bookkeeping.
Potential career opportunities
• Bookkeeper
• BAS agent
• Accounts payable/receivable
• Payroll officer
• Stock control officer
• Accounts supervisor
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who utilise, well-developed skills and knowledge in a variety of business environments, and possess the ability to prepare financial statements, operate computerised accounting systems etc. This course also includes competencies stipulated by the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) for registered BAS agents, other conditions apply including a designated period of experience. Persons seeking BAS agent registration should check current registration requirements with the TPB as this is regularly reviewed.

Tuition fee:
• Course fee: $5,500
• An initial payment of $1,000.00 is required at the enrolment and further payments over 5 months is $900.00 per month. A specific schedule of payments will be arranged at enrolment.

Non-tuition fee:
• Material fee: $200
• Enrolment fee: $250 (non-refundable, at least 5 days prior to intake)

GBCA will not collect more than $1500 before the commencement of the course.
There will be a cooling period of 5 working days.

FNS30315 Certificate III in Accounts Administration

This course is part of the Financial Services Training Package and satisfies the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) guidelines. This qualification reflects the job roles of employees with functions that could include:
• Filing, checking and processing financial data entry and processing accounts payable/receivable
• Providing customer service in financial transactions
• Assisting in processing payroll
• Front line cashiering and bank account maintenance
• Assisting with entering transaction data to ledgers and maintaining a general ledger
• Processing purchases and sales including EFT/e-business

This qualification provides the entry level skills and knowledge of:
• Accrual accounting in both manual and computerised systems
• Preparing basic financial reports
• Communication
• Customer service skills

Course duration: Delivery will occur over a 20 week period with 20 hours scheduled classes per week. To allow for school holidays and breaks this will occur over a period of 22 weeks.
• Student contact hours = 20 hrs per week x 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Self-study average of 20 hours per weeks by 20 weeks = 400 hours
• Study break = 2 weeks

Schedule: This will be achieved by scheduling classes for 3 days per week over 20 weeks, (2 days for 8 hours each, 1 day for 4 hours). Time outside the scheduled classroom delivery time may be used for self-study and extra tuition, if required.
The other days of the week may be used for private study time and extra tuition, if required.
Examples are indicated below:
• Term 1 : 10 Weeks
Study Break: 2 Weeks
• Term 2 : 10 Weeks
Total of 22 weeks
This course may be delivered in a different schedule but will always maintain 400 hours of student contact and 400 hours of self-study.
If students enrol in one course, it will be 22 weeks and if students enrol for two course, it will be 44 weeks.

Entry requirements:

• All students must be 18 years of age or older

• Minimum of IELTS 5.5 (for International students only)

• All students are required to complete Pre-training review at the application stage

• All students are required to meet the requirements of previous accounting qualification (Cert I or II or III in Financial Services or equivalent); or minimum of Year 12 or equivalent Academic Statement (certified) with a pass grade in accounting unit; or minimum of 6 months industry working experience with accounting duties in a registered company

• All students are required to complete the LLN Test prior to course commencement (on the orientation day)

• Students will need to be able to attend classes at the campus and for home study and assignments should have access to a computer and the internet. Students will be made aware of the specific skills that underpin the outcomes and performance requirements of the course units to ensure students are capable of demonstrating ability prior to entering the course.

• This course has been designed to be delivered through classroom based delivery and students must have the ability to attend the scheduled sessions as per the timetable. Students are to be informed of the timetable on enrolment and must maintain the required student contact hours.

Qualifications and Recognition:

On successful completion of this course, you will be awarded by GBCA with the nationally recognised FNS30315 Certificate III in Accounts Administration.
Potential career opportunities
• Accounts Clerk
• Accounts Receivable Clerk
• Accounts Payable Clerk
• Payroll Clerk
• Customer Service in the financial services industry
• Cashier
Upon completion of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding in areas of theory, practical expertise and be sufficiently prepare for the workforce. This qualification provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to complete a range of tasks including, complex spreadsheets, payroll work, BAS (Business Activity Statement) services and more. In addition, students will be acquainted with the operation of business technologies, the MYOB computerised accounting system, as well as fundamental office procedures and customer service skills.

Tuition fee:
• Course fee: $3,500
• An initial payment of $1,000.00 is required at the enrolment and further payments over 5 months is $500.00 per month. A specific schedule of payments will be arranged at enrolment.

Non-tuition fee:
• Material fee: $200
• Enrolment fee: $250 (non-refundable)

GBCA will not collect more than $1500 before the commencement of the course.
There will be a cooling period of 5 working days.

International Student Awards

The International Student Awards category is an opportunity to showcase initiatives and achievements of international students through the following awards:

1. International Student of the Year – English Language Training
This Award will be presented to an international student who is studying a minimum of 20 weeks of an English Language course and has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and contributed to the internationalisation of their institution and the broader Victorian community.

2. International Student of the Year – Vocational Education and Training (VET)
This Award will be presented to an international student who has undertaken a VET course and has demonstrated outstanding achievement in their studies and contributed to the internationalisation of their institution and the broader Victorian community. Winners of the student awards will be awarded a scholarship of $10,000 to contribute to their study in Victoria.

3. Premier’s award: International Student of the Year

4. International Student of the Year – Higher Education
This Award will be presented to an international student who has studied an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework based program at a Victorian university and demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and contributed to the internationalisation of their institution and the broader Victorian community.

5. International Student of the Year – Research
This Award will be presented to an international student who has been pursuing a postgraduate research program either at Masters (by Research) or PhD level, and has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and contributed to the internationalisation of their institution and the broader Victorian community.

 

For more information:
http://www.vic.gov.au/news/victorian-international-education-awards-2014.html
http://awards.studymelbourne.vic.gov.au/awards-categories/

More than $200,000,000 Annual Government investment on international scholarships

The Australia Government places a lot of emphasis on promoting international education. There are many scholarships, grants and bursaries offered by the Australian Government, education institutions and a number of other public and private organisations, which can support international students financially with their studies.

The following are a list of some of the major scholarship programs available for international students:

– Australia Awards
– International Postgraduate Research Scholarships
– Australia APEC Women in Research Fellowship

For more information on the types scholarships and how to apply, visit:
https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/global/australian-education/scholarships

Global Village Multicultural Festival

Australia is one of the most democratic countries in the world. It is a multicultural and multilingual country, with more than 70 nationalities.

Global Village Multicultural Festival was born when two Melbourne-based enthusiasts decided to broaden their keen charity work and involvement in cultural events beyond the Macedonian community. The idea was to create a community-based event that would bring together a diverse range of cultures in a positive, engaging and entertaining format.

Global Village Festival offers:

– Organization, advertising and promotion of different kinds of multiculturalism
– An opportunity and possibility for participation in Global Village Festival, regardless of the age, sex and religious belief
– An opportunity for participation in folk festival, various sport competitions, plays and films, food and trades

For the first time in Australia, the Global Village Multicultural Festival will take place on 24 & 25 October 2015, with the aim to unite people of varying cultural backgrounds in an enjoyable event.

For more information:
http://globalvillagefestival.org/

Global Ideas Forum

Global Ideas is back with its popular annual conference: Global Ideas Forum. The Forum is an essentials crash course on innovative global health thinking, presented by leading global experts and home grown innovators from a diverse array of industries and perspectives. In 2015, ‘Global Health: Reimagined’ will challenge you to imagine new possibilities for disruptive innovation in global health and your own role in shaping change.

Opening dates and times:
Friday 23 October 2015
5.00pm – 10.30pm

Saturday 24 October 2015
8.30am – 5.30pm

Sunday 25 October 2015
9.00am – 5.00pm

Address:
1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf, Melbourne Victoria 3006

For Information:
http://mcec.com.au/whats-on/global-ideas-forum-2015/74287/

Tesselaar Tulip Festival

Spring has finally arrived and now the time for the Tesselaar Tulip Festal is here!

In 2015, over 100,000 Tulips were planted, with more than 120 varieties, and to fit them all in, the grounds had to be expanded. Furthermore, this year it was announced that the world’s biggest clog would be unveiled. It is an art collaboration with internationally renowned chainsaw artist, Robbie Bast, and will become a permanent feature of the festival. Visitors can inside and have their photo taken

In addition to the beautiful tulips, there will many market stalls and foods, as well as live entertainment. This festival is truly a wonderful place to visit with family and friends.

Tesselaar Tulip Festival
10am until 5pm daily
10th September until 6th October, 2015

The Tulip Farm, 357 Monbulk Rd, Silvan, Victoria
http://tulipfestival.com.au/

澳大利亚文化艺术探寻团

一,活动目的:
文化艺术探寻团是我们专门为艺术爱好者量身定做的文化艺术之旅,墨尔本作为南半球最负胜名的艺术之都,有着‘南半球的魅力之都’和‘澳大利亚文化之都’等美誉。通过这次旅行可以满足艺术爱好者对探索墨尔本丰富文化资源、蓬勃发展的艺术世界的需求。行程中特別安排世界级别的馆藏、博物馆、美术馆和私人画廊参观;同時行程中会融合不容错过的歌剧及交响乐。通过我们纯熟而有效的艺术向导将为在艺术研究方面需要专业和系统性知识的艺术爱好者提供了一个独一无二的开阔眼界的机会,给大家一个前所未有的体验!

二,活动内容:
艺术爱好者将在有着丰富艺术背景的讲解员的全程陪同下参观维多利亚国立美术馆,艺术中心,博物馆,移动影像中心及当代艺术中心,观赏澳洲艺术大师的艺术作品,了解澳洲艺术史的发展轨迹。墨尔本拥有众多的影剧院和设施完善的音乐厅,艺术爱好者将有机会聆听交响乐或著名歌剧,无限享受视觉听觉盛宴。艺术爱好者还将有机会和许多不同的当地艺术家以及华人艺术家进行交流互动。同时从不同风格的风格建筑,公园,植物园,教堂中感受墨尔本浓重的文化氛围。

行程特色

★ 世界级展馆 – 国立美术馆,国家艺术中心,新南威尔士艺术馆(悉尼游)
★ 中西艺术家交流 – 参加艺术讲坛,感受西方艺术,与艺术家讨论对话
★ 视觉听觉盛宴 – 观赏具有国际声誉的墨尔本城市交响乐团的演奏会,欣赏著名歌剧
★ 市中心研讨场所,现代化的教室与设施
★ 体验当地人文景观 –悉尼歌剧院,悉尼大桥,达伶港(悉尼游)
★ 贴心全方位服务 – 全方位的行前培训、艺术背景的讲解员全程陪同
★ 舒适的住宿环境 – 市中心现代化家庭公寓,处于免费电车区,近各大商场及唐人街

三,费用说明
澳大利亚文化艺术探寻团每人人民币29000元,如选择悉尼每人多加人民币6000元。费用包含:课程费、住宿费、往返机票及当地交通费、签证费,餐饮费和保险费. 不包含:个人消费。

四, 报名时间
2015年9月1日起到2015年11月30日截止。

五, 活动行程
行程可根据您的需要作出修改

  • 第一天 北京/上海/广州飞往墨尔本,入住市中心公寓
  • 第二天 参观维多利亚艺术中心,这是墨尔本最大的表演艺术中心,也是墨尔本艺术活动的主要场所. 参观国立美术馆,收藏了超过2万件从殖民时期到当代澳洲艺术的作品
  • 第三天 澳大利亚美食美酒文化,感受墨尔本美食美酒文化节,品尝各地美食 参观墨尔本著名酒庄,了解体验酿酒的过程,品尝澳洲各类美酒,同时欣赏酒庄美景
  • 第四天 在澳大利亚移动影像中心,让自己沉浸在电影,电视和数字文化的世界;联邦广场的建筑群以其抽象的超现实的模式展现在世人面前,成为21世纪墨尔本的新象征 佛林德斯火车站是墨尔本最大和最繁忙的火车站,是维多利亚时期的建筑;墨尔本移民博物馆真实客观地反映维多利亚的移民历史
  • 第五天 了解澳洲土著文化,观看土著表演,品尝土著食品
  • 第六天 南岸剧院是墨尔本剧团三大演出场所之一,艺术爱好者将有机会在这里观看音乐剧或演奏会. 澳大利亚当代艺术中心是墨尔本的标志性建筑,很像轮船,有4个大小不同的展览空间,展示着国际和澳大利亚国内最前卫的艺术
  • 第七天 参加当地艺术家讲坛及当代摄影中心,它是许多摄影爱好者向往的地方,设有不同主题的艺术展 收藏品鉴赏,了解澳洲古董背后的文化和历史
  • 第八天 不同风格私人画廊游览,街头艺术-墨尔本以其独特的表现形式之被称为世界上最伟大的街头艺术之都.并且有机会与华人艺术家交流心得
  • 第九天 邀请艺术家讲评西方艺术特点-GBCA校园
  • 第十天 返回中国或搭飞机前往悉尼

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  • 第十天 到达悉尼,参观悉尼歌剧院,工作人员将带领孩子和家长参观歌剧院内部并给予详细解说。参观悉尼大桥,有兴趣者也可出示健康状况证明,在专业领队的带领下攀登大桥(自费)。达伶港是欣赏风景与放松休闲的绝佳去处。在达伶港亦可参观悉尼水族馆,海事博物馆等
  • 第十一天 维多利亚女皇大厦是19世纪历史性的旅游点,也是美丽的购物中心。现内有超过180家商店,咖啡馆和餐厅。大厦对面就是充满活力的悉尼唐人街。对于热爱海鲜的人,悉尼鱼市场就是个不可不去的好去处。悉尼鱼市场是南半球最大的海鲜市场,零售、批发新鲜鱼货上百种并售卖其他食品。市场外几排桌椅,一边吃一边欣赏海景
  • 第十二天 新南威尔士州美术馆是澳洲国内三大美术馆之一,陈列着澳洲境内最优秀的艺术作品,馆内主要展出的是澳大利亚各个时期的美术作品,也有印象派大师和亚洲的美术作品;悉尼当代艺术馆展示着原始土著居民的传统艺术与现代艺术, 20世纪欧洲画家的作品及来自亚洲的艺术品
  • 第十三天 返回中国

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