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NO CURRENT INTERNSHIPS 

 

 Asia New Zealand Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

What Our Past Interns Have To Say

Seamus Barnett and Lucy Hamnett are spending three months in KPMG’s office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Asia New Zealand Foundation internships. The internship is one of eight the Foundation offers to students and graduates to help build the long-term capabilities of New Zealand companies to engage in the region.

 

 

Seamus Barnett

Barnett grew up in Dannevirke and was head prefect of Palmerston North Boys’ High School in 2013. He has just completed the second year of his conjoint commerce and law degrees at the University of Auckland and is undertaking his internship in KPMG Vietnam’s tax and international services team.

“My work has been straightforward thus far, providing basic tax advice for individuals and proof-reading documents being sent to larger clients.”

He initially found Ho Chi Minh’s noise and population overwhelming but has adapted and is thoroughly enjoying exploring a new country and his interactions with colleagues.

Barnett, New Zealand’s top scholar in Year 13 English in 2013, says they have found the tones of Vietnamese a bit of challenge.  “Adjusting to the language is a gradual process. The different tones make learning phrases very difficult – to our ear, what we are saying sounds perfectly accurate, to the locals it’s incomprehensible. As a result, we have been limited to the most basic of phrases but most people’s English is pretty good, so we get by.”

 

Lucy Hamnett

Hamnett has just completed her fourth year of study at the University of Otago, with a double major in accounting and international business, and will continue her studies as a postgraduate in 2016. She is working in KPMG’s auditing team, reviewing financial statements and proofreading. She will soon be going out to see clients for other auditing tasks.

She has been surprised by the sheer size of the city. “With approximately 10 million people, that’s 2.5 times the size of New Zealand. The city is divided into 18 districts and each one has something different to offer. I have figured out that shops are conveniently clustered… They don’t call it Tailoring Street for nothing! 

“I am finding myself always busy, whether it is in the office, trying new restaurants on lunch hour with people from the office, or exploring the city after work.”

The office environment is less hierarchal than she had expected. “I have felt welcomed by colleagues of all ranks and even had lunch with a partner and sang karaoke with my boss at our department meeting and dinner.”

In the weekends, Hamnett and Barnett have been enjoying the chance to travel, including to the mountain town of Da Lat, to Phu Quoc Island and Nha Trang beach.

]“Most of all, I’m looking forward to being amongst the crowds on the streets and counting down to welcome the New Year Vietnamese style,” Hamnett says.

Asia New Zealand Foundation business programme director James Penn said the foundation appreciated the ongoing support from its business partners.  “Professional development opportunities for young people are a key pillar of our business programme.”

Over the summer months, other New Zealand students and graduates will be undertaking internships at BECA in Indonesia; at Gung Ho! Pizza and at Digital Jungle in China; at Kyushu Railway in Japan; and at Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan.

BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS IN ASIA

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is New Zealand's leading non-government authority on Asia. We are a non-partisan, non-profit organisation, set up in 1994 to build New Zealanders' knowledge and understanding of Asia. We rely on a mix of public, philanthropic and corporate funding.

The Foundation works in partnership with influential individuals and organisations in New Zealand and Asia to provide high-level forums, culture events, international collaborations, school programmes and professional development opportunities. Our activities span more than 20 countries in Asia and are delivered through various programmes.

The Foundation’s business internship programme delivers professional development opportunities for New Zealand university students who want to develop a career that involves the Asian region. The aim of the programme is to give students and graduates exposure to business environments in Asia so that they can bring back the knowledge and skills required by New Zealand’s companies active in international markets.

New internship hosts are regularly added to the line-up of our partner organisations in Asia. We currently offer internships for New Zealanders studying Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, and Law backgrounds. The Foundation encourages students for whom the Asian region is relevant to their career aspirations to apply for an internship that will enhance your resume by signalling to employers that you are switched on to the fact that Asia is becoming increasingly important to New Zealand’s future. 

 

Current Internships: 

Business & Commcere Students: 

1. Rakuten Internship - Japan: OPEN NOW - 27th March 2016 

 

Engineering Students: 

 

Accounting Students: 

 

Marekting & Sales Students: 

 

Tourism Students: 

 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

What Our Past Interns Have To Say

Seamus Barnett and Lucy Hamnett are spending three months in KPMG’s office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Asia New Zealand Foundation internships. The internship is one of eight the Foundation offers to students and graduates to help build the long-term capabilities of New Zealand companies to engage in the region.

 

 

Seamus Barnett

Barnett grew up in Dannevirke and was head prefect of Palmerston North Boys’ High School in 2013. He has just completed the second year of his conjoint commerce and law degrees at the University of Auckland and is undertaking his internship in KPMG Vietnam’s tax and international services team.

“My work has been straightforward thus far, providing basic tax advice for individuals and proof-reading documents being sent to larger clients.”

He initially found Ho Chi Minh’s noise and population overwhelming but has adapted and is thoroughly enjoying exploring a new country and his interactions with colleagues.

Barnett, New Zealand’s top scholar in Year 13 English in 2013, says they have found the tones of Vietnamese a bit of challenge.  “Adjusting to the language is a gradual process. The different tones make learning phrases very difficult – to our ear, what we are saying sounds perfectly accurate, to the locals it’s incomprehensible. As a result, we have been limited to the most basic of phrases but most people’s English is pretty good, so we get by.”

 

Lucy Hamnett

Hamnett has just completed her fourth year of study at the University of Otago, with a double major in accounting and international business, and will continue her studies as a postgraduate in 2016. She is working in KPMG’s auditing team, reviewing financial statements and proofreading. She will soon be going out to see clients for other auditing tasks.

She has been surprised by the sheer size of the city. “With approximately 10 million people, that’s 2.5 times the size of New Zealand. The city is divided into 18 districts and each one has something different to offer. I have figured out that shops are conveniently clustered… They don’t call it Tailoring Street for nothing! 

“I am finding myself always busy, whether it is in the office, trying new restaurants on lunch hour with people from the office, or exploring the city after work.”

The office environment is less hierarchal than she had expected. “I have felt welcomed by colleagues of all ranks and even had lunch with a partner and sang karaoke with my boss at our department meeting and dinner.”

In the weekends, Hamnett and Barnett have been enjoying the chance to travel, including to the mountain town of Da Lat, to Phu Quoc Island and Nha Trang beach.

]“Most of all, I’m looking forward to being amongst the crowds on the streets and counting down to welcome the New Year Vietnamese style,” Hamnett says.

Asia New Zealand Foundation business programme director James Penn said the foundation appreciated the ongoing support from its business partners.  “Professional development opportunities for young people are a key pillar of our business programme.”

Over the summer months, other New Zealand students and graduates will be undertaking internships at BECA in Indonesia; at Gung Ho! Pizza and at Digital Jungle in China; at Kyushu Railway in Japan; and at Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan.

NO CURRENT INTERNSHIPS 

 

Asia NZ Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS IN ASIA

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is New Zealand's leading non-government authority on Asia. We are a non-partisan, non-profit organisation, set up in 1994 to build New Zealanders' knowledge and understanding of Asia. We rely on a mix of public, philanthropic and corporate funding.

The Foundation works in partnership with influential individuals and organisations in New Zealand and Asia to provide high-level forums, culture events, international collaborations, school programmes and professional development opportunities. Our activities span more than 20 countries in Asia and are delivered through various programmes.

The Foundation’s business internship programme delivers professional development opportunities for New Zealand university students who want to develop a career that involves the Asian region. The aim of the programme is to give students and graduates exposure to business environments in Asia so that they can bring back the knowledge and skills required by New Zealand’s companies active in international markets.

New internship hosts are regularly added to the line-up of our partner organisations in Asia. We currently offer internships for New Zealanders studying Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, and Law backgrounds. The Foundation encourages students for whom the Asian region is relevant to their career aspirations to apply for an internship that will enhance your resume by signalling to employers that you are switched on to the fact that Asia is becoming increasingly important to New Zealand’s future. 

 

Current Internships: 

Business & Commcere Students: 

1. Rakuten Internship - Japan: OPEN NOW - 27th March 2016 

 

Engineering Students: 

 

Accounting Students: 

 

Marekting & Sales Students: 

 

Tourism Students: 

 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

No Current Engineering Internships Available

 

Asia NZ Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

What Our Past Interns Have To Say

Seamus Barnett and Lucy Hamnett are spending three months in KPMG’s office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Asia New Zealand Foundation internships. The internship is one of eight the Foundation offers to students and graduates to help build the long-term capabilities of New Zealand companies to engage in the region.

 

 

Seamus Barnett

Barnett grew up in Dannevirke and was head prefect of Palmerston North Boys’ High School in 2013. He has just completed the second year of his conjoint commerce and law degrees at the University of Auckland and is undertaking his internship in KPMG Vietnam’s tax and international services team.

“My work has been straightforward thus far, providing basic tax advice for individuals and proof-reading documents being sent to larger clients.”

He initially found Ho Chi Minh’s noise and population overwhelming but has adapted and is thoroughly enjoying exploring a new country and his interactions with colleagues.

Barnett, New Zealand’s top scholar in Year 13 English in 2013, says they have found the tones of Vietnamese a bit of challenge.  “Adjusting to the language is a gradual process. The different tones make learning phrases very difficult – to our ear, what we are saying sounds perfectly accurate, to the locals it’s incomprehensible. As a result, we have been limited to the most basic of phrases but most people’s English is pretty good, so we get by.”

 

Lucy Hamnett

Hamnett has just completed her fourth year of study at the University of Otago, with a double major in accounting and international business, and will continue her studies as a postgraduate in 2016. She is working in KPMG’s auditing team, reviewing financial statements and proofreading. She will soon be going out to see clients for other auditing tasks.

She has been surprised by the sheer size of the city. “With approximately 10 million people, that’s 2.5 times the size of New Zealand. The city is divided into 18 districts and each one has something different to offer. I have figured out that shops are conveniently clustered… They don’t call it Tailoring Street for nothing! 

“I am finding myself always busy, whether it is in the office, trying new restaurants on lunch hour with people from the office, or exploring the city after work.”

The office environment is less hierarchal than she had expected. “I have felt welcomed by colleagues of all ranks and even had lunch with a partner and sang karaoke with my boss at our department meeting and dinner.”

In the weekends, Hamnett and Barnett have been enjoying the chance to travel, including to the mountain town of Da Lat, to Phu Quoc Island and Nha Trang beach.

]“Most of all, I’m looking forward to being amongst the crowds on the streets and counting down to welcome the New Year Vietnamese style,” Hamnett says.

Asia New Zealand Foundation business programme director James Penn said the foundation appreciated the ongoing support from its business partners.  “Professional development opportunities for young people are a key pillar of our business programme.”

Over the summer months, other New Zealand students and graduates will be undertaking internships at BECA in Indonesia; at Gung Ho! Pizza and at Digital Jungle in China; at Kyushu Railway in Japan; and at Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan.

BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS IN ASIA

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is New Zealand's leading non-government authority on Asia. We are a non-partisan, non-profit organisation, set up in 1994 to build New Zealanders' knowledge and understanding of Asia. We rely on a mix of public, philanthropic and corporate funding.

The Foundation works in partnership with influential individuals and organisations in New Zealand and Asia to provide high-level forums, culture events, international collaborations, school programmes and professional development opportunities. Our activities span more than 20 countries in Asia and are delivered through various programmes.

The Foundation’s business internship programme delivers professional development opportunities for New Zealand university students who want to develop a career that involves the Asian region. The aim of the programme is to give students and graduates exposure to business environments in Asia so that they can bring back the knowledge and skills required by New Zealand’s companies active in international markets.

New internship hosts are regularly added to the line-up of our partner organisations in Asia. We currently offer internships for New Zealanders studying Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, and Law backgrounds. The Foundation encourages students for whom the Asian region is relevant to their career aspirations to apply for an internship that will enhance your resume by signalling to employers that you are switched on to the fact that Asia is becoming increasingly important to New Zealand’s future. 

 

Current Internships: 

Business & Commcere Students: 

1. Rakuten Internship - Japan: OPEN NOW - 27th March 2016 

 

Engineering Students: 

1. Beca Internship - Indonesia: OPEN NOW until 28th November 2016 

 

Accounting Students: 

 

Marekting & Sales Students: 

 

Tourism Students: 

 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

What Our Past Interns Have To Say

Seamus Barnett and Lucy Hamnett are spending three months in KPMG’s office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Asia New Zealand Foundation internships. The internship is one of eight the Foundation offers to students and graduates to help build the long-term capabilities of New Zealand companies to engage in the region.

 

 

Seamus Barnett

Barnett grew up in Dannevirke and was head prefect of Palmerston North Boys’ High School in 2013. He has just completed the second year of his conjoint commerce and law degrees at the University of Auckland and is undertaking his internship in KPMG Vietnam’s tax and international services team.

“My work has been straightforward thus far, providing basic tax advice for individuals and proof-reading documents being sent to larger clients.”

He initially found Ho Chi Minh’s noise and population overwhelming but has adapted and is thoroughly enjoying exploring a new country and his interactions with colleagues.

Barnett, New Zealand’s top scholar in Year 13 English in 2013, says they have found the tones of Vietnamese a bit of challenge.  “Adjusting to the language is a gradual process. The different tones make learning phrases very difficult – to our ear, what we are saying sounds perfectly accurate, to the locals it’s incomprehensible. As a result, we have been limited to the most basic of phrases but most people’s English is pretty good, so we get by.”

 

Lucy Hamnett

Hamnett has just completed her fourth year of study at the University of Otago, with a double major in accounting and international business, and will continue her studies as a postgraduate in 2016. She is working in KPMG’s auditing team, reviewing financial statements and proofreading. She will soon be going out to see clients for other auditing tasks.

She has been surprised by the sheer size of the city. “With approximately 10 million people, that’s 2.5 times the size of New Zealand. The city is divided into 18 districts and each one has something different to offer. I have figured out that shops are conveniently clustered… They don’t call it Tailoring Street for nothing! 

“I am finding myself always busy, whether it is in the office, trying new restaurants on lunch hour with people from the office, or exploring the city after work.”

The office environment is less hierarchal than she had expected. “I have felt welcomed by colleagues of all ranks and even had lunch with a partner and sang karaoke with my boss at our department meeting and dinner.”

In the weekends, Hamnett and Barnett have been enjoying the chance to travel, including to the mountain town of Da Lat, to Phu Quoc Island and Nha Trang beach.

]“Most of all, I’m looking forward to being amongst the crowds on the streets and counting down to welcome the New Year Vietnamese style,” Hamnett says.

Asia New Zealand Foundation business programme director James Penn said the foundation appreciated the ongoing support from its business partners.  “Professional development opportunities for young people are a key pillar of our business programme.”

Over the summer months, other New Zealand students and graduates will be undertaking internships at BECA in Indonesia; at Gung Ho! Pizza and at Digital Jungle in China; at Kyushu Railway in Japan; and at Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan.

1. Rakuten Internship - Japan 

 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation invites New Zealand computer science students to apply to intern with internet services company Rakuten in Japan. To be eligible you will need to be due to finish your degree by March 2019.

The internship will run for a period of six to 12 weeks from either June or November 2017 depending on the successful applicants’ availability and preference. The aim of the programme is to provide tertiary graduates with an experience of working in corporate environment in Japan.

In addition to having strong software programming ability, applicants will need to be adaptable, energetic, confident, and have a strong interest in pursuing a career involving collaboration between New Zealand and Japan. The ideal candidate for this opportunity with have studied commerce subjects as well as computer science. For more information please visit the Asia New Zealand Foundation’s website

http://www.asianz.org.nz/content/opportunity-computer-science-internship-japan

 

Asia NZ Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS IN ASIA

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is New Zealand's leading non-government authority on Asia. We are a non-partisan, non-profit organisation, set up in 1994 to build New Zealanders' knowledge and understanding of Asia. We rely on a mix of public, philanthropic and corporate funding.

The Foundation works in partnership with influential individuals and organisations in New Zealand and Asia to provide high-level forums, culture events, international collaborations, school programmes and professional development opportunities. Our activities span more than 20 countries in Asia and are delivered through various programmes.

The Foundation’s business internship programme delivers professional development opportunities for New Zealand university students who want to develop a career that involves the Asian region. The aim of the programme is to give students and graduates exposure to business environments in Asia so that they can bring back the knowledge and skills required by New Zealand’s companies active in international markets.

New internship hosts are regularly added to the line-up of our partner organisations in Asia. We currently offer internships for New Zealanders studying Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, and Law backgrounds. The Foundation encourages students for whom the Asian region is relevant to their career aspirations to apply for an internship that will enhance your resume by signalling to employers that you are switched on to the fact that Asia is becoming increasingly important to New Zealand’s future. 

 

Current Internships: 

Business & Commcere Students: 

1. Rakuten Internship - Japan: OPEN NOW - 27th March 2016 

 

Engineering Students: 

 

Accounting Students: 

 

Marekting & Sales Students: 

 

Tourism Students: 

 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

NO CURRENT INTERNSHIPS 

For more details and information on how to apply please click 'apply now' or visit the Foundation’s website

BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS IN ASIA

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is New Zealand's leading non-government authority on Asia. We are a non-partisan, non-profit organisation, set up in 1994 to build New Zealanders' knowledge and understanding of Asia. We rely on a mix of public, philanthropic and corporate funding.

The Foundation works in partnership with influential individuals and organisations in New Zealand and Asia to provide high-level forums, culture events, international collaborations, school programmes and professional development opportunities. Our activities span more than 20 countries in Asia and are delivered through various programmes.

The Foundation’s business internship programme delivers professional development opportunities for New Zealand university students who want to develop a career that involves the Asian region. The aim of the programme is to give students and graduates exposure to business environments in Asia so that they can bring back the knowledge and skills required by New Zealand’s companies active in international markets.

New internship hosts are regularly added to the line-up of our partner organisations in Asia. We currently offer internships for New Zealanders studying Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, and Law backgrounds. The Foundation encourages students for whom the Asian region is relevant to their career aspirations to apply for an internship that will enhance your resume by signalling to employers that you are switched on to the fact that Asia is becoming increasingly important to New Zealand’s future. 

 

Current Internships: 

Business & Commcere Students: 

1. Rakuten Internship - Japan: OPEN NOW - 27th March 2016 

 

Engineering Students:  

 

Accounting Students: 

 

Marekting & Sales Students: 

 

Tourism Students: 

 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships

What Our Past Interns Have To Say

Seamus Barnett and Lucy Hamnett are spending three months in KPMG’s office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Asia New Zealand Foundation internships. The internship is one of eight the Foundation offers to students and graduates to help build the long-term capabilities of New Zealand companies to engage in the region.

 

 

Seamus Barnett

Barnett grew up in Dannevirke and was head prefect of Palmerston North Boys’ High School in 2013. He has just completed the second year of his conjoint commerce and law degrees at the University of Auckland and is undertaking his internship in KPMG Vietnam’s tax and international services team.

“My work has been straightforward thus far, providing basic tax advice for individuals and proof-reading documents being sent to larger clients.”

He initially found Ho Chi Minh’s noise and population overwhelming but has adapted and is thoroughly enjoying exploring a new country and his interactions with colleagues.

Barnett, New Zealand’s top scholar in Year 13 English in 2013, says they have found the tones of Vietnamese a bit of challenge.  “Adjusting to the language is a gradual process. The different tones make learning phrases very difficult – to our ear, what we are saying sounds perfectly accurate, to the locals it’s incomprehensible. As a result, we have been limited to the most basic of phrases but most people’s English is pretty good, so we get by.”

 

Lucy Hamnett

Hamnett has just completed her fourth year of study at the University of Otago, with a double major in accounting and international business, and will continue her studies as a postgraduate in 2016. She is working in KPMG’s auditing team, reviewing financial statements and proofreading. She will soon be going out to see clients for other auditing tasks.

She has been surprised by the sheer size of the city. “With approximately 10 million people, that’s 2.5 times the size of New Zealand. The city is divided into 18 districts and each one has something different to offer. I have figured out that shops are conveniently clustered… They don’t call it Tailoring Street for nothing! 

“I am finding myself always busy, whether it is in the office, trying new restaurants on lunch hour with people from the office, or exploring the city after work.”

The office environment is less hierarchal than she had expected. “I have felt welcomed by colleagues of all ranks and even had lunch with a partner and sang karaoke with my boss at our department meeting and dinner.”

In the weekends, Hamnett and Barnett have been enjoying the chance to travel, including to the mountain town of Da Lat, to Phu Quoc Island and Nha Trang beach.

]“Most of all, I’m looking forward to being amongst the crowds on the streets and counting down to welcome the New Year Vietnamese style,” Hamnett says.

Asia New Zealand Foundation business programme director James Penn said the foundation appreciated the ongoing support from its business partners.  “Professional development opportunities for young people are a key pillar of our business programme.”

Over the summer months, other New Zealand students and graduates will be undertaking internships at BECA in Indonesia; at Gung Ho! Pizza and at Digital Jungle in China; at Kyushu Railway in Japan; and at Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan.

BUSINESS INTERNSHIPS IN ASIA

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is New Zealand's leading non-government authority on Asia. We are a non-partisan, non-profit organisation, set up in 1994 to build New Zealanders' knowledge and understanding of Asia. We rely on a mix of public, philanthropic and corporate funding.

The Foundation works in partnership with influential individuals and organisations in New Zealand and Asia to provide high-level forums, culture events, international collaborations, school programmes and professional development opportunities. Our activities span more than 20 countries in Asia and are delivered through various programmes.

The Foundation’s business internship programme delivers professional development opportunities for New Zealand university students who want to develop a career that involves the Asian region. The aim of the programme is to give students and graduates exposure to business environments in Asia so that they can bring back the knowledge and skills required by New Zealand’s companies active in international markets.

New internship hosts are regularly added to the line-up of our partner organisations in Asia. We currently offer internships for New Zealanders studying Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, and Law backgrounds. The Foundation encourages students for whom the Asian region is relevant to their career aspirations to apply for an internship that will enhance your resume by signalling to employers that you are switched on to the fact that Asia is becoming increasingly important to New Zealand’s future. 

 

Current Internships: 

Business & Commcere Students: 

1. Rakuten Internship - Japan: OPEN NOW - 27th March 2016 

 

Engineering Students: 

1. Beca Internship - Indonesia: OPEN NOW until 28th November 2016 

 

Accounting Students: 

 

Marekting & Sales Students: 

 

Tourism Students: 

 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers various business internships in different sectors and countries. To view a full list of these, click the following link: http://www.asianz.org.nz/our-work/action-asia-business/grants-and-internships