Expressions of Interest for 2019 are available until 31st July 2018
Yes, you can! You can even bring work from your own school if you are studying a specialist subject. If selected on the exchange program, talk to your teachers about the work you might need to do while away. Talk with your host family about the school you will be attending.
Certainly, we encourage our exchange students to participate in sporting activities whilst in their host country. It’s a great way to meet new friends.
Rotary provides a thorough and comprehensive briefing to students, parents and councillors which covers a wide range of topics. Rotary provides a strong support network in both Australia and New Zealand for the students and families.
The Rotary Australia and New Zealand Student Exchange (RANZSE) program is run by some Rotary Districts in Australia and all districts in New Zealand. It is designed for 14 to 16 year old students to experience a true “exchange” with a family in the other country. In 2019 Australian students arrive in New Zealand and […]
In 2019 Australian students will fly to New Zealand and attend school with their matched student during Term 2. Both students will return to Australia at the end of June and attend the Australian student’s school during Term 3. The Australia/New Zealand Student Exchanges offer an opportunity to be away from home and be “independent” […]
Devika Ratanpal – Wellington NZ 3 months in Australia flew by so quickly it seems like a dream. It was one of the best 3 months of my life ever. I arrived at Adelaide Airport on the 6th of April. I was tired after an early morning and very very nervous to meet my new […]
Students are matched where possible, with students of similar interests in the other country. The costs of the exchange are mainly covered by the participating families. This is typically about $A3,500 – $A4500 (depending on the rate of exchange in each country) covering costs such as air travel, passport, weekend camps, a week-long Safari in […]
It is one of the aims of Rotary International throughout the world to bring about better understanding between people. How better can this be done than through Youth Exchanges where each student has an opportunity to experience another country’s way of life, the people, their outlook and beliefs? Much as there is a need for […]