Project Global Citizen

Project Global Citizen Scholars undertake an 8-week blended learning program that radically improves their cultural competency skills for studying, living and working across cultures as a truly global citizen.

  • It creates an understanding of culturally-influenced expectations (the “unwritten rules”) of employers and how to bridge the gaps that could limit your ability to survive and thrive in your new host country.
  • Over an 8-week program, we empower you with practical cross-cultural skills in relation to your academic, social and safety situation.
  • Project Global Citizen is Australia’s first professional development program that focuses exclusively on leveraging culture to optimise your experience in studying, living and working as a truly global citizen.
  • Project Global Citizen graduates are certified with a micro credential they can use in their CVs and LinkedIn profiles.

Developing cultural competency has taught me better networking skills across different sectors and in diverse environments.

Amanda from Australia. 2021 Project Global Citizen Graduate

The best part of this experience was hearing all of the different cultural perspectives and understanding cultural mindsets of different nationalities in general.

Nathan from USA. 2021 Project Global Citizen Graduate

The Study Sunshine Coast Project Global Citizen program was a big plus to my job seeking experience. It made me realise my cultural competence and improve my communication skills.

Jade Chen from China. 2020 Project Global Citizen Graduate

Apply now

Applications are now closed and at capacity for the fully subsidised (free) scholarships for the Semester 1 2022 Project Global Citizen Scholarship Program (PGC). If you are interested in future programs please join the PGC Waitlist here. To be eligible for future Study Sunshine Coast PGC programs, you must:

  • Be an international or domestic student aged 18 years or above and currently studying in an institution located on the Sunshine Coast.
  • Commit to attending a three hour interactive online workshop and attending a further four one hour interactive workshops over a 8 week period.
  • Be an international or domestic student aged 18 years or above and currently studying in an institution located on the Sunshine Coast.
  • Undertake a short online Project Global Citizen Cultural Quiz.

How you can become a Global Citizen

Become a Global Citizen– Applications are now closed and at capacity for the Program starting March 2022.

Students wishing to participate in future Project Global Citizen Scholarship Program (PGC) can join the PGC Waitlist here.

Improve your employability and career skills no matter where in the world you want to work.

The program is highly sought after by students who earn a micro credential upon graduating the course.