The ‘Asian Century’: study law in our region by ANU College of Law published on 2018-04-18T05:38:22Z Employers of all sorts greatly value students who show initiative and resilience in undertaking exchange studies in our fast-changing, fast-growing region. In this podcast, high-achieving ANU law alumnus David Olsson (former managing partner of leading Sino-Australian firm King & Wood Mallesons) talks to Dr Jo Ford about why ANU law students should consider semester exchanges, internships and other experiences in countries of the Indo-Pacific region. This includes opportunities under the government’s New Colombo Plan scheme, where undergrad Australian students can apply for funding to support exchanges and other credit-bearing opportunities (see too the Westpac Asian Exchange scholarship). The University's regular exchange program provides many opportunities to gain ANU law elective credit from study in Asian law schools for a semester (paying regular fees to ANU, and not extra fee to the host university) even if you do not apply for other funding. For all queries, contact ANU Global Programs in the first instance, or contact your College academic advisor (appointments: firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss studying abroad in Asia on ANU formal exchanges or other schemes.