Frequently Asked Questions
- Where is the program run?
- What happens after I submit an application?
- What does the program cost?
- What are the program benefits?
- What opportunities are there for me after the program?
- What type of people are accepted into the Asialink Leaders Program?
- How many hours do I need to commit to the program?
- Who facilitates this program?
- What organisations send their staff to participate in the program?
- Do I get any formal qualifications from this program?
- How are participants assessed?
Where is the program run?The Asialink Leaders Program is run in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Programs are run consecutively from March to December. Check out our sample programs [PDF, 329kb, 1 page] for more information.
The program fees cover all costs relating to scheduled events of the program, except where travel and accommodation is concerned in relation to the five-day Canberra retreat. Partial scholarships are available for participants working in the not-for-profit and community sectors and are allocated on a competitive basis.
In addition, you are welcomed into the Asialink Leaders Program alumni network. This is a diverse, strong and vibrant network of leaders working across the globe.
Participants are generally between 28 and 55 years old, and hold a leadership position within their organisation. Participants come from a range of backgrounds, some with little Asia experience and some with extensive knowledge of the region.
For more information, view the current group of leaders or our previous participants.
sample program [PDF, 329kb, 1 page]. Some time is also required outside these contact hours to complete the Asialink Workplace Project.
experts in cross-cultural communication and leadership.
organisations that have had employees on the program.
recognised by a diverse range of Australia’s leading employers.
- Attend 80% of program events
- Attend the Canberra retreat
- Successfully complete the negotiated workplace project