• New Colombo Mobility Program

    Launched in 2014, the New Colombo Plan is a flagship Australian Government initiative providing new opportunities for Australian undergraduate students to study and undertake internships and mentorships in the Indo-Pacific. It aims to lift knowledge of the region in Australia, build leadership skills, and foster people-to-people and institutional relationships.

    In 2019 collaboration between Huawei Australia and Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) will see 30 students annually hosted at the Beijing Language Cultural University and Huawei’s office in Shenzhen on a three-week immersion program under the New Colombo Mobility Scheme.

    Find out more about the New Colombo Mobility program



    Successful ATN University applicants will receive a funding grant from the Australian Government and their university to cover costs associated with the program, full details of which will be discussed in detail during the interview phase of the application process.


    What Expenses are to be covered by the Mobility grant funding

    • VISA application costs
    • Return flights to China, including internal flight
    • Australian domestic flight to attend departure ceremony in Brisbane
    • Accommodation in Beijing & Shenzhen (Huawei to manage group booking)

    What Expenses are to be covered by Huawei

    • Beijing Language & Cultural University tuition fees
    • Huawei University tuition fees
    • Ground transfers required as part of the program
    • All meals for the duration of the program
    • All sightseeing ticket expenses for the duration of the program

    NB: For JCU students Huawei covers all expenses that relate to the program (excludes personal expenses)

Huawei Technologies

Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, is the world’s largest telecom infrastructure producer and one of the world’s leading innovators. We have consistently been in the top 5 patent application companies across all sectors, are ranked 70 on Interbrands Top 100 Best Global Brands and 72 on Forbes Fortune Global 500 list.

Our ICT solutions, products and services are used in more than 170 countries and regions, serving over one-third of the world's population. Globally Huawei has 180,000 employees with 80,000 engineers in our 16 global R&D centres around the world. We recruit between 6,000 – 10,000 new graduate trainees annually – more than any other company in our sector. In Australia, Huawei has delivered safe and secure services for 15 years, works with all the major telecommunications providers, has 750 employees and is committed to enabling the future information society and building a better connected world.

We are passionate about the importance of science and innovation to deliver the products and services of tomorrow and, like you, we take seriously the role we play to foster a new generation of talent in Australia.