Rotary offers study trip to Scotland

If you are an Australian citizen aged between 25 and 40, and a committed business or professional person, you may qualify for Rotary Internationals study tour to Scotland in September.

The program aims to improve international understanding by enabling people from different countries to learn from each other on a personal level.

Travel and accommodation is fully funded by Rotary.

Applicants need to be personable, articulate, cooperative and able to fulfill the rigorous demands of international travel and an intensive itinerary. They also need to be employed in or reside in Rotary District 9640. (Rotary members and their relatives are not eligible to apply).

For more information contact Brian Wheatley on 6629 3404, visit the website and follow the GSE candidates for Scotland links, or email Ian Wilson at

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