Before you travel, you are required to familiarise yourself with the Policy on Student Safety for Overseas. The policy covers all overseas trips that are approved by Colleges/Schools / Departments for students for the purposes of study, research, field trips, learning trips, internship, conferences, symposiums, community service, competitions and other activities. In addition, students may also propose overseas trips for approval by the Colleges/Schools / Departments.
Travel Risk refers to the security and medical risk associated with traveling overseas.
All University-sanctioned Travel for students must be approved.
Acceptable Travel Risk Destinations
refer to countries / regions that are defined by the University for which travel risk is at an acceptable level, based on the risk ratings assessed by the Appointed Travel Security Vendor.
• Insignificant , Low or Medium in Travel Security Risk, AND
• Low, Medium, Variable in Travel Medical RiskAre regarded as Acceptable Travel Risk Destinations.
Escalated Travel Risk Destinations refer to countries/ regions that are defined by the University for which travel risk is not acceptable, based on the risk ratings assessed by the Appointed Travel Security Vendor.
Countries/regions that are rated by the Appointed Travel Security Vendor as:
• High and Extreme in Travel Security Risk, OR
• High and Very High in Travel Medical Risk