WEPisode #6: Molly In Italy





Going Green Scholarships

WEP Australia is going green in 2020!

This year, WEP Australia will continue to champion climate action and take further steps to reduce our impact on the planet. We will reduce printing, postage and courier services, using recycled paper, offering electronic alternatives to program material, improving our office recycling systems, going solar and choosing airlines that have fleets of more fuel efficient aircraft. WEP also supports climate-smart politics and encourages politicians to support progressive climate policy.

To celebrate WEP’s increased commitment to going green, we’re offering 5 x $1,000 scholarships for WEP Student Exchange and WEP+ semester and year programs departing between July and August 2020!

Eligible countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, South Korea and the USA.

To apply, create a three-minute video addressing the scholarship question: What single policy do you think would have the biggest impact on fighting climate change?

We’re looking for:


You don’t need a directorial team or a new camera to create a winning video! We’re looking for creativity and out-of-the-box thinking!

A relevant and well-considered answer

Think carefully about the scholarship question, your answer should address it directly. We’re looking for relevant and focused content.

Tech specs

  • Your video should be no more than three minutes long
  • We need to be able to see and hear you clearly (don’t stand next to/in a waterfall!)
  • If you’re uploading your video to YouTube, make sure it is set to ‘unlisted’ not ‘private’.
  • Submit your video link using the form below

*The fine print:
For winning entries, your full program application must be received by the published deadlines.
Offer not available to year 12 students in Victoria and New South Wales, nor in conjunction with any other offer or scholarship.
Not available for WEP Study Abroad programs.

Deadline: Midnight 16 February 2020

Going Green Scholarship

  • Remember to ensure your video is not set to 'private'.