Online global experiences

Take part in exciting international and cultural exchange experiences, without the need to travel overseas.

Online Go Global Experiences

Online Go Global Experiences take place virtually using the same IT equipment as your online lectures. 

Global Citizenship programme and Forum

Join 200 fellow UK and international students from UWE Bristol to take part in a unique leadership development experience. During this programme you will learn about how to make change happen and develop key leadership skills.

The Global Citizenship programme will develop the skills and competencies you need to advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This is your chance to play an active role in advancing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 

During the programme, you explore Open-Source Leadership – a new model of leadership co-created with Common Purpose by over 1,000 young people, globally. It is designed to take eight hours over a three-week period. When you complete this two-part programme you will gain two micro-credentials which you can display on your LinkedIn profile and as part of your digital backpack. You will also become part of the 99,000 Alumni network.

You will be invited to access the Global Citizenship course materials from Monday 29 November 2021.

Please note: You will need to complete the programme as preparation for the Global Leadership Forum where you will use your learning to contribute to live online discussion and debate.

The Global Leadership Forum takes place on Monday 13 December 2021 from 16:00 to 20:00. During the Forum, you will have the opportunity to engage live online with visionary leaders from around the world, representing massive international brands as well as unsung heroes who make change happen. 

Global Leadership Forum speakers 

Opening keynote
How will you take ownership of the leadership that will define you and your generation? 

Leadership masterclasses
The key issues, themes and challenges of our time. 

Leadership insights
How have leaders stood up and led change across boundaries? 

  • Alexander Gunkel, Founder and Managing Director, Space4Good 
  • Mina Kamal, Regional Environment Advisor, Ministry and Interior
  • Alice Dlamini, Founder, Alice’s Honey and Uwin Iwin 

Students eligible for the UWE Employability Bursary will have their full programme fee funded by the University.

Global Citizenship programme application form (UK/EU students) 

Free spaces are available for international students, for further details on eligibility are detailed on the application form. 

Global Citizenship programme application form (international students) 

Future Skills Programme

Pagoda Projects are delighted to offer a bespoke 6-week Future Skills Programme, over the first semester of 2021/22 for students from UWE Bristol.

This programme will increase your cultural understanding, develop employability skills and help to gain valuable experiences in new and innovative ways.

This exciting Autumn 2021 programme is for the students who are looking to enhance their future prospects through a fun and interactive course, with minimal commitment of time and one that’s flexible to work around your academic and personal commitments.

Students eligible for the UWE Employability Bursary will have their full programme fee funded by the University.

Those who are not eligible to apply for the bursary will pay a fee of £500.

Register your interest on the Future Skills Programmes 2021/22 with Pagoda Projects

 

Think Pacific Virtual Internship Experience

Think Pacific have taken their award-winning programmes online to bring you a unique virtual intern experience. This allows you to contribute to the Fiji National Development Plan and United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals across a range of different careers fields. This activity has been running since summer 2020 with UWE Bristol students giving it great feedback. One UWE Bristol student even worked with the Prime Minister of Fiji!

Students eligible for the UWE Employability Bursary will have their full programme fee funded by the University. Those who are not eligible to apply for the bursary can take part for the discounted rate of £395.

Apply for a place on this programme with Think Pacific

Eligibility

The programmes above are open to students eligible for the UWE Bristol Employability Bursary. Successful applicants will have their programme fee fully funded by the University. Students who are unable to apply for bursary funding can purchase a place on this programme.

If you have any questions about this activity above please email goglobal@uwe.ac.uk.