Discovering Turkish music and culture in Istanbul, exploring the influences of culture and personality in Malaysia, creating design and sustainability solutions at Cornell University and gaining an insight into corporate accounting in Chicago are just some of the trips on offer to students in the latest round of DMU Global trips.
There are 40 opportunities in total and all of them take place between late April and August this year.
Look at business start-ups in the ancient city of Athens
DMU Works - the university careers programme designed to make students work ready – is offering enterprise trips to develop professional skills through visits to digital and tech companies in Silicon Valley, and business start-ups in Athens, Greece.
Students also have the opportunity to learn about supporting communities by volunteering with refugees in New York and Berlin with DMU Local.
Other academic trips include visiting the World Festival of Animated Film in Croatia, experiencing Biomedical Science in China, providing health advice in Mallorca and attending a Performing Arts festival in Utrecht.
Applications open today and the the closing date is Monday 10 February 9am.
Zagreb in Croatia hosts the World Festival of Animated Film
The overseas trips are subsidised with a DMU Global bursary and further funding is available for high-achieving students from widening participation backgrounds, helping to make our international opportunities accessible to all.
Students can check the website for full details of the application process, as well as tips for writing a strong submission that could help you secure a place on one of the trips.
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Sue Litchfield was part of a DMU group studying Health and Wellbeing in Society who went to Mallorca in August last year to work with Street Angels, volunteer teams who patrol the resort's nightlife district, providing first aid and other assistance to partygoers.
Sue said it was a memorable trip adding: “Different cultures and backgrounds give us perspectives of looking at problems, so we can find solutions together to help everyone.
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“I learned so much on the trip, especially from the diverse range of students who participated and the incredibly knowledgeable staff who went with us from DMU.”
Fine Art student Amber Jesson took part in a previous DMU Global volunteering opportunity.
She said: “Applying for this experience was probably the best decision I've ever made. My experience was truly amazing. Not only have I met the loveliest people and made friends all over the world, I have been able to help change lives, even if it’s in the smallest way possible. That's something that I'll forever be proud of.”
You can look at all the trips on offer and learn more here
If you have any queries about the trips and eligibility checkout the www.dmuglobal.com website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted on Monday 20th January 2020