DMU Global goes online for career-boosting opportunities

DMU Global goes online so students can learn from and work with people around the world in career-boosting opportunities.

DMU Global is bringing innovative online opportunities for every student to experience different cultures and ways of learning that will boost their job opportunities and help them develop a range of key skills. 

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DMU Global Online Learning will cover everything from virtual internships in Fiji to discussing the Black Lives Matter movement with academics in Georgia, USA to helping the planet meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

To make DMU Global accessible to every student, you will be able to dedicate as little as a couple of hours to several weeks to new academic, employability and cultural experiences.

One of the highlights this term is the Common Purpose Global Citizenship Course.

More than 100 places are available for students who will be able to link up with senior leaders and fellow students to see how you can take a stand on global issues you are passionate about. The three-week course will help you play an active role in advancing the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).

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You can also apply to join the ThinkPacific Virtual Internship which will put you at the forefront of helping the people and learning about the culture of Fiji. 150 places are available for students globally to work online to support Fijian government ministries, social enterprises or charities, implement the Fiji National Development Plan and work towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange – Social Circles encourages students to ask ‘Three years after #metoo, where are we in terms of gender relations’. You will be able to virtually meet and chat with young people across Europe, build meaningful relationships, better understand the viewpoint of others and develop a range of employability skills (such as cross-cultural communication, problem solving and digital literacy).

There are deadlines for each virtual global experience over the next two weeks so students are being encouraged to go online and sign up as soon as possible.

If you are interested in hearing more about upcoming DMU Global activities you can sign up to the mailing list and learn about new opportunities as they arrive.

Posted on Tuesday 13 October 2020

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