Relevance? Employers increasingly want graduates who not only possess subject specific knowledge but who are also globally aware. As a student in the School of Life and Medical Sciences you have the opportunity to participate in a lecture/tutorial programme is designed to further develop your global knowledge and understanding needed to succeed in business and … More Boost your global knowledge and employability with the Global Perspectives Programme
If you’re thinking of studying abroad and you don’t want to go for an entire year but want to engage in something more short-term over the summer, then why not click on the links below to find out more about the exciting opportunities that await you as a UK student: Scholarships to study in China: … More Go Study, Go Work, Go Explore!
If you are thinking about studying abroad, be inspired by what Georgia Lamothe got up to in the USA last year. Georgia is currently in her final year studying Sports and Exercise Science. If you are motivated to do something different, complete that study abroad application so you can begin your once in a … More Study Abroad: The Best Decision!
The drive for universities to internationalise is often not based on morality or ethics, but on good economic sense. The financial contribution made to universities – and the host country – by international students is immense. However, at many, if not all, higher education institutions, the focus is on growing international recruitment at the lowest … More Valuing international students in marketing and recruitment
Wondering what you can do with an LMS ‘Dean’s International Engagement Travel Bursary’? Well, why not read about what Josh got up to in Brazil this summer. Josh graduated earlier this year with a 1st class honours degree in Environmental Management and went onto have an amazing time in Brazil. Read on and be Inspired! If … More Making Brazil Happen!
When? Thursday 8th December 1300 to 1400. Room to TBC. Why? If you are thinking about studying abroad in your third year, then why not come along to the School of Life and Medical Sciences lunchtime talk on Study Abroad. The talk (and free lunch!), represents a fantastic opportunity to hear more about the study … More Go Explore Go International – LMS Study Abroad Lunchtime Talk
Motivated by the University’s internationalisation strategy, and forming part of the Dean’s International Engagement Initiative for the School of Life and Medical Sciences, three small (£250) travel and subsistence bursaries are being offered to students in the School. The bursaries are open to undergraduate students in their first and second year of study in the … More Dean’s International Engagement Travel Bursaries 2016/17
Want to connect with other international students? Want to boost your conservation skills? If you are an international student, and you want to connect with other international students in the School of Life and Medical Sciences, then why not visit our Bayfordbury Campus and join in our conservation programme. When? Bayfordbury conservation days happen on … More Dean’s International Engagement Initiative – Bayfordbury Conservation Days for International Students
Insider Foundry, the publishers of the free, annual ‘Insider Guides – International Student Guides’ have recently expanded their guides to cover London and the rest of the UK. The guides are written by local students and cover advice on everything from setting up in the city (including accommodation, money and employment), the best areas of … More International Student Guides for London and the UK
Relevance? Employers increasingly want graduates who not only possess subject specific knowledge but who are also globally aware. As a student in the School of Life and Medical Sciences you have the opportunity to participate in a two day intensive short course designed to further develop the global knowledge and understanding needed to succeed in … More Boost your global knowledge and employability with the Global Perspectives Programme