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Spend two weeks in Oxford, UK learning about climate change and about the leadership skills you will need to make a difference. As a participant in the Climate Change Project, you will attend workshops with guest speakers, work in a team to develop your o
Location:
Oxford, United Kingdom
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
High School
Term:
Spring Break, Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
The Climate Change Project is a 2-week residential programme in Oxford, UK. It is open to students from around the world aged 13 - 17. Interested participants should speak English at an Upper Intermediate level or higher, and may need a visa deending on their country of nationality. Programme dates are as follows: March 20-April 2 (Easter), July 10-July 23 (Summer I), and July 24-August 6 (Summer II).

Spend two weeks in Oxford, UK learning about climate change and about the leadership skills you will need to make a difference. As a participant in the Climate Change Project, you will attend workshops with guest speakers, work in a team to develop your own research project, and visit local organisations working on climate change issues. You will also spend two days in London, and you will leave the conference with new mentors and friends from around the world.

- Full room & board - Academic sessions with guest speakers and support from our staff - Visits to local organisations, NGOs, and Universities - 2 full-day excursions to London - Social activities - NOT included: Airfare and transportation from the airport to the conference center
Setting Description:
We offer our conferences at three different centres: Saint Edward’s School (Easter), University of Reading (Summer I), and Shiplake College (Summer II). All three schools are located in or near the city of Oxford, UK, which is only 60 miles (about an hour’s drive or train ride) away from London.
Cost:
USD 3520

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