The AlSadi Changing Lives programme held for the third time is a cultural exchange programme in Jordan funded by philanthropist Majid AlSadi, the Chairman and CEO of Eastern Holding. During the programme students will work with a number of charitable organisations and participate in community projects, volunteering activities, group workshops and historical visits to beautiful sites of Ammam, Jordan.
Westminster Working Cultures is a new programme funded by the University of Westminster’s Quintin Hogg Trust and alumnus Trevor Yang, a 1983 graduate of Social Sciences. The programme will offer students workplace tours to a number of leading and diverse organisations in Hong Kong, workshops and cultural visits to The Peak, HK-Stanley, Aberdeen Monastery and Night Markets.
When speaking about her experience in Jordan, Holly Patrick, Journalism BA student, said: “This was the best experience I have had whilst attending Westminster University. I feel so privileged to be a part of this trip. From start to finish, I was in awe of the work the Jordanians do to ensure children, mothers, families and communities are educated and equally respected.”
The applications are now open and close on 2 July.
For more information please contact the Outward Mobility Team at OutwardMobilityTeam@westminster.ac.uk