Keith Sherin Global Leaders: Study Abroad Information Session
December 14, 2023,
APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
COE invites applications for the 2024 Keith Sherin Global Leaders: Study Abroad Program
The Council for Opportunity in Education proudly presents the 2024 Keith Sherin Global Leaders: Study Abroad program in collaboration with its international partners, ECHO and The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Twenty TRIO Student Support Services participants and TRIO McNair Scholars, guided by two dedicated COE Group Leaders, will embark on a life-changing adventure from June 21 to July 15, 2024.
The first week will be a deep dive into the host country, the Netherlands. Students will uncover the rich tapestry of Dutch culture and education, all while gaining valuable insights into higher education and cultural diversity, both in theory and practice. Under the esteemed guidance of ECHO, the Center for Diversity Policy, students will explore the vibrant city of Amsterdam and engage with student leaders who represent migrant communities.
The following two weeks will see students at The Hague Summer School, a cutting-edge educational platform rooted in the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Here, students will dive into courses that focus on addressing global challenges by forging connections between the public and private sectors. Each student will enroll in both a core course and an elective, immersing themselves in a world of ideas, innovation, and collaboration. Students will engage in coursework, conduct field research, and learn through the power of shared experiences.
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this life-altering experience. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, January 16, 2024, at 5 p.m. ET. The cost for student registration is $2500. Start your journey to becoming a global leader today. Learn more about the program here.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Spend the first week getting to know your host country before studying at The Hague Summer School
Spend the first week getting to know your host country! You’ll be learning about the Netherlands’ social and educational context, specifically focusing on higher education and cultural diversity in theory and practice. Under the auspices of ECHO, the Center for Diversity Policy, students will visit Amsterdam and meet student leaders representing migrant communities.
For the next two weeks, you’ll study at The Hague Summer School, a cutting-edge modular set of courses based on the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The classes focus on solving global issues by connecting the public and private sectors. There is no better place to learn and practice world citizenship than in The Hague (Den Haag), the International City of Peace and Justice, and the political and cultural heart of the Netherlands.
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COE has seasonal student opportunities for TRIO high school and undergraduate students and recent TRIO graduates. Get notified when COE seeks future cohorts for the opportunities below.
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Questions? Contact Director of Student Development Services Angela L. Holley.
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