The Leadership in Global Change Summer School is a unique and unmissable experience for tomorrow’s leaders.
Created by independent sustainability and education experts in collaboration with the Environmental Change Institute (ECI), of the University of Oxford
A one week residential course in Oxford, UK, for 15-19 year olds.
Accommodation in St Antony's College; classes in the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University.
Workshops on the sustainability issues researched at the ECI which include climate change, food and water security, global transport and the implications for politics and business.
Leadership skills classes covering the characteristics of leadership, shortcuts to understanding complex data and information, and effective communication in word and in writing.
Residential: £1,300 (Half-board)
Non-residential: £850 (Lunch Mon - Fri, Dinner on Sunday)
Full / partial scholarships: by application
25th June – 1st July (6 nights)
23rd July - 29th July (6 nights)
Contact us via our management partners (Oxford Study Courses)
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AT A GLANCE
- Engage with Oxford University’s world class academics on global issues such as climate change, human migration and food scarcity
- Develop 21st century skills in critiquing, debating, and compromising to find solutions
- Tackle uncertainty, risk and conflicting views
- Explore the intersection of science with business and politics
- Develop and defend your own position on key global issues
- Create your own network of future global leaders
- Live and breathe Oxford student life
- Feel safe with full time care from our professional pastoral team
Aims and outcomes
The aim of this initiative is to enable students who will eventually have influential positions in business or the public sector to be confident and articulate about globally important issues. It will teach them how to engage effectively with the world’s experts to develop solutions.
This experience will support university applications for a huge range of subjects from business and politics to science and engineering.
Students will spend their days engaged in researching and debating, and their evenings being Oxford students. We hope to inspire them to aim high in their academic and professional careers.
PREPARING YOU FOR THE FUTURE
This is a unique opportunity. In an increasingly competitive and global environment it is essential for ambitious students to take advantage of every opportunity they can for personal development and personal resume building. Students will develop transferable skills and knowledge which not only sounds great on paper but is a real experience that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
LIFE ON COURSE
Oxford is a unique and glorious place. Small enough to be manageable and safe, full of young people from all over the world, it is the perfect setting for an inspiring summer experience.
LIGC students live in St Antony's College, and have the unusual privilege of learning in the Environmental Change Institute, part of the School of Geography in the University of Oxford, where they will interact with busy academics. Learning will be active and stimulating, and balanced with a fun packed evening programme.
Students will be looked after by our student care professionals, Oxford Study Courses, a world leading provider of summer schools for school age students, to ensure that every student has a very personal, caring and supportive week.
ST ANTONY'S COLLEGE
Founded in 1950, St Antony's is one of Oxford's seven graduate colleges. It's members are those studying for Masters or DPhil degrees at Oxford University, as well as research and teaching staff of the University. The site combines award-winning avant guarde modern buildings, with beautiful North Oxford Victorian architecture.
It is a small site, just 10 minutes walk from the centre of Oxford, and is a safe, calm, welcoming environment for visiting students. Students have their own private bedroom, and a shared bathroom close by. En-suite rooms are available too. There are kitchens to use if not eating in Hall or elsewhere, a laundry, and plenty of places to hang out with friends. The gardens are lovely. You can play badminton on the grass, or just sit under the trees and chat.
Student are provided with breakfast and lunch every day, dinner on Sunday when they arrive, and we go out for pizza together on the Monday evening in a lovely local pizzeria. On other evenings students are free to explore Oxford - there are many lovely places to eat.
- A lovely cooked and continental breakfast is available every day in the St Antony's Dining Hall
- Lunch is provided at the Biochemistry Department café next to the Environmental Change Institute
- Dinner is served in Hall on Sunday
During the day we make our own drinks at the ECI, and have snacks to keep us going between meals!