LEADERSHIP IN GLOBAL CHANGE
How to succeed in a changing world! LIGC is an exciting and empowering Oxford Summer Course for 16 -18 year olds interested in the opportunities presented by today's biggest global challenges.
Created by communication, and education experts with the Environmental Change Institute (ECI) in the School of Geography and Environment at the University of Oxford, this Summer School is based on the understanding that all future careers are going to be affected by these global issues. Whether you are become doctor, a lawyer, a business person or a teacher, for those with the right knowledge and skills, global changes are bringing challenging new opportunities.
Director of the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
Professor of Climate & Environmental Risks, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
Senior Research Fellow, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford; Fellow, Linacre College, University of Oxford
AT A GLANCE
One and two week residential courses for 15 -18 year olds at the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University.
Talk to Oxford University academics at the ECI about their work.
Work with professional communication experts to develop your communication skills.
Explore the implications of global changes for your own career.
Improve your critical thinking, and gain a deeper understanding of the links between issues.
Make amazing new friends from around the world, get to know a world class city, and have huge amounts of fun!
15 spaces per course.
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SAFE, FUN AND INTERNATIONAL
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 and unforgettable summer experience.
LIGC students live in St Antony's College, a beautiful college for graduate students in leafy North Oxford. They have lovely, single, study bedrooms in a charming setting around beautiful gardens. They have a short walk each morning across the wonderful University Parks to the School of Geography and Environment, where the ECI is located, in the University Science Area. Learning is active and stimulating, and enhanced with a fun packed social programme, exploring what Oxford has to offer. Our evening activities, after the initial Sunday welcome dinner, are usually a pizza night, punting (long flat boat propelled by a long metal pole) on the beautiful River Cherwell, Shakespeare in one of the college gardens, and a free evening with your new friends.
Students are looked after by our wonderfully caring student care professionals, Oxford Study Courses (www.osc-ib.com), a world leading provider of summer schools for school age students, to ensure that every student has a very personal, caring and supportive experience.
1-week Courses start
Sunday 30th June 2019
Sunday 21st July 2019
2-week Course starts
Sunday 7th July 2019
Arrive by 5pm on Sunday for registration, welcome dinner and activities.
We finish by 6pm on your final Friday, but Friday night and a farewell dinner is included in your fee so you are welcome to stay until Saturday morning.
Applications open in September 2018. Before then, please email to express and interest.
Residential per week: £1,500
- The full course
- Accommodation in a single study bedroom and 24hr pastoral care
- Two or more organised evening activities per week (e.g. punting, theatre) plus informal group activities
- Sunday and Friday evening dinners at St Antony's College
- Full cooked breakfast daily
- 5 other meals each week (lunch or dinner depending on the schedule)
Non-residential per week: £900
As above, without accommodation. Pastoral care while on course and on organised activities.
Heathrow Airport Meet and Transfer Service: £140
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we have a few full or partial hardship bursaries available. Please email for details.
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