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Thursday 12 October 2017

Do something incredible - volunteer abroad!

Do something incredible - volunteer abroad!
Do something incredible - volunteer abroad!

There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer abroad at NTU and summer 2018 could see you volunteering in Fiji, Romania, Guatemala or Uganda!

You can apply for international now. Visit FutureHub for further information, the application deadline is Friday 12 January 2018.

Our NTU International Volunteering team are proud to work with ethical, not-for-profit organisations:

East African Playgrounds - build a playground in Uganda
Little John’s House - run a summer school in Romania for children with additional needs
Think Pacific - participate in a sport and education programme in Fiji
Education For The Children - teach English and be a part of a community build in Guatemala


Financial support

A 40% discount off project costs is available for students from low income backgrounds (as determined by data from Student Finance England), with the option to also apply for further funding through a scholarship at the post-application stage.
Nottingham Trent Volunteering will check your eligibility to receive this discount, which will be determined by the Household Income information that either you or your Legal Guardians shared with Student Finance England.

Email the International Volunteering team to find out if you are eligible.


Don’t take our word for it

Here’s what some of the students who participated in our International Volunteering programmes in summer 2017 had to say about their experiences:

“A heart-warming experience which made me grow as a person. Seeing first-hand what the charity does was amazing and I had so much fun and made friends for life."

“I really enjoyed my time volunteering at Little John’s House in Romania. I gained valuable experience leading up to the trip whilst fundraising. My time in Romania flew by, the children and staff were excellent and I left with many life lessons learned and eager to return.”

“The online application was simple to fill out, with room to individualise your application in terms of what experience you already have, and what you would personally like to get out of your volunteering. The funding available from the university was easy to apply for and went a long way in ensuring I could access international volunteering.”


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