By actively participating in ‘world-ready’ learning activities, you will have the chance to practice new skills and develop the global competencies that will distinguish you as a ‘world-ready’ and ‘work-ready’ graduate. You can also use these learning opportunities to earn entries on your co-curricular record giving you a competitive edge in your job search after graduation.
In the classroom
Engage in intercultural group work, presentations or projects; attend lectures with an international focus by guest speakers; use global journal articles as academic resources
Attend intercultural social events (Latin Night, Diwali, International Ball); become a peer mentor; connect with peers outside of your social circle
In the community
Volunteer with a local multicultural organization; get to know cultural community leaders
Around the world
Participate in a semester exchange, summer institute or international field study