This is a great opportunity for all SML Stage 1, 2 and 3 students to discover a new culture and a new language outside the SML. Each Scholarship will cover all the main costs, including flights, accommodation, the Korea language course fees, and money to spend on cultural activities. Apart from the experience itself, it is the kind of experience that will definitely stand-out in a CV in terms of extra-curricular experience, intercultural awareness and adaptability.
published on: 5th February 2016
On Thursday 28th January, Consortium Director Dr Elizabeth Andersen, Project Manager Sophie Stewart and Senior Student Language Ambassadors Liam Innis (Stage 4) and Ruta Vaiciute (Stage 2) represented Routes into Languages North East at the Working Together for Languages Conference, a national Routes into Languages dissemination event held at the British Medical Association in Bloomsbury, London.
published on: 2nd February 2016
The studentships form part of a five year programme designed to support the study of Japan in the UK at postgraduate level which the Nippon Foundation and the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation launched in 2014.
published on: 20th January 2016
published on: 17th December 2015
published on: 16th December 2015