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University of Leeds

 
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Diana J Capone

Administrative Coordinator, Tufts University

Research and Academic Administration
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Anna May

Student, University of Leeds

Currently in the final year of my English & Sociology degree at the University of Leeds. I am passionate about arts and health, and one day hope to integrate both interests in a career that helps to address the many challenges our societies bring to our wellbeing. My Laidlaw Scholarship involved a placement with the Geraldine Connor Foundation, a local arts charity, with whom I researched the social and personal impact of community arts experiences.
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Farida Augustine

student , Miss

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Ersel Awan

Business Analyst, PCMS

The Laidlaw Scholarship Programme in Research and Leadership is sponsored by a generous donation from The Rt Hon Lord Laidlaw of Rothiemay, an honorary graduate of the University. This exciting programme equips students with the skills and values to become the leaders of tomorrow in their chosen discipline and beyond University. Over two years Scholars complete a bespoke, intensive leadership training programme. In addition, they participate in two periods of research during which they work on designing, pursuing and reporting a research question in collaboration with an academic in their chosen School. This programme is open to undergraduate students in their penultimate year of study. Please see the Laidlaw website for more information at http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/go/laidlaw
It is only fitting that a leading university offers a prestigious course in leadership. The Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholarship at the University of York equips self-motivated and ambitious undergraduate students with the knowledge, skills and experience to become leaders in their chosen fields.
Think Pacific delivers student placements and volunteer projects to the Fiji Islands, in collaboration with numerous universities and institutions. Our projects align with specific academic, work experience and global mobility objectives at universities. We create short term projects that expand students’ international experience, whilst contributing to holistic development in rural Fijian schools and communities.
Raleigh International is a sustainable development charity that empowers young people with the skills, experience and connections to be leaders of change. We deliver long-lasting change in both people and the world. We encourage young people to: develop innovative solutions that keep people healthy and safe from disease; create a cleaner, fairer and more sustainable future for the planet; and equip young people to tackle the global employment challenge. For more information, please check out our blog: https://raleighinternational.org/blog/?countries=7