International Leadership Programme
What if the world's greatest challenges were in your hands?
Programme at a glance
Dates: 14 - 20 June 2020
Location: Madrid, Spain
Cost: The programme is funded for all students. You will need to cover other costs such as flights, accommodation, living costs etc. See our costs section below for more details.
Eligibility: Open to all undergraduates, not in their final year. Priority will be given to students not on a Study Abroad course. See our eligbility section for more information.
Find out more: Come along to an info session to learn more about the International Leadership Programme:
Wednesday 13th November, 3pm, Senate House 5.05
Thursday 28th November, 5pm, Senate House 2.15A
Application deadline: Wednesday 19th February 2020
What you'll be doing
This four-day leadership programme, run in partnership with Common Purpose will challenge you to thrive in a new context. Working with students from Bristol and Universidad Complutense de Madrid, you will play a part in tackling the biggest issues facing businesses, governments and societies today.
You will explore a major world challenge form a local perspective, such as 'How do we ensure that technological innovation delivers societal as well as eceonomic value in cities?' You will visit local organisations including businesses, NGOs and social enterprises and meet with leaders to get their perspective and insight. Working in teams you will be tasked with creating an innovative solution to the challenge.
Why you should go
- Grow Cultural Intelligence (CQ)
- Discover what it takes to lead across boundaries
- Develop your cross-cultural skills
- Build a global network
- Develop your presentation skills
The skills and experiences you will gain will help set you apart from other students and strengthen your CV for future job applications.
Thanks to Santander, the four-day Common Purpose programme is funded for all participants.
You will need to pay a programme fee of approximately £300, which includes six nights' accommodation.
You will also need to organise and pay for:
- living costs
- visa (if applicable)
There are a limited number of bursaries available for students who come from a background where participation in study or work abroad has been low. The bursary, from Santander bank, is to help cover your programme fee, flights and other costs. Find out if you are eligible.
Santander Bank provides grants to some students to help cover costs.
Tel: +44 (0) 117 39 40205
In person: 3rd Floor, 31 Great George Street, University of Bristol, BS1 5QD
Find out key dates, including information sessions and application deadlines.