African Rural University
We are excited to go be returning African Rural University in Uganda for our second summer school. From 20 August to 31 August 2018, we will be sending three professors to the university to teach courses in entrepreneurship, decision-making and negotiations, mentoring and coaching, research skills, and host a workshop on teaching methodologies.
Our team this year includes Andrew from the University of Oxford, Janet from Bath University, and Chandni from the London School of Economics.
Fourah Bay College
We are honored by the invitation to return to Fourah Bay College in 2018 and are exploring possibilities to also hold a summer school at Prince of Wales School, where we first taught in 2016. This will all be confirmed later in the Spring.
For our 2018 Summer School in Freetown, Charles and Yanoh will be returning to teach Global Finance and Entrepreneurship and Community Health respectively. Yanoh is also a lecturer at New York Institute of Technology and Charles is a lecturer at our partner university Richmond University London. They will be joined by Sabrina who will be working with the students on a Model United Nations Simulation and Public Speaking skills.
Read this testimonial written by Mucktarr Raschid, a student from Fourah Bay College who participated in the 2017 summer schools and is now interning for Professors Without Borders.
Our second summer school in Bangkok, Thailand has been extended to a full week at the end of August! We will be working with SWU to prepare a course for students and academics focused on presentation and communication skills and research and teaching methodologies. We are very excited to be returning to Thailand with Georgiana from the University of Leeds and developing our partnership with the university.
Karamat Husain Muslim Girls College
Adventures in Asia continue with our first Summer School in India! Karamat Husain Muslim Girls College has invited us to develop a two-week program at the beginning of August. Rachel and Philippa will be teaching communications skills and civil society.