Joanne went into this experience never having been to West Africa. She recently completed her PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and decided to get involved with our program in Sierra Leone. She wrote to us about her first impressions about Sierra Leone and the first couple of days teaching at more »
Late last week, Charlie, Yanoh, Joanne and Majeks arrived in Freetown. For some it was their first time in West Africa, for others – a return to their family’s home. Joanne and Charlie were the first to arrive in the house, and managed to get an excellent night’s sleep before Yanoh joined them the following more »
We would like to extend a massive thank you to Yanoh, Joanne and Charlie for leading the program in Sierra Leone this year! We are excited to read about their experiences; for some, the first time teaching in Africa, for others, old hands but new students. We hope you will enjoy reading about our adventures more »
The time is drawing near and we are soon off for our 2017 visits.
A special thanks to Sam Brooker and the students at Richmond, the American University in London for their superb work on our website. And to Will Hedley and his team at Anatomy London for putting together our branding and annual review.
Our colleague Sabrina will be heading down to Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok this August to develop a Model United Nations simulation with the students and faculty. We are excited to be developing our first partnership in Asia and honoured that Srinakharinwirot University has invited us to their campus.
We are delighted to confirm our new partnership with African Rural University in Uganda. ARU is the first all-women’s university in Africa and it is a privilege to contribute to their pioneering program. This year, Ena, Philippa and Till will be traveling to Uganda to share their passion for entrepreneurship, politics and social policy more »
“A social enterprise focused on providing higher education opportunities for students around the world.” Our vision is to create a global community of academics and professionals who want to share their passion for knowledge with students around the world. Professors Without Borders aims to bridge the educational divide between countries, as well as between students and their more »
First 2017 Partnership for Summer School March 1, 2017
We’re delighted to announce that we have signed our partnership with Fourah Bay College – University of Sierra Leone and we will be sending teachers to Freetown in July 2017! For more information, apply here!