Becoming a global citizen during your study enhances your skills, broadens your horizons and allows you to immerse yourself in culture, ideas and knowledge from industries you want to work in. Our awards support students studying in Arts, Humanities and Social Science planning to undertake skill development activities around the world.
Domestic activities in UK/ROI can be supported by our 'Local Skills Development Award' and international activities can go through the 'Jetset Your Degree Award'.
Apply for £750 to support your international travel for skills development in 2022-23.
The AHSS 'JETSET' award will support you in being able to take part in an international activity during the 22/23 academic year that that will enrich your degree and support your skill development relevant to your chosen career. This award is available to current QUB students studying within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Awards of £750 may be made to support you taking part in an activity outside of UK/ ROI. The activity must add value to your degree, enhance your skills and be relevant to your chosen career. Application necessary, awards are subject to funding availability, terms and conditions apply.
JETSET YOUR DEGREE AWARD
Devanshi Sachin Pawar, LLB Law, who worked with The Indian Society of International Law in Summer 2022 including classes on Public International Law, International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal and Refugee Law as well as work experience opportunities.
EXPLORE LOCALLY (UK/ROI)
Apply for £150 to support your local skills development in 2022-23.
Taking local opportunities to expand your learning outside of the classroom is essential during study. The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences have opened a new round of awards for students undertaking domestic placements, skill development programmes, attending workshops or conferences or completing short courses during their degree. These should be completed in UK/ROI only. This award is available to current QUB students studying within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Awards of £150 may be made to support you taking part in an activity inside of UK/ ROI. The activity must add value to your degree, enhance your skills and be relevant to your chosen career. Application necessary, awards are subject to funding availability, terms and conditions apply.
LOCAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AWARD
Hope Stoner, MA in Global Security and Borders, who interned with the OUR Generation project at Cooperation Ireland which aims to “promote positive mental health/build emotional resilience of children and young people” in the five Urban Villages and Irish border region (Co-Operation Ireland, 2022).