International Challenge or Adventure: e.g. Build Tanzania or Kilimanjaro Trek
Students who have undertaken a significant international personal challenge or adventure, with support and relevant training from a reputable charity or other support organisation, may be eligible to retrospectively apply for Route A accreditation.
In order to be eligible, the student must:
- Have identified, applied and completed all training, medical, legal, fundraising and other requirements for the adventure/challenge of the relevant/reputable charity/organisation. This would typically involve 40+ hours of preparatory meetings, training, fundraising activity and other preparations.
- Completed the challenge in full and provide verifiable evidence. Note that the on-site element of the challenge/adventure must involve between 50 and 200+ hours of the actual adventure/activity challenge.
- Submit the following for assessment to DegreePlus before 1 November or 1 April in the year of graduation:
- Verifiable evidence from the supporting organisation of completion of the pre and actual activity in full (e.g. verifiable records of pre-activity training, on-site photographs/social media posts and a confirmatory email or certificate form the supporting organisation).
- A video log, social media profile (or a 500 word case study) that summarises the personal impact, learning and development associated with the adventure/challenge and how it has influenced your future personal and/or career goals.
For further information contact DegreePlus.