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We will be running Go Global Week again this year from 7-11 October 2019 with the International Fair on Wednesday 9 October from 12-3pm in the Whitla Hall. This is great chance to meet organisations that can offer you an experience of a lifetime to study, work or volunteer abroad during your degree. You will also be able to hear from students who have been out on these opportunities and how they got on.

Go Global Week 2019 is sponsored by:



Go Global Photo Competition 2019

At this years event we ran a photo competition for students who had undertaken an international opportunity during 2018-19. 
The theme was Student experiences in another part of the work: faces, places and life outside of Northern Ireland.

We recieved loads of submissions but you can see the three worthy winners below. Congratuations Amy, Lucy and Charlotte.


Amy Parke

Study China

2 different students, 2 different nationalities and 2 different religions brought together by an opportunity to study in a unique country that raves culture, tradition and enthusiasm. After seeing pictures all our lives, we couldn't help but jump for joy at the splendor of the Great Wall.

Lucy Abraham

Study USA Programme

This image is underneath a pier captured on Spring break at Wilmington beach in North Carolina, which in the States is the school break which most look forward to, as it is a time for new friends to travel and spend time together before final exams and usually is spent at the beach relaxing.

Charlotte Killen

Study China

The Bund in Shanghai is a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings, with tourists flocking to witness the illumination of bright, extravagant light shows. However, adjacent sits Waibaidu bridge. Although often overlooked and overpowered by The Bund, the reflection of multi-coloured lights on Waibaidu's steel structure ignites its undetected, hidden beauty.

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