Huddersfield students impress at Going Global 2017
The voices of four international students from the University of Huddersfield left a lasting impression on higher education leaders from across the world, when they were chosen to speak at a global conference. The topic being discussed was 'the impact of cities on the student experience', as part of a broader debate about the future of further and higher education.
In April 2017, four students were able to visit Anqing Primary School in Guizhou province in China. The visit was funded by Santander Universities as part of its own Corporate Social Responsibility programme, along with additional fund raising at the University. The party spent a full day at the school, working with the children in the classroom and participating in sports, as well as meeting with the Headmaster and local education officials.