Stay on top of these regular Turing Scheme administrative tasks to make sure that you receive funding payments on time and help your projects and mobilities to run smoothly.
Play Action International works with a host of UK universities to provide students with volunteering opportunities in East Africa. In this guest blog, Fundraising Officer and International Event Coordinator, Jess Poole, shares how the Turing Scheme is having a positive impact on student volunteers and the communities they work in.
In this guest blog, Jane Davis, headteacher at Lanchester EP Primary School in Durham, shares how the Turing Scheme supported a group of pupils on a life-changing trip to India.
Travel is at the heart of any Turing Scheme experience – but in these days of climate change we need to make it as sustainable as possible. Here are our top tips to help you.
In this guest blog, Emma Meredith, International Director at the Association Of Colleges, looks at what the Turing Scheme can offer the FE/VET sector and its learners.
Turing Scheme funding offers many benefits for schools and their pupils. Here we look at some of the key reasons why your school should apply.
With the deadline approaching here are our top tips for schools applying for Turing Scheme funding
The first step towards being funded for a Turing Scheme experience is applying. But how should you go about putting together a compelling application?
Whether you are a participant talking about your personal experiences on a placement or a coordinator looking to make a convenient record of the processes and events taking place as part of a project, video diaries are a quick and straightforward way to document your Turing Scheme journey.
As Turing Scheme projects begin to take shape all over the world, sharing your journey in the press is a great way to promote your project! Find out how to engage with the press effectively by reading our top tips.
With the first group of Turing Scheme participants set to begin Turing the world very soon, our latest guest blog sees Emma Meredith, International Director of Association of Colleges, discuss the global potential the Turing Scheme offers the FE/VET sector and its learners.
In our first guest blog, Emily Sinclair, the Outward Student Mobility Lead from Universities UK International, tells us how short-term mobilities are offering new and evermore accessible opportunities for students, particularly those from disadvantaged groups.
Donate your unwanted IT equipment to the Turing Trust and help support schools in less privileged communities all over the globe.
Have you considered taking part in international skills competitions for your learners?
Thinking about a Turing Scheme project for your school but not sure where to start? Discover tools and tips for making international connections and forming school partnerships.
Are you planning to submit a funding application under the Turing Scheme? Here are 7 top tips to help you.
Read how the Turing Scheme aims to increase access to overseas educational opportunities for disadvantaged groups.