Undergraduates’ field work during Turing Scheme placements in South American Andes promotes local agricultural knowledge as well as supporting their own studies.
New patisserie skills were on the menu for South Devon College student during Turing Scheme placement on Cote d’Azur.
Northumbria University researcher’s Palo Alto placement, supported by the Turing Scheme, could help to unlock secrets of ‘nanojets’.
Turing Scheme work placements showcase the challenges of delivering healthcare in less developed nations to University of Bradford students.
Manchester teenagers revel in the opportunity to study and chat with French counterparts as well as taking in the culture and attractions of the country.
Lanchester EP Primary School pupils immersed themselves in Indian and Arabic classroom life and cultures during ‘completely life-changing and completely inspirational’ visits funded by the Turing Scheme.
Turing Scheme work placements in multicultural Canadian city give UK students crucial career insights as well as a taste of Canadian lifestyle and culture.
Ten teenagers from Accrington Academy experience sharp contrasts in culture, society and wealth during Turing Scheme adventure.
Yorkshire catering students get a taste of Caribbean cuisine and culture during two-week Turing Scheme trip.
Students from Blackburn school develop cultural awareness, confidence and resilience on Turing Scheme trip to Southern Africa.
Park View Academy of Sport students found themselves facing the Italian national team during their Turing Scheme placement.
University of Huddersfield researcher Devendra hopes for better maternal and newborn health services after Australian research collaboration.
Budding entrepreneurs from Nottingham Trent University sample study, work and culture during three-week stay in Latin America.
Aspiring chefs from South Eastern Regional College, in Northern Ireland, get hands-on experience in Nashville and Knoxville.
Funding from the Turing Scheme is improving inclusivity for students from less advantaged backgrounds and low-income households at Queen Mary University of London. In the 2021 to 2022 academic year over 100 students will travel abroad to study or work as part of their degree.
More than 800 pupils from a Cambridgeshire secondary school and sixth form will be heading to countries as diverse as Botswana, Peru, India, and Italy after it was awarded £1 million of funding for overseas placements.