Colleges Wales, in their commitment to fostering global learning experiences, have chosen two outstanding students Carys and Alpha, to embark on an exciting educational journey. These talented individuals have been awarded scholarships to participate in a three-week Global Summer School at Humber College in Toronto, focusing on the captivating field of podcasting. This unique opportunity will allow Carys and Alpha to expand their horizons, develop new skills, and network with experts in the podcasting industry.
During the three-week global summer school, Carys and Alpha will delve into the fascinating world of podcasting. The program, aptly named ‘The Podcast Primer’ is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the podcasting landscape, from content creation and production techniques to the fundamentals of audio storytelling.
Global Summer School Programme includes:
- Career-focused and experiential courses taught by experienced Humber faculty and industry experts
- Personalised support
- A full social itinerary outside class time, including a welcome reception, Toronto city tour, trip to Niagara falls, Bluejays Baseball game, Treetop Trekking, and much more
- An official Humber transcript, for one 3.0 unit credit course (6 ECTS), and certificate of completion for all participants' resume and LinkedIn.
Ruth Owen Lewis, Head of International, says “I am delighted that Alpha and Carys have taken up this fantastic opportunity to attend Summer School at Humber College, Toronto – no doubt they will have a super time.
“Humber College offered Colleges Wales a full scholarship for the programme for two students from across Wales, and we have been fortunate to secure the two places for Gower College Swansea students. The College recognises the tremendous value that international activities such as this one provides, in creating global citizens with an appreciation of the world at large."
Ruth added “International remains at the top of the agenda at the College, in fact earlier this year, the College won the prestigious Beacons Award for Internationalism, sponsored by the British Council.”
Over six million Canadians call the Greater Toronto Area home. Toronto is the most multiculturally diverse city on the planet, with over 140 languages are spoken. It's estimated that over half of Toronto's residents were born outside Canada and despite its complex makeup, the city’s motto is 'Diversity is our Strength'. Toronto prides itself on its wide range of cultures, food and arts.
Over 500 students from 45 different academic programs, 33 academic institutions, and 35 countries worldwide have participated in Humber Global Summer School. Therefore, we look forward to their ongoing vlog upon their return, all about what they gained throughout this incredible experience.