Global Hope is the University's international volunteering programme. It gives you an opportunity to act as a global citizen by engaging with issues of social justice and participating in projects in countries such as India, Sri Lanka and Brazil.
The University is not providing overseas opportunities for students this academic year 2020/21. This is due to the continued uncertainty in the countries where our partners are based, caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Therefore, with regret, we are not planning any overseas Global Hope projects for Summer 2021. We do hope to run some virtual projects with our partners and we will publish details of these in January.
Global Hope is working to support its overseas partners during the Coronavirus pandemic. Details of how we are doing this will be published shortly.
Global Hope is working to support our overseas partners during this difficult time, click here to find out how you can help.
Each year, we run a number of projects in different countries. Visit our projects page to see this year's projects.
If you'd like to take part in Global Hope, you'll need to raise at least £1,500 towards Global Hope. Visit our costs page for further details and fundraising ideas.
So you like the sound of the Global Hope programme? Visit our how to apply page for details about the application process.
To make sure you have all the information you need before you travel, visit our be prepared page.
Got a question? Visit our FAQs page to find the answers to the most commonly asked questions about Global Hope.
Global Hope, the University’s international volunteering programme, is looking for a new logo! Could you design one? find out more about how to enter here.