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GoGlobal Fund 2021/22

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GoGlobal Fund 2021/22

The Go Global Fund encourages students to broaden their horizons and enhance their skills and future employability by undertaking an international activity while studying at Sheffield Hallam University.

The Fund also aims to increase the number of students from under-represented groups and from less-advantaged backgrounds participating in internationalisation activity.

Students can receive one GoGlobal award in an academic year to take part in:

  • Study visits, field trips and other course-related opportunities abroad which are at least five days long and are not already funded by an academic programme, for example within the course fee or through Turing
  • Short-term opportunities abroad such as internships, volunteering or summer work abroad, which are at least two weeks long
  • A Collaborative Online International Programme (COIL) as a course-related opportunity

The award amount will depend on the individual circumstances of the opportunity proposed in the application, and is not likely to exceed £500 per student for an overseas activity and £100 for a COIL activity.

For self-managed trips, the standard award amount is £400. Additional uplift payments may be awarded, based on your most recent Student Success Scholarship award and the duration of your trip. Further detail of these uplifts is provided in the guidance document.

Please note that final year students are not eligible for GoGlobal funding for self-managed trips.

For more information and before you make an application, please make sure you have read and understood the guidance document.

Please see the current list of eligible projects and note their individual closing dates.

Applications for self-managed trips will be accepted until Sunday 12 June at 23:59. Please note, we may need to close this application window early if the fund becomes over-subscribed.


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