Want to work with impactful organisations as part of your course? Put social action and real life learning into your curriculum.
What is Service Learning?
Service Learning is putting real world learning (experience on live briefs) and civic engagement (community work) into your course. Learning isn’t just taking notes in lectures, but using that knowledge and applying it in real life. This is what Service Learning does. It works in different ways and we’re looking to work with a wide range of courses and can find the right learning opportunities for your course. See below for some examples of how this works:
*Journalism students working on campaigns for NGOs *Business students carrying out research for social enterprises *Programming students building apps for charities *Civil Engineering students designing public buildings for communities
Kingston Hub are currently working with academics at the University to embed this type of learning into your courses to help you reach your learning objectives in an approach that allows you to gain experience and make a difference.
If you’re interested in this type of learning being part of your course click here to fill out this quick form and we can see how we can be supporting your academics to do this type of work.