Group of adventurous students to spend 15 weeks in south east Asia as part of Global Grad scheme
A group of adventurous students has travelled to south east Asia to spend 15 weeks combining their online study with volunteering and cultural experiences.
The visit is part of Global Grad, an education scheme created by Georgia Wright and her father, Steff Wright, the chief executive of Collingham-based Gusto Group — of which Global Grad is a part.
The scheme allows students to combine online education with travel, developing their employability and life skills, and undertaking responsible volunteering.
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