This “Virtual Cultural Exchange Programme” is a virtual workcamp tailor-made for high-school and University students around the world. In this programme, you would have chance to make friends with University students and youth from various countries. Join us to explore the unique culture and school life of different countries in this winter break!
• University students currently studying in undergraduate/ master programme are welcomed to join!
• Priority would be given to students living in/ lived in students dormitory /students residential hall
• Please fill in the following enrolment form to apply (https://bit.ly/3nAF3La)
• We welcome enrolment from individual applicants or group nomination from organization
• Quotas are limited! We would select suitable students base on the information on the form. Preferably 10 students from Estonia!
Some of the missions would facilitate your understanding of hall life/ campus life in other countries:
⚫ Virtual Campus Tour: Did you imagine you can “visit” other participants residential hall/ campus even we
don’t travel aboard? This mission will lead you to experience this special virtual journey.
⚫ University Slang: Do you know the meaning of “chur”, “A0” or “O camp”? Language is the most effective tools to know the culture of a country. Especially in a University campus, sometimes we may use “slangs” that only local students understand to communicate. Try to share the unique slang of your country with others.
⚫ Unique Course Challenge: Different Universities would have different characters and unique courses to offer. Some of the courses maybe extremely interesting / only unique in your country. Share with others a very special course that your school is offering!
⚫ One Thing Can Say All: Let’s look at your room in your home/ dormitory, is there any things that you think
that only people in you country would put it at home (e.g. special food ingredients, traditional toys or declarations)? Share with us that item and the culture/ stories behind that item.
Some of the missions could also create positive impact to the “Glocal” community:
⚫ Vegetarian Vision (1.3 life saved on a veggie diet every day)
Try to make 1 vegetarian meal with other countries cooking style. Ask your groupmates to share the recipes from their home town with you!
⚫ Bloodthirsting (3 patients saved every time you donate blood)
Do you know that you can help save 3 people every time you donate your blood? In addition, blood banks are always facing shortage problems. Try to convince 5 family and friends (including yourself and your groupmates) to donate blood together!
⚫ A peace of mind (Promote Wellbeing): The journey promote wellbeing and it encourages you to have some
“Me-time” with other participants around the world.
⚫ Date @ Dawn (Friendship established worldwide): As a way to bring your group together, seeing the
sunrise on the same day from your dormitory/ home countries!