This programme is open to students studying at RMIT. It will run from 12 - 15 June 2018.
Join the Hanoi Global Leader Experience (GLE) and develop your leadership skills and Cultural Intelligence (CQ), while establishing a genuinely global network with 130 fellow participants from RMIT, City University of London and Transparency International Cambodia.
12 - 15 June 2018
Develop your leadership skills to help influence the future of the world.
Along with your fellow participants, you will play a part in tackling the biggest issues facing business, governments and society today. The GLE gives you real and practical experiences, broadens your horizons and challenges you to adapt and thrive in diverse situations. It equips you with the tools you need to lead change, now and in the future. Over the four days you will tackle a complex global challenge: ‘How do smart cities ensure they are creative?’ and join a network of thousands of students across the world tackling the same challenge from their city’s perspective.
As a result you will:
“Getting the chance to mix with people from so many different backgrounds was such an interesting and educational experience. I now believe I have the experience to better communicate with people who differ from me culturally.”
"The programme has enabled me to learn beyond the classroom. It helped me apply my academic discipline to the interactions and project work. It widened my perspective on tackling societal problems in different parts of the world."
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