Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

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Spring and Fall Study Abroad
In Scotland

The Study Abroad programme at SJRC is designed to provide students with a diverse and welcoming study environment. Students can stay on campus at SJRC and take classes with experienced researchers and practitioners. Learn more about our courses, accommodation, and internship opportunities below! 

Courses

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We offer courses in community-based development, research methods and programme evaluation, non-profit management and governance, modern slavery, and social care. 

Fees

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Our courses are affordable and accessible for students from around the world. Take a look at our fees and scholarship opportunities.

Internships

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Complete an internship with our team in Scotland or in one of our global locations! Internships are hosted by our parent organisation, Global Family Care Network

Student Life

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Take advantage of Scotland's gorgeous hiking trails and natural beauty, and explore some of the major cultural centres of the world. 

Accommodation

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Accommodation is provided in shared dorms and living spaces right at SJRC's building. We are located in central Scotland right between Edinburgh and Glasgow.

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Apply now to study abroad at SJRC and experience life-changing courses and community! 

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Summer Abroad
In Scotland

The Summer Study Abroad programme in Scotland is designed to provide students with a practical study environment in which to gain work experience in a non-profit combatting modern slavery and promoting family strengthening in Scotland. Students will complete a research assignment and attend seminars at St. James Research Centre (SJRC), as well as work alongside Global Family Scotland's team implementing prevention programmes in central Scotland. The programme runs from June 23rd to July 14th, 2022.

S T U D Y

Research

Complete a 3-5,000 word research assignment in the form of a research paper, a modern slavery risk assessment, or a programme evaluation. Each student will be guided by a supervisor with whom they will be matched prior to the programme to guide them in their research. All research projects will be assessed by a panel consisting of SJRC's faculty and selected partners at the end of the programme. 

Seminars

Attend seminars taught by SJRC's faculty and partners in a variety of topics, including community-based development, non-profit management and governance, modern slavery, programme evaluation, and research skills development. These seminars will be taught at SJRC and will not be graded. Seminars are designed to introduce students to key concepts in development and charitable work.

W O R K

Prevention & Girls Empowerment

Design and implement girls empowerment clubs in central Scotland to prevent modern slavery and abuse. Collaborate with local volunteers and work with youth in the community.

Advisory Committee

Work with Global Family's community advisory committee to design prevention interventions and education. Meet and learn from community leaders in central Scotland.

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When

June 23rd to July 14th, 2022

Who

For students about to enter, currently enrolled in, or recently graduated from an associate, undergraduate, or graduate college or university. 

Accommodation

Students are provided with shared accommodation at SJRC.

Price

The total cost of the programme is GBP 1,199. This includes room and in-country travel. The price does not include food, international travel, health insurance, or any other expenses. 

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