Embark on a journey to deepen your understanding of the preservation of our natural environment while broadening your intercultural awareness by discovering the unique culture of the first people of southern New Zealand – a tribe of Māori known as Kai Tahu.
Take the opportunity to engage with the natural environment and learn the skills to make a real difference to the future of our planet. New Zealand’s stunning mountains, forests and waterways are the perfect setting for a life-changing overseas experience. Enhance your awareness and deepen your knowledge of one of the biggest global issues facing the modern world – sustainability. The outdoors will become your classroom as you explore sustainability issues in one of New Zealand’s most diverse wildlife ecosystems and the site of a world-leading ecosanctuary – Dunedin and its surrounding areas. Awareness of sustainability issues and the opportunity to actively participate in ecological restoration form the basis of this experience. The course culminates with a ‘journey’ – an expedition through some of New Zealand’s most beautiful and untouched natural terrain.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 1, 2020