The WorldLINK Foundation with its Global Partners have especially prepared an e-PASSPORT for Global Students.
An e-passport provides access to specialized content that has been recorded so that students may access it at their convenience.
E-passports transport students to countries and mentors they would not be able to learn from otherwise.
The first e-passport of the WorldLINK Foundation will allow students access to two special international collaborations: The Malpi International School in Nepal’s amazing musical play and a recorded session: “Can We Do away with Values?” by Fulbright Scholar Mamta Kanti Kumar.
Digital University supplies e-passport with their Beyond 2030 report for students who are interested in business.
Don Allen – has delivered soft skills, confidence building, presentation skills and acting workshops in UK, USA, Poland and Germany. Founder of the English Touring Theatre Company, based in Poland.
Last, but not the least, each participant receives a practical access to Treesk technology skills platform. This platform was created as a modern form of efficient communication between lawyers and clients; however, it also has tremendous value in the educational realm as well.
With Treesk, you can design a single page intelligent document out of any extensive text. It can also be used in education to personalise learning plans and global communication.
It was created by a team of prominent Polish lawyers with international experience in international law firms like White & Case or Allen & Overy.
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