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The Role Of International Education Amid Growing Anti-Globalisation Sentiment Post-Brexit

Our forward-looking programmes, such as the Global Campus, offer activities online, in school and worldwide that help our students see themselves in a global context at an early age. For example, our Global Campus Primary Passport encourages students to explore and learn from the diverse backgrounds of their fellow students in our 43 schools around the world. These activities develop skills such as resilience, communication and critical thinking, so that students can effectively meet the challenges that globalisation brings. It also inspires students to reach out to their peers around the globe to solve real world problems online and in person through community service. This mirrors the working world they will ultimately enter with cross-border collaboration as a facet of their everyday life.