Application Deadline:11:59 p.m. EST Thursday, 16 March, 2017.
ELS and the United Nations Academic Impact are satisfied to support the fourth Many Languages, One World® Student Essay Contest and Global Youth Forum. This year invites Northeastern University as the host of the Many Languages, One World Global Youth Forum and the support and coordinator of the Northeastern University Global Youth Conference.
Sixty champs will be chosen as representatives to the 2017 Many Languages, One World Global Youth Forum, where they will make activity arranges identified with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in one of the six authority dialects of the United Nations.
To qualify, articles must be composed in an official dialect of the United Nations that is neither your first dialect (language(s) talked at home) nor the medium of direction in either your essential or auxiliary training (or a medium of guideline if going to a bilingual school).
You should exhibit both composed and verbal competency in the dialect of the article.
You should be a full-time college understudy, alluded and embraced by an employee or college agent, and must be 18 years old or more established by the challenge due date.
ELS Educational Services, Inc. will grant every champ with an all-cost paid excursion to Boston and New York City between 15-26, July 2017.
At the Global Youth Forum, the understudies will make activity arranges tending to chose points from the Sustainable Development Agenda, and will introduce their perspectives at United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
These worldwide representatives will likewise have the chance to cooperate with welcomed universal researchers and visit Boston and New York City.
Airfare, housing and suppers will be given by ELS Educational Services, Inc.
Compose a unique exposition (2,000 words or less) talking about worldwide citizenship and social comprehension, and the part that multilingual capacity can play in cultivating these. The article ought to mirror your own, scholarly, social and national setting.
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Many Languages One World® Student Essay Contest and 2017 Global Youth Forum