Intercultural work and volunteering
Working or volunteering in an intercultural setting can provide a great opportunity for you to meet people from the local community, develop language skills and gain new experiences.
We understand the impact that the current situation surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) could have on your plans to study at Leeds as an international student. We want to reassure you that we are continually reviewing the situation and taking all necessary steps to support you and your safety. We are currently preparing your welcome support and your induction programme to make your studies with us enjoyable and successful. We will provide updated information about these soon in our emails to offer holders and on our websites. If you have questions about your plans to study at Leeds please read our applicants and offer holders page.
The Intercultural Ambassadors Programme offers both UK and international students the opportunity to volunteer, bringing intercultural awareness to our campus and community.
Students into Schools Go Global
Students into Schools Go Global gives you the opportunity to volunteer as part of a team to plan and deliver fun, educational after-schools clubs in local primary and secondary schools.
Think Global Act Local
In our interconnected world were facing many global challenges which impact on our local communities. Give a day or more to one of our local volunteering opportunities and youll be helping to create a better world.
Welcome team and social assistants
Each year we recruit teams of students and recent graduates to support new international students arriving in Leeds. The positions have a varied workload with start dates during the summer and in September.