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Bangladesh Learning Tour

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Explore the effects of community development programs in the villages of Bangladesh.

Ride in a rickshaw along the colourful streets of Dhaka, the capital and largest city of Bangladesh, and walk along the banks of some of the world’s most famous rivers. The Bangladesh learning tour, offered through a partnership between The King’s University and World Renew (formerly CRWRC), takes participants into the natural and social wonders of the country of Bangladesh. Discover how community development programs are slowly transforming urban settlements, one village at a time.

This 2.5 week learning tour takes students from the slums of Dhaka to the emerald rice paddies on the northern border of the country. Trip participants have the opportunity to listen to presentations made by seasoned veterans of the development world and lectures from local historians.

King’s students have the option of taking the Bangladesh Learning Tour for course credit by registering in SSCI 300.

 

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Visit the Micah Centre office on The King’s University campus, or the Micah Centre online for more information.

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Contact the Registration and Student Finance Office to take this program for credit. King’s recommends taking this program in your second year of study or later.  

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Bangladesh Learning Tour

Dates and deadlines for this program may vary from year to year.



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