Last week saw the annual Year Four student field trip to Leeds’ twin city of Lille in Northern France. This started with a welcome from Oliver Dupas and Catherine Polito, Head and Deputy Head of the Lycee Pasteur, our French partner college, and was followed by a workshop in which French and English students discussed their experiences of life and higher education.
On a sunny Tuesday, sandwiched between two extremely wet weather fronts, Human Geography students from the Placements and Professional Skills module enjoyed a short trip to the picturesque town of Knaresborough.
Second Year Human Geography Student Orla Carr spent her work placement with housing charity Canopy – find out how she got on.
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