Khiri Campus’s Natural Science programs in Asia invite students to explore some of the natural world’s more pressing issues. A combination of volunteering days and field trips visiting important environmental, rehabilitation, and recycling projects provide an enriching experience for students to learn, research, and understand the impact that local and national solutions can have on global problems.
Our Natural Science programs provide a platform for students to:
- Deepen understanding of geoscience, wildlife conservation, habitat restoration, and environmental science
- Speak to local academics and NGOs during lectures, briefings, networking, peer networking events, and project sites
- Work closely with our host communities and local networks to brainstorm creative responses to natural issues
Our educational travel programs may vary in length from one to two weeks, and can include longer placements where students undertake consultancy projects and volunteer work for local charities, community projects and social enterprises; providing the perfect opportunity to put theory into practice whilst making a lasting positive social impact in the communities we work with.