Take part in an International Summer Camp in Estonia

16 February 2017

Outside of 115 New Cavendish Street campus of the University of Westminster

Are you interested in spending some time this July by the Baltic Sea in Kloogaranna? You will gain valuable experience teaching English to children from countries like Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Russia, China, Poland and Germany.

Bellnor Ltd – the University’s partner in Estonia – has been organising International Summer Camps for more than 10 years and offers a strong basis for children whose mother tongue is not English to pursue their study in an English study environment in the future.

The Bellnor International Summer camp will be held from 9–21 July 2017 and we are looking for motivated students who would like to volunteer as English language teachers in the camp. Every year students from our University have volunteered to participate in the project as well as spend some time in the summer by the picturesque Baltic Sea. Read their student experiences.

The camp will be at a beautiful place in Kloogaranna (35km from Tallinn, the capital of Estonia), only 250 metres from the sandy beach.

More information is available in our volunteering information document (PDF), and available from the Bellnor Ltd website and on the Bellnor Facebook page

If you have any questions and would like to hear more on this opportunity or apply, please contact Michele Raimondo on – [email protected] from the International Office or Bellnor Ltd on – [email protected]

Bellnor Ltd will hold a webinar on Tuesday 28 February at 4pm. If you can participate or would like to express your interest in the Summer Camp, please complete the sign up form.


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