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Service-Learning Global Internship Programme (SLGIP)


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Service-Learning Global Internship Programme (SLGIP) offers you an opportunity to participate in different non-profit/non-governmental organizations in different cities.

By joining SLGIP, you are encouraged to step out from your comfort zone and explore the unexpected and undiscovered possibilities throughout your stay during the internship period. We expect our participants could learn and grow from the amazing experiences.

SLGIP is not just a channel for you to search for an internship position, but also a rare chance to enable you to understand more about your inner self and the communities.


Briefing Session 2018

Date: 7 Feb 2018 (Wed)
Time: 17:00-18:00
Venue: iCafe, WLB, Shaw Campus
Online registration:


Locations and Partner Organizations

Organization Nature of service Place Duration of stay No. of Students
Beijing Hong Dan Dan Educational and Cultural Exchanging Centre
Service to the visually impaired Beijing, China 6 weeks 2-3
New Taipei City Toy Bank
Toy library, parent-children centre and toy education New Taipei City, Taiwan 7 weeks 6
New Taipei City Volunteer Association
Service to vulnerable groups in the community (e.g. the elderly and homeless) New Taipei City, Taiwan 7 weeks 2
Haishan Senior Citizens’ Welfare Institute
Service to the elderly New Taipei City, Taiwan 7 weeks 2
LeLi Elementary School
Homework tutorial for primary school students, event planning New Taipei City, Taiwan 6 weeks 2
The carpenter's coffee bar
Carpentry handcrafted and recycled goods design; store and coffee shop management Taoyuan, Taiwan 7 weeks 2-4
Hsia-Yun Elementary School
Assist teachers in teaching, activities and school administration, and devote themselves into Aboriginal culture Taoyuan, Taiwan 7 weeks 2
Fuxing Toy Bus
Provide parent-children activities for rural schools and communities Taoyuan, Taiwan 7 weeks 2
Nanao Natural Farm
Natural farming and product distribution Yilan, Taiwan 4 weeks 2-4
Centre for Social Action Community, children’s rights, youth projects for deprived groups and communities Bangalore, India 4 weeks 2-3
Insein Grace Haven Children Home
Children’s home Yangon, Myanmar 4 weeks 2*
Science and Technology Training Centre Building of classrooms and playground for migrant schools Mae Sot, Thailand 4 weeks 4
Co-Life Home
Service to the homeless and underprivileged Kaohsiung, Taiwan 6 weeks 2-4*
B.A.M.S. - Build A Music School
Music teaching in orphanage Kengtung, Myanmar 4 weeks 2*
TOCUH A.P.T.I.T.U.D.E Organize different variety of interest groups, self-development training programmes for youth Singapore 8 weeks 2-4
Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) Organize activities to build awareness of human rights in the community Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 8 weeks 2
XP Missions Prevent human trafficking by outreaching, education and empowerment programme Phnom Penh, Cambodia 4 weeks 2*
Happy Tree Social Services
Services for Orphanges Phnom Penh, Cambodia 4 weeks 2
Ma Te Sai Help the orgnaization in product marketing and develop community-based tourism in the villages that they support Luang Prabang, Laos 4 weeks 2

* Christian preferred

 Programme Fee

  1. Deposits: HK$1,500 (Refundable upon completion and satisfactory performance)
  2. Students are required to apply visa and prepare fights and accommodation themselves. (Recommendation would be provided)
  3. Eligible students may apply HKSAR Government Reaching Out Award (ROA).
  4. Students who are failed to receive ROA could apply subsidy from Office of Student Affairs for around 50% of the expenses on flight ticket and accommodation.



The 7-week internship in Taiwan has increased my understanding of social services a lot. I had opportunities to serve different groups of people, including the elderly, women and vagrants. Serving the vagrants was the most profoundly memorable experience to me.
- Tsang Yee Man (Geography / Year 2) [New Taipei City Volunteer Association] 


While serving as music teachers at Build A Music School (B.A.M.S), we were so amazed by our students’ hard work and perseverance. Waking up real early in the morning and starting the class at 6:30 am, none of our students was lazy – they were highly focused in class and willing to learn. No matter how many times they failed to achieve the goal of playing the rhythm correctly, they kept trying. They reminded us of a famous quote: “You never know how close you are... Never give up on your dreams!”
- Li Jess (Music / Year 2) [B.A.M.S. - Build A Music School]



All full-time UGC-funded undergraduate students in HKBU, including final year students.

Application Procedure

  1. Complete the online application.
    (Second-round application deadline: 8 Apr 2018)
  2. Attend the interview on 10-11 Apri 2018 upon invitation, which will be sent via email by 9 Apr 2018 at the latest.




Tel: (852) 34112279 / 34112326


Address: Room 401, The Wing Lung Bank Building for Business Studies, Shaw Campus, Hong Kong Baptist University