|1.||Demonstrate an understanding of other cultures and societies through sport and exercise in an international context;|
|2.||Compare various sports settings and explain cross cultural similarities and differences;|
|3.||Develop attributes in problem-solving, using information, oral and written communication, working autonomously and collaboratively and working in socially and culturally diverse contexts;|
|4.||Develop long term relationships with future professionals in sport and exercise in the international location through sports engagement and various student interactions;|
|5.||Connect their professional skills and knowledge (for example sports coaching, training etc) to international settings through a practicum experience.|
|Journal||Reflexive Journal of Experience||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||Volunteer placement in international sports setting||Pass/Fail|
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