What is the Duke of Edinburgh Award?
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award was created in the UK in 1956. The purpose of the project is to encourage young people aged 14-24 to participate in the project through project planning, and to enhance themselves and discover interests. The Edinburgh project is not only well-known in the UK, but also in more than 130 countries internationally. Young people participated and introduced Canada in 1963, becoming the target of youth challenges. The Duke of Edinburgh awards are highly recognized in academia around the world, and participating in this award program is very important in future university applications, and in addition, the job hunting will be more advantageous than other people in the future.
The Duke of Edinburgh Awards are divided into three levels: the Bronze, the Silver, the Gold, and four activities: Social Service, Skill Development, Physical Exercise (Physical Recreation), outdoor adventure (Adventurous Journey).
By participating in these four projects you will learn different experiences in
the process and discover your talents.
Why participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards program?
The Duke of Edinburgh Award is not only an advantage in the curriculum vitae, but it is also a priority for admission to most prestigious schools. By participating in the Duke of Edinburgh Award, the youth will improve professional ability, and discover their talent to develop their optimistic career.
The Duke of Edinburgh Awards pave you the road to prestigious school
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