University of East Anglia - High energy

July 15, 2010

A group of young Saudi Arabian women will be climbing high wires and traversing cliff tops as part of an international summer school. The school, run by the University of East Anglia, has been organised to develop the management, teamwork and leadership skills of the 26 students involved. The group will also find out more about the environment through trips to see coastal erosion at Happisburgh and alternative energy provision at the EcoTech Centre in Swaffham. It is hoped that the 18- to 20-year-olds will learn new skills to help them become future leaders of the Saudi Aramco oil company, which has sponsored the trip.

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