Inspiring Futures Shanghai Programme

Empower children with award-winning, holistic education programme


You will be staying at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University campus

1st July – 5th August, 2016

As usual, you will get the following FREE of charge:

  • Accommodation throughout the programme
  • Three meals a day
  • Organised local travel
  • Mandarin lessons
  • Future Foundations training before the programme starts

July 2016

Before setting off you will receive a pre departure training session with Future Foundations, who will equip you to deliver the program. You will also be provided with a pre-departure handbook that contains everything you need to prepare for your adventure in China. The program is a holistic education program which will cover a range of subject matters and employ a variety of educational techniques, such as etiquette training, team building exercises, coaching & counselling practice. LOVVOL ambassadors will also have opportunity to engage in cultural exchange opportunities in addition to the program.

After confirming your place on the program, book your flights and insurance well ahead of time to take advantage of deals on offer.

We will assist you with the process to apply for your visa.


Future Foundations Certification

Successfully complete the programme, and you can claim your Future Foundations Certificate – an award-winning education programme

Excellent Accommodation

You will be staying on the beautiful campus of Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Empowering Yourself and Others

You will be training children aged 8-10 and 13-15 with holistic education programmes using a wide range of tested and proved techniques, whilst allowing yourself a fantastic opportunity to develop your own leadership skills

Exploring Shanghai

The most populous city in China, Shanghai has a rich mix of history, culture and modernity to offer.  Enjoy the abundance of the bund/ Huang Pu river and delicious Shanghai cuisine.

See How Anna Described Her One Week in Shanxi

“The trip was tough and made me appreciate what I take for granted at home. Even though life over here is much more basic than in Shanghai people seem to be happy. This part of China really is still developing and I think it would be interesting to see what it will look like in 10 years time!”

Read more HERE

Anna Ferguson

Programme Participant 2012

Camp Location


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