International Awards

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award & President’s Award


We share the philosophy of the Award to inspire self-discovery, encouraging students to grow in confidence and resilience. Our International and President’s Award trips not only fulfil the adventurous journey criteria, they have the power to bring students back forever changed. Our trips meet the criteria of the adventurous journey for silver and gold Awards and we give you the opportunity to reach further. Choose to integrate deeper cultural immersion and make a meaningful contribution to a community. By collaborating with communities you’ll help drive local initiatives forwards, delivering improvements in education, health, housing and conservation.

If you are looking for an adventurous journey with a difference, let us help you take them further.

If there’s somewhere we haven’t got on our International Award list yet, get in touch and let’s see what we can do

Silver and Gold Award qualifying destinations include:




Sri Lanka



International & President's Awards

Adventurous journeys with a difference

hear from a challenger

“None of us expected the kind of mark that this trip has left on us. A mark that motivates me to be a better person. Trekking through the hills of Sri Lanka instilled a profound appreciation of nature and the inestimable hospitality from the locals made me realise that no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted“

Akanksha, Gold International Award, British School Kuwait

Visit Sri Lanka

hear from an assessor

“I really do think this is life changing. I have helped international schools from Kuwait, Saudi, Dubai and we have had an astounding 100% success rate. Whether you are on Bronze, Silver or Gold venture World Challenge is taking teams to countries spanning Nepal to Sri Lanka. I’ve found it a humbling experience for everybody”

Glyn Evans, D of E Assessor & Deliverer of International Award

Visit Vietnam

hear from a teacher

“Sharing the trek every morning with young Nepalese students enthusiastically rushing to school. Porters climbing the hill ahead of us with 50kg plus on their backs and still managing to smile and wave. Camping in a new location every evening and waking up to another amazing sunrise every morning. This was an amazing experience, not just for the students.”

Susan Clovis, International Award, British International School AL Khobar

Visit Nepal