Singaporean student Priscilla Seah was given an opportunity of a lifetime to meet a prince. As a member of the Danish Youth Goodwill Ambassador Corps – shared with Prince Joachim her study abroad experiences, study and work-life balance, public diplomacy and international affairs.
In the open dialogue, Ms Seah – who is a member of the Youth Goodwill Ambassador Corps – shared with Prince Joachim her study abroad experiences, study and work-life balance, public diplomacy and international affairs.
The Youth Goodwill Ambassador Corps is a group of 500 young international people using their student network to create bilateral student mobility opportunities and global careers while studying in Denmark.
Prince Joachim participated, as patron for Copenhagen Goodwill Ambassador Corps, in the Youth Goodwill Ambassador Summit on 25 April 2015 at Frederiksberg Castle. During the summit he met with some members of the corps and Priscilla Seah was among the lucky ones.
While attending the summit, Prince Joachim commented: “By working closely with our youth ambassadors, we are connecting Denmark with the home countries of our youth ambassadors on a people to people level, which already is showing great results.”
Is a global network of students working to highlight Denmark as an attractive country for studies and to create job opportunities for international talents in Denmark.
These ambassadors aim to attract highly skilled talents to Denmark and Danish companies.
The Youth Goodwill Ambassador Corps was founded in 2010 by Copenhagen Capacity and Wonderful Copenhagen in cooperation with the Danish Agency for Universities and Internationalization. The network currently consists of more than 400 international students from more than 65 countries worldwide.