We are Globi, your specialist in intercultural learning. We work with students and teachers to develop the necessary skills for world citizenship, both in their home environment and abroad. Our aims and methods are born out from our personal experiences with internationalization and are designed to help young people engage with cultures different from their own in a pleasant and formative manner.
A concrete expression of our vision are the projects that we’ve initiated in China and India back in 2012. We are proud of our close, ongoing collaboration with colleagues from Beijing and Bangalore and hope that through our joined efforts we will provide students with a solid foundation for their future in an interconnected and culturally sensitive world.
Founder of Globi and general program coordinator.
Rosanne graduated in Language and Culture Studies (BA) and Intercultural Communication (MA) at Utrecht University and spent long stretches of time outside of the Netherlands, both as part of her studies and work. She is keen about learning languages, Chinese karaoke and Bollywood music.
Co-owner of Globi and program coordinator for China.
After completing his bachelors’ in Social Geography at Utrecht University, Danny found himself inspired by China and continued his studies in Dalian and Xiamen, where he completed both a second BA and a MA in Sinology. He is fascinated with Chinese architecture and is a collector of Chinese propaganda art.
Project manager for India and China.
Frederiek is passionate about using her knowledge of Chinese language and culture, having received her BA in Sinology from Leiden University, in order to tackle cross-cultural issues.. For her MSc in Culture, Organization and Management she looked at the patters of communication between Dutch and Chinese employees within a merger of two companies. Fan of Asian cuisine and inveterate traveller.
Project supervisor for China.
Julius assits with several of our projects and is Globi’s favorite go-to guy in all matters anthropological, having graduated with a BA from at Utrecht University. He is currently looking at the problems faced by Chinese minorities as part of the research for his master thesis in Cultural Anthropology. Enthusiastic basketball player and always on the go.
Rm 518, Annex Building, Sunjoy Mansion
No. 6 Ritan Road Chaoyang District,
No 596, 2nd Cross, 3rd Block,
Koramangala, Bangalore – 560034