(1) Have a knowledge of the geography, history and people of at least three countries other than his own.
(2) Have corresponded regularly for not less than one year (at least nine letters) with a Rover of some other country.
(3) Have some knowledge of organisation and activities of the World Organisation of Scout Movement and Prepare a log book on the International aspect of Scouting.
(4) Have done at least three of the following:
(i) Have kept an album or scrap book for at least one year giving illustrated information on Rover articles, sports, culture, national affairs and home life of another country.
(ii) Know the purpose and organisation of the United Nations Organisation, function of its principal subsidiary agencies, main points of the United Nations Charter, main principles of the declaration of Human Rights and be able to explain these in simple terms.
(iii) Have taken part in some practical activity of international character such as collection and distribution of relief supplies or assisted in some project of a non- partisan organisation for promotion or world brotherhood.
(iv) Entertain in his home for not less than three days a Rover from overseas.
(v) Write a short essay on some aspects of contemporary World affairs.