International Summer School

Join the University of Roehampton’s International Summer School and live and learn on our beautiful and historic campus in south west London.

Our Summer School offers:

  • Credit-bearing academic modules
  • On-campus student accommodation
  • Diverse international student body
  • Exciting social events on and off-campus
  • Dedicated study abroad team
  • Robust arrivals and orientation programme

  Session 1 Session 2
Arrival day Thursday 11 June Thursday 2 July
Orientation
Friday 12 June Friday 3 July
Classes begin Monday 15 June Monday 5 July
Classes end Thursday 2 July Thursday 23 July
Departure day Saturday 4 July Saturday 25 July

One session - £2100

Two sessions - £3840

Included in the package price is:

  • Tuition
  • Housing in on-campus accommodation with shared bathroom and kitchen
  • Bedding and kitchen pack
  • Airport pickup on arrivals day
  • Welcome meal
  • Social events calendar

If a student withdraws within 1 month prior to arrival, there is a £250 Administrative Fee due, exceptional circumstances considered. If a student withdraws after arrival, they are liable to pay full fees.

Social

To help you to make the most of your time in London we have planned a series of social events on and off-campus. These will include welcome and farewell parties, quiz nights, walking tours and cocktails in the city.

We will also update you regularly with events and activities happening locally, including recommendations of food, fun and festivals!

Excursions

We offer an optional excursion programme to help you discover famous sights in and around London. The programme will be led by a qualified tour guide and past trips have included:

  • West-end theatre show
  • Walking tours
  • Day trips to Oxford/Stonehenge and Bath
  • Tower of London tour

The total cost of this programme is £250 per session (for six trips).

For more information and applications click here.

We welcome applications from students who meet the following criteria:

  • Have a minimum 2.8 GPA or equivalent
  • Have finished high school or equivalent
  • Be 18 years or older

Along with a completed application form, you will be expected to submit your most recent transcript and write a personal statement. You will also be asked to submit three module choices per session.

 

 

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