International Summer School
Our summer school offers you the chance to live and learn on our beautiful and historic campus just a stone's throw away from central London.
You will earn credit taking classes relating to your major, minor or general education over a three or six week period, whilst immersing yourself in London - one of the world’s most exciting and cosmopolitan cities. Download our Summer School Guide and FAQs here.
We offer an exciting variety of modules, developed especially for international students they allow you to use the city as your classroom!
You will take one module per session, each worth either 10 or 20 UK credits which you can transfer back to your home university.
Academic Session 1:
New: Modern Greece: Language and Culture (Humanities)
New: Shakespeare and the London Stage (Drama, Theatre and Performance)
Gods and Heroes of Classical Mythology (Humanities)
Hidden London (English and Creative Writing)
Media City and Cultural Capital (Media, Culture and Language)
The Psychology of Murder (Psychology)
Academic Session 2:
Introduction to the London Stage (Drama, Theatre and Performance)
Londonopolis - Exploring the Global City (Social Sciences)
Magic, Murder & Mystery in London Literature (English and Creative Writing)
Classes will run subject to minimum numbers of enrolments.
Dates and Costs 2019
|Session 1||Session 2|
|Arrival day||Thursday 6 June||Thursday 27 June|
|Classes begin||Monday 10 June||Monday 1 July|
|Classes end||Thursday 27 June||Thursday 18 July|
|Departure day||Saturday 29 June||Saturday 20 July|
Students can choose to attend one or both sessions.
Tuition: £1400 per session
Housing: £492.75 per session (including bedding and kitchen pack)
Social programme: £385 per session
Excursions with a qualified guide in and around London - last year's schedule here
A discounted package price for both sessions is available at £4,220.50 - includes tuition, housing and social programme.
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.
How to Apply
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.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.