Program Details

Our flexible programme enables students to develop advanced skills in their current discipline or to try something completely new, undertaking more than 40 hours intensive and participative learning in a challenging and stimulating environment. Our module
Location:
Norwich, United Kingdom
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
The University of East Anglia's International Summer School provides a unique experience to live and learn in the UK at a world leading university during a 4 week period in the summer. Our course gives students the opportunity to gain academic credit studying abroad in one of a range of exciting academic modules, all delivered by the University's leading academics and industry experts. For students thinking about summer study we've got the whole experience covered!

Our flexible programme enables students to develop advanced skills in their current discipline or to try something completely new, undertaking more than 40 hours intensive and participative learning in a challenging and stimulating environment. Our modules all make the most of interactive delivery and most include academic fieldtrips across the region or to London. There is also the opportunity to live and learn in the heart of London's financial district, electing modules that take a two week residential in the country's capital during the Summer School experience.

All modules are approved at 20 UK credits, undergraduate level 2. These challenging introductory classes assume completion of at least a first undergraduate year. Academic credit transcripts will be sent to students at the end of September. If you would like the option to transfer credit to your home institution please check with your institution's study abroad office.
Setting Description:
Our stunning campus, just 15 minutes from the centre of Norwich, has won over 20 awards for architecture. The Architects' Journal has voted our original residences-the ziggurats-in the top ten examples of university architecture in the country. In addition, the fine city of Norwich combines heritage charm with 21st century attitude and is rated as one of the top ten shopping venues in the UK. And national crime statistics published in June 2009 show Norfolk to be the safest county in England.
Cost:
The fee to attend this programme is £2,295 if submitted before 21 March 2014, and this includes all tuition, four weeks' en suite accommodation and an inclusive social programme. If submitted after 21 March, the fee will be £2,595.

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