United Kingdom, Canterbury

Wartime in the Garden of England: Canterbury, Kent and the two world Wars

when 1 August 2016 - 12 August 2016
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
fee GBP 1360

Trace the fascinating and dramatic story of Canterbury and Kent’s experiences throughout the two world wars and develop research skills in local archives and through visits to important heritage sites including Canterbury Cathedral and Dover Castle.

Target group

Undergraduate students

Course aim

By the end of this International Summer School course, you should have:
•developed a good understanding of the subject matter which forms the focus of this intensive introductory course
•explored a series of key subject-specific themes and media from a range of critical perspectives
•had the opportunity to put into practice new subject-related skills which you have started to develop during the course
•gained an awareness of the UK Higher Education system in the subject specific context

Credits info

5 ECTS credits will be awarded

Fee info

GBP 1360: Earlybird discount | Pay your fees before 6 May 2016 (save £200)
Without accommodation: £1,160
With accommodation: £1,400

Pay your fees after 6 May 2016
Without accommodation: £1,360
With accommodation: £1,600

Please see our website for full details on fees


We have 20 x £500 scholarships available to attend one of our courses. Scholarship applications are open until 1 April 2016.