3 July 2020
University of Liverpool International Summer School Week 1-3
The University of Liverpool International Summer School webpages will tell you more about how you can enhance your CV by studying for internationally recognised credits at a top, globally focused, UK University in the heart of the culturally vibrant city of Liverpool.
Based on our city-centre campus, you’ll be living and studying in the heart of one of the most dynamic cities in Britain and you’ll have access to all the facilities and services offered by this world class university.
Located in the beautiful port city of Liverpool, we’re part of the fastest growing economy and have more galleries and green spaces than any other city outside of London. With its reputation for friendliness and its history as a centre for music and culture, we’re sure that you will find Liverpool a city where you will find a warm welcome, make friends and have life changing experiences.
Modules will be grouped in pathways with each pathway dedicated to a different theme. Examples of the pathways on offer are:
International Cross-border Concerns
Global Grand Challenges
Two organised visits will be offered, one in each 3-week programme block.
Recent example of visits undertaken are:
Conway Castle and York Minster
International Summer School Manager
+44 (0)151 794 2538
To apply to the International Summer School, we expect the following:
You will be a student at post graduate or undergraduate level at a university worldwide or have completed an undergraduate degree at a university worldwide.
You will be aged 18 or over on the first day of the course.
Students will be able to use English to the equivalent of IELTS 6.0 standard.
*Students are not required to take a secure English language test. Many different test results are acceptable as proof, or we can supply a short online test.
Because we are accepting non-secure English language tests, any student who is found to fall significantly below the required level on arrival may be refused registration.
• To give students experience of English-medium instruction in a higher education setting.
• To grow students’ confidence communicating and presenting.
• To introduce students to the University of Liverpool and cultural heritage of the UK.
3 week students can sign up for 4 modules (20 University of Liverpool credits of 10 ECTS)
The programme offers 16 hours’ tuition per week (in addition to the scheduled learning students will be expected to engage in self-directed study)
GBP 2150: Fee includes:
· A range of credit bearing academic modules/pathways
· Cultural excursions around the UK
· Quality, secure on-campus accommodation with intercom entry
· Welcome Pack
· Access to the Sports Centre
· Access to one of the UK’s finest University Libraries
· Full access to Computing Services
· Support from current UoL students
· Administrative support ·
If 3 or more students register from one university, we will arrange a discount of 10% on the tuition fee.
An early bird discount is also available to students registering and paying before 28 February 2020