Students interested in going on a summer program should email email@example.com expressing their interest by the deadlines listed below under each partner. Students wishing to study abroad during the summer will need to apply for a Letter of Permission (LOP) through the Academic Dean’s Office at King’s. King’s International will assist students in getting courses assessed for credit transfer. Unlike exchange during the regular academic year, students who go abroad in the summer on an LOP will have the numerical grade transferred to their academic record (as opposed to courses transferring over as pass/fail). All fees will also be paid directly to the partner university. Once King’s International is notified of a student’s interest, our office will liaise with the ADO and send the student the application for the selected summer program.
This program runs from July 3th – 21st, 2023.
A 3-week intensive French Language Programme with native teachers specialized in French as a Foreign Language Teaching.
- Placement test before arrival
- Courses are offered from beginner to advanced levels
- Small groups and individual tutoring
- 70 contact hours
- Opportunity to get a Level Certificate
- You may earn 12 ECTS (equivalent to 1.0 King’s credit)
- Free access to the Library and Media Center
Please see full details on 2022 Summer academy here.
More information on ICES’ application deadline is coming soon.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest by April 24th, 2023.
Join a leading European Business School this summer and participate to a 6-week program in France and Spain or Ljubljana from June 12th to July 21st!
- Kick-off of the program in Toulouse: 12 June - 30 June
- Travel through the French Pyrenees to Spain
- Continue the summer experience in Barcelona: 03 July - 21 July
While in Toulouse and Barcelona students will meet with companies to understand how business is done in Europe. TBS’ engaged faculty will inspire you. With coaching sessions, hands-on projects and group work you will upskill yourself and learn how to work cross-culturally. Students can choose amongst their list of business courses including a credit-bearing French or Spanish language course.
You can earn up to 24 ECTS, which is equivalent to 2.0 King’s credits.
Please see full details here.
TBS’ application deadline is June 9th, 2023. Please email email@example.com expressing your interest by April 01st, 2023.
Richmond University welcomes you to take part in their International Summer School where students participate in a range of 3 week or 6 week classes, as well as their internship programme, in a wide range of disciplines for credit and/or personal development.
The International Summer School is held at the Richmond Hill campus, one of London’s most prestigious areas, between May and June 2023. Study with students from all over the world and take full advantage of what London has to offer.
- £1500 for each 3 credit class (King’s students receive 15% off tuition)
- All Summer School students are required to stay at IQ Haywood House: https://www.richmond.ac.uk/accommodation/
Please see full details here.
Richmond’s application deadline is May 1st, 2023. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest by April 10th, 2023.
Lille’s European Summer Program (ESP) is composed of two month-long program sessions. Students are welcome to attend one or both sessions:
- ESP1 | 24 May to 22 June 2023
- ESP2 | 27 June to 26 July 2023
Students can choose from a large variety of electives. The programs offer academic courses taught in English or in French, utilizing the University’s expertise in Humanities, Social Sciences, Management, and more. Courses are taught by highly-qualified faculty from the Université Catholique de Lille or visiting professors, with an aim to provide both theoretical background and practical learning through site visits and hands-on activities. The ESP offers a wide range of courses in the following areas: Liberal Arts, Business & Communication, Health, European Studies, Sustainability & the Sciences, and French Language. Students will earn 12 ECTS per ESP session, which is equivalent to 1.0 King’s credit. King’s students will receive a 10% discount. See more information here.
Former ESP student and intern, Sam Goodwin, has visited every recognized country on Earth! Recently, Sam stopped by the International Relations Office at Université Catholique de Lille. Here is what he had to say about his time in Lille and his experience during the European Summer Program. Watch the video here.
- The Lille registration deadline for ESP1 is April 1.
- The Lille registration deadline for ESP2 is May 1.
Please email email@example.com by March 11, 2023 if interested in registering for ESP1 and by April 10, 2023 if interested in registering for ESP2.
Study at Roehampton for three or six weeks this summer and gain academic credit while exploring London. You will live and learn on Roehampton’s beautiful parkland and have access to all the University’s support services as well as your dedicated Roehampton Abroad team. You will study alongside international students from around the world and can choose to take part in Roehamptons’s exciting social programme with excursions around the city.
During each three-week session, you will take one intensive module. These modules will be worth either 10 or 20 UK credits, the same as a standard semester module, and will cover an equivalent amount of content during these three weeks. In addition to your in-class sessions, most modules will incorporate field trips, offering you the chance to explore areas of London relevant to your studies.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the academic experience during the Summer School.
The following modules have been confirmed for Summer School 2023:
Session one (June 8th – July 1st, 2023)
- Business Organisations in a Global Economy
- Digital Photography Workshop
- Hidden London
- Shakespeare in London
- The Psychology of Murder
- Renaissance to abstraction: The History of Art in London Museums
- Software Development 1
Session two (June 29th – July 22rd, 2023)
- Gods and Heroes in Classical Mythology
- Introduction to the London Stage
- Londonopolis: Exploring the Global City
- Magic, Murder and Mystery in London Literature
- The Psychology of Art
Modules will run subject to minimum enrolments.
See details here.
Roehamptons’s application deadline is April 15th, 2023. Please email email@example.com expressing your interest by April 1st, 2023.