How to apply for International Summer School

Application process

Complete our application form below and send it, along with your supporting documents, to

The deadline for all applications is Monday 8 April 2024. Once you have submitted your application and we can confirm that you have met our entry criteria, we'll be delighted to send you an Offer Letter for our Summer School. You’ll also get a list of your pre-approved study modules and an Acceptance Form for you to formally accept our offer. The returned acceptance must reach us by Monday 22 April 2024. Once accepted you will receive pre-arrival updates to help you prepare for the programme. 

Cancellation dates

Cancellation penalty after date listed

Before Monday 6 May 2024

No withdrawal fee

After Monday 6 May 2024

Full programme fee as listed on our fees page

Our entry requirements

You must be over the age of 18 and either a current student enrolled in a university programme or in the current graduating class; or graduated high school with an acceptance letter for a university programme.

You’ll need to provide:

  • a completed application form;
  • your latest transcript from your home university;
  • a copy of your passport picture page;
  • non-native English speakers - English language proficiency document (see below).

Students applying independently must also include a letter of recommendation.   The letter of recommendation should be from a tutor, academic advisor or other notable person who can vouch for your suitability to study on the programme.  

Academic requirements

If you’re applying from a university in the USA or Canada you’ll need a GPA of 2.7 or above. 

If you’re applying from elsewhere, you should have good pass grades equivalent to ECTS level ‘B’ or top 35% for courses taken.

English language proficiency

When you apply, you should be sufficiently fluent in English to get the maximum benefit from our course modules. If English isn’t your first language, you’ll need to provide evidence of having passed one of the approved tests at CEFR Level B2 or above on our English Language Qualifications List or proof your degree is taught in English. If you are from one of our partner universities, you can provide an English language reference letter confirming your level of English. Otherwise, if you’re from a native English-speaking country outside of the EU, you do not need to provide evidence of your English language skills. 

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