2017 ISS Internship Supplement
(Please be aware that spaces are limited and the module may be filled before the advertised deadline)
Please be aware that the deadline for Block 1 and/or Block 2 is earlier than in previous years.
If you have missed a deadline please do not hesitate to get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org as we may be able to consider late applications on an individual basis.
|Friday 24 March 2017||Block 1 and 2 with ISS internship module (ISSU9IN)|
|Friday 7 April 2017||Block 1 and/or Block 2|
Applicants from universities in the USA and Canada should have a GPA of 3.0 or above. Special circumstances may be taken into consideration if your GPA is slightly below this. Applicants from other countries should have good pass grades equivalent to ECTS level ‘B’ or top 35% for courses taken.
Applicants should note that all students, at the time of their admission to the University, are required to be sufficiently fluent in the English Language to be able to derive maximum benefit from course modules taught in that language. It is therefore necessary, for those whose first language is not English, to demonstrate a measure of English-language ability by having passed one of a list of recognised tests and examinations. One of the following qualifications will be acceptable.
Here is a list of the most commonly accepted examinations and our minimum pass levels:
|Examination||Minimum Pass Level|
|IELTS||6.0 (with 5.5 minimum in each skill)|
Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English
|Grade C or above
|Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE)||Grade C or above|
|Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE)||54 with 51 in each component|
|IBT TOEFL||80 with no subtest less than 17|
For students on certain recognised exchange programmes, there may be an inter-university agreement for the recognition of student's English language ability which may mean that admission is possible without the student having to sit or hold one of the following tests. In this case, a student's academic reference would have to attest to their ability to attend classes and complete assignments in English. Students should check with their exchange co-ordinator, where applicable.
After your completed application materials are received by the International Summer School team, we will review your file and if you meet the admission criteria we will send an Offer Letter offering you admission with a listing of your pre-approved modules and an Acceptance Form. We will then ask you to return the Acceptance Form in order to secure your modules and accommodation. We begin making admission decisions from 1 February 2017.
Final details about orientation and other useful information will be sent to students in our International Summer School Student Handbook. This will be emailed to admitted students beginning in April 2017.