International Summer School 2016
Published: 6 July 2016
This summer the University is delighted to welcome more than 120 students from over 10 different countries to participate in our International Summer School.
This summer the University is delighted to welcome more than 120 students from over 10 different countries to participate in our International Summer School. The majority of students will be studying on campus for eight weeks, completing their courses in mid-August. During that time they will have the opportunity to study a range of subjects, from the Environment and Maths to Physics and Medical Sciences. All programmes taught are credit-bearing and built to be academically demanding, with exams at the end of each week. However, social activities and day trips also play an important part in the International Summer School, providing students with an opportunity to participate in a social programme that allows them to venture outside of the classroom and further afield to the likes Loch Ness, Edinburgh and Stirling.
This is the third year the University of Glasgow International Summer School has ran, and planning for next year’s programme is already underway, where it is hoped that the subjects currently offered will be expanded to include International Business, Creative Writing and Curatorial Practice.
If you have any questions about the International Summer School, or would like further information, please contact Lexy Docwra.
First published: 6 July 2016