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Lancaster University has a number of partnerships with universities and other institutions around the world that offer summer schools. By taking part in one of these programmes you have the opportunity to enrich your academic studies while immersing yourself in another culture. We have highlighted the summer schools that may be of particular interest. A full list of programmes with Lancaster's global partners is available here.
In addition to the fees listed below, participants will also need to arrange their own flights to the destination, and will be responsible for ensuring that they have the correct documents, such as visas, to enter the country and participate in the programme. The Global Experiences team will be able to support you with this.
Please note, exchange places may be limited for each programme and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Placement on one of these programmes will also be subject to you being in good academic standing with your department, and you may need to meet minimum grade requirements.
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The HKUST International Summer Exchange Program (ISP) welcomes students from our partner institutions to study at HKUST in summer. The program aims to create a rewarding exchange experience for students from around the world. It comprises high-quality courses taught by HKUST instructors and opportunities to participate in local excursions that enable you to gain insight into the region.
17 June to 10 August 2019 (students may be able to start later depending on the specific courses they are interested in)
ISP courses are offered by HKUST’s Schools:
8,000 HKD (approx £800) to cover the on-campus accommodation fee, student visa application, handling fee and HKUST compulsory travel insurance fee.
Lancaster University students do not pay tuition fees to HKUST as this is covered by the exchange agreement between the two institutions.
University accommodation is compulsory for summer school students. There are nine undergraduate student halls on campus. You will be assigned to a room in one of these halls with double occupancy. You can find information about the student halls here.
There are weekly trips which are payable per package. These include visits to temples, markets and other places of interest. These will cost around 500-1,000 HKD each. For more information visit their website.
The International Co-ed Summer College invites you to live as a member of the Ewha community located in the heart of Seoul. Students can fully explore Korea and discover new knowledge by enrolling in a variety of courses taught by distinguished faculty, as well as from interacting with peers, from all over the world. Well-known for its strong academic program, Ewha ISC offers around 40 courses taught by professors from Ewha and other top foreign universities. This programme is open to male and female students.
26 June - 25 July 2019
Students can take 2 courses as part of the programme. The areas of study available are:
An application fee of 100,000 KRW (approx £70) and an accommodation fee of 640,000- 880,000 KRW (approx £450-£610) will be payable to the institution. There are also fees for field trips and extracurricular activities (see below). Lancaster University students do not pay tuition fees to Ewha as this is covered by the exchange agreement between the two institutions.
There are 4 official field trips (for an additional fee) as well as 2 pop-up class field trips that are led by a professor. The first pop-up class trip is an overnight temple stay, which requires an additional 60,000 KRW fee, with a maximum student capacity of approximately 30. The second additional pop-up class trip is to the House of Sharing (no additional fee nor maximum student capacity) which will also be an optional field trip students may choose to attend. Students have the ability to choose which field trips they wish to attend when they sign-up.
Spend a summer in Singapore, the perfect 'soft landing' in the heart of the fast developing Asia-Pacific region and a springboard to explore the many cultures and languages in neighbouring countries surrounding around Singapore!
NTU's unique summer programme will bring you an unforgettable summer education. Choose from 5 different tracks and experience a unique summer unlike any other.
6 week programme: 24 June - 2 August 2019
4 week programme: 1 July - 26 July 2019
Five tracks will be offered this summer:
The total cost is approximately 3,242-3,691 SGD/ £1,840-£2,100.
This total cost is comprise of a registration fee (150 SGD), an administrative fee (900 SGD) and programme fees (1,050 SGD). Accommodation is charged separately (930-1350 SGD, depending on the length of your programme). A 7% Goods and Services Tax will be added to these fees.
Lancaster University students do not pay tuition fees to NTU as this is covered by the exchange agreement between the two institutions.
Twin‐sharing on‐campus housing is guaranteed for all incoming summer students in one of the24 Halls of Residence in NTU. Students are required to stay on‐campus throughout the duration of the programme. Roommates are allotted randomly by gender.
Enhancing Sporting Performance is an exciting new programme designed for athletes of all levels and students studying sport science. It is taught by experts in the university's Faculty of Health, Sport and Human Performance.
While studying at Waikato, athletes will have the opportunity to continue with their sport, practicing with local teams in the evenings and competing on the weekends. Students will have access to state-of-the-art high performance training centres where researchers work with elite teams, including New Zealand Cycling and New Zealand Sevens rugby, to reach peak athletic performance.
8 June - 9 July 2019
This programme is targeted at athletes who are passionate about their own performance and the opportunity to understand more about the science behind what they can do to enhance this.
The programme fee is $7500 NZD (approx £4,000), but discounts may be available for Lancaster University students.
This fee covers: