Other sections in Global Summer Schools:
14 August - 14 September
Build friendships and learn about British culture and history over the last two hundred years. With classically British social activities you will have the chance to have afternoon tea in a vintage tearoom, tour Lancaster Castle, and compete in a pub-style quiz.
You’ll focus on romantic literature andhow it changed perceptions of nature, particularly with regard to the English Lake District, where you will visit the homes of the famous writers William Wordsworth and John Ruskin.
In this week, you’ll study the emergenceof the North West of Britain as anindustrial powerhouse, including a visit to a textile mill. You’ll consider how scholars, political thinkers, writers and artists ofthe time perceived these changes.
During this time, you’ll look at different experiences of World War I, both at home and on the front, and the lasting effects of the war on British culture and memory. Visits to interactive Manchester museums offer a chance to explore world-famous collections.
For the final week, the programme will look at the transformation of Britain since the 1950s, the legacy of its colonial past,with a visit the Albert Docks in Liverpool,and the rise of new multicultural communities.
Students who complete this course are awarded 15 LU / 4 US / 8 ECTS credits.
This summer school will be assessed through three methods:
+ 25%: Exam
+ 50%: Essay
+ 25%: Presentation
This 4 week programme costs £3,547. This fee covers
Please note there may be extra living costs, such as if you opt in to additional trips or eat out.
Find the cost breakdown here.
How to apply
Lancaster University Global Summer Schools
Global Experiences, Welcome Centre, Bowland College, Lancaster University LA1 4YT
T: +44 (0)1524 595052