Study in the United Kingdom

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– Steve Jobs

King’s College Undergraduate Summer School

In one of the UK’s most historic universities, you will live, study and explore a range of subjects, whilst enjoying the innovative teaching and central London location that King’s is known for.

King’s faculty and staff ensure you experience our globally-renowned, research-led teaching through interactive seminars, lectures, group discussions, off-campus excursions and guest speakers.

Undergraduate Summer School

For international students, the Undergraduate Summer School is a chance to immerse yourself in British culture, become more familiar with the UK higher education system, and make new friends with students from around the world.

Classes take place on our riverside campuses in the very heart of London, so you will be within easy reach of all the main visitor attractions enabling you to explore the city while you learn.

Dates:

Students can attend one or two sessions. Please see below the dates for each session:

  • Session One: 1 – 19 July 2020
  • Session Two: 22 July – 9 August 2020
  • Session one and Two: 1 July – 9 August 2020
Entry Requirements:

The Undergraduate Summer School is open to students who are currently, or have been, studying at degree level. You should have a GPA of 3.3 or equivalent. If your first language is not English, or the medium of instruction at your university is not English, you should demonstrate a 6.5 IELTS or equivalent.

The application deadline is 31 May 2020 and early application is advised.

The Host Department

Study in the United Kingdom, the host department will be The School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences (BMEIS) at King’s College London. It has an international reputation for developing novel technologies to improve patient care. The School’s research focuses on applying fundamental engineering techniques to address clinical problems. It is based at St Thomas’  hospital in London, UK. The School works in collaboration with clinicians to ensure that its work is directed towards unmet patient needs.

Aim

The aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to participate actively in research and development, and to provide a vehicle for those seeking an educational foundation for further MSc and PhD studies.

Modules

The Undergraduate Summer School teaches around 30 different modules spanning subject areas such as health and science, maths and engineering, law, governance, business management, culture and ancient languages. Students can choose one module per session and all the classes are taught by King’s faculties.

SESSION ONE (1-19 JULY 2019)

Literature in the City

London & Film

Museum of London: Curating the City

Wonderland: 100 Years of Children’s Literature

SESSION TWO (22 JULY-9 AUGUST 2020)

Jane Austen’s England

London & Film

Media, Gender & Culture

Theatrical London

SESSION ONE (1-19 JULY 2020)

Global Health & Social Justice

Politics and the Media

Secrets & Spies: Modern Espionage & Intelligence

War & Diplomacy

SESSION TWO (22 JULY-9 AUGUST 2020)

International Relations

Profiling & Psychology of Terrorism

Secrets & Spies: Modern Espionage & Intelligence

SESSION ONE (1-19 JULY 2020)

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Public Health

SESSION TWO (22 JULY-9 AUGUST 2020)

3D Printing

Healthcare & Technology

SESSION ONE (1-19 JULY 2020)

Applied Maths: Understanding Engineering through Numbers

SESSION TWO (22 JULY-9 AUGUST 2020)

Engineering: Creating Technologies that Help People

SESSION ONE (1-19 JULY 2020)

Criminology & Criminal Justice

International Commercial Law

International Human Rights Law

SESSION TWO (22 JULY-9 AUGUST 2020)

International Commercial Law

International Human Rights Law

Understanding the Common Law

SESSION ONE (1-19 JULY 2020)

International Business

SESSION TWO (1-19 JULY 2020)

International Business

SESSION ONE (1-19 JULY 2020)

Ancient Greek (Beginners)

Latin (Beginners)

SESSION TWO (1-19 JULY 2020)

Ancient Greek (Intermediate)

Latin (Intermediate)

Apply now!