null Becas curso de verano en la Universidad de Exeter (UK)


If you are interested in studying in the UK this summer, apply for SCHOLARSHIPS worth £500 each.
DEADLINE: 09/05/2014
Full details are available online as well as in our brochure.

The programme takes place between 5 and 26 July and includes 8 courses from a range of subject areas:

English:                                                Shakespeare and His World
Environmental Sciences:              Global Climate Change: Environment, Technology and Society
History:                                                Britain and the Making of the Modern World, King Arthur: Investigating the Myth and the Legend
Law:                                                       English Law and the Era of Globalisation
Management:                                   Global Enterprise
Politics and Security Studies:     International Relations: Security, Conflict and Peace
Sports and Health Sciences:       Preventative Medicine: Exercise and the Environment

The programme is accredited at 15 Exeter credits and 7.5 ECTS – the equivalent to our semester modules, is taught by Exeter faculty and assessed to the same standards as our 2nd or final year undergraduate degree modules.  Teaching at the summer school has the same ethos as our degree programmes and we encourage active learning through participation, take an inter-disciplinary approach to each subject and limit class sizes to ensure an outstanding student experience.

The programme fee includes tuition, accommodation plus breakfast and dinner, social events and day trips at weekends and is £2,445.  The closing date for applications is 9 May 2014 and well qualified students will be automatically put forward for one of the available scholarships.

During their time in Exeter students stay on the main campus and can take part in a social programme which involves a number of events in Exeter and daytrips to some iconic destinations in the South-West of England.  The programme also features a 3 day orientation weekend in London on arrival so that students can acclimatise to the UK and get to know their fellow students before travelling to Exeter for the academic programme.