The University of Bristol invites international students to join our dynamic, immersive range of summer programs delivered at a Global Top - 50 University (QS World University Rankings 2020).Gain globally-recognized academic and career experience ...
I learned about the many social issues that affect both the United States and UK in different ways, as well as how to discuss them with people from so many walks of life. It was worthwhile in every aspect, and allowed me to become much more comfortable with new experiences and places.
- San Diego State University
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I learned a lot about several different social justice issues: the legacy of slavery in Bristol, migration and refugees, pan-Africanism, anti-Semitism, etc. Each presentation on these issues was thoughtful and thorough and, like the best classes, left us with more questions than answers. I also gained practical knowledge on how ...
- Butler University
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The University of Bristol invites international students to join our dynamic, immersive range of summer programs delivered at a Global Top - 50 University (QS World University Rankings 2020).
Gain globally-recognized academic and career experience and explore Bristol, recently voted the best city to live in the UK.
In 2020 students can choose between five summer schools:
Arts, Activism and Social Justice 7 June – 27 June 2020
Archaeology Field School - 5 July - 18 July
Biomedical Sciences Lab 18 July – 8 August 2020
Innovation and Entrepreneurship – 19 July – 8 August 2020
STEM Summer Research Projects – 19 July – 29 August 2020
All summer schools are designed to encourage students to explore learning beyond the classroom, to gain real-world, practical skills, to engage with experiential learning, and network with industry or community leaders Social activities, field trips and 24-7 staff support supplement your learning.
Accommodation is included throughout, with some or most meals also included and an exciting social program to help students explore this vibrant city and historic part of England.