This Summer School aims to welcome students from different parts of the world, especially from our partner institutions, to give them an experience of UK/Scottish education and life. It will also be an opportunity to see Scotland.
Dates, duration and costs:
2 weeks General Summer School: 29th July – 9th August 2019 - £1,600
2 weeks Summer School plus 1 week subject specific contents (Computing, Engineering or Science): 22nd – 29th July or 9th – 16th August 2019 - £2,300
2 weeks Summer School with 2 week subject specific contents (Computing, Engineering or Science) – credit bearing: 22nd July – 16th August 2019 - £2,800
There is a 5% early bird discount for bookings made before 31st May 2019.
It aims to develop students’ abilities to work as part of a team by combining classroom based project work with outdoor activities. Participants will have ample opportunities to enjoy Scotland's picturesque scenery, including a visit to a Scottish island and Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow and its capital, Edinburgh. Participants will also be given the opportunity to visit a traditional and modern Scottish industry.
The extended versions (3 and 4 weeks) of the Summer School will allow students to engage in discipline specific activities and earn credits. Discipline specific programmes will be provided in engineering, computing and sciences, and tailored based on the student’s level and knowledge (there is a minimum cohort size required).
Experienced staff from the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences will be responsible for the management of the programme. However, expertise from all subject areas within the University will be brought together to support discipline specific activities.
Monday 29th July
Tuesday 30th July
Wednesday 31st July
Thursday 1st August
Friday 2nd August
Saturday 3rd August
Sunday 4th August
Monday 5th August
Tuesday 6th August
Wednesday 7th August
Thursday 8th August
Friday 9th August
Saturday 10th August
Sunday 11th August
The programme will be tailored to the discipline and levels of the delegates. This will include in computing, engineering and science disciplines
The general Summer School programme will cover the following:
The programme specific contents will be provided based on the discipline and level of delegates.