University College London is organising the UCL Summer School offering two law modules throughout its 2017 sessions, among other subjects. The summer school is taking place in London, United Kingdom, on July 3 – 21, 2017 and July 24 – August 11, 2017 and welcomes students from around the world to its courses.
Location: London, United Kingdom.
Two Sessions: July 3 – 21, 2017 and July 24 – August 11, 2017.
Academic Content (law modules): Anglo-American Business Law, Corporate Social Responsibility, Intellectual Property Law, International Commercial Arbitration (Session One); International Trade and Maritime Law, Introduction to Law, Law, Lawyers and Social Justice, Public Policy-Making (Session Two).
Number of Participants: n/a
ECTS Credits: 7.5 credits/course.
Tuition Fee: One Session - £1,850. Both Sessions - £3,300. Additional £60 application fee.
Accommodation: for candidates opting for accommodation in Summer School residencies, the fees are as follows: One Session - £2,850; Both Sessions - £5,300.
Candidates will have completed one year of undergraduate study at the time of joining the UCL Summer School and normally be able to demonstrate an average grade, or equivalent academic experience, of 2:1 (UK Scale).
Proficiency in English is required.
The application process
Candidates must complete their applications online by selecting a preferred module and alternative module, submitting their academic transcript and English language certificate, writing a personal statement (approximately 250 words) and paying the application fee.
Deadline: June 1, 2017.
Why this summer school?
“Based in the heart of London, UCL is a world-leading university. Our academic specialisms cover most subjects, from the arts and social sciences to health and physical sciences, and our innovative focus on interdisciplinary study to examine global issues sets us apart. Our academic excellence, and location in one of the world’s most dynamic capital cities, give you unrivaled personal, social and academic benefits which will enhance any CV or résumé.”
For further information, please visit the official website of the Summer School.
By Daniela Toma