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International Summer School in University of East Anglia, UK: Apply by May 1: Expired

About:
This is an International Summer School organised by and in University of East Anglia, UK.
Course Modules:

  1. Branding, Advertising and Digital Marketing: Learn the secrets of the world’s most successful brands and explore the connection between advertising, marketing communication techniques and how they shape brand messages.
  2. Creative Writing: Experiment and develop your understanding of creative writing in England’s first UNESCO City of Literature and learn from academics teaching with UEA’s signature combination of intellectual rigour and creative innovation.
  3. Digital Animation: Creating a 3D Computer Generated Movie: Understand the processes of 3D modelling and animation and gain practical experience of using the industry standard software Autodesk 3D Max. Use our specialised graphics lab to create your own animation.
  4. Emerging Financing Models in a Dynamic World: Explore the new innovative changes taking place within the world of finance in this 2-week joint course between University of East Anglia and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands).
  5. Global Media and Communications Law: Investigate the challenge posed by the information society and understand how increased access to the internet has played a role in how media industries and governments regulate the media.
  6. Ishibashi Foundation Summer School in Japanese Arts and Cultural Heritage: Develop an appreciation and understanding of Japanese arts and cultural heritage at our 3-week postgraduate level course supported by the Ishibashi Foundation. Full bursaries available for all successful applicants.
  7. Japan Orientation :An introduction to the study of Japan and its place in the world, with opportunities to explore the latest approaches to Japanese studies and discussions involving leading researchers and experts in the field.
  8. Modern Conflict Archaeology and the Friendly Invasion: Examine the archaeology of the “Friendly Invasion” and explore the rich sources of information that are held in Britain’s twentieth century military constructions, including airfields and sites associated with D-Day.
  9. Reading Shakespeare’s England: Reach back into the past and discover the bard, develop your understanding of the exquisite linguistic and dramatic qualities of Shakespeare’s plays, and visit Stratford-upon-Avon and the Globe Theatre in London.
  10. Religion and Rebellion: Medieval East Anglia: Explore the hub of royal and religious power struggles 1066-1216, with topics including pilgrimage and the cult of saints, medieval medicine, medieval literature and the East Anglian rebellion against King John.
  11. Additional Credit: Personal and Professional Development: This module focuses on awareness and reflection on aspects of professional development. Ideal for students who require 5 additional credit to transfer back to their home degree, but open to everyone.

How to Apply:
The following information should be uploaded with your online application form or provided by email as soon as possible after submission:

  • An official version of your latest academic transcript
  • Proof of English language proficiency, if you are non-native English speaker
  • Copy of the photographic page of your valid passport

Please see What Happens After You Apply for information about the process after you have submitted your application.
To start the application process, click here.
Deadline:
The final application deadline is 1st May, 2018.
Eligibility:
To ensure all students benefit from summer study, evidence of academic and English language proficiency where English is not the first language, is required. Additionally:

  • All applicants should be age 17 or over*
  • All applicants are expected to have attained a high UK 2:2; equal to a US GPA of 3.0, or equivalent.
  • Non-native English speakers need an IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or an equivalent score on an approved English test.

Assessment of all applications is on a case-by-case basis, so please visit the “contact us” section if you require further information regarding eligibility or academic equivalencies.
Students will receive 24-hour emergency contact details and information on how to access additional support if needed.
In addition to their main application, course also requires these students to submit:

  • A letter of consent from their parent or guardian
  • A copy of their high school transcript to date
  • A sample of academic work relating to their module choice
  • A letter of recommendation from their current school/college

Please make yourself aware of visa regulations for your home country and if necessary apply for the required paperwork within the allocated time period, once you have received an offer for a place at the International Summer School. You can find out more on the Visa Information webpage.
Fees:
The fees structure varies with the courses. Kindly visit this page to find out the fees, discounts and payment options.
Scolarships:
The course offers certain scholarships. Please visit this page to find out more.
Contact:
Tel: +44 1603 593280
Email: intl.office@uea.ac.uk

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