The University of East Anglia has launched its first international summer school.
The four week course takes place from July 1-27 2012, and gives students from all over the world the opportunity to gain academic credit studying abroad at one of the UK's top 20 universities.
Students gain academic credits participating in an intensive academic course, developing skills and knowledge engaging in lively debate and practical seminars, delivered by the university’s leading academics. The level two modules are being offered in diverse areas, ranging from revolutionary change in history to a unique assessment of contemporary biological sciences.
Students will be encouraged to make the most of the exciting inclusive social programme, embracing the bustling atmosphere of the historic city of Norwich, and exploring England's beautiful east coast and countryside, with included trips to the north and east coast beaches and to rural castles, to our London Study Centre, and a number of famous landmarks including the Queen's Norfolk residence, Sandringham.
Full details on the academic module options being delivered by nine Schools of Study can be found on the university’s International Summer School webpages