Please see below for the modules offered in 2018. Our 2019 modules will be released shortly, please register your interest to be the first to hear about them!
We offer a wide range of academic modules at UEA International Summer School, all taught by UEA academics and comprised of a number of different elements including: lectures, seminars/tutorials, workshops, lab work, and studio time. All courses will be taught in English.
Our Modules 2018
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.