In view of the Covid-19 outbreak, please be aware that the Partner Summer Schools listed below may be subject to change, postponement or cancellation. Students are advised to check with the host institution on the status of the summer school, and to check Foreign and Commonwealth Office Travel Advice and with your insurer before making any travel/accommodation arrangements or paying a registration fee. Please note that the Summer School Fund is currently suspended. For information on the University’s response to Covid-19, please see here
Attending a summer school overseas is a great way to experience another culture, gain a global perspective, enhance your studies and make friends from around the world.
With over 60 institutions across 30 different countries to choose from, why not get a taste of the Go Abroad experience by taking part in one of our partners' summer schools?
Summer Schools Abroad 2020:
Do something different this summer!
Click on the View Summer Schools tab above to browse through the exciting range of available summer schools hosted by Kent's partner universities in Summer 2020. Each summer school may have its own early bird discount scheme or scholarship so don't delay getting more information. We will continue to update the list of summer schools for 2020 as we receive up-to-date information from our Partners..
Attendance to one of Kent's partners' summer schools could allow you to receive Employability Points.The Employability Points Scheme is a University of Kent programme which allocates you Employability Points for your co-curricular activity. For each activity completed, you can log this on MyFolio and receive points. Towards the end of Term Two, if you have earned sufficient points, you can use these to apply for exclusive rewards, which include paid internships, work experience, training, vouchers and much more. For more information, please visit: www.kent.ac.uk/employabilitypoints
Please note that the University of Kent is not responsible for the content of these Summer Schools. If you are interested in attending one of these programmes, it is your responsibility to research the programmes and fees fully and to apply directly to the university in question.
Did you know you could apply for a funding to attend summer schools in certain countries?
Eligibility: Countries that have an asterisk (*) next to them are eligible for funding (for India, the funding is from a different source, please click on UKIERI Mobility Programme link).
Applications have currently been suspended.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student: Gabor Petri
Student: Joao Martins-Pereira
Looking for a purposeful summer? Why not join a team, live at the heart of a traditional village and work on youth and sports projects that are making a real difference in the Fiji Islands - in partnership with the Fijian Government. Every year, Think Pacific offers up to 15 free places for university students eligible for widening participation support.
For information including details of how to apply, please see here. To book your place at the upcoming Think Pacific information session at Kent, you can do so here.
Note: The University takes no responsibility for undertaking health and safety or any other risk assessments of activities unrelated to the specific and its components at Think Pacific. Students participating in this Scheme are expected to undertake their own assessments and familiarise themselves with the relevant organisation’s processes in order to ensure their personal safety and well-being.