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 50 institutions across 20 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 2018:
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 2018. Each summer school may have its own early bird discount scheme or scholarship so dont delay getting more information.
Please note that the University of Kent is not responsible for these Summer Schools and has no involvement in them. 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.
Deadline to apply is 31st March 2018.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
My time at Dongguk International Summer School left me very keen to travel to Asia again and return to Korea in particular someday. I only came across the summer school by chance browsing the University of Kent website - I think it's excellent that our institution has so many international partnerships which offer students opportunities like these. My trip to Korea was really exciting and rewarding from an academic and personal standpoint. I found that the intensive lessons struck a great balance with the various social and cultural excursions on offer, allowing plenty of chances to join in with guided trips as well as independent sight-seeing. I got to meet many great people, often going out to eat and drink with fellow students and some of the Dongguk buddies too. The atmosphere alone, being right in the central district of Seoul at the foot of Mt Namsan, is something I will always remember. I really think immersive experiences like this summer school are a wonderful way to challenge yourself and expand your horizons as a young person and as a student. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to be culturally and politically engaged, or simply to have fun.
Calla Sweetzer-Sturt, Dongguk International Summer School (South Korea)
Student: Gabor Petri
Student: Joao Martins-Pereira