Quant GROUP Summer School
The Quantitative Group Research Opportunity for Undergraduate Projects (GROUP) Summer School is a two-week residential course which runs every year, providing an introduction to quantitative methods for the social sciences. It is a pre-requisite for those wishing to transfer to a “with Quantitative Research” minor degree.
Employers of all kinds are desperate for graduates with quantitative skills, so this course offers a unique opportunity to boost your employability. The course is the equivalent of a 15-credit module, and it will appear on your transcript when you graduate, helping you demonstrate your skills to employers.
This is a fun and challenging course. You will be working intensively alongside other students from a range of disciplines to complete a real piece of social scientific research on this year’s topic, which is race, ethnicity, and discrimination.
The course will run for two weeks from Monday 18 June to Saturday 30 June 2018.
The course has an official price-tag of £1,500 (including accommodation). However, University of Kent students can apply for a bursary to cover the entire cost.
Online registration for the course is now open.
If you are interested, you can come and hear more about the course at our information event at 13.00 on Wednesday 21 March, Room 329 on the third floor, Cornwallis East