If you're keen to expand on your current studies and want to explore a new city, the Queen Mary Summer School is the ideal place to start!
Queen Mary University of London is one of the UK's leading research universities, committed to improving social justice and achieving the previously unthinkable. A Russell Group university based in East London, we teach across the full disciplinary spectrum. With staff and students from over 160 nationalities, we are one of the most diverse higher education institutions in the world. Queen Mary is currently ranked at 14th in the UK and 5th in London (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018).
Our Summer School programme features a broad range courses, put together by our world-class academics in a variety of disciplines. You can specialise according to your interests, knowing that each session will be thought-provoking, challenging and exciting in equal measure. Session 1 of the Summer School takes place from 29 June to 17 July 2020, and session 2 takes place from 20 July to 7 August 2020. Students are welcome to attend both sessions, so if you’d like to combine an interest in particle physics with your love of horror films, you can!
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Take a look at our Summer School brochure! Summer School brochure 2019 [PDF 8,727KB]
During your Queen Mary Summer, you’ll be able to…
- Discover a hidden London - Go on field trips which will enhance your teaching and bring an element of tangibility to your course. Explore London in a way that most tourists - or even Londoners - don't normally get to.
- Be taught by experts - Learn from internationally respected academics who are experts in their subjects.
- Call our campus your home - Live and study on our Mile End campus, the largest self-contained residential campus in London with a dedicated team to help you make the most of your stay with us.
Why study this summer?
An academic adventure like no other: you will meet and discuss your subject with some of the world’s leading experts.
- Use the credits achieved on courses towards your home degree, making your summer really count. Click here to find out more.
- Enhance your employability - according to Universities UK, a study period abroad 'enhances future employability and academic success’ (2017).
- Gain new perspectives on your academic subjects that you can take back to your home university.
- Make friends from across the world and make memories of your international experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life.