ISI, Seoul National University,
As part of the study exchange agreement with Seoul National University, students from all disciplines will be able to apply for this five week programme taught in English by International partners as well as SNU staff. The tuition fee is waived as part of the exchange agreement and the programme covers a range of disciplines as well as an introduction to Korean language and culture. To view the courses taught in 2013, click here. Courses for 2014 should be similar, if not the same and will be confirmed in January 2014. Surrey students will not gain credits towards their study but will gain a unique and life enhancing experience and a ‘Certificate of Attendance’ as proof of participation.
Note, final year students are not eligible to apply for the Seoul Summer School.
The dates of the summer school 2014 will be announced in early January 2014 but it normally runs from late June to late July. Surrey was allocated 10 places in 2013 and we expect the allocation to be of a similar number in 2014. Interested students are required to submit an application form along with a letter of recommendation from their personal tutor and their latest transcript to Aqila Kaleem (room 13 SE 03) by Thursday 6th February. The selection process will take place in the IRO and to be completed by 20th February. Students will then be notified of the outcome of their applications.
To hear more about the experiences of British students on South Korean Summer Schools, watch 'UK Student Mobility'.
Click SNU ISI 2012 to view a video on the Seoul Summer School 2012.
For more information, contact:
International Relations Office
Summer School in Ribeirão Preto (University of São Paulo), 7th to 27th July 2014
The Summer Program FEA-RP is an intensive 180 hours programme focused on the Brazilian Economy as well as agribusiness, including a strong cultural management aspect. The subjects will be taught entirely in English but Portuguese classes are also included, so that students can have a broader view of Brazilian culture, as this is the national language. The programme is structured in seminars, business/technical/tourism visits, workshops and at the end of the programme the students are required to present a project focused on one of the topics covered.
The Programme is hosted by the School of Economics, Business Administration and Accounting at Ribeirão Preto – University of São Paulo, the best Latin American University, in one of the most important cities for agribusiness in Brazil.
The Summer School is targeted at 1st year students (primarily from FBEL and FAHS). However students from FEPS and FHMS who have an interest in the course subjects are welcome to apply and will be considered. We have two £1000 Santander awards for students attending in 2014.
For further information on the course subjects and schedule click here.
Interested students are required to submit an application form along with a letter of recommendation from their personal tutor and their latest transcript to Aqila Kaleem (room 13 SE 03) by Friday 14th February. The selection process will take place in the IRO and to be completed by 28th February. Students will then be notified of the outcome of their applications.
Study China Programme 2014
Dates: Sunday 6th April to Saturday 26th April
The University of Manchester manage the Study China programme. The application process for the Easter 2014 Study China programme is now open. There are a limited number of places available and anticipate that all places will be filled by early January. It is recommend that you submit your application before Christmas to maximise your chances of being offered a place on the programme.
For more information or to submit an application please visit our website: http://www.studychina.org.uk/
The Easter 2014 programme involves working with three partner universities:
Beijing Normal University
In 2013, two Surrey students participated in the Study China programme. Please see below participants’ blogs which provide an insight into the programme from a student perspective.
Nanyang Technological University, NTU Summer Research Internship Programme (Singapore)
The Summer Research Internship (SRI) Programme is a university wide programme initiated to stimulate a culture of research for the overseas undergraduates.
Overseas undergraduate students selected to participate in this programme shall have the opportunity to develop research interest, strong sense of cross-cultural intelligence, gain a network of friends and a better understanding of our nation. They will also consider NTU as an ideal institution for them to further their research studies.
Eligible overseas undergraduate students will be expected to fulfil up to a 8-week research attachment comprising project work at NTU with waiver on research fee and awarded with an one-off allowance amounting up to S$3,000. Each successful applicant awarded with the SRI grant shall be counted as a spot of exchange.
To obtain more information (incl. eligibility criteria, visa, application procedure etc.) go to the SRI website http://global.ntu.edu.sg/global/SRI/Pages/SRIProgramme.aspx
For interested applicants, please apply via the SRI website from 19 August 2013 to 19 October2013. Hardcopies are to be received by 19 Oct 2013*.
The outcome will be announced in April 2014 via the SRI website - SRI Announcement.
*More detail information on application is given on the SRI website.