International Summer School
The College of Humanities is offering undergraduate and postgraduate international students the exciting opportunity to study with us during the Summer. The International Summer School will run for three weeks and credits collected could count towards your degree at home.
Recent Humanities pathways
Shakespeare and his World examined connections between Shakespeare's texts and their contexts in taught sessions that benefit from the expertise of scholars from the departments of English, History and Drama. There was the opportunity to see a play at the world famous Globe Theatre in London, attend sessions that relate to the play, and learn the historical context for understanding Shakespeare's works.
Global and Imperial History explored global patterns of change, contest, and the movement of ideas, goods and peoples via both original historical sources and the views of historians. Students explored connections between ideas and experiences of colonial and post-colonial political, economic and cultural development within taught sessions that benefited from the expertise of scholars from the College’s department of History.
Please visit our International Summer School webpages for further information.