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Our courses | Warwick Summer School

Choose between challenging courses in Economics, Computer Science, English, Language and Culture or Public Policy or a course for non-economists; the Principles of Economics.

To apply for any of our courses on offer, you must be aged 18+ and have a good understanding of the English language.

Each of our Summer School courses is equivalent to one 15 CAT* module from an undergraduate degree. As a general guideline, our courses receive 3 credits in the US system and 7.5 ECTS in the European system. Ultimately it is up to your home institution to decide how much credit is awarded, however we are able to give advice to institutions and provide them with the course syllabus and exam paper. If you wish to receive credit for your Summer School course we strongly advise you contact your Study Abroad Office at your university before you apply. Taught by our world-leading academics, these courses will provide a thorough grounding in the topics and will reflect the highest standards of Warwick learning.

The duration of all our courses is three weeks.**

*apart from Language and culture courses, see course descriptions

** apart from Discourse in Society which is a two week programme

Student profile
The lecturers were really friendly and helped you out if you needed anything and the course covered a wide range of topics.
Aly Elgaby (Egypt), Money and Banking 2015
Students being taught at Warwick Economics Summer School

Teaching and assessment

Get an overview of how you will be taught, the teaching facilities at St Mary's and the assessment methods used at WSS; teaching and assessment.

Computer Science courses

  • Computer Science