Who can take part?
Warwick International Summer School is a three-week residential programme for current undergraduates at universities around the world. Applicants will normally be in their second or third years with a proven academic record and working at the equivalent of an upper second class UK degree (2:1) or GPA of 3.0.
Students applying for the summer school will need some knowledge of the subject, although we welcome applications from a wide range of backgrounds. Students will need to complete an application form and, if English is not the language of tuition in their home country, will require a minimum IELTS of 6.5 (or equivalent). Students will need to have completed at least one year at University to be eligible for entry to the Summer School.
It will be important to provide details of your interest and/or experience in the programme you choose.