The University of Leeds invites students to gain a lifetime experience by attending the Leeds International Summer School 2020 in Leeds, United Kingdom. It is a wonderful opportunity for students to experience the vibrant, student-friendly city of Leeds and explore the rich history, culture and natural beauty of the area. The Leeds International Summer School combines world-class tuition with academic field trips and also includes social activities and cultural excursions.
The Leeds International Summer School runs for four weeks and has two academic modules of each two weeks long. Moreover, each module is worth 10 Leeds credits so by completing the four-week program candidates will receive 20 Leeds credits, equivalent to six US or 10 ECTS credits. Candidates will have a choice of modules in each block. If a candidate wishes to apply for a full four-week program then s/he should select one module from block 1 and one module from block 2. But if candidates wish to apply for the two-week program then they will have to select one module from his/her chosen block.
However, other language test scores are also acceptable. The University of Leeds suggests candidates on this email address for more information on regards to this.
Interested candidates must fill the application form in order to apply for Leeds International Summer School. However, candidates must register online to complete the application form. Candidates might need the following documents to complete the online application
The full 4-week program fee for Leeds International Summer School is £3,240. Similarly, the fee for the 2-week program (either block one or block two) is £1,820
Overall, the program fee covers the following things
If candidates have a GPA of 3.2 or above (or equivalent) then s/he will be eligible to apply for one of 20 scholarships worth £500 to help pay their fees. Candidate can apply by completing the scholarship section of the summer school application form. Early bird discount is also available to attend the Leeds International Summer School. The program fee for four weeks program will be £3,090 to the candidates who submit an application by 1 April 2020. Similarly, the early bird program fee for two weeks module will be £1,745.
The University of Leeds is a public research university in Leeds, England. Having the motto of ‘And knowledge will be increased’, the university establishment dates to 1874 as the Yorkshire College of Science. It lies in the top 20 in the world for graduate employability. Moreover, the university has affiliations with 6 Nobel Laureates. Furthermore, Leeds was in the 19th position amongst multi-faculty institutions in the UK for the quality (GPA) of its research. Above all, the university is in 93rd position in the QS World University Rankings 2019. Also, it is the fifth-largest university in the UK in terms of student numbers.