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UCL Summer School
London, United Kingdom (Abroad Opportunities Program)
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Program Terms: Summer
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Program Type: 3. Direct/External Programs
Program Description:
Program Description:
UCL Summer School 2020
We are delighted to announce the details of the 2020 UCL Summer School and hope that you will share this information with relevant colleagues and students at your institution. Applications won't open until December 2nd 2019 and those received before March 2nd 2020 will be exempt from our application fee.
The programme will follow the same format as previous years and will be split into two three-week sessions (dates can be found in the right-hand column). Students can apply for Session One, Session Two or Both Sessions, and will choose one UCL module per Session.
There are over 80 modules available and you can find detailed syllabi on our module index page. While most modules have been continued from our 2019 programme, we are excited to offer a number of new modules, each unique to the Summer School including:

Data Driven Web-Based Applications
Scientific Computing with Python and C++ (Level 2)
Health Data Science and Data Analytics in Healthcare (Level 2)
Public Art, Graffiti and the Right to the City
Gender Studies
Youth and Globalisation
Money, Banking and Cryptocurrencies
Digital Business Transformation
Economics for Sustainability: Climate Change and Social Inequalities
Educational Representations Through Media
Graphic Skills for Urban Studies
Climate Change and Sustainability in Practice
Making Policy in International Development
Global Migration and Health
Ability vs Disability: Guiding Growth and Function of the Musculoskeletal System
Populism and Challenge to Western Democracy

We will also continue to offer English Language Skills for Academic Purposes in both sessions. This and every other module consist of 45 contact hours and have a credit value of 4 US / 7.5 ECTS credits.
Outside of the classroom we offer guaranteed accommodation within walking distance to our campus in the heart of London and a programme of social events to ensure students make the most of their time in the city.

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This program is currently not accepting applications.