Manchester Metropolitan University

International Outgoing Summer School

Each year, we offer students from the Faculty of Business and Law the option to take part in a summer school programme, providing an excellent opportunity to gain academic and cultural experiences, with our trusted partners.

What is a Summer School?

A summer school is a short-term programme, provided by a host institution or school, that provides tuition and extra-curriculur activities during your summer break. Usually residential, participation in summer schools has been shown to have beneficial effects on academic progress.

Why would I consider a Summer School?

The options to take part in a Summer School programme provide excellent opportunities to gain academic, cultural and social experiences, offered by our trusted partners. Improve your CV, demonstrate your enthusiasm for a subject and develop transferable skills, with like-minded students from a variety of different countries.

Important Information

If you are thinking of travelling abroad for the summer, there are many things you will need to cover. Our staff are here to guide and support you every step of the way. Think carefully about eligibility criteria, application process and the below before you apply:

  • Flights
  • Insurance cost and cover
  • Accommodation
  • Transport to and from the campus
  • Daily budget

 

Entry Requirements

There are no formal requirements for the summer school programmes. However, it is a requirement that you are a student at Manchester Met. 

Enquiries 

For an informal discussion or for further information, please call us on 0161 247 6759 or email: bpe@mmu.ac.uk