The programme, a non-credit bearing summer school, delivered by a series of lectures, workshops and fieldtrips to local community organisations, will enable students to benefit from working alongside their peer group of international delegates whilst experiencing academic life in vibrant Manchester.
The Summer School is aimed at international students with an interest in food and nutrition who may also aspire to join our Masters programmes. The programme includes product development, debates, visits to production centres with a view to the food culture of the city.
The International Summer School is an opportunity to learn about British history and culture, experience the vibrant life of Manchester, develop your academic skills, and meet new friends from across the world.
Every year, the School offers a general studies curriculum around various key political, social, and cultural themes easily accessible to undergraduate students from all majors and backgrounds. To complement the academic learning experience, the School also provides a varied programme of trips and activities. The three-week programme of study is offered on both a credit (7.5 ETCS) and non-credit bearing basis.