International Summer School

Fees and Scholarships

Fees

The tuition fee for the full eight-week International Summer School is £4,000; or £2,000 for one 15-credit, four-week module, and accommdation is £180 for en-suite and £175 for non-en-suite per week (click here for more information about housing). Once registration is open on 28 May, you will be able to make the payment for tuition and housing, we must have received this before 10 June 2019

In addition, participating in certain modules will incur an extra fee for field trip costs or lab materials. These are mandatory for enrolment and the fees for 2018 are as follows:

Once registration opens, please click the '£' to purchase your field trip through our online shop. 

British Film £15
British Theatre £110
Cool Britannia: How Fashion Shapes British Culture £85
Introduction to Drawing £55
Introductory Physics I £200
Introductory Physics II £200
Popular Literature in English: Children's Literature £65
Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll £65
The Royals: the British Monarchy through Art and Architecture £110
Youth and Youth Cultures £50

Please be sure to check the individual module syllabi for more information.

The £200 application fee must be made when you accept your offer of a place on the International Summer School. Due to the administration costs necessary for short intensive courses the application fee is non-refundable. Payment in full (minus the application fee of £200), including rent, is required by 10 June 2019. You must submit all fees by the required date in order to complete registration. Sussex does not offer facilities for deferred payment of fees.

Scholarships

Christopher’s perspective

Christopher Osborne One of my most enjoyable and rewarding experiences was participating in the International Summer School (ISS) at Sussex.

I studied philosophy because I wanted to better understand the theories and beliefs upon which academic endeavours rely. Our tutor, Dr Hadjioannou, was fantastic: he made the subject come alive and helped create a supportive and encouraging environment for us to learn and share ideas. Being part of a small and enthusiastic group of students genuinely interested in their chosen subject was a privilege.

The ISS was also a growth experience. I learnt about other cultures and more about my own, and I am a better person for this. One of the great things about working with students from other cultures is how you can experience the same things but interpret them differently, and this left me with a more expansive thinking style. This was one of my most valuable takeaways.

Looking back, I can't think of a better way to have spent those four Summer weeks and everyone from the tutors, to the students and the ISS staff were incredible. I learnt, I grew as a person and it was fun!

Christopher Osborne
University of Sussex, UK