If you are a first year student interested in trading in your Canberra winter for an English summer, you should consider studying at the University of East Anglia in the medieval city of Norwich, England. With a broad range of four week programs available, this short course has something for everyone.
Students can spend their time studying:
- Branding, Advertising and Digital Marketing
- Creative Writing
- Digital Animation
- Global Media and Communications Law
- Inequality and Society in the Globalised World
- Japan and it's Place in the World
- Plague and Disease in the Medieval City
- Reading Shakespeare's England
- Religion and Rebellion: Medieval East Anglia
The International Summer School runs from 24 June
to 21 July 2017
at University of East Anglia's campus in Norwich, a bustling city which still contains many of its original medieval features. Course content and assessment varies depending on the class, with all the programs being taught by top-tier experts and researchers. The program also includes a number of cultural events, including optional weekend trips to London, Cambridge, Bath and Stonehenge.
First year students nominated through Global Programs will be given access to a special rate of £1,895. Later year ANU students who apply directly to UEA are eligible for their partner discount rate of £2,395. The full details of what this fee includes can be found on the UEA website
Under the ANU PRIMO first-year learning abroad programs, first-year Australian citizen and permanent resident ANU students can apply for one of a number of Endeavour grants to assist them with the program and living costs of this course. There are 10 grants available for first year students with a value of $2,000 AUD each, designed to go towards paying part of the tuition fee.
Students who are in their first year, either having completed 24 or 48 units - and yet to commence second-year - are eligible to be considered for one of the grants. Later-year students are welcome to apply directly to UEA, but cannot be considered for one of the grants.
Students can receive 6 units of credit (equivalent to one semester-long course) for their UEA studies. Students should contact their college when applying to discuss credit options.
It is a condition of the PRIMO first-year learning abroad program grants associated with this global study opportunity that students receive academic credit for the course within their ANU degree. Credit transfer arrangements must be validated and observed by your ANU college(s) and you must receive prior confirmation from your ANU college(s) that you will receive academic credit upon successful completion of this external course.
Further information about this program can be found on the University of East Anglia's website