Summer Courses

Summer School at British Universities

The London School of English is working in partnership with some world class universities to offer our course participants the opportunity to combine an English language course with a summer university course.

The London School of English course participants do not have to meet the standard IELTS requirement for these programmes. We will assess your level of English during your course to make sure you have the correct level.

There are a wide range of subjects available at the university summer schools, which you can take for academic credit* or for professional and personal development.

For more information please contact us.

Summer school at King's College London

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The King’s College London Undergraduate Summer School is a high quality and intensive academic programme open to students from around the world. King's College offer university-level summer courses which use a fresh approach to the study of traditional academic subjects.

Using London as a classroom, students discover history and culture through museums, galleries and tours in different parts of London.

The Undergraduate Summer School can be used to develop existing knowledge of a subject or to study something completely new. Most courses do not require previous knowledge of the subject, which provides the opportunity to study courses for personal interest or to develop academic knowledge of a new subject.

As well as a structured academic programme, the Undergraduate Summer School has a lively social programme that allows students the option of participating in trips and activities to popular UK destinations and London exhibitions and events. In the past this has included day trip to Windsor and Oxford, boat trips down the River Thames and seeing popular West End shows.

These events are very varied and provide the opportunity for each participant to make the most of what London has to offer.

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Course options:-Arts & Humanities
-Social Science & Public Policy
-Life Sciences and Medicine
-Natural & Mathematical Sciences

See all module options here.
Course dates:Session 1:
1-19 July 2019
Session 2:
22 July – 9 August 2019
Academic qualifications:To be allowed to attend the King's Undergraduate Summer School students will have ideally completed at least one year of university study.

Students are required to have a high overall university grade in their national university system, for example in the UK within the 2:1 range or in the USA a GPA of 3.3 or above. We accept similar grades from most other international university systems. Students are also required to meet our English language requirements, please see below.
English language qualifications:The London School of English students will be assessed in-house so don't need to take IELTS but must gain an IELTS 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each skill. Students studying Business or Law courses at Middlesex may also be interested in our Business English 20-30 and Young Lawyers courses.
Course length:The King's Undergraduate Summer School runs for two sessions, and both last three weeks. Students can choose to study in one or two sessions.
Course fees:For a full list of study fees please contact the King's College London by clicking here.
Location:The King's Summer School is situated in the heart of London on our Strand and Waterloo campuses, in walking distance from some of the most popular London landmarks including the London Eye, the River Thames, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden and the West End.
Accommodation:The accommodation option for students on the King's Undergraduate Summer School includes the Moonraker Point apartment which is centrally located and close to the King's campuses. For more information visit Campus Accommodation.
How to book: Contact us for more details.

* For students who want to receive credit for the King's Undergraduate Summer School courses, you will need to confirm with your home university before attending the Summer School that they will apply this as credit towards your degree programme.

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Level 1 (Beginner)

I do not speak any English.

Level 2 (Elementary)

I can say and understand a few things in English.

Level 3 (Pre-Intermediate)

I can communicate simply and understand in familiar situations but only with some difficulty.

Level 4 (Low Intermediate)

I can make simple sentences and can understand the main points of a conversation but need much more vocabulary.

Level 5 (Intermediate)

I can speak and understand reasonably well and can use basic tenses but have problems with more complex grammar and vocabulary.

Level 6 (Upper Intermediate)

I speak and understand well but still make mistakes and fail to make myself understood occasionally.

Level 7 (Pre-Advanced)

I speak and understand well but still make mistakes and fail to make myself understood occasionally.

Level 8 (Advanced)

I speak and understand very well but sometimes have problems with unfamiliar situations and vocabulary.

Level 9 (Very Advanced)

I speak and understand English completely fluently.