Experience excellent Warwick teaching in the heart of New Delhi. The Summer School will be taught and led by Professor Abhinay Muthoo, Professor of Economics in the Warwick University Economics Department and former Head of the Department of Economics. Students will enjoy the state-of-the-art facilities of The British School in the heart of New Delhi.
The 2018 Delhi Warwick Summer School runs from Monday 25 June 2018 to Friday 29 June 2018 inclusive - register now.
There are many excellent reasons to apply for the Delhi Warwick Summer School including the fact we are rated in the top five of all the major specialist subject league tables for Economics in the UK.
Summer School students will study our unique course Introduction to Economics with Finance. The teaching will be delivered and led by Professor Muthoo from The University of Warwick.
Students will receive top quality teaching in the state-of-the-art facilities of The British School. They will also have a range of personal development sessions, ensuring the overall experience is both educational and fun.
Professor of Economics and the former Head of the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick, Dean of Warwick in London and Director of the Warwick Policy Lab. Abhinay’s research interests include conflict and negotiation, international development and public policy.
Professor Muthoo will be supported by Siobhan Benita, who will deliver the Personal Development and Soft Skills sessions.
Siobhan is the Chief Strategy Officer of Warwick in London (WiL) and Co-Director of the Warwick Policy Lab at the University of Warwick. Before starting her current role of Chief Strategy Officer of Warwick in London, on 1st August 2016, Siobhan was the Chief Policy and Strategy Officer of the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick for just under three years.
Delhi Warwick Summer School is a unique collaboration between The University of Warwick and The British School, New Delhi supported by colleagues from University Options.
The British School in New Delhi was established in 1963 and is based in the heart of the diplomatic area in Chanakyapuri. It is home to a rich cultural mix of almost 850 students with 55 nationalities and offers exceptionally high academic standards and new state-of-the-art facilities alongside a respect for Indian tradition and culture. It is the perfect place to experience top quality teaching from a top British university.
The first Delhi Warwick Summer School took place in 2015 as a result of collaboration between academics from Warwick University, staff from the British School and colleagues from the University Options team. http://www.universityoptions.in/