The University of Warwick Summer School* 2020 (WSS) will be hosted in the iconic capital city of London. Our three-week Summer School provides a unique combination of learning and debating with renowned academics and high-profile guest speakers, living alongside your peers in a beautiful area of London and enjoying a fun and engaging social and cultural programme to give you a real taste of London.
Warwick Summer School 2018: Highlights
See the highlights from last years Summer School!
Whether you are looking for a course to boost your existing knowledge or would like to gain knowledge in a new area, we have a course to suit you.
Our exciting collaboration with St Mary’s University, London ensures we deliver the Summer School in a location which is hard to beat.
Guest speakers announced for 2019 – find out moreTHE WSS EXPERIENCEVIEW THE BROCHURE
Nobel Prize winner confirmed for Warwick Summer School
We are delighted and fortunate to welcome Nobel Laureate Professor George Akerlof to our Summer School, and provide our students with this wonderful opportunity to hear from one of the most distinguished economists and social scientists of our time.
Professor Akerlof’s talk will be part of our Guest Lecture Series as part of our Warwick Summer School. The lecture series is just one of the highlights of our fantastic summer school programme - you can find out more here.
There are many excellent reasons to apply for the Warwick Summer School including the fact that Warwick is a top 10 Russell Group University and 99.6% of our Summer School Alumni would recommend the programme.
Summer School students can apply to study one course for three weeks from a variety of exciting options including a range of Economics courses, English Language, Psychology, Data Science, Business, Public Policy, Leadership and Marketing.
Find out what you can expect from our Summer School by seeing what previous students have experienced including guest lectures from Nobel prize winners, exciting trips and top quality teaching.
*Please note, the current information displayed on our website is from our successful 2019 programme. Updated information for the 2020 programme will be available soon!