The University of Warwick is delighted to be partnering with St Mary's University in Twickenham, delivering our next London-based Summer School in July 2018.
The University of Warwick is a world leading Russell Group University widely recognised as a world leader in research and education. Awarded 'University of the Year' (The Times and The Sunday Times 2015), Warwick has 22 subjects recently ranked in the UK’s top 10 for their field (The Times and Sunday Times’ Good University Guide 2018). Our exciting Summer School enables more students to benefit from our excellent teaching and academic expertise. With its long academic history, focus on excellence and community and enviable self-contained London campus location, St Mary's is our ideal partner for this exciting and enriching three week summer experience.
Renowned academics and speakers
At the Summer School, students are able to debate and discuss issues with renowned academics for example, Ken Binmore, CBE, Marcus Miller and Abhinay Muthoo. We also attract top guest speakers and offer interactive sessions with eminent public figures. Nobel Prize winner George Akerlof, the former Cabinet Secretary and Head of the UK Civil Service Lord Gus O’Donnell and eminent economist Lord Robert Skidelsky have all spoken in previous years.
Range of courses suitable for all levels
The range of courses on offer at the Summer School means there will be one that is right for you. Whether you are looking to boost your core knowledge or looking for something a bit more specialised, we have a course that is right for you.
We have courses for students who have previously studied the topic or for those who would like to learn a new discipline.
London, our Capital City on your doorstep
London is the political, economic and cultural capital of the UK. With a history stretching back over thousands of years, London is full of world-class tourist attractions (many free), top restaurants, beautiful open spaces and brilliant shopping as well as being one of the most diverse cities across the globe.