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AISP Application 2021/22: Round 2 - residential modules

WIISP Residential modules - Video transcript

The Warwick International Intensive Study Programmes residential modules provide you with an opportunity to attend classes at various dynamic European locations, such as Venice and Brussels.

These modules, which extend and expand on the subject matter, can comprise complementary site visits, guest lecturers and/or activities alongside the academic curriculum.

Participants benefit from all aspects of the Alliance Intensive Study Programme, which includes:

- Typically studying alongside students from top international universities, such as Monash and EUTOPIA partners

- Learning collaboratively and connecting with others to experience innovative, active learning, which applies theory to real world issues whilst working in teams and individually

- Through global exposure and experience, gaining new employability skills relevant to today's globalised world

- Access to a complementary enhancement programme.

Subject to meeting eligibility criteria, participants attending residential modules may have access to Turing funding.

See the website for more details.

This is an opportunity to apply for a co-curricular (0 CATS) place on one of the residential modules - note these are open to students at all degree levels/stage of study.

Applications are likely to be competitive, so please only apply if you are committed to taking the module if successful.

The world has changed and we've learnt how important technology is in bringing people together. We understand though, you still want global exposure and experiences so that you can become part of a wider international community. At Warwick, we're in the unique position to be able to deliver just that.

We've worked with our leading Australian partner, Monash University, to design an innovative, blended learning experience. The programme is taught by academics from the University of Warwick and delivered in short, intensive blocks during the middle of the year.

By participating, you'll get to consider new ideas from an international perspective, learn collaboratively with students from top global universities and gain employability skills relevant for today's world.

Depending on your programme, you will either receive credits or attendance will be noted on your HEAR.

Challenge your thinking, develop your confidence and open up a world of opportunities.

Apply today.

Second round applications for AISP 2021-22 are now closed. Thank you for your time.