About the summer schools
Our Summer Schools offer participants a real insight into life at a competitive, research intensive university. Each Summer School is different, but they all usually involve staying in our halls of residence, attending academic taster sessions, social activities and experiencing the campus’s sports facilities. Participants also have the opportunity to meet current Warwick students during our Summer Schools.
The University of Warwick Outreach team have been holding Summer Schools for UK students from non-traditional backgrounds since 2012. In 2019, we welcomed over four hundred students aged between 15 and 18 years old on to our campus and we held our first online summer school for 16-17 year olds in 2020.
Warwick Summer Schools usually take place during July and August; applications for the Year 12 Sutton Trust Summer School 2021 are now open! Plans for all other summer schools are still being finalised so please check back here in early 2021 or contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Register your interest for our Explore Warwick Year 8 and 9 Summer Series here
The key information about our 2021 Summer Schools are contained within this menu. Open each section to find out more.
Academic sessions will centre on a specific subject or topic stream. For 2021, these are:
• Classics and Ancient History, Film & Television Studies and History of Art
Plans for pre-16 Summer Schools are still being finalised for 2021. If you have any questions about this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org where a member of our team will be happy to help.
The eligibility is listed under each individual Summer School tab. If you have any questions about the criteria then please contact us via email at email@example.com and a member of staff will be more than happy to advise.
Of course! If you need to contact your parents whilst you are on the summer school and don't have your mobile phone with you then you are more than welcome to speak to one of the members of staff who will find a way to put you in contact with your parents/carers.
It is completely normal to feel homesick and you might feel you’d rather be on your own but remember that the feeling will pass. Your group leader or a member of staff is available for a chat, anytime. They are here to support you during your time at the Summer School.
You will be asked to complete a section regarding any additional requirements during the application process. We try to ensure we can cater to all religious requirements when you attend the summer school, if you have any additional needs just let us know.
Firstly we hope that you don't get ill but if you do then we will contact your parent/carer.