Below you will find more information on where and how your teaching and assessments will take place during the Warwick Summer School. For course specific entry requirements, module information and to find out more about our teaching team, please make sure you look at the specific course pages.
Teaching and Learning
Each course offered at the Summer School contains 64 hours of teaching. These hours of study include:
- 33 hours of course lectures
- 10 hours of seminars
- 3 hours of revision classes
- 8 hours of guest lectures
- 10 office hours
Students are also expected to complete 86 hours of independent study throughout the programme.
All of our courses have an optional assessment which is usually a two hour exam on the final day of the programme. Some of our courses assess students via other methods such as coursework or presentations, please see each course webpage for further information. Towards the end of the final week, there will be revision classes for courses which have an optional 2-hour examination.
Certificates, Transcripts and Credit Transfer
All students will be awarded a certificate of attendance by the University of Warwick upon completion of the programme and this is sent to students after the programme comes to an end. In addition to an attendance certificate, students who sit the optional course assessment will also be sent an official University of Warwick transcript of results which can often be used for credit transfer at your home institution. Students who wish to gain credit should contact their Study Abroad Office or the office at their university that deals with external credit. It is ultimately up to a student's home institution as to how much credit is awarded but we are happy to provide any necessary information to your registry or academic advisor to help them evaluate our courses. Students in previous years who have successfully transferred credits for our courses have received 7.5 ECTS/3 US credits. It is advisable for students to ensure they check with their home institution about credit transfer prior to their arrival.
Teaching will take place at Warwick's beautiful self-contained campus in the heart of England. Our campus is designed to cater for all of your learning needs. And, we’re constantly reimagining how to make this space both welcoming and intellectually enriching.
You can benefit from a variety of flexible, well-equipped study spaces and teaching facilities across the University. The Oculus, our outstanding learning hub, houses state-of-the-art lecture theatres and innovative social learning and network areas. The University Library provides access to over one million printed works and tens of thousands of electronic journals, and you'll find flexible individual and group study spaces in our three Learning Grids.