The Cass London Summer School is currently accepting applications from international students for an opportunity to study a credit bearing graduate/postgraduate module in an intensive block format, whilst making the most of what London has to offer to students from around the globe.
The Cass London Summer School will offer deep insights into component business disciplines, with all teaching based in our modern postgraduate facility on the doorstep of the City of London and London’s Tech City. The program will offer an enriching package that includes welcome drinks and networking events plus the teaching schedule is designed to give partcipants the chance to explore this great city, and those nearby, at weekends.
Dates and Fees
The Cass London Summer School will run from Monday 4 July – Friday 22 July 2016.
Sessions will cover the following:
- formal lectures
- illustrative examples
- mini case studies
- group discussion.
Students will also be expected to engage in a number of hours of independent learning which will be supported through our Moodle Virtual Learning Environment. These sessions are demanding but highly rewarding.
Tuition fees for the Cass London Summer School 2016 will be be £1500 payable by the deadline of 1 July 2016.
Fees are non-refundable.
*Current students and alumni of City University London and Cass MSc offer holders for 2016/17 are eligible for a 10% tuition fee discount.
- Submit your Transcript/interim transcript
- A Level (or equivalent) Results will be required
- Your CV
- Personal statement (250 words) – Please ensure you state which module you wish to study.
- IELTS (if applicable)
Do well to upload the above listed documents to your online application portal..
How to apply
The Cass London Summer School is currently open to undergraduates and graduates of any course. The program has several demanding modules so do well to examine the module specifications above before you decide which course is the right one for you.
We require all Cass London Summer School students who have not studied a degree programme taught in English before to have an overall IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall (with a minimum of 6.5 in writing).
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