King's College London
offers two summer sessions each year. Students may choose to enroll in one or both sessions. Each session offers a broad range of courses including literature, business, law, science, classical languages, health science, political science and social science. All courses are offered at an introductory level and focus on hands-on experiential learning. A full list of courses can be found on the King's website.
To ensure students are well informed on the programme King's College will be running webinars over two separate days that aim to provide prospective students with a clear overview of the King’s Undergraduate Summer School and to highlight any important information they’ll require when considering making an application. This is also an opportunity for students to ask any particular questions they may have about the Summer School and coming to London. They will be running pre-arrival webinars for all prospective students throughout Friday the 3rd of February and Friday the 3rd of March.
There is an extensive orientation program before the start of each semester.
King’s is a comprehensive university that offers courses in a wide range of subject areas. Generally courses are 15 British credits, the equivalent of 4 U.S. credits and a full course load for the semester is 60 British credits (four courses). Grades do not transfer to Marquette University for this program. Only credits will transfer provided that a grade of “C” or higher is earned.
Summer student housing is in university housing
with a private ensuite room with shared ktichen facilities. All accomodations are secure and within walking distance to the University.
GeoBlue International Health Insurance * $38.00
Host Program Tuition $2,130.00
Room and Board $1,480.00
London, England’s capital, is the most populous and wealthiest city of Great Britain. It offers a cosmopolitan mixture of different cultures and traditions. Students can find an endless list of world-class museums, monuments, buildings, churches and historical sites. London is also well known for its food, clothing and flower markets across the city. The areas of Piccadilly and Leicester Square offer many opportunities to experience London’s theaters, and students can purchase discount tickets to many of the productions. Other famous sights include the Tower of London, Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and St. Paul’s Cathedral. London is also at the heart of the world’s financial markets. It has a high concentration of international expertise and capital, and it has a great legal and regulatory system to support it.