Summer Courses in Literature

A summer course is a great opportunity for students who wish to remain productive even after the finals of their spring semester. Many schools offer summer courses to help students catch up or get closer to earning their degree. What is a summer course in literature? It is a class that teaches topics related to literature. Some featured subjects may include world literature, Shakespeare, or classi… Read more

A summer course is a great opportunity for students who wish to remain productive even after the finals of their spring semester. Many schools offer summer courses to help students catch up or get closer to earning their degree.

What is a summer course in literature? It is a class that teaches topics related to literature. Some featured subjects may include world literature, Shakespeare, or classic literature. Students who take a course in this field of study can receive a deep understanding of certain types of literature. Scholars may also learn about poetry or contemporary prose. Summer courses count as credits and can often help students fulfill the required classes needed for their degree.

There are many benefits of taking a summer course in literature. By taking one of these sessions, students can become better readers and analyzers. They can also develop good study habits that can benefit them in future courses and sessions.

Summer courses often have similar prices to courses held at different times of the year. By contacting the schools of interest, scholars can determine exact prices and other important information concerning the summer course.

Those who take a summer course in literature can lead to future employment in this field of study. A few examples include school librarians, journalists, or literary critics. Students who enjoy literature may also enjoy careers that involve editing or writing, such as proofreaders, historians, or literary agents. Teaching careers in all grade levels can be a great option as well. Literature is a broad topic and can be beneficial in business, law, or other careers.

It’s not too hard to find schools that offer online courses in literature. Many schools worldwide offer both physical classes and online classes. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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University of Exeter International Summer School
Exeter, United Kingdom

This module explores a wide range of visual and literary texts, from gothic novels to Pre-Raphaelite paintings, which provide a sense of the extraordinary historical richness ... +

This module explores a wide range of visual and literary texts, from gothic novels to Pre-Raphaelite paintings, which provide a sense of the extraordinary historical richness of the Victorian era. -
Summer courses
English
Aug 2020
Campus
 
Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
Reims, France

Courses (possibility to choose 1, 2 or 3 weeks) consisting of twenty hours per week offering three possible levels: wrong beginner, intermediate (all skills plus culture) and ... +

Courses (possibility to choose 1, 2 or 3 weeks) consisting of twenty hours per week offering three possible levels: wrong beginner, intermediate (all skills plus culture) and advanced (all skills plus culture and literature). -
Summer courses
Full-time
French
01 Jun 2020
20 May 2020
Campus
 
Sorbonne University - Summer School
Paris, France

This cycle presents the role of French women in the history of France and their influence in the arts and literature.

This cycle presents the role of French women in the history of France and their influence in the arts and literature. -
Summer courses
Full-time
French
06 Jul 2020
Campus
 
Immerse Education
Cambridge, United Kingdom

The Immerse English Literature summer school programme asks participants to carefully consider what makes great works of writing stand out from the rest. After all, for every ... +

The Immerse English Literature summer school programme asks participants to carefully consider what makes great works of writing stand out from the rest. After all, for every Shakespeare, Milton, and J.K. Rowling of the world, there are countless others closely following their writing, carefully interpreting it, and analysing why it works. -
Summer courses
Full-time
2 weeks
English
Jul 2020
Campus
 
University of St Andrews - International Summer Programmes
Saint Andrews, United Kingdom

The University of St Andrews International Summer Programme offers students aged 16 to 18 the opportunity to experience lectures and tutorials taught in the Scottish academic ... +

The University of St Andrews International Summer Programme offers students aged 16 to 18 the opportunity to experience lectures and tutorials taught in the Scottish academic tradition. -
Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Campus
 
University of Exeter International Summer School
Exeter, United Kingdom

This module aims to explore the processes by which Shakespeare’s plays came into existence, how they achieved their unique status in English literature and culture, and how th ... +

This module aims to explore the processes by which Shakespeare’s plays came into existence, how they achieved their unique status in English literature and culture, and how the image of the genius ‘Bard’ problematizes understandings of Shakespeare’s plays as part of Shakespeare’s own world and our own. Following global commemorative celebrations of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death in 2016, the module will include examining issues that surround memorializing the dead, both in Shakespeare’s own time and our own. -
Summer courses
English
Aug 2020
Campus
 
Sorbonne University - Summer School
Paris, France

This cycle of conferences offers a journey through the major works of French literature, to discover or rediscover emblematic texts, bases of a common culture. In particular, ... +

This cycle of conferences offers a journey through the major works of French literature, to discover or rediscover emblematic texts, bases of a common culture. In particular, we discuss the works that made an impact during their creation and after. We thus examine what makes a classic, by considering the various ways in which literary productions play with aesthetic codes and fashion models - from the Renaissance to the contemporary period. Each conference considers a particular period of French literature and analyzes two works. -
Summer courses
Full-time
French
06 Jul 2020
Campus
 
Sorbonne University - Summer School
Paris, France

What are the main characteristics of France (art, literature, geography, history, and science)?

What are the main characteristics of France (art, literature, geography, history, and science)? -
Summer courses
Full-time
English
13 Jul 2020
Campus
 
Sorbonne University - Summer School
Paris, France

Cycle 2 invites to reflect on the concepts of modernity and postmodernity in the fields of literature, philosophy, the visual arts, and politics.

Cycle 2 invites to reflect on the concepts of modernity and postmodernity in the fields of literature, philosophy, the visual arts, and politics. -
Summer courses
Full-time
French
13 Jul 2020
Campus
 
University of St Andrews - International Summer Programmes
Saint Andrews, United Kingdom

The University of St Andrews International Summer Programme offers students aged 16 to 18 the opportunity to experience lectures and tutorials taught in the Scottish academic ... +

The University of St Andrews International Summer Programme offers students aged 16 to 18 the opportunity to experience lectures and tutorials taught in the Scottish academic tradition. -
Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Campus
 

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