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The cost of summer courses varies from school to school. Courses at more elite colleges and universities cost considerably more than those at smaller or state schools. The cost is also dependent on the number of courses a student enrolls in.

A Master is a degree that demonstrates students have completed advanced studies in their field of training. This program is available for students with an undergraduate degree, and it often takes one to two years to complete.

Exeter is home to many higher education institutions, universities and joint projects of more universities. One of them is the largest employer in the city. There is also a large number of religious institutions.

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University of Exeter International Summer School

This programme is designed for students between the ages of 15 and 18 who are interested in a future career in the area of Law. ... [+]

Summer Courses 2019/2020 in Exeter United Kingdom.

This programme is designed for students between the ages of 15 and 18 who are interested in a future career in the area of Law.

The four areas that the course intends to address include the following:

Provide insight into careers in law both in the UK and internationally. Explore different areas of study concerned with the legal system. Learn about the foundations, history and different specialisms within the law. Preparation for life as a student at highly rated Russel Group University and elsewhere.

The course is an opportunity for high school students and equivalents around the world to get together and learn about their potential futures, giving everyone a real insight into what it takes to work in the profession of law in today’s times and what they should expect in their future studies.... [-]

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University of Exeter International Summer School

This programme is designed for students between the ages of 15 and 18 who are interested in a future career in the field of business and the economy. ... [+]

This programme is designed for students between the ages of 15 and 18 who are interested in a future career in the field of business and the economy.

The four areas that the course intends to address include the following:

Provide insight into careers in industry and the economy both in the UK and internationally. Explore different areas of study concerned with Business, Management & Economy. Learn about the foundations, relationships and stakeholders in the trade industry and economy, including how it relates to policy. Preparation for life as a student at highly rated Russel Group University and elsewhere.

The course is an opportunity for high school students and equivalents around the world to get together and learn about their potential futures, giving everyone a real insight into what it takes to work in the profession of business in today’s times and what they should expect in their future studies.... [-]

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University of Exeter International Summer School

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 rich ... [+]

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.

In this module, we will study a series of major Victorian texts in detail, including a novel by Charles Dickens; some poetry by Tennyson and Browning; short stories by Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells and Mary Braddon; as well as art and architecture. We will place the literature and art in their historical, social, political and cultural contexts.

The module is organized around the following significant themes, which galvanized the Victorians, as much as they concern us today:... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

This module will focus on the European Convention on Human Rights and its law, as interpreted by the European Court of Human Rights, and by the English courts through the ... [+]

This module will focus on the European Convention on Human Rights and its law, as interpreted by the European Court of Human Rights, and by the English courts through the (UK) Human Rights Act. This module aims to equip you with essential human rights law knowledge, and the key skills for understanding current developments in human rights law. It will encourage you to follow the latest developments, and sharpen your critical thinking skills.

Self Catering Accommodation Provided 4 Day trip to London Social Programme including day trips and evening activities Application Deadline 24th May 2019 £2,400 per session

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United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

This course focuses on the growth and management of global enterprises from the emergence of the modern multinational to the present day. In studying the dynamics of inte ... [+]

This course focuses on the growth and management of global enterprises from the emergence of the modern multinational to the present day. In studying the dynamics of international business we take these enterprises (commonly referred to as MNEs, MNCs or TNCs) as our key actors, and use an interdisciplinary approach to assess the challenges associated with developing strategies and managing operations across national boundaries. We explore, therefore, the interplay between the multinational enterprise, the countries in which it does business, and the competitive environment in which it operates. This approach will ensure that global enterprise is framed in a wide political, social, historical and economic context.... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

This module explores the economic, societal and environmental impacts and implications of climate change, as well as the technological solutions available; focusing on re ... [+]

This module explores the economic, societal and environmental impacts and implications of climate change, as well as the technological solutions available; focusing on research currently being done by academics at the University of Exeter. The course begins with a general introduction to Climate Change and then examines three main topics in greater detail: Water Resources and Engineering, Renewable Energy, and Earth Systems. This is a technical program, coordinated by the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, and is centred around the theory and application of climate change science. Although not a requisite, it is desirable to have a scientific background, and you can expect to come across technical terminology during this course.... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

For much of the 19th and 20th century, Britain was the world’s superpower, and its imperial connections not only left deep traces in America, Africa and Asia but also in ... [+]

For much of the 19th and 20th century, Britain was the world’s superpower, and its imperial connections not only left deep traces in America, Africa and Asia but also in Britain itself. Thus to understand modern British history it is necessary to see it in a global perspective: not only were British politics and economics influenced by imperial considerations but also most of its wars were global conflicts. Furthermore, British culture – food, fashion and architecture – was, and still is, shaped by its imperial legacy. By combining political, social and military history, this module introduces you to the key developments, ideas, events and people that shaped modern British history.

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United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

This module introduces you to the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, implemented across England from 2008. The programme sought to address a si ... [+]

This module introduces you to the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, implemented across England from 2008. The programme sought to address a significant problem in the provision of psychological therapies in England but is a challenge experienced in many parts of the world. That is, limited access to ‘evidence-based psychological therapies’ for the treatment of ‘high-prevalence’ or ‘common’ mental health problems, often resulting in very long waiting times and difficulties concerning the acceptability of treatments being offered, or in meeting the needs of people with some feature of diversity.

The module is also designed to provide you with knowledge concerning the presentation of common mental health difficulties and equip you with a theoretical understanding of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Further, the module provides you with a critical appreciation as to how the organisation of mental health service delivery, development of a new mental health workforce and implementation of low-intensity CBT is being used to address problems regarding the availability of evidence-based psychological therapies and excessive waiting times.... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

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 h ... [+]

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.

The module focuses its attention on A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet and The Tempest. Through a combination of play-specific classes, performance workshops, and classes dedicated to the details of historical context students will examine:... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

Preventive Medicine: Exercise and the Environment offers a detailed exploration of preventive health issues related to physical activity and the environment. Drawing upo ... [+]

Preventive Medicine: Exercise and the Environment offers a detailed exploration of preventive health issues related to physical activity and the environment. Drawing upon sustained research in these topics at Exeter, you will gain a deeper understanding of the science behind the interaction of physical activity and the environment with health across the lifespan.

This course is aimed primarily at those undergraduates and graduates with a keen interest in exercise, physical activity, health, medicine and the environment. If you have a background in biology, sports science, kinesiology, medicine, psychology, or professions allied to medicine, you will be well prepared for this course.... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

This stimulating course will provide you with the opportunity to engage with some of the most challenging and pressing issues of international relations and conflict. Yo ... [+]

This stimulating course will provide you with the opportunity to engage with some of the most challenging and pressing issues of international relations and conflict. You will explore the main characteristics of today’s global security environment, from terrorism to tensions produced by climate change, from nuclear proliferation to the migration crisis.

You will consider how various schools of thought can decisively strengthen our analysis of these issues, which will lead to an appreciation of the complex role of factors like military capabilities, economic structures, international institutions, identities and ideologies, or language and emotions.... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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University of Exeter International Summer School

Which promises are legally binding, and which are not? What happens if you break a promise? In what circumstances can you escape from your promise? These are the fundamen ... [+]

Which promises are legally binding, and which are not? What happens if you break a promise? In what circumstances can you escape from your promise? These are the fundamental questions of contract law. And contract law is important because of the extent to which it governs our lives: when we are shopping in the supermarket, or renting a house, or employed at work, or booking a holiday - most of our transactions, whether routine or exceptional, are contractual. This module will provide an introduction to the major principles of English contract law.

Self Catering Accommodation Provided 4 Day trip to London Social Programme including day trips and evening activities Application Deadline 24th May 2019 £2,400 per session ... [-]
United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
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