Global Summer School
If you are a high school student age 16 - 17 years old* and have a passion for science, technology, engineering or mathematics, then the Imperial College London Global Summer School is just the opportunity for you!
What is the Imperial Global Summer School?
Our Summer School is your chance to live, learn and have fun in the heart of London at a university ranked eighth best in the world. Watch our video to hear what students thought of the Summer School 2015.
During the Summer School students can:
- learn from world-class academics and researchers
- study alongside students from all over the world
- work on challenging, real-world projects, developing your subject knowledge and honing your business skills
The Summer School isn’t all about work – you will also be able to explore London and other parts of the UK through our programme of social activities. This may include, for example:
- day trips to famous UK cities
- team building tasks
- London tours and theatre shows
When and where
- 27 June to 9 July and 8 to 20 August 2016
The Summer Schools take place at our South Kensington Campus in the heart of London. This is close to major international airports and served by three Tube lines.
Summer School students will stay in our student accommodation in South Kensington, typically in twin rooms sharing with another Summer School student of the same gender.
Students enrolling in the Imperial College London Global Summer School will be required to be 16 years of age by 31 August 2016, and should not be over 17 years of age at any point during their Summer School period. For example, a student enrolled in the Summer School from 27 June to 9 July 2016 should either be already between 16 and 17 years of age, or have their sixteenth birthday before 31 August 2016, and not reach the age of 18 years on or before the 9 July 2016.