Leeds International Summer School (LISS) combines world-class tuition and academic field trips with exciting excursions and social events. Choose from a diverse range of academic modules, meet interesting people from around the world and immerse yourself in British culture and society.
About the program
Estimated costs & bursary
How to apply
Leeds International Summer School (LISS) combines world-class tuition and academic field trips with exciting excursions and social events. Choose from a diverse range of academic modules, meet interesting people from around the world and immerse yourself in British culture and society. LISS has a busy social programme to help you make the most of your time in Leeds and the UK. The programme fee includes orientation activities, a farewell social and one full-day excursion per block.
Block 1: Saturday July 1, 2023 - Sunday July 29, 2023
Block 2: Sunday July 16, 2023 - Sunday July 29, 2023
To be eligible to participate in the Leeds International Summer School you must meet the following criteria.
LISS runs for four weeks and is made up of two blocks, each lasting two weeks. You’ll study one module per block.
If you’re applying for the full four-week programme, you should select one module from our block 1 modules and one module from our block 2 modules. If you’re applying for the two-week programme, you should select one module from your chosen block.
Block 1 Modules: https://www.leeds.ac.uk/leeds-international-summer-school/doc/block-1-modules
Block 2 Modules: https://www.leeds.ac.uk/leeds-international-summer-school/doc/block-2-modules
JMSB students can take the following University of Leeds summer courses from the above-mentioned module blocks.
Each module is worth 10 Leeds credits, so by completing the four-week programme, you’ll receive 20 Leeds credits. This is the equivalent to 6 US or 10 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits.
Host institution fee:
Leeds International Summer School (LISS) is an all-inclusive programme. Find out what is included in the 2023 programme fee and read about the scholarships we offer.
Full four-week programme: £3,550
Two-week programme (either block one or block two): £1,975
The programme fee includes:
Additional costs: Participants are responsible for paying their own airfare, meals, spending money, accommodations, books, immigration documents, optional social activities.
Concordia International offers a $ 1125 CDN to students who qualify. For more information on the bursary, visit the Concordia International funding webpage.
As a summer school student, you’ll usually live in on-campus University accommodation such as Charles Morris Hall (Dobree and Whetton Houses), Lyddon Hall, Ellerslie Global Residence or Henry Price Residences.
You’ll have the privacy of your own room and share bathroom, kitchen and dining facilities with other summer school students.
Breakfast and lunch are included from Monday to Friday. The kitchens have cooking facilities, but if you don’t feel like cooking for yourself, there are lots of places to eat on campus and hundreds of cafes and restaurants in the city centre.
February 24 2023
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