|Click here for a definition of this term Class Eligibility:||0-First Year and Above||Click here for a definition of this term Minimum GPA:||3.0|
|Click here for a definition of this term Language Prerequisite:||None||Click here for a definition of this term Language(s) of Instruction:||All courses in English|
|Click here for a definition of this term Course Prerequisite(s):||None||Click here for a definition of this term Housing Options:||Apartment, Dormitory|
|Click here for a definition of this term Internship Option:||No||Click here for a definition of this term Volunteer/Service Opportunities:||No|
|Click here for a definition of this term Max Credits To Receive/Transfer:||04||Click here for a definition of this term Disciplines of Classes Available:||Anthropology, Art History, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communications, Education, English, Entrepreneurship, Finance, History, International Studies, International Studies: Europe, Management, Marketing, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health Studies, Sociology|
|Click here for a definition of this term Program Capacity:||Unlimited||Click here for a definition of this term Program Advisor/Manager:||Catherine Hinken|
|ELR Unit:||1 unit|
The University of Sussex is located in Brighton, a friendly city by the sea that could have been designed for students. Brash, buzzing, and lively all year round, Brighton is an eccentric, tolerant, and cosmopolitan place. The Sussex campus is a refreshing contrast, set in open parkland, with an excellent range of social and academic facilities. The International Summer School provides an opportunity to meet and study with people from different countries and cultures and take a variety of classes. The Sussex International Office oversees the International Summer School program and works closely with students to ensure an excellent experience.
Courses are offered in a variety of areas, including, but not limited to, art, business, international relations, literature, and political science. See separate course listing for more information. Students take one course (4 credits) per session.
The course(s) also satisfy(ies) the Experiential Learning Requirement for the General Studies requirement.
Grades count toward an Elon GPA.
Study abroad courses may not be taken on an audit or pass/fail basis, regardless of the host institution's policy.
Costs for study abroad vary program to program and will not be exactly the same as on-campus costs of attendance at Elon.
For cost information for this program, please see the summer budget sheet.
GEC Access Scholarships are designed to help provide access for all undergraduate students to participate in an Elon-approved Global Engagement (study abroad or Study USA) program. The application for a GEC Access Scholarship is a questionnaire embedded in the outgoing program application--there is no external application. Please see the GEC Access Scholarship brochure for information on eligibility, conditions, and notification.
For additional information on scholarships or other funding for global engagement, see the Financial Planning for Global Study page.
Students can apply for summer financial aid through Elon University in person in the Office of Financial Planning in the spring semester. Summer financial aid applications are due May 1.
If you qualify for a travel grant through any of the fellows or scholars programs, see the appropriate program director for more information on how to apply the grant to your global engagement program. Visit the Deadlines and Events Calendar for travel grant deadlines.
All Summer School students living on campus will be housed in the brand new Northfields site and in Lewes Court, in single en-suite rooms. This means that each room has its own bathroom. Linens are provided. Rooms include equipped kitchens in which students can prepare meals.
Students must complete the online Elon University Study Abroad Application by the published deadline. See the Deadline and Events Calendar for the most up-to-date deadline information. Applications are generally accepted one semester in advance.
A successful semester and summer abroad is dependent upon adequate preparation. Students will participate in a series of mandatory orientations during the semester prior to studying abroad. These orientations will address issues of academic, cultural, logistical, financial, and personal preparation, as well as health and safety. Failure to participate in the required orientations will result in dismissal from the program. Any financial losses incurred by this dismissal, including program fees and international airfare, are the student's full responsibility.
Learn more about the International Summer School at the University of Sussex.
Connect with the GEC, global engagement alumni, and prospective students on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. And keep in touch with us using #ElonGlobal!
Contact Global Ambassadors to learn more from global engagement alumni. Global Ambassadors are GEC student representatives that have participated in one or more study abroad or Study USA programs and have been trained to help you prepare for your own global engagement. They are looking forward to hearing from you!
Embassy, Consulate, and Visa Resources
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Summer||2018||02/15/2018 **||Rolling Admission||07/22/2018||08/18/2018|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applications will be reviewed on a space-available basis and applicants will be notified of their application status within two weeks of submission.
Indicates that deadline has passed