Applications are now open for both the International Summer School and Sustainability Summer Programme
Fees and How to Pay
|1 Course||2 Courses|
Early Bird Discount
If you have registered your interest on our website form, prior to the opening of our application window, you will automatically receive a discount of £200 on top of any other scholarship contributions to your programme fee.
Please note this includes recipients of the Tuition Fee Exchange scholarships.
What’s Included Per Session
Each session fee includes the following:
- Self-catering accommodation on campus in Exeter in single, en-suite rooms
- Shared bed and breakfast accommodation in a central London hotel with family en-suite rooms (shared with either 2 or 3 students)
- Airport meet and greet and return transfers (within transfer window specified)
- Academic programme and access to Exeter Virtual Learning Environment, library and study spaces along with basic stationery equipment
- Registration at the University of Exeter with student identity card and access to wifi
- Social programme with all entrances provided as specified in the schedule
- Any transport specified on the programme including airport transfers
- 24 hour onsite support with emergency line from the International Summer School team on campus and during social programme
- Certificate of attendance and official academic transcript on completion of programme
- Taster postgraduate sessions and research skills workshops
The programme fee does not include the following:
- Transport to the meeting point for transfers (eg flights into the UK or transport from point of origin to the airport/Exeter)
- Medical or travel insurance
- Spending money
Private meet and greet outside of transfer hours and location
|Determined by location|
|Private meet and greet outside of transfer hours
||£25 per person|
|Optional excursion to Bath and/or Dartmoor
Please note – this is dependent on minimum booking numbers
|Determined according to numbers - Max £25|
What Happens if I Study Two Courses?
If you decide to study two courses during your time with us, please be aware that it will be an increased workload as you will studying on both timetable 1 and 2. Some courses are not suitable for studying in conjunction with others as they involve field trips over multiple days but this is specified in the courses list. You will also have additional time at the end of the programme in which to complete your assessment.
We offer a variety of scholarships towards your total programme fee, dependent on whether you meet the criteria of said scholarship.
There are also several other organisations which will provide scholarships but do rely on a bit of research. A good place to start is your local British Council.
|Scholarship name||Scholarship type||Requirements|
|Gilman Scholarship||5000$||Please see Gilman Scholarship for eligibility|
|Tuition fee scholarships||Partial scholarship (Tuition Fee waiver)||Please check with your Study Abroad/Global Engagement Office at your home institution to see whether we have an agreement in place with your institution and follow their application procedures.|
|Partnership Recognition||Partial scholarship (£500)||Please check with your home institution to see whether we have extended this scholarship to your university and then apply as normal. This will be automatically added to your programme fee upon successful application.|
|GPA Celebration||Partial scholarship (£500)||This will be automatically applied to any successful application that supports a GPA of 3.7 or above. This must be evidenced by a recent official transcript.|
Please note only one scholarship can be applied to a programme fee at any one time. Where an applicant is eligible to receive more than one scholarship, the largest scholarship amount will take precedence.
This does not include the Early Bird Discount which is applied on top of any scholarships.
Once you have completed your application form, you will receive an email to state whether you have been successful in your application. If you are successful, you will also receive an attached Offer Letter. This will specify the next steps to take.
In order to confirm your place on the programme, you will need to make a deposit payment of £300 within two weeks of receiving your Offer Letter or any further amended Offer Letter.
|Final Payment Deadline||May 2021|
Any applications received after this datewill be required to make full payment in order to confirm a place.
Methods of Payment
There are three different ways to make payment with one preferred option:
This is our online payment site. Please follow the link above for either deposit payment or full payment. When making payment, please ensure to include the student name and reference number included on your Offer Letter to allow us to match your payment to your profile. Please note that the Deposit payment on the online store is fixed at £300 while the fee payment allows you to amend the amount. If you have already paid your deposit, please ensure you do not pay it a second time within the programme fee.
You are able to make a BACS transfer directly to our bank account. This is useful if the online store doesn’t accept your card payment for whatever reason or you do not have a suitable card to make the payment. If you wish to make a BACS payment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and request the BACS transfer information before attempting to do so.
Please note that any refund processed by BACS can approximately take up to 1 month from start to finish to process.
Payment by Cheque
If you are unable to make payment in any other way, the University will accept payment of total programme fees or deposit by cheque. If you wish to make payment via cheque, please contact email@example.com for further instructions.
Care has been taken in the preparation of the programme but the University reserves the right to cancel or alter the courses available, the content of courses, day trips or social events due to unforeseen circumstances.
In the unlikely event that a course is cancelled you will be offered a place on another course or a full refund.
We also require each student to sign our Code of Conduct. If any student should breach this Code of Conduct, we reserve the right to request the student leave the programme at their own expense. In this instance, no refund shall be provided.
In order to withdraw from the programme, you should let us know by email.
If you have paid the programme fees or deposit and need to withdraw, fees will then be refunded in accordance with the terms set out below:
- Before 3 May – 98% of the amount paid
- After 3 May – the deposit of £300 becomes non-refundable (we have fixed fees to pay per participant)
- Within the first two days of the programme – 50% of the programme fees
- After the first two days of the programme – no refund
All refunds are made in UK Sterling and we cannot refund any differences due to exchange rate fluctuations or any bank charges incurred. Refunds for online payments will be made onto the credit/debit card used to make the payment.
Please note that it is your own responsibility to ensure you are able to obtain a visa should you need one. If you are refused a visa, the refund terms and conditions set out above will still be in place.
My time spent on the International Summer School was easily some of the best three weeks I have experienced in my life. The history pathway offered an intellectually stimulating group of lectures that broadened my understanding of studying history and the many facets that a student of history has at their disposal. Aside from the educational portion of the program, the trip to London was a wonderful way to break the ice between all of the students while exploring London together. Meeting people from over thirty different countries is something I will never be able to forget. Everyone brings their own experiences and views, with opinions that force us to open our minds and delve out of our comfort zones. I highly recommend the University of Exeter Summer School to anyone that wants an intellectual, cultural, and social experience abroad that is not only affordable but also rewarding in every aspect of the word.
Christopher - University South Florida, USA