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This program is no longer accepting applications. Although you missed the opportunity this year, check back in early spring for more information about the summer 2019 program.
The following program is a summer program offered at a partner institution. Partner summer programs are considered "general study abroad" and are not part of the UTD exchange agreement. Tuition and fees for summer programs are paid directly to the partner institution itself.
Founded in 1881, the University of Liverpool is a dynamic, welcoming institution and a member of the prestigious Russell Group, a collective organization representing the top 24 research universities in the UK. Their pioneering reputation attracts students, experts, and partners from around the world. Through research, teaching, and collaborations, the University of Liverpool seeks to be life changing and world shaping.
The University of Liverpool's International Summer School is a short-term program that allows students to study and live on the city center campus, participate in a range of social and cultural activities, and explore British culture in the vibrant, friendly city of Liverpool.
Learn more about International Summer School
International Summer School 2018
June 25 - July 13, 2018
July 16 - August 3, 2018
Students can apply for one or both sessions. Students must apply separately for the program on the Education Abroad portal as well as the International Summer School program website by clicking on the links below.
1. Apply on the International Summer School website.Click Here
2. Apply on the UT Dallas - Education Abroad Portal. Click Here
2018 Participation Fees
One session (tuition and housing)
Both sessions (tuition and housing)
The academic program at the University of Liverpool's International Summer School includes a variety of modules that are grouped into thematic pathways. Students can opt to concentrate their studies within one pathway or pick and mix modules to suit their needs and interests. The available pathways for summer 2018 include:
Global Grand Challenges
Communication in a Connected World
Each session provides the opportunity to take up to four modules, earning 20 University of Liverpool credits (equivalent to 10 ECTS credits and approximately 5 UTD credits).
Participants will also benefit from various social and cultural activities designed to help students make the most of their time in Liverpool and the UK. These include full-day cultural excursions, sporting activities, conversation clubs, afternoon sightseeing trips, and more.
Students will be housed in Crown Place, a self-catered student residence hall. Crown Place consists of en-suite bedrooms within apartments of 6 or 7 students; each flat includes a shared kitchen, living area, and TV. Students are allocated to their rooms to encourage a diverse mix of people from around the world, creating a truly unique international experience. The residence hall is located within walking distance of Liverpool city center.
Depending on nationality and length of stay, students accepted to study at the University of Liverpool for 6 months or less may need to obtain a Short Term Study Visa prior to their arrival. If a visa is required, applications should be submitted online through the UK Visas & Immigration portal. Since visa rules and regulations change frequently, consult the nearest embassy or consulate of the United Kingdom for the most up-to-date information.