The International Summer School at University of Angers offers the opportunity to develop academic skills this summer. Each programme includes lectures, workshops, applied visits and lots of social events.
The following information was accurate for Summer 2023 and will be updated in due course with any changes for Summer 2024. Information about programme costs and funding will also be added to this page in due course. If you are interested in the programme and would like to register your interest with the Go Global team to receive updates, please provide your details here.
For the past 13 years, the University of Angers has given international students the opportunity to enrich their academic experience in a stimulating and relaxed environment while discovering French culture and the Anjou region.
The one or two-week programmes take place between Saturday 24th June - Wednesday 5th July 2023 consisting of lectures, workshops, fild trips, leisure activities...while developing your network and creating great memories.
The Summer School options are as follows:
- Plant Health and Quality
- Simulation in Health Care
- Sustainable strategies in organic electronics
- Primary Care
It is useful to note that:
- Courses are taught in English (except for the Primary Care Summer School, which is taught in French only)
- Most programmes are for Postgraduate students, so be sure to check the level of the programme and ensure it's suitable for you
- The number of participants can be restricted per programme, and places are allocated on a first come first serve basis
- The programme may be cancelled if the minimum number of participants isn't reached, so if you have signed up you will be given a full refund if the programme doesn't go ahead
More information can be found on Angers website: summerschools.univ-angers.fr/en
- Focus on research and practice
- Lectures by international researchers
- A chance to meet students from all over the world
- A unique opportunity to discover France and Angers, a human-scale city in the Loire Valley
- Students must be enrolled at Swansea University
- Students cannot be in the final year of study
- Postgraduate students can apply for funding but must provide evidence that their academic supervisor approves of their participation.
- annual household income of £25,000 or less (rising to £30,000 for Go Global bursaries)
- students receiving Universal Credit or income-related benefits (for Taith and Turing only)
- care leavers and care experienced students
- care givers (excludes Taith)
- estranged students.
- refugees and asylum seekers.
- first international or professional experience (for Santander only)
Total cost of participation will vary per programme.
For further details, refer to the individual programme webpages above.
Estimated total cost of participation for summer 2024 to be confirmed:
The programme fee ggenerally includes: tuition fees, welcome and teaching materials, accommodation, daily lunch and refreshments, bike rental, bus pass and social events.
Additional costs to consider will include: travel to and from Angers, health insurance, visa (if applicable) breakfast, evening meal and weekend lunches.