The University of Wolverhampton’s International Academy has announced its Summer Programmes for July and August.
The International Academy Summer School is based in Priorslee Hall at the Telford Innovation Campus and offers accommodation, facilities and services for the University’s international students.
The Summer Programmes focus on developing international students’ spoken fluency and confidence through practical activities and project work. Students also take part in a comprehensive social programme which includes visits to places of cultural and historical interest around the UK.
A Science and Engineering Careers Summer Camp will take place from 1st July until 15th July and provide an opportunity for international students from all regions to experience Science and Engineering enhancement at the University of Wolverhampton (UK). Students will be taking part in engineering workshops and activities in Environmental, Mechanical and Chemical engineering as well as studying English language with the International Academy.
From 23rd July until 6th August 2017, ‘The Wolverhampton Experience’ offers students from the UoW partner institutions the chance to develop their communication skills and experience English culture as well as taking part in visits to London and places of local historical interest. Students also have the opportunity to develop business communication skills and take part in interactive workshops.
Nikhil Goyal Agrawal from Nepal, said: “The Wolverhampton Summer School last year was a great time for me, it was learning with fun. I attended different types of classes which enhanced my skills and personality. I enjoyed the sports activities with the other international students and also the trips to London and Cambridge as well as the visits to all the different places in the UK.
“London was a beautiful city with lots of attractions. The staff at the International Academy are amazing and they made me feel very comfortable. I really enjoyed my stay and I want to come back again soon.”
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Date Issued: 26th May 2017