July in London, England

 

Live in the heart of cosmopolitan London for 3 or 6 weeks. Take courses in subjects such as business, media and design, and arts while learning about British culture both in and out of the classroom.

Program Overview

Study in England’s bustling urban capital, London, with students from around the world at the internationally recognised University of Westminster. From Trafalgar Square to Notting Hill, and Big Ben to Buckingham Palace, this city has so much to see and do. You will quickly realise that London never sleeps!

You will get to:

Choose the length of your program – To really get to know London, depending on how the dates match up to your home university in Australia, you can study in England for 3 weeks (taking one course) or 6 weeks (taking two courses).

Learn about international business where the business gets done – from marketing to corporate social responsibility, take advantage of the many choices available.

Take media and design classes – Past students highly recommend television and radio production, journalism, writing, reporting, photography, and fashion. There are so many exciting options!

Study the politics and history of London – You can learn about the fascinating British culture through classes in historical and contemporary London culture, history, economics, literature, and politics, and then see all the sites you read about in your textbooks in person – learning both in and out of the classroom.

Take advantage of a perfect location – Your program will be in the heart of London, so you can really discover this energetic city, not to mention the ease of travel to the rest of the UK and Europe on the weekends!

Highlights

If you’ve always wanted to visit London, are interested in earning university credit while overseas and can invest 3 or 6 weeks over your Uni break – then our July in London program is for you!

Here are some of the key highlights that make this program unique:

  • London is not only a business capital of the world; it’s also a great place to play. Few cities in the world can match London for culture, history and excitement, particularly in their summer
  • Study British culture in the heart of London and check out all the attractions including Big Ben, Parliament, Oxford Street, the London Eye, and more!
  • Large international student population – you will make lifelong worldwide friends
  • Diverse course offerings in business, art and design, law, politics, economics, history, media, photography, journalism
  • London-focused courses
  • Easy access to other parts of the UK and Europe on the weekends
  • An exciting social schedule to help you get to know fellow students and your host city
  • Live in a lively, bustling city that speaks English
  • Endless entertainment opportunities – live bands, theatre, museums, sporting events, dancing…
  • On-site support for all CISaustralia students
  • Plus – during the July in London program classes are held from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday, giving you plenty of afternoon and weekend time to explore!

Choose Your Course

The CISaustralia July in London program is offered at the University of Westminster, in the very heart of London.

The University of Westminster’s academic team are from all over the world and are considered some of the best professors in their field. The academic staff will engage and challenge you to make your time abroad both an intellectual and culturally rich learning experience.

Course Load: 1 course per 3-week session

  • Depending on your Australian university, “courses” may be referred to as “subjects” or “units”.
  • Each course/subject/unit you undertake on a CISaustralia program is designed to be a full-time, semester course that has been condensed to fit into an intensive, short-term program. As such, for any 1 course you study abroad, you should receive the credit points for 1 full-time course/subject/unit at your Australian university.
  • Many universities work off of a 1-for-1 equivalency (1 course abroad = 1 course in Australia), but ultimately credit approval is the decision of your faculty and Australian university.
  • CISaustralia strongly recommends that you have any overseas courses pre-approved for academic credit before you depart for your program. Some documentation that may be useful are the course outline/syllabus, program overview and the contact hours.
  • Your CISaustralia Program Advisor can assist with any questions or details your university needs to make a decision.

How to Choose Your Course: This is the fun part. As part of the application process you will complete a CISaustralia Course Selection Worksheet. See the following information to help guide you through this process with some helpful hints.

Please note that you will not be registered for your modules until you arrive at the University of Westminster and go through their orientation program. You will, however, be pre-approved for modules (subjects) ahead of time, and you will be notified early on if any of your module choices are not available for any reason.

Academic Requirement: To qualify for this program, students must be in good academic standing with a GPA of 4.5 (out of 7) or equivalent. If your current GPA falls below the requirement, you may still be considered for the program but will need to be prepared to provide supporting documentation. Please contact us to discuss your situation and we will work with you to help find another suitable program if required.

NOTE: Please be advised that the University of Westminster requires a student’s official transcript when considering applicants for their Summer School. Ordering an official transcript from a university can take up to a few weeks. Students applying near or on the program’s application deadline should plan to have their official transcript on hand.

Timetables: Classes are held from 10am to 2pm, Monday through Thursday, giving you plenty of afternoon and weekend time to explore London. Note: Television in London and Photographing the City: London are taught the full day on Wednesdays.

Helpful information:

  • Courses are offered at levels 4 to 6. Level-4 classes are regarded as introductory, equivalent to modules taken by full-time, 1st-year UK university students. Level-5 modules are more challenging academically, while level-6 modules are at the standard demanded of final-year UK university students.
  • You can determine the module level by checking the first digit of the module code: 4-means level 4, 5 indicates level 5 and 6 indicates level 6 modules. E.g. 4MARK001W  is a level-4 class.

2019 Course Descriptions:

COURSE: 4ELIT007X
CREDITS: 20 UK Credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

This module is an introduction to the visual culture of London, including painting, architecture, photography and contemporary media. Students will visit the major art galleries to examine how art works exhibitions and cultural organisations can be understood within wider social contexts. The sessions also include museums and historical sites, such as the British Museum and St Paul’s Cathedral, as well as art galleries. The classes will explore how these institutions reveal the complex cultural identity and history of London. The module develops students’ skills in visual analysis and critical thinking about culture.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 4JRNL007X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

This module offers students an introduction to the arts, entertainment, fashion, architecture and history that have made London the world’s most influential and vital cultural hub. Why see Paris and die when you can see London and live? How did London become the world capital of music, art, fashion, design, theatre, film, architecture, and so much else? From rock legends to the Royal Opera, Shakespeare to shock art and cathedrals to Canary Wharf, this module describes how London emerged from the ashes of war to become the most vibrant and culturally rich city on earth. It aims to give students an overall appreciation of London culture and to teach them the skills they need to write fluent, confident and relevant reviews across a variety of arts and entertainment genres. It will also give students an introduction to the various ways the arts are covered across all media platforms and to the work of some key London artists, designers and performers.

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COURSE: 2MSS404
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 or 2

This module is concerned with an investigation of the city as represented through historical and contemporary photography. Through a series of lectures, workshops, photo walks and gallery visits students gain a critical perspective on the city as a social, cultural, architectural and artistic phenomenon. Through a research and development process they focus on an aspect of the city to represent through their own photographic project.

Please note that it is advisable for students to bring their own digital or digital SLR camera for this class. If students do not have a digital or digital SLR camera one can be hired out free of charge from the Photography department based at the Harrow Campus.

*The Harrow Campus is located within zone 4. Most summer school students will purchase a zone 1-2 travelcard so should budget a little extra travel credit to cover zone extensions.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 4BUSS002W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

London is one of the entertainment centres of the world. It is home to world-class theatres, music venues, museums, galleries, festivals and much else. A varied ‘cultural’ sector is essential for a world city; it generates income, builds creativity and attracts tourists and other visitors. This module covers the business of entertainment – its funding, management and marketing, and the role played by private, non-profit organisations and government in its provision.

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COURSE: 6BUSS007W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

The module explores the wider business environment and the significance of major global trends. The impact upon international businesses of the global trade institutions and of governments is studied for companies of various sizes and types. Major topics include, foreign direct investment; culture and management practice, assessing the attractiveness of markets, ethics and the management of risk internationally. The decisions and issues faced by international managers are studied from the perspective of various functions including Finance, HRM, Marketing and Operations.

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COURSE: 6PJMN001W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

The module focuses on the issues surrounding the management of international projects. This is achieved by providing a fundamental understanding of project management and how projects are managed in an international context.

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COURSE: 4LLAW025X
CREDITS: 20 UK Credits

This module provides an introduction to rights while at the same time trying to motivate students to later deepen their interest in human rights law. It starts with broad discussion on rights and continues with an exploration of the central institutions of the human rights regime while pointing to some of the main controversies in the human rights system. The module will address the tension between universalism and relativism, the difficulties with regard to the right holders (individuals, groups, collectivities, organisations) and point to current and future controversies and challenges in the areas of rights in general and human rights in particular.

COURSE: 4MARK001W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

This module provides students with an introduction to marketing and its role in business and society. It gives students an overview of the principles underpinning marketing activities, and is both an introduction to the subject area. The module aims to introduce the key concepts of marketing, an understanding of consumer behaviour, and an evaluation and application of marketing tools in the context of contemporary major social and environmental issues.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 5ECON005W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

This module is designed to provide an introduction to the flow of funds in the economy, the banking sector and to financial markets and systems, all of which are essential to the functioning of modern economies. Although the module is about financial systems in general, there will be frequent reference to contemporary issues and problems, and to their historical antecedents. The approach will incorporate a blend of published economic and financial data, and as far as possible, international comparisons.

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COURSE: 4BUSS003W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

Sport is a high profile global business, which excites and entertains, builds allegiances and generates intense rivalries. As such it provides the perfect medium to explore important business concepts of relevance for private, public and not-for-profit organisations. The module looks at concepts such as of value and price in sport, the market for (and marketing of) sports products and services, issues of CSR and ethics in sport and the role of government regulations.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 4MARK006W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

Creating and managing successful brands is a source of competitive advantage to modern organizations. This module provides students with the fundamental understanding of brands, brand positioning and brand portfolio management. It engages students by practical demonstration of the effective use of marketing and branding tools. At the heart of an effective brand strategy, is its seamless integration with the marketing mix. A successful brand plan does not only address how the brand will be communicated but also how it will be protected.

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COURSE: 4HURM007W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

This module is intended to prepare students for supervisory and managerial roles and, as such, deals with the core skills involved in management. These include delegation, managerial & leadership styles, motivation; chairing meetings, workplace counselling, staff development, identifying and managing conflict and negotiating skills.

The module aims to help students identify how people become managers, what the role of the manager is and how to maximise their effectiveness in that role. Real-life examples are offered throughout, with the variations in styles of management and leadership required by different organisations and different cultures taken into consideration.

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COURSE: 4CLST001X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

The course provides a student-centred understanding of the intercultural competencies needed in the professional world of the 21st century. It starts by supporting students in analysing their chosen career, identifying the challenges inherent in performing in a professional multicultural environment. It continues by developing, through interactive activities, skills such as recognising, acknowledging, mediating and reacting to a variety of cultural expectations and norms of behaviour. The course contains throughout a reflective strand, which encourages students to reflect on their internalised culture, unconscious bias and preferred social positioning, and how this might impact their work relations.

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COURSE: 4TVPROO7X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 or 2

Working in one large and several small groups students devise and produce a factual program realised in a multicamera studio.

Studio based multicamera television show. Students work in a large group to produce one 25-minute live magazine program. Through practice in the studio students learn the procedures and protocols necessary for shooting within a large crew, an “as live” TV studio show. Students learn how to schedule, source talent, produce a running order, design and build a simple set and work collectively towards the recording of a live show in a proscribed amount of ‘on-air’ time.

There is an emphasis on collective responsibility and problem solving. Students write a personal log plus a reflective and a critical analysis of the production process and their finished program.

*The Harrow Campus is located within zone 4. Most summer school students will purchase a zone 1-2 travelcard so should budget a little extra travel credit to cover zone extensions.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 4BUSS003W
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

Sport is a high profile global business, which excites and entertains, builds allegiances and generates intense rivalries. As such it provides the perfect medium to explore important business concepts of relevance for private, public and not-for-profit organisations. The module looks at concepts such as of value and price in sport, the market for (and marketing of) sports products and services, issues of CSR and ethics in sport and the role of government regulations.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 4HIST008X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

The class aims to provide the student with an informed understanding of the social, cultural and economic context of the Whitechapel murders that occurred in the 1880s. Assessing the wider history of Victorian London, and focusing upon the 1880s in particular, students will learn about class, poverty, wealth, religion and culture in late Victorian London. Students will also learn about the Ripper murders and their effects in the metropolis, and consider why the murders continue to exercise fascination to this day.

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COURSE: 4HIST009X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

London is one of Europe’s greatest cities, with a fascinating history stretching back over two thousand years. Originally built by the Romans, it has endured a long history of war and civil war, fire, famine and plague. It has survived aerial bombardment and terrorism, yet remains a fascinating mosaic of distinct villages, which has given shelter to successive generations of those fleeing persecution and poverty in other lands. It is home to the British monarchy and British parliament, and is the cockpit of British life and culture.

This class aims to offer an introduction to a new history of London and to the specialism of ‘public history’, based in part on recent archaeological research and visits to London museums. The class thus aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to evaluate how and how well the history of London is presented to audiences of non-historians.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 4JRNL007X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

This module offers students an introduction to the arts, entertainment, fashion, architecture and history that have made London the world’s most influential and vital cultural hub. Why see Paris and die when you can see London and live? How did London become the world capital of music, art, fashion, design, theatre, film, architecture, and so much else? From rock legends to the Royal Opera, Shakespeare to shock art and cathedrals to Canary Wharf, this module describes how London emerged from the ashes of war to become the most vibrant and culturally rich city on earth. It aims to give students an overall appreciation of London culture and to teach them the skills they need to write fluent, confident and relevant reviews across a variety of arts and entertainment genres. It will also give students an introduction to the various ways the arts are covered across all media platforms and to the work of some key London artists, designers and performers.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus
COURSE: 4HIST007X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

This course examines London as the historical setting for monarchy and national ceremonial. As such the course considers Royalty’s central place in British life and examines how its purpose and function have changed over the centuries. It also investigates Royalty’s influence on British history and society and its impact on government, culture and science. Finally the course will consider how the monarchy has adapted – and continues to adapt – to changing times and how critics react to it.

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COURSE: 4PSYC001X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 1 Only

In this module, we will explore the scientific evidence for phenomena widely accepted by the public but whose scientific validity remains open to challenge including, for example, astrology and near-death experiences. We will examine the methods used in the investigation of such popular myths and examine, from a psychological perspective, the factors which underlie how they grow and are sustained. The module involves a critical review of the scientific evidence for these phenomena, and general consideration of the application of scientific method.

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COURSE: 5PSYC001X
CREDITS: 20 UK credits
OFFERED: Session 2 Only

This model aims to provide students with the opportunity to engage with a range of topics and issues in psychology that relate to growing up and living in or visiting a large global city such as London, England. It will bring together research and theory from a number of areas of psychology and forensic psychology. Topics include: Stress & Wellbeing; Crime & Aggression; Loneliness, Prosocial behaviour, and Resilience. Lectures will discuss recent research and seminars will provide students with practical activities, visualisation through documentaries and guided discussions related to each topic.

  Contact CISaustralia For Syllabus

Excursions

As part of your program, you will take part in the University of Westminster’s social program. Included in this program are visits to the theatre, a weekend trip outside of London, and some local activities – there’s always something for everyone no matter what your interests are! The social program is a fantastic way to meet other students on the program while making the most of being in London.

In addition to Westminster’s social program, your CISaustralia fees also include a number of cultural excursions and activities arranged by our local CISaustralia on-site team.

Here are a few additional places you might like to visit during your time in England:

Oxford
Tour the historic University town which is filled with buildings from every architectural period since the Saxons. Enjoy shopping, theatres, beautiful gardens, parks, cathedrals and museums.

Stonehenge
Stonehenge is a must-see when in England. Explore the incredible stone formations which have become one of the world’s most recogniseable sites.

Houses of Parliament
The heart of British politics is seated in the Houses of Parliament, situated in the Palace of Westminster right next to the River Thames.

Big Ben
The name actually refers to one of the five bells that hang at the top of the famous clock tower, named Elizabeth Tower. The buildings adjoining the tower form the seat of the British Parliament; the House of Lords and the House of Commons. With more than 1,100 rooms and 100 staircases, the palace is certainly extravagant and well worth a visit.

Liverpool
Sample some of the area’s best modern restaurants and wine bars. Liverpool’s art galleries and museums are a great place to find out all about the city’s impressive musical, sport (come on ‘The Reds’! LFC) and maritime history, not to mention the city was the birthplace of The Beatles in 1960.

Windsor Castle
Visit the Queen’s official residence.  This majestic castle will take your breath away.

In addition, some great day trips include:

  • London bus tour
  • Jack the Ripper Walking Tour
  • Bus Tour of Cambridge – absolutely breathtaking!
  • Introduction to Camden Market with an optional pub lunch and Hidden Pubs of London Walking Tour
  • Tour of the Benjamin Franklin House
  • Kings, Queens, Politics and Power Walking tour which starts in New Scotland Yard

Location

London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. With an estimated 8.7 million residents, London is the most populous region, urban zone and metropolitan area in the United Kingdom, and the third most populous city in Europe. Standing on the River Thames, London has been a major settlement for two millennia, its history going back to its founding by the Romans who named it Londinium.

The University of Westminster is located in the central, West End district of London. Known for its incredible theatre and film halls – West End is also home to some of London’s major tourist attractions and best shopping opportunities. West End is a buzzing hub for all things relating to art, fun nightlife, great food, fashion and film.

The London Underground (subway) makes navigating this big city easy and manageable. It is the oldest underground railway in the world, and combined with London’s train and bus systems, it makes everything accessible in minutes.

The University

How many people can say they’ve studied in one of the world’s most urban campuses? Located right in the middle of the action, the University is close to the River Thames and other major tourist attractions including Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Globe Theatre, Parliament and the British Museum! Warning: friends & family members must be prepared to receive constant photo updates because there’s so much for you to see and do.

The University of Westminster has an impressive history going back over 165 years and is one of the largest universities in the UK. Situated in the centre of London, it has a student body that reflects the diversity of the city itself, with nearly 5,000 international students from more than 150 countries.

The University has been hosting international students for a very long time, and the academic and support staff have a wealth of experience teaching and supporting international students. The University recently received the Times Higher Education Award for ‘Outstanding Support for International Students.’

The school is broken up into four campuses that have high-quality learning resource centres, music and TV studios, libraries and computer facilities. The University is globally renowned for having excellent academics, research, and faculty.

As a CISaustralia student, you will receive outstanding support – from academic advising to personal and cultural counselling. On-site student services make life in the big city easy to adapt to, and in no time you will be making friends from all over the world! At the same time, you’ll have all the freedom you need to explore one of the best cities in the world and make it your home.

Accommodation

During your July in London program, you will have the choice to stay in one of two University residence halls, both of which are situated close to the public transport system, and are within walking distance to an Underground Tube stop. Both are self-catered, so you will use the kitchens to prepare your meals.

Each of the student halls offer:

  • Spacious common rooms
  • TV
  • Wireless internet access
  • Kitchen (including stove, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and basic utensils)
  • Single bedrooms with standard, single bed
  • Bedding and linens (sheets, blanket, pillow) and a towel included
  • Location close to supermarkets, stores, pubs and restaurants

Alexander Fleming Hall

Located near the Old Street Tube station about a mile from Liverpool Street Station, Alexander Fleming Hall is situated in a fashionable and lively area of east London – an area known for its great nightlife! The hall is on the edge of the Square Mile (the City: the original and most historic part of London), and tourist attractions such as St Paul’s Cathedral, the Barbican and the law courts are within walking distance.

The residence is made up of three separate, low-rise blocks, all with their own lobby. Apartments made up of four, six or eight single rooms are equipped with a newly refurbished kitchen and two or three recently refurbished bathrooms. Each bedroom has its own washbasin, while the residence itself has a local laundrette that is open to members of the public.

Alexander Fleming Hall fills up quickly, and rooms are allocated on a first come, first served basis. If a student is not able to be allocated a room in Alexander Fleming Hall, they will be placed in Marylebone Hall at an additional rate of approximately A$500 per 3-week session.

Marylebone Hall

Connected to the University of Westminster’s business school, Marylebone Hall is a centrally located high-rise – only a short walk away from the Baker Street Underground Station. Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum and the Planetarium sit opposite the Hall, placing the residence hall in an ideal location for exploring London’s West End, with its theatres, restaurants and lively nightlife. A mere five-minute walk and you will come across Regent’s Park (known for the London Zoo!), and Hyde Park is only a short bus journey away.

With twenty-one storeys, Marylebone Hall underwent refurbishment during 2007 to 2008. At most, kitchens are shared with six students, and there is a laundry with coin-operated machines.

Marylebone Hall has some additional amenities, including a common room downstairs that houses an ice cream vending machine, a foosball table and a flat screen TV (video games included).

NOTE: Students are advised to accept their place on the program, pay deposits, and provide any additional documentation as soon as possible to secure their chosen accommodation. Accommodation allocation is first come, first served, based on when students have provided all of their information and documentation for enrolment in addition to their program deposit.

Program Fee & Dates

July 2020: Session 1 (3 weeks)
Application Deadline13 April 2020
Arrival Date13 June 2020
Departure Date04 July 2020
Program Fee A$ 7,499 - 7,999
OS-HELP A$ 6,913
July 2020: Session 2 (3 weeks)
Application Deadline13 April 2020
Arrival Date04 July 2020
Departure Date25 July 2020
Program Fee A$ 7,499 - 7,999
OS-HELP A$ 6,913
July 2020: Sessions 1 and 2 (6 weeks)
Application Deadline13 April 2020
Arrival Date13 June 2020
Departure Date25 July 2020
Program Fee A$ 11,899 - 12,999
OS-HELP A$ 6,913

 

Program fees include the following:
  • Tuition fees
  • CISaustralia support services before and during the program
  • Academic advising
  • Financial advice
  • Assistance with travel arrangements
  • Medical and accident insurance (if requested)
  • Pre-departure guide and session
  • Airport pick-up (on specified program arrival date within designated arrival times)
  • Westminster University official orientation
  • Accommodation (residence halls)*
  • Welcome and Farewell dinners
  • Bus tour
  • Social Program
  • CISaustralia 24/7 on-site support – Site Director
  • Westminster University official transcript
  • CISaustralia Certificate of Completion

*Accommodation: Students have two choices of accommodation. Alexander Fleming Hall fills up quickly, and rooms are allocated on a first come, first served basis. If a student is not able to be allocated a room in Alexander Fleming Hall, they will be placed in Marylebone Hall at the additional rate. Students are advised to accept their place on the program, pay deposits and provide any additional documentation as soon as possible to secure their chosen accommodation. Accommodation allocation is based on when students have provided all of their information and documentation for enrolment in addition to their program deposit.

Please be advised that the University of Westminster requires a student’s official transcript when considering applicants for their Summer School. Ordering an official transcript from a university can take up to a few weeks. Students applying near or on the program’s application deadline should plan to have their official transcript on hand.

What is not included:

  • Flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fees
  • Vaccinations (if required)
  • Meals (unless mentioned above)
  • Extra travel/excursions (other than those mentioned above)

Dates are for reference only and are subject to change. Please do not book flights until you have received the confirmed dates in your acceptance paperwork.

CISaustralia reserves the right to alter fees at any time due to currency fluctuations and/or fee changes made by our partner universities.

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