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International Summer School

Cultural and Social Programme

A lively and full cultural programme will allow you to socialise with your course mates.

Visit local attractions

The Deep, one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world is located in Hull.

Visit local attractions

The charming seaside towns of Scarborough and Whitby.

Visit local attractions

Travel along the North Yorkshire Moors Railway aboard the world’s most popular heritage steam train.

Our Summer School provides first-class management techniques to develop your skills for global business.

The content of the academic programme draws on the world-class expertise of the business school in preparing future money and banking professionals to build successful careers in the multicultural and complex global business environment. The module examines how financial markets and institutions work and explores the role of money in the economy. An emphasis is placed on the operation of the commercial banking sector and the role central banks play in the operation of monetary policy.

Our summer school offers an all-inclusive package which combines an excellent academic programme with company visits, social events, days out and cultural excursions. It is an exceptional opportunity to study money and banking  principles at one of the leading UK business schools as well as have several weeks of fun.

From tasting fish and chips on Whitby seafront to sipping afternoon tea in the quaint, cobbled streets of York, our summer school brings you the very best in Yorkshire traditions. You’ll make new friends from around the globe, see some of the finest sights of England’s largest county, and have a great summer to remember!

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Key Information

Credits: 10 ECTS/5 US credits

£1400 (all-inclusive)

(Scholarships and group discounts for partner institutions also available - contact us for more details)

 Application: See our admission requirements

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