Dual City Sessions 2015

New York and London are cities rich in design, art, fashion and innovation. The appeal of these two cities extends around the world with artists and designers flocking to these creative hubs in order to experience their unique culture.

Our partner institution for these courses, Parsons The New School for Design, is a pioneer in art and design education. Parsons has cultivated outstanding artists, designers, scholars, business people, and community leaders for more than a century.

Session 1 Course Dates:

New York: 29 June - 3 July 2015
London: 6 July - 10 July 2015

New York London: Fashion Communication and Promotion
New York London: Luxury Branding
New York London: Strategic Design Management - Managing Innovation

Session 2 Course Dates:

New York: 29 June - 9 July 2015
London: 14 July - 24 July 2015

New York London: Fashion Design, Process and Practice

NEW for Summer 2015!  

Credit Transfer on selected 4-week Dual City courses
Studying with us this summer can help you build up credits for your own degree course. Please ensure you take the essential steps to clear the courses and credits with your home college or university before you begin your Dual City summer course.

Plan Credit Transfers Before Departure
Once you have selected your course, meet up with your study abroad office or academic advisor. Pass them the relevant course description and Course Handbook as this will assist advisors in assessing the course for credit-transfer at your institution.

Record of Study and Achievement & Grade Report
The Record of Study and Achievement (RSA) contains your final grade and is sent out soon after the end of your summer course. You will receive one copy, while a second copy will be sent to your home university or study abroad provider. 
The RSA we will send out includes details the course studied and tuition hours and the final grade that has been awarded, so your institution can determine the number of credits they will award. The Grades we use are formatted in a standard A-F scale, included in the course handbook is the grading criteria they we will use. Please ensure that your academic advisor is aware of the criteria as the level required for each grade may differ slightly from your home institution.