Summer Study Abroad Plus English

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Alys Tomlinson

This programme is ideal if you would like to join one of our Summer Study Abroad courses but could benefit from some English language tuition before and during your course.

Course Structure

2 weeks of General English with additional one-to-one tutorials at the Language Centre, followed by a Summer Study Abroad course of your choice. Your language tutorials will continue each week for the duration of the course.

Level of English required

The equivalent of IELTS 5.0 or above

Level of study required

Summer Study Abroad courses are suitable for applicants who have completed at least 1 year of undergraduate-level study.

About Summer Study Abroad

Our 3-week Summer Study Abroad courses are a great opportunity for students looking for an intensive experience of practical projects, tutorials and workshops. Many courses feature visits to places of interest in London and beyond. 

We offer courses for students who have completed a year of study in their specialist area, as well as those with little or no experience. 

About the English language component

UAL’s Language Centre specialises in teaching English within the context of art, design, fashion and communication. This will give you the right preparation and the subject-specific vocabulary you will need for your Summer Study Abroad course. Your one-to-one tutorials will provide specific support tailored to your development needs.

You will also benefit from access to a specialised online resource designed to provide the essential language skills you will need to succeed in your studies. Each week, your tutor will set you tasks from this resource, monitoring and directing your progress according to your individual needs.

Courses, Dates and Fees

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CourseDates
Footwear Design - London College of Fashion 12 June - 4 August

Animation, Interactive, Film and Sound

Architecture and Spatial Design

Business and Management

Communication and Graphic Design

Curation and Culture

Fashion Design

Fine Art and Photography

Journalism, PR, Media and Publishing

Textiles and Materials

Theatre, Screen and Performance Design