You will study one course per QMUL Summer School session. Each course is worth 15 QMUL credits.
Usually, the 15 credits we award for each three-week QMUL Summer School session translate to 3–4 credits in the US system and 7.5 ECTS in the European system.
Your home institution should confirm if they will grant credit for Summer School courses. Whilst we will do everything we can to support you throughout the Summer School application process, it's your responsibility to check with your home institution if you can transfer credit from the Summer School prior to arriving at QMUL.
Your academic transcript will show you a percentage mark (to one decimal place) and a letter grade for each of the Summer School courses you have completed. The transcript will be sent to your home address or the Study Abroad Office of your home university if you are studying with us through a QMUL partner university.
Transcripts for the Summer School will be released in mid-September 2018.
“I want to live here! I’ve been trying to spend the last few days cramming in things that I haven’t done – and I realise I haven’t even scratched the surface … It’s so fun here”
William Groff, University of Southern California, spring 2016