Our Summer School puts you in charge of your studies. You can choose from the range of Summer School courses below: there’s no fixed academic path.
We want to give you the broadest academic experience, so take a look at what's on offer!
Session 1: 25 June - 13 July 2018
Session 2: 16 July - 3 August 2018
Take a look at our Summer School brochure to see what's on offer! Queen Mary Summer School Brochure [PDF 4,373KB]
Discover the history of the avant-garde art in Paris and its impact on London’s culture.
This course investigates the alternative history or ‘repressed underside’ of British cinema and the ways in which these films engage with the history of Britain and its capital.
This course offers an introduction to game theory, a framework for studying situations of strategic interdependence.
Examine the challenges posed by migration and asylum from a legal perspective. You will gain valuable insights into the practical dimension of migration and refugee law.
You’ll explore the behaviour of all known matter, from very small-scale particles to the very large scale of the universe and its composition.
Students get an overview of the process of economic ‘globalisation’ and changes in international business by examining case studies.
Gain a profound overview of international law and its various areas, its relations to politics, and the current challenges of the international legal system.
Immerse yourself in London’s rich theatrical history and take advantage of the wide-ranging opportunities the city offers.
Study machine learning by using the Python programming language and the TensorFlowTM programming toolkit. (No programming background needed)
Explore London’s dominant role as a European city as it is seen in European literature, fine art and film in the 19th, 20th and early 21st centuries.
Terms and conditions
We have endeavoured to ensure that the information contained here is both helpful and accurate at the time of writing. There are circumstances in which we may still make changes to the programmes and services that we provide. We have endeavoured to ensure that the information contained here is both helpful and accurate at the time of writing. There are circumstances in which we may still make changes to the programmes and services that we provide.
For this reason, it is important that you check this website for the most up-to-date information, or contact us before you apply. For our full terms and conditions, please visit: qmul.ac.uk/prospective/termsandconditions/index.html
Our Summer School courses are also open to QMUL staff. If you are a member of staff, please contact your line or school manager to see whether the course qualifies for CPD funding.
“QMUL was the only university in London or in England that would enable me to study science but also do drama, so that’s why I came here!”
Miriam Jaffe, Scripps College, spring 2017