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Beat the heat with a scholarly retreat

Stanford Summer Session classes feature open enrollment, accessible instructors, small classes, a diverse student body and a stunning campus. Undergraduates and graduates from around the world are drawn to Palo Alto and Stanford’s lifestyle: the best of academics, research, athletics and recreation.
Summer visitors take eight-week courses in the schools of Humanities and Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Engineering. A ten-week Physics sequence is also offered. Credit earned may be eligible for transfer to another college or university.
The university began reviewing applications in January, 2010. You will receive a decision concerning your admission via email approximately one week after receipt of your completed application. Students are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible. The application deadline is June 13, 2010.
For more information visit: http://summer.stanford.edu/
LSE Summer School offers over 60 three-week courses taught by LSE’s world-renowned faculty. All courses take place on our main campus in the heart of London.
Courses can often be taken for credit against your own degree, and are examined to LSE standards. Summer School courses are drawn from across the university, and are divided into six subject areas:
Accounting, Economics, English Language, International Relations, Government & Society, Law and Management.
The deadline for applications is May 28 2010.
For more information, including eligibility criteria, visit: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchool/Home.aspx

The international programmes organized by the Department for Continuing Education attract hundreds of students each year. Participants come from over fifty countries, mainly the United States, other European countries, China and Japan.
Some of the programmes are liberal arts courses in the humanities and social sciences; others are vocationally orientated in such areas as English language teaching, law, public policy and administration, and theology. Most programmes are short, lasting from one to six weeks, and many are held in the summer; however, a few extend over several terms.
Admission requirements vary from programme to programme.
For details about the programmes and their requirements visit: http://international.conted.ox.ac.uk/

The International Summer School at the University of Sussex welcomes hundreds of international students each summer from mid-June until mid-August. You can study with us for either four or eight weeks and choose from more than 60 courses in the humanities, sciences and social sciences.
There are many exciting new courses on offer for 2010 including courses in business and management, psychology, sociology, and history.
2010 Session dates:
Session 1 dates: 28 June – 23 July (4 weeks)
Session 2 dates: 26 July – 20 August (4 weeks)
Last date for application: 1st April 2010
For more details visit: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/iss/

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