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DU students receive scholarship for King’s College London Summer School

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King’s College, London, one of the premier colleges of the world, held the second season of its Summer School in London for students who had received scholarships at the King’s regional summer schools. Held from July 28 to August 15, the three week programme was attended by 1200 students from 72 nationalities. The college provided a variety of modules ranging from International Business to Art of Leadership.

The King’s College Summer School had its first stage in India in two DU colleges, Lady Shri Ram College and Miranda House, for two weeks, from June 2 to 13. Under various modules, the students gained an enriching experience by learning from the esteemed faculty of King’s. On the basis of the classroom performance in the Delhi Summer School which included a 2500-4000 word thesis on specified topics, a few students were selected and were awarded with full or partial scholarships to continue their summer study in London.

The meritorious students, who went for the programme, felt that it was a mesmerizing and breathtaking experience. They say that the diversity of their class added a lot to the learning experience.

Sahil, who opted for International Business in London said, “The tutors made the classes very engaging with a lot of case studies, videos and personal experience. It was a opportunity of a lifetime.”

Vaishali, who studied Strategic Management, too felt the same as she told us that every moment was worth cherishing. Another scholarship holder, Chirutha, who did a course in Art of Leadership and International Marketing, said, “The courses gave me a deeper insight into exploring myself more as an individual and provided me with different aspects of conceptualization.”

Ishita Sharma
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Image source: www.kcl.ac.uk

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