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University of Sydney summer school

Where?

Sydney, Australia

Dates

Session A: 30 May- 7 July 2023 *King's will not offer this session via exchange, unless a student has confirmation this will not conflict with exam students


Session B: 19 June - 21 July 2023 

 

Entry Requirements

Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be enrolled and in attendance at KCL.
First year students and PG students who wish to apply should be prepared for a limited course selection, due to the lack of grades available on a KCL transcript.
Students would need to demonstrate proof of English Language Proficiency when applying directly to Sydney.

Number of exchange places

20 (10 per session)
* dependent on amount of courses selected by each student. Students should indicate this at the point of application. 6 USyd credits course= 1 exchange space.

Costs

Students are responsible for the following costs:

  • Travel & Documentation (Airfare, Visas, Insurance, Immunizations)

  • Accommodation: 

  • Students in previous years have said that they spent between £2,000-£3,000 on the exchange for all costs.

Areas of interest

Business, Arts & Social Sciences, Health, Science and Engineering. Please see here for course listings. 

Students will be able to choose between 1-2 courses. Note that you cannot drop or change courses on arrival. 

More information

University of Sydney Exchange Website


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