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The Summer Society

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A university society is a student association which brings together a community of students with similar goals and to share experiences. The Summer Society ethos was established to promote intellectual, cultural and social connection through King’s and with London, allowing you to travel without travelling this summer.

Attending the Online Undergraduate Summer School automatically enrols you into our Summer Society. Get involved in a variety of online social activities including a traditional British pub quiz, take advantage of live streams from London’s key cultural institutions and interact with current King’s undergraduates throughout the summer. Our series of wider skills sessions delivered by industry professionals and King’s leaders are designed to help you build for success, network internationally and get the most out of your summer online experience at King’s.

Undergraduates will have a number of organised social activities every week.  In addition, we will be regularly promoting online events through our social media allowing for smaller groups within the society to meet up independently and experience London’s culture online.

The Summer Society have teamed up with King's Entrepreneurship Institute and will be offering a self-learning course in 'Developing Skills for an Entrepreneurial Mindset' in Summer 2020. The aim is to introduce King's Summer Society students to the concept of entrepreneurialism; support and develop entrepreneurial skills and to create an entrepreneurial community where experiences are shared and enhanced. Upon completion, students will understand what an entrepreneurial mindset looks like, how you can develop such a mindset and embed entrepreneurship into your DNA and, crucially, how you can use this skill set to enhance your future.

 

 


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