The programme uses London as a classroom and, where possible, modules incorporate excursions and site visits to places of interest in the city. All modules are developed and taught by UCL academics and class sizes are kept small to ensure students can engage with teaching staff and classmates alike.
Also offered on the programme is student accommodation close to the UCL campus as well as a unique social and cultural programme to ensure students make friends from across the programme and enjoy their time in one of the world’s most dynamic capital cities.
3 July – 23 July 2022
Participants will be housed in student accommodation close to the UCL campus.
Meals and transport
Details to be confirmed.
On completion of the programme, an official UCL transcript will be issued to form a part of the participant’s academic record. Each element of the programme will be listed, and a single grade allocated. Participants who successfully complete the Summer Institute will receive 4 US semester credits.
"My experience with Fulbright was undoubtedly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that shaped my desire to continue with research. Studying with students from diverse backgrounds also opened my eyes to new issues and perspectives I had not before considered."
Madison Plaster, Fulbright University of Bristol Summer Institute 2016
"The group was fantastic and diverse and I enjoyed the discussions and reflections we made about the USA. The cultural activities and the academic field trips were eye-opening and exciting. Driving through the rolling hills and fog in the fields of Exmoor was an unforgettable experience."
Brandon Dorr, Fulbright University of Bristol Summer Institute 2016
"As someone who is deeply passionate about cultural awareness, I had the privilege to learn from different people from all walks of life, including my American cohort, University of Bristol students, and community members from the UK. This, in turn, enriched my academic and personal learning experiences and deepened my global perspectives on cultural relations."
Karen Romero Estrada, Fulbright University of Bristol Summer Institute 2014