Institution: Cass Business School
Country: United Kingdom
City (Metropolitan Area): London
Applicant Eligible Countries: Worldwide
Type of Opportunity: Summer Schools
Study Levels: High School / Secondary School
Start Date: July 9, 2018
End Date: July 27, 2018
Academic Year: 2018
Application Deadline: June 15, 2018
Funding: Starting at £1,500.
The Cass London Summer School presents motivated business students with the opportunity to pursue an exciting life experience that allows them to enhance their qualifications in the field. This program, lasting for a single summer, is designed around the framework of intensive modules that boost skills in specific areas of finance. The program is designed for current undergraduate students, as well as prospective Master’s candidates and those who are already employed in the business industry.
The program provides students with valuable perspectives into business disciplines. It allows interested students to test out business programs and receive course credit in a graduate or postgraduate program. Students also receive access to the global community of London. This intensive program is taught at a modern facility right in the heart of London and its technological centers. While most of the time in this program is spent in rigorous blocks of academics, students will also receive an extensive social program that includes welcome drinks, networking events, and tourist activities.
Tuition and fees start at £1,500. Students will receive training in key financial skills, quantitative methods, hedge funds and fudge management, and computation finance. They will take courses in shipping markets, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management. Students will work with talented members of the Cass finance faculty and network with a diverse group of students. This will allow each candidate to gain exclusive experience in and exposure to the different types of business management, while benefiting from teaching that adapts to all learning styles.
To apply, candidates should submit an academic transcript or interim transcript, if midway through the term. A CV and personal statement must also be submitted. The personal statement should outline goals and also include the desired module of study. If the candidate is not a native English speaker, results from the IELTS should also be supplied. Some candidates may need to obtain a student visa or arrange travel plans, although the University of London cannot sponsor students under Tier 4 for the Summer School.
All materials must be received by June 15, with the program beginning on July 9th and extending to July 27. Questions and requests for further information about the application process may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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