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Outgoing summer programmes

Summer Programmes can be a totally different experience compared to normal university life. By participating in a Summer Programme you’ll be taking the 1st step on an exciting journey that will be an amazing educational, cultural and personal experience. The Summer Programmes here at Edge Hill University are ever expanding and invite you become part of special group of students who have represented the university at many partner universities in many countries across the world.

For summer 2023 we have some fantastic opportunities for you to expand your language skills, embrace different cultures and heritage, or learn about a different subject overseas.

Enjoy a unique academic and cultural experience on one of our Summer Programmes, the perfect way to visit another part of the world and get a taste of university life in a different country. With a range of both EHU organised or self-arranged programmes on offer, you can choose the subject best suited to your academic or personal interests.

Summer Programmes are open to all EHU students, however priority will be given to 1st and 2nd year students should any of the programmes be over-subscribed.

EHU organised programmes

Our Edge Hill organised programmes are run as a group package programme of 10 students, flights and accommodation will be arranged for you and all fees including tuition, flights and a proportion of your accommodation will be paid for, your Turing Grant will be used to pay for the remainder of your accommodation costs. Students will be expected to pay for their food and any other additional expenses while away.

Tec De Monterrey – Mexico – 26 June to 28 July
Christ University – India – 17 July to 12 August
University of Jaén – Spain – 12 June to 14 July
Vanlang University – Vietnam – 17 July to 12 August

Self-organised programmes

Self-organised programmes are not arranged by EHU, the programmes are run by one of our partner universities and the links to apply are listed in the information below. Please note these are not funded programmes and you will be expected to arrange and pay for your own flights and accommodation however you will still receive a living cost grant from the Turning Scheme and also a £500 contribution towards your costs from the Student Opportunity Fund.

Dankook University – South Korea
University of Madrid – Spain
University of Galway – Ireland


If you are applying to go on a self-organised programme you will receive a Turing Grant as well as the contribution from the Student Opportunity Fund. The Turing Scheme is a UK government initiative that gives grants to students going on international placements. Turing prioritises funding for students from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in international mobility programmes. The grant rates are set by the UK government.

Students going on an EHU organised programme will also receive a Turing Grant, however this grant will be used to pay towards your accommodation whilst on the programme.

The rates are based on whether you are classed as a WP or Non-WP students. You can check the WP criteria in the drop-down information below.

Turning Scheme
Turning Scheme – WP Students

How to apply

Please complete the application form by clicking the button below. Once your application form has been received we will be in contact after the deadline date has passed to inform you if you have been successful or not.

Application deadline 5pm Wednesday 3 May

Application Form

Contact the Study Abroad team

Find us:

Study Abroad Office
Edge Hill University
St Helens Road
L39 4QP
United Kingdom