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Summer Programme for Fudan students

This programme is specifically for students from Fudan University and forms part of our English summer programme

It provides an excellent opportunity for Fudan students to experience London and LSE. The course consists of 20 hours weekly contact time and is structured thematically.

"I have taught two groups of Fudan students and very much enjoyed the experience...they are curious about life in the UK and fun to teach," - Chris Sciberras, LSE Language Centre

 

English language requirements

The language requirements for students taking this course are:

  • IELTS 5.5. or higher (with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill)
  • TOEFL 61
  • CET 6 (College English Test)
  • TEM 4 or 8 (Test for English Majors)

Indicative course content

  • Week one: Markets & Society – ‘Should markets be contained or unleashed?’
  • Week two: Development & Society – ‘How should be deal with poverty and inequality?’
  • Week three: Politics & Society – ‘Why is collective security so difficult to achieve?’
  • Participants will practice writing academic essays, giving presentations, listening to lectures and taking part in discussions and debates.
  • They will also have sessions focusing on academic vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation.
  • Indicative course content for 2017 programme [PDF]

What is LSE like?

How to apply and course dates

Please 'Enquire now' below. We will then confirm if you are eligible to apply and send you instructions on the next step.

tuition fees
Code  Course title  Dates  Duration  Fees 
LN909 Summer English for Fudan students  03 July - 21 July 2017 3 weeks £1350

What about insurance?

  • If you are coming to LSE from a country outside the European Union that does not have a reciprocal health agreement with the United Kingdom you should arrange private medical insurance to cover all eventualities of health care.
  • Students from countries with reciprocal health agreements with the United Kingdom will be covered for emergency medical conditions, but may wish to take out private medical insurance to cover non-emergencies.
  • More information on healthcare whilst you are in the UK can be found from UKCISA: UK Council for International Student Affairs.
  • In the unlikely event that we have to cancel the course due to low registration numbers it is also advisable that you make sure you have appropriate travel insurance to cover this and any other eventualities of travel disruption.
  • It is advisable that you take out a personal possessions insurance policy as your possessions are not covered under any hall of residence’s insurance scheme.

 

Enquire about this programme now

Summer Programme for Fudan students

  • Your personal details
  • Your gender
  • Your address
  • Your area of study and level of English
  • Confirmation and acceptance of terms and conditions
  • I confirm I meet the language requirement for this course. I confirm I am a student at Fudan University and I am therefore eligible for this programme. I also accept the terms and conditions listed on your web site.