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  • Locations: Ormskirk, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Summer, Summer II
  • Budget Sheets: Summer, Summer II
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer II 2018 02/28/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Summer 2018 02/28/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Courses in English Language Prerequisites: None
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Program Description:

ENGLAND - Ormskirk
(Edge Hill University)

Summer:  July - early August

Program Description
Spend a summer studying at an English university while exploring the beauty of northern England. The Academic Summer Programme at Edge Hill University is designed to help develop your learning in a friendly and effective learning environment. The focus of the program is to enhance your academic knowledge through the exploration of the core class, British Culture and Heritage, and your chosen subject (you have the option of studying Business and Entrepreneurship or The Literary Landscape of the North of England).  The summer program is 5 weeks total, with four weeks  at Edge Hill University and a one week trip to London. 

Edge Hill University is a co-educational university of arts and sciences offering a wide variety of study choices. Situated in a charming twelfth century market town in bucolic rural North West England, it is one of Edge Hill's three campuses. There are over 8,000 full-time students with approximately 1,000 campus residents.

Ormskirk is a friendly town with a population of approximately 30,000 people. It is located in the northwest of England, just thirty minutes from the cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Preston that provide varied nightlife, great shopping, a thriving arts scene, and all the attractions of city life.  Also close by are the beautiful Lake District, the Yorkshire Moors, and traditional seaside towns in North Wales.

Assessment takes place throughout the course via the production of an academic portfolio, including individual and group presentations, short pieces of written work and multiple question tests.

At the end of your stay on campus we will hold a celebration event when you will be presented with your certificate of attendance. This is our chance to say farewell to you, and to wish you well for the future and to wish you a very enjoyable stay in London.

Program Links Courses
While you are at Edge Hill, you will take two courses - the required British Culture and Heritage course and either a literature or business course.  Each of the courses will be counted as three Lewis University credits for a total of six credits for the program.
Required Course (3 credits)

British Culture and Heritage

Second Course- Choose One (3credits):

Business and Entrepreneurship
The Literary Landscape of the North of England

Students will stay in the Chancellors Court Residence Hall. Each student will receive a single room with a single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, drawers, bedside storage and a mini-fridge. Each student will also have their own bathroom connected to their bedroom. Each single is in a set of clusters of four, six or eight rooms which share a kitchen and dining area.  Here is a link to the residence hall in which you will be staying:
Chancellors Court

For the most up to date program costs, please check the Budget Sheets above contact the Lewis Study Abroad office.  The program costs for the Edge Hill Summer Programme program include Lewis tuition, accommodation, on-site orientation, program-sponsored activities and events, a one week excursion to London, and a mandatory $300 Lewis Study Abroad fee.

The program cost does not include airfare, passport and visa fees, meals, supplies, and personal expenses.

Program costs are based on costs of the prior year, as well as projections for the current and coming years. Inflation and fluctuating exchange rates make it difficult to state a fixed cost. Lewis University, therefore, reserves the right to adjust program fees and the right to cancel or alter programs and courses.

There are no language prerequisites for this program. To be eligible, you must be a Lewis student with at least a 3.0 GPA who has Sophomore, Junior, or first semester Senior standing or will have that standing when you participate.

Please click on the Application link in the left column to learn more about the application process, how to obtain an application, and what other materials are required.  If you are ready to apply, then click on the Apply Now icon.