Summer Schools funded by the Global Mobility Scholarship

Interested in going abroad over the summer?

Thanks to generous funding provided by Santander Universities and the University of Greenwich, first-and second-year students have the exciting opportunity to attend a partially funded international summer school in either Seoul, South Korea or Zaragoza, Spain. You will have the chance to develop your cultural and linguistic knowledge in your host country, while improving your employability and building a network of fellow students from around the world.

Where can I go?

Four-week summer school at Hansung University in Seoul, South Korea, 28 June - 25 July 2020

There are three scholarships available for students to attend the summer school at Hansung University. The programme includes Korean language and culture classes, as well as field trips and activities.

Successful applicants will receive a grant of £1000 to cover flights and to contribute towards living costs, while tuition, accommodation, some meals and an airport pick-up service will be provided.

Read more about the University and the summer school here.

One-week summer school at San Jorge University, Zaragoza, Spain, 5-12 July 2020 or 19-26 July 2020

There are forty scholarships available for students to take part in a summer school at San Jorge University. Tuition fees, accommodation and flights will be provided for successful applicants. Students may have to contribute £50.

Universidad San Jorge has prepared this Summer School in collaboration with the University of Greenwich in order to provide students with a short, intensive international experience with the objective of improving intercultural, international and language skills. As part of the summer school, there will be Spanish language classes, cultural activities and industry visits.

Read more about the university here.

 Who can apply?

 To be eligible, you must:

  • be a first or second-year undergraduate student.

We will prioritise students from households with an annual income of less £25000 per year, and other under represented groups. Students registered at partner colleges or transnational education partners and visiting students (incoming Erasmus+ and study abroad) are ineligible to apply

How to Apply

Applications for the 2019/20 programme are now closed.

What Happens Next

Online applications will be reviewed by a selection panel, and applicants who pass this stage will be invited to an interview.

Interviews will take place in the week commencing 16 March 2020. Applicants will be informed of the outcome of their interview by 27 March 2020.

About the Global Mobility Scholarship

The Global Greenwich Mobility Scholarship, funded by the University of Greenwich and Santander Universities, supports undergraduate students to take part in short-term study abroad opportunities at the university's approved summer schools.