February 23, 2021
May 31, 2021
What are you doing for Summer 2021?
With the current pandemic and travelling has been made limited for all of us, try out our online summer programme at the University of Nottingham Malaysia, the top 1% University worldwide, with the most affordable cost!
When is it?
5th July to 16th July 2021
How much is the fee?
Early bird fee discounts available before the 31st May 2021!
|Categories||Online Fee||After 10% early bird discount|
|Developing nation||RM1800||RM1620 (approxGBP 296)|
|Partners||RM2800||RM2520 (approx GBP 460)|
|Non partners/Non developing||RM3200||RM2880 (approx GBP 527)|
No hidden cost and group discounts are available.
What does it include?
- All virtual tuition and classroom support costs.
- All virtual cultural activities included in the itinerary.
- A digital certificate of Participation (providing you have attended at least 75% of classes).
- A digital Transcript of Assessment Performance to award credits if the module is recognized by your University (which requires a submission of an assignment).
Why attend the summer programme?
- Diverse learning opportunities.
- High quality teaching and learning experience.
- Meet participants from various nationalities.
- Attractive fee package.
Requirements to attend the International Summer School Programme
- A letter from the University supporting your level of English proficiency or any other English certificate.
- Participants can be from various educational background.
- Undergraduates, postgraduates, and academics from any institution worldwide.
- Working adults who are not currently enrolled in any academic programme are also welcome to apply.
- Formal academic requirements are not necessary.
International Summer School Link
If you would need more information about the programme, please feel free to drop an email to– Anushia Thamotharem at Anushia.Thamotharem@nottingham.edu.my
Important: Kindly keep updated International Education Office if you are applying. The credit hours will get a transfer on top of 130 credits hours to your degree