2019 Summer Program: Anglia Ruskin University


 Summer 2019  click here for price  click here for dates


Eligibility & GPA requirement: click here

Possible U.S. Credits: 6 semester credits. Normal course load is 1 course (module) per session for a total of 2 courses (modules).

Final transcript is issued by Anglia Ruskin University.

Cambridge, England: Anglia Ruskin University – Summer Course Offerings

At Anglia Ruskin University, classes or courses are called “modules.” An undergraduate degree program is called a “course.”

Students will enroll in 2 modules during the summer program, 1 module from each session. Classes are held for 4 hours a day, Monday-Thursday. The Anglia Ruskin University Summer School is split into 2, 2-week sessions. Students must enroll in 1 module for Session 1 (the first two weeks of the program) and 1 module for Session 2 (the last two weeks of the program). Students may not enroll for 2 modules during the same session.

All students MUST get a total of 6 modules approved be their academic advisor, in case of changes in module availability. For each session, students will choose their first-choice module as well as 2 alternate choices. All 3 courses for each session (for a total of 6) must be approved for credit. That way, if a module is full or cancelled, you’ll have back-ups prepared that you know your home institution will accept for credit.

Students will provide their module choices during the application process, so it’s helpful to begin your credit approval process early! Anglia Ruskin University will not process your registration without your list of 6 modules.

Anglia Ruskin University typically offers the following modules during the summer session:

Module offerings are subject to change.


21st Century Comparative Criminology

Playing Shakespeare

Introduction to the English Legal System

International Themes and Perspectives in Higher Education Student Affairs

Introduction to Organizations and Management

Letterpress and Relief Printing


Beyond Good and Evil

Shakespeare: Text and Context

Principles of Physical Theatre

History of Political Economy

Introduction to Tourism and Events

The Psychology of Everyday Life