Online Summer School 2021
Are you ready to be a part of an online global community that will tackle a broad range of international issues from a range of perspectives? Would you like to make friends from all over the world this summer while challenging the way that you think and the things that you believe? In spite of where you might be and what you might be doing in July 2021, we wholeheartedly welcome you to take part in our Online International Summer School.
Over the last 12 months, we have run a broad range of online programmes, which has given us a great deal of experience in this area. Indeed, we now have experience of running four online courses, where over 2,000 students from more than 40 countries around the world have taken part in both Global Studies and English Language programmes.
- Date: July 5-18
- Location: Online, hosted on Canvas
- Ages: 14 - 17
- Professional key note speakers
- Fun co-curricular options including baking, yoga and a performing arts workshop
- Virtual excursions to London and Oxford
Please register your interest via the form below.
In April 2021, we hosted a Global Studies Symposium, which covered six days of lessons, activities and keynotes, where 1,021 students came together to form a part of this unique community.
We know that online learning is not the same as being in person, but we are now fully prepared to deliver our best online course to date. Please take a moment to watch our Summer School 2020 and our April Symposium videos to find out what our students have to say about their experiences.
The online Summer School will take place this year from July 5th - July 18th. It will feature academic lessons across two weeks in addition to virtual excursions, keynote speakers and co-curricular activities.
Although the timetable is yet to be finalized, please see the programme guide below for further information.
Each Academic Lesson will be delivered twice per day, so your programme can be as flexible as you need it to be, based on your time zone and your schedule. The classes will comprise of a pre-recorded video introduction from the teachers, as well as reading material and resources relating to each subject.
The subjects planned for July are as follows:
Lessons taught by Miss Kirsty Fraser, Academic Manager
- Moral Hazard: The Impact of ‘Risky’ Behaviour
- Political Speeches: Creating Images to Capture a Vote
- Voting Behaviour: Apathy and Voters
- Prisoner's Dilemma: What Would You do?
- Ethical Considerations for Vaccine Passports
- Essay Analysis: Critical Thinking
- Social Media Filters: Do We Know it’s All Fake?
- Loot Boxes: Where does the Responsibility Lie?
- Climate Change: Individual vs Collective
- Being the Opposition Party During a Pandemic
Lessons taught by Daniel Emmerson, Director of Global Education
- Framing Our Analysis: Ways That Theory Can Help
- International Relations and Gender
- Exploitation in Refugee Camps
- Child Drug Trafficking: Where Responsibility Starts
- Sexuality in Politics
- Art as a Form of Resistance
- Black Market Industries and the Global Pandemic
- Climate Change and Mass Migration
- Protest Movements: How You Can Have an Impact
- How to be an Anti-Racist: Themes from Ibram X. Kendi
These lessons will be taught at 11:00 UK time and 14:00 UK time, Monday - Friday, and will last 90 minutes each.
A Keynote Speaker will then deliver a one hour, online session at 16:30 UK Time.
Our Performing Arts Academy will then take place from 17:30 - 18:30 UK Time for a limited number of students only.
Our baking and yoga activities will be asynchronous, so will be made available at any time suitable to your schedule.
Further details will be posted here in due course. In the meantime, if you have any questions at all relating to the programme, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be joined by a unique group of keynote speakers who will provide insights and knowledge in the following areas.
- Dominik Kopińsk - China's expansion in Africa
- Yetty Williams - Entrepreneurship and Leadership in Lagos Today
- Imogen White - Starting a YouTube channel and reaching people to share your message in the age of Covid-19
- Kathryn Taylor - Why wellbeing should take priority during disruptive times
- Revd. Kabelo Motlhakane
- Meha Lodha
“I was so excited about the program content and viewing every subject from different perspectives. I really enjoyed the live meetings and the chance to make friends from around the world!”
Nicole from Argentina
Register your Place
Please either speak with one of our partners in your home country, email Daniel Emmerson at Felsted on email@example.com or complete the online registration form below.
Should you have any questions, please email Daniel Emmerson: firstname.lastname@example.org