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Summer Schools

Subject specific or culture and language based, summer schools deliver well beyond expectations.  Lasting between ten days and eight weeks, these programmes offer a short term approach to study abroad.  They are also still of great benefit, as students gain transversal and international skills, proving they are capable, self-reliant and globalised, while also providing the opportunity to make new friends from all over the world.

These programmes are continually changing and expanding, so please contact the Study Abroad team at studyabroad@chester.ac.uk for more information.

 

Study Abroad Office Internships

An internship in the study abroad office gives vital experience in within an exciting and dynamic environment. You the student will bring your unique expertise from your own cultural history to our department,  be it a British  student with no experience of travel  who can share and empathise about all the fear, trepidation and worry that new sojourners may feel. To thoroughly  internationalised students with bags of knowledge and every one in between!

The study abroad office has several opportunities for students to undertake experiential learning in an exciting and growing industry. If you are interested in any of the roles listed below, please get in touch with Candida Darling c.darling@chester.ac.UK with Internship opportunities in the title of the email.

Outgoing Overseas Advisor

Who: Any alumni of any study abroad experience at the University of Chester
Year of study: Second year to postgraduate
Subject of study: Any
Where: Study Abroad Office at Temperance Hall
When: As required from 2-16 hours a month

Incoming Exchange Social Media and Communications Advisor 

Who: Any incoming exchange student or international student currently enrolled at the University of Chester
Year of study: Any
Subject of study: Any
Where: Study Abroad Office at Temperance Hall
When: As required no more than 4 hours per week according to visa compliance

Overseas Learning Advisor

Who: Any student at the University of Chester, (Students who have little or no expertise with travel of this nature and wish to learn more are encouraged to apply to enhance their CV with an international element and learn more about what we do)
Year of study: First year to postgraduate
Subject of study: Any
Where: Study Abroad Office and Temperance Hall
When: As required from 2-16 hours a month

Overseas Internships

Who: Any student at the University of Chester 
Year of study: First year to postgraduate
Subject of study: Any
Where: Europe, South America, Africa, China, Vietnam and North America
When: Any summer between or after your years at Chester