Year 12 Summer School 2021

Are you in Year 12? 

Our free summer schools give you a great chance to explore university life and discover what your course will really be like. 

What you'll get up to

You'll attend a range of lectures, seminars and hands-on workshops taught by our leading academics, giving you an in-depth taste of studying at degree level. You'll also get lots of tips and advice on applying to university, student finance, personal statements and much more.

How it works

The Summer School will be delivered online with a mixture of exciting delivery methods. We have a range of courses available and you'll have the opportunity to join us at London Met for a week of live sessions, pre-recorded lectures, and social activities. Our Summer Schools are completely free. Please note all courses are non-residential and we cannot provide accommodation. 

How to apply

Applications for Summer School 2021 are now closed. Please watch this space for information on Summer School 2022!

The deadline for applications is Friday 18 June 2021.

Summer school students working in science lab

Summer School subject areas  

Week one

 

 

 

 

Academic school

Areas covered

Course information

Dates

Apply

Guildhall School of Business and Law

 Law

For students interested in becoming future solicitors, barristers or a career linked to the legal profession.

Monday 26 to Wednesday 28 July 2021

Application Closed

School of Social Sciences

 

Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, Politics and International Relations

You will have the opportunity to review and try to solve real-world problems from multiple sociological, psychological and political perspectives.

Monday 26 to Wednesday 28 July 2021

Application Closed

School of Art, Architecture and Design

 

Architecture

You'll look at how to design spaces, from the interior of a room to the front of a building, and finally to a city square in London. 

Monday 26 to Wednesday 28 July 2021

Application Closed

School of Social Professions

 

Social Work, Community and Youth, Education,  Health, Social Care and Early Childhood

You'll cover a range of topics including understanding housing and homelessness in youth, community work and social work, anti-oppressive and anti-discriminatory practice, and management and leadership in community organisations.

 

Monday 26 to Wednesday 28 July 2021

Application Closed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week two  

 

 

 

 

Academic school

Areas covered

Course information

Dates

Apply

Guildhall School of Business and Law

Marketing and Fashion

You'll cover the fundamentals of marketing: how marketing is used to build customer relationships.

 

Monday 2 to Wednesday 4 August 2021

Application Closed

School of Art, Architecture and Design

 

Digital Photography

You'll be introduced to the work of photographers from all over the world. We cover a range of concepts and approaches, producing surprising results. You can experiment with techniques and genres to create a new portfolio of work that explores your unique vision

Monday 2 to Wednesday 4 August 2021

Application Closed

School of Human Sciences

Chemical and Pharmaceutical sciences

You'll investigate concepts from chemical and pharmaceutical sciences, nutrition and dietetics, and sports science and therapy.

Monday 2 to Wednesday 4 August 2021

Application Closed


For further information contact Kevin Simpson, Schools and Colleges Outreach Officer

 summerschool@londonmet.ac.uk

Here's what previous Summer School students had to say

“Very informative, not only in subject area but also about general university life. Definitely a worthwhile experience.”

"The Summer School has allowed me to experience new things out of my comfort zone and has helped my decision to go to university greatly. Can't thank you enough."

"Very interactive and informative, with a chance to meet friendly students and make new friends."

"This Summer School has made me feel confident with going to university as now I know what life as a student will be like.

“A very good experience which will help you to gain key skills, learn more about university life and help you make a decision.”

  • 95% said it was useful for their current school/college studies
  • 90% said they felt more prepared to attend university
  • 94% said they would recommend the summer school to future students