I thought of going to a summer school (was thinking on American or International Law) this summer, both for an extra qualification but mostly for the experience , and I'm just getting a little bit confused after some things I've read online.
I've always thought Summer school was just short summer courses (1-2 months) where you go and get a qualification at the end of it. Am I right?
Could you suggest any decent summer schools in the states that have reasonable fees? (Just to get an idea of what people go for, and how I should go about researching it) Is it universities that usually run these programs or different institutions ?
Summer school in the USA? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 20-02-2016 20:06
- 24-02-2016 01:13
As far as I know, if you want to attend summer school in the US, you'll have to apply to a summer program at a college or university (unless you're referring to high school summer school which is impossible unless you're already enrolled within the county). I'm not sure if you'll have to go through the full admissions process, but my friend took summer classes at her university and it lasted about a month.
However, it isn't like a course exactly, it's more like a class to get credit towards your degree.
If this is what you're interested in, you'll have to decide which state and area you'll be in during the summer first! Good luck