Whether students are looking to get a jump on essential coursework, experience comprehensive language education or undertake prestigious research, the Foundation’s summer programs are designed to meet their academic needs and prepare them for success in a global economy.
– Students enroll in regularly offered summer courses and are assessed on the same basis as degree-seeking students. Undergraduate - and graduate-level study is possible for qualified students.
– Students enroll in intensive second-language courses during the summer, often earning transfer credit from the home university.
Summer Academic Internship
–Students enroll in a credit-bearing internship program that combines formal academic study with career-related work placement for 6 to 10 weeks during the summer.
Summer Undergraduate Research
– Highly qualified undergraduates considering advanced degrees enroll in this program during a few weeks in the summer to work closely with faculty through supervised research at a prestigious Western research-focused university.