Frontiers in Hospitality and Tourism ManagementSummer School

Please note: At the University of Strathclyde, the health and safety of students, staff and visitors is our top priority. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Summer School for this year has been cancelled.
We will be running again in 2022.
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An innovative and inspiring insight into Hospitality & Tourism Management and Scottish Culture with a range of social activities creating a rewarding international experience for students:

The summer school offers a unique student experience over a three-week period. Here you will learn about the key theories and themes in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Lectures, seminars and fieldtrips will help you to explore the evolution of various niche tourism industries such as Sport, Film and TV, Music, Events, Food and the Outdoors.

Programme Schedule

Arrival & Accommodation Check in TBC
First Day of Class TBC
Last Day of Class TBC
Departure & Accommodation Check Out TBC

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Summer school students will be based in University self-catering accommodation within a short walking distance to the Business School. You will have your own room in shared accommodation.


Your home institution may be able to award credits for participating in the summer school. The summer school is equivalent to 10 Strathclyde credits which typically equates to 5 ECTS or 4 US Credits.


The summer school is open to all University students studying at any institution around the world or those with an offer of a place at the University of Strathclyde. You must be at least 18 years of age to participate.

If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of language proficiency equivalent to CEFR level B2 or higher.


The total cost of the summer school is £2000 per student. The fee includes tuition, accommodation and scheduled activities. Airfare, Visa costs, (if applicable) food and spending money are not included in this fee. Discounts for partner organisation cohorts are available.

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