Lovely Professional University provides opportunity of summer schools/winter school for its students. These programs generally happen in the summer vacations or winter vacations of the academic year. A summer/winter school is a form of educational program that offers courses, both academic and non-academic. These programs lead to firsthand experience rather than theoretical knowledge. Students can have best of both world, have an international exposure without disturbing its academic schedule. Courses usually last from one to six weeks.
Benefits of International Exposure Programme
- Summer/Winter Schools are generally run by expert faculty in their particular field. Hence the applicant would gaining academically quiet a lot.
- Make new friends. Summers Schools are attended by students around the world hence meeting new people and making new friends.
- Make connections with the faculty for your higher education.
- Budget Friendly. Means the students who are interested in getting an International Exposure can with fewer budgets can apply for these summer/Winter School Programs.
- Learning culture of the new country and sightseeing, as these kind of summer/winter programs includes cultural excursions and visit to places of historical importance.
Eligibility and Other Requirements
- To attend the summer/winter school as such there is no academic eligibility requirements but the applicant’s academic scores should be strong.
- One must be of the age of 18 years and above.
- Enough funds to cover the cost of Summer/Winter school and cost of the travel
- English Proficiency test generally is not required for Summer School but some universities put English Proficiency test as mandatory
- A valid Passport having at least 6 months validity.
Procedure for International Exposure Programme
- The applicant must constantly check the UMS for the opportunities being offered for summer/winter school.
- Interested applicants have to fill the application form and parents’ consent letter to the office for verification and processing.
- There would be interaction with the head of the Division for the assessment of the applicant.
- The final decision would be of the University applying to.
- Once the applicant is selected they have to deposit the Affidavit and Indemnity bond to the Division of International Affairs (format would be provided by Division of International Affairs)
The applicant must contact Division of International Affairs at 32-310 for further discussions and processing.