Continuing Education Summer Courses
JCU’s summer courses are an ideal way to deepen your understanding of a subject and strengthen your English language and analytical skills. Continuing Education (CE) students are welcome to enroll in JCU’s regular summer classes and participate fully in the course’s activities.
Individuals who are interested in receiving academic credit for a summer course should write email@example.com for more information.
- Summer I 2015 – classes held Monday, May 25 to Friday, June 26
- Summer II 2015 – classes held Monday, July 6 to Friday, August 7
Art History, Business, Communications, Management, Finance, History, Political Science, Italian, Latin, English Literature, Mathematics, Science and more. For a complete listing see Summer I courses or Summer II courses.
Continuing Summer Education classes are open to professionals and high school students who have:
- JCU English Language Admissions Requirements Level C1 or higher; TOEFL 85 or higher. Students who are not sure of their level of English may request to take a JCU Placement Exam before enrolling: write firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Are 18-years or older (high school students may apply)
Non-degree students taking summer classes not for academic credit pay € 900 or $ 1150. Official University transcripts will be issued for students who complete the course.
Students taking Continuing Education courses do not qualify for student visas.
For more information and to apply contact: email@example.com
Continuing Education students are expected to participate fully in the course and to abide by all of the University’s standards of student conduct.