We are delighted to announce the return of the Enterprise and the Environment Summer School, which will take place from 1-13 July 2018 at the School of Geography and Environment at the University of Oxford.

The Summer School is designed, delivered and managed within the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment; and is taught to the same standards and by Oxford University academics. It is a programme intended for undergraduates, masters students and young professionals interested to learn more about the nexus between enterprise and the environment.

Now in its third year, the Enterprise and the Environment Summer School is an established extension to the educational portfolio available at the Smith School. It has proven to attract an international audience passionate about addressing environmental change. Previous students have attended from Universities such as McGill, Melbourne, Trinity College Dublin, Stellenbosch, Hong Kong and Dartmouth College. Students typically have a background in geography, finance, law or business; but the programme has also drawn in those from science and engineering as well and is open to applicants from all disciplinary backgrounds.

"The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment's Summer School is relatively unique within the University of Oxford, as only a handful of departments and colleges offer their own programmes. It is intended to provide attendees with an intense learning experience with over 50 hours of teaching over the 2 weeks while still providing opportunities to network and to explore the rich culture, life and history of Oxford."
Dr Caitlin McElroy, Programme Director

An early bird price of £2750 is now available to applicants who are accepted onto the programme through our rolling admissions. This fee includes all teaching, accommodation at Jesus College, breakfast daily, all social activities and serval lunches and dinners.

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