Washington University in St. Louis welcomes students from around the world for summer study. Students have the option to select from a variety of programs and courses to enhance their educational experience. Whether seeking to build your leadership skills or exploring new subject matter, our small courses and friendly campus provide the ideal introduction to American education.
2016 Summer Program Options
Current undergraduate students can participate in our 5-week International Summer Study program, July 15 - August 19, taking two courses, attending social and cultural events, and meeting with deans and directors. Choose from the following options:
- Global Leadership (MAILI)
- Innovation: Entrepreneurism and Design Thinking
- American Politics & Culture
- Arts & Sciences
Click here to learn about the program dates, application process, scholarships and fees, and more.
Current high school students can participate in our High School Summer Experiences in which they earn academic credit, or enroll in a High School Summer Institute in pre-medicine, pre-engineering, leadership, writing, ESL, and more. Programs range from 1-5 weeks.
Middle school students spend two weeks living on campus and taking two innovative, noncredit courses. Choose from three program dates.
Already in the United States studying on an F-1 visa at another U.S. university? You may register for summer courses at WUSTL in any session as a visiting student or apply to any of our program options above! You also have the option to live on campus or arrange your own off-campus housing.
All visiting student enrollments are processed by the Summer School office. You must first complete an international student information form and return to email@example.com at least one week prior to your desired course start date. If you have additional questions about open enrollment, please contact Christina Zebrowski, (314) 935-4695.
International visiting students who are not associated with a summer program option listed above are required to provide proof of housing while in St. Louis. Please contact the Summer Programs & Conference Services office at (314) 935-5015 if you wish to reside on campus.
For questions about your current visa status, please contact Martha Turner, Office of International Students and Scholars, at (314) 935-5991.
International university administrators interested in establishing a partnership program should contact Assoc. Dean Patricia Matthews, firstname.lastname@example.org.