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Induction dates

For the full programme and weeks 1-3 the Induction will take place on Friday 29th June For weeks 4-6 the induction will take place on Friday 20th July

Arrival dates
For the full programme or the weeks 1-3 programme please arrange to arrive at Prospect Point, 60 Moira Street, Liverpool L6 1BA on 27th June or 28th June 2012 between 08:30 and 20:00 hours where a Welfare Tutor will greet you. Outside these hours, there is a 24 hour Reception at Prospect Point or University of Liverpool staff can be contacted by telephone, a contact number will be provided for late arrivals or emergency use. An English language test for weeks 1-3 and 1-6 will be held on Friday 29th June 2012. For the weeks 4-6 programme please arrange to arrive at Prospect Point, 60 Moira Street, Liverpool L6 1BA on 18th or 19th July between 08:30 and 20:00 hours. Outside these hours, University of Liverpool staff can be contacted by telephone, a contact number will be provided for late arrivals or emergency use. An English language test for weeks 4-6 will be held on Friday 20th July 2012.

When you arrive in Liverpool We suggest that upon your arrival you take a taxi to (Prospect Point) and report to the Reception where a Welfare Tutor will greet you. Your accommodation is near the University campus and you should expect to pay about 15 for your taxi fare from John Lennon Airport, and about 5 from Liverpool Lime Street.

Withdrawal Fee If you wish to withdraw the following rules will apply 50 for withdrawals after 28th May/ 100 for withdrawals after 15th June Modules: Cancellation/Withdrawal Modules which under recruit may be cancelled in which case the University of Liverpool will reallocate the student to another module on their preference list. Modules may also be cancelled for reasons beyond our control, e.g. lecturer sickness. Some combinations of modules may not be possible because of timetable clashes. For further information about individual courses please click on the titles below. To view the current timetables please click here for weeks 1-3, and here for weeks 4-6. Please take a close look at the timetable before you choose your courses, this will help you avoid clashes. To download an application form please click here. You must email your completed application form to laureate.summerschool@liv.ac.uk before the 25th May 2012. Compulsory English Groups will take place: 13.30-15.20 OR 15.30-17.20 Mon-Thur (groups allocated on arrival)

Weeks 1-3
Information Technology and Creativity (CRN 15229) Doing Business in Foreign Countries (CRN 16311)

Crisis Management (CRN 16307) Liverpool Culture 1950-1980 (English Literature) (CRN 16299) Hunters, Farmers, Shamans and Romans - The Ancient History of Britain (CRN 16313) Urban Life Architecture in the City (CRN 16298) Culture, Power and Society (CRN 16312) Corporate Social Responsibility Group 1 & 2 (CRN 14626 & CRN 15216) Cultural Diversity and Global Communication Trends Group 1 (CRN 14611) Global Business Management: Managing Across Borders Group 1 (CRN 14609) Global Perspectives in Human Resource Management (CRN 16305) Bringing Business Strategy to Life (CRN 16445) Chinese Economy and Society Group 1 & 2 (CRN 14594 & CRN 14603) Globalisation and the Asian Economy Group 1 & 2 (CRN 14606 & CRN 15218)

Compulsory English Groups will take place: 13.30-15.20 OR 15.30-17.20 Mon-Thur (groups allocated on arrival)

Weeks 4-6

Introduction to British Politics Group 1 (CRN 14601) Post 1945 History (CRN 16306) Media Rich Group 1 (CRN 15226) Home and Abroad (English Literature) (CRN 16297) Stonehenge (CRN 15225) Art and Public Sculpture in Liverpool (CRN 16310) Global Marketing: Thinking Global Acting Local Group 1 & 2 (CRN 14627 & CRN 15219) Enterprise Group 1 & 2 (CRN 14617 & CRN 15217) Liverpool Culture 1980-2010 (English Literature) (CRN 15224) International Relations 1 & 2 (CRN 14618 & CRN 14624) Managing Knowledge in the Global Economy Group 1 & 2 (CRN 14610 & CRN 15221) Understanding the Global Financial Crisis 2008-2011 1 & 2 (CRN 17043 & CRN 17044) Of Gods and Monsters: Myth and the Ancient Greeks (CRN 17045) Leadership in Contemporary Business (CRN 16300)

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