May 08, 2013
Bridget Declue

SLU to Host International Student Summer Program

High school students ages 16 to 18 will learn what it is like to be a student at an American university. Friends or relatives of members of the SLU community are invited to apply.

Saint Louis University will host the International Student Summer Program for international high school students July 8-27, 2013. This program invites high school students from around the globe to learn what it is like to be a student at an American university by living, dining and learning on SLU's campus. Friends or relatives of SLU faculty and staff are encouraged to apply.

During this three-week program, students will live in one of SLU's residence halls, take a credit-bearing course and participate in various cultural events, including visiting the Saint Louis Art Museum and taking a boat ride on the Mississippi River.

This is a great opportunity for international students who are 16 to 18 years of age to learn about American culture, improve their English communication skills and prepare for college at a global university.

To register for the program and learn more, visit the International Student Summer Program

Higher purpose. Greater good.
© 1818 - 2015  SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY   |   Disclaimer   |  Mobile Site
St. Louis   |   Madrid