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Explore Summer School


Summer School at Emory is the perfect opportunity to get ahead and prepare for the next step in your academic career. Many undergraduates use the summer to complete GERs, pre-professional or major requirements, explore a course in an area of interest or possible major, or prepare for study abroad.

During the summer, Oxford and Emory students' academic experience is enhanced by the presence of visiting students from other colleges and universities.

Summer Learning Opportunities

Maymester

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Maymester is comprised of courses shortened into a three-week format, allowing students to earn credit and pursue other summer opportunities. Due to the compressed timeline, additional summer courses can only be pursued during the second summer session.

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Maymester Study Away

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Explore and immerse in this 3-week intensive course, which includes online learning and travel. All Emory and Emory Oxford students are welcome to apply.

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Six Week Courses

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Engage with Emory faculty and the opportunity to explore a wide array of disciplines. With more than 120 courses available on campus and online through open enrollment, you're just a few clicks away from making the most out of your summer.

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Summer Enrollment

Some courses may have limited course capacity.

Returning undergraduates not enrolled during the previous spring term must contact the Office for Undergraduate Education and apply for readmission at least one month prior to the beginning of summer term.

Oxford College students who wish to enroll in Emory Summer School should meet with their Oxford academic advisor to plan their schedule and complete any required academic registration forms.

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First-year or transfer students should meet with their academic advisor prior to summer enrollment and should notify the Office of Admission in writing at least one month prior to the start of the session they plan to attend.