The Cass London Summer School offers invaluable insights into key business disciplines, with all teaching based in our modern postgraduate facility on the doorstep of the City of London and London’s Tech City. It is enriched by a social programme that includes welcome drinks and networking events, and the teaching schedule is designed to give you the chance to explore this great city, and those nearby, at weekends.
This year’s Cass London Summer School will run from Monday 4 July – Friday 22 July 2016. You can learn more about the programme here and remember that the application deadline is 1 June 2016.
Cass London Summer School 2016 is offering you the chance to compete for a fee waiver by joining the competition!
- A scholarship at Cass Summer School 2016
- No prize alternatives or cash equivalents are offered
- Prizes are non-transferable
- The winner is solely responsible for all applicable taxes related to the acceptance of the prize
- To be fully eligible for the prize, the winner needs to have applied directly to the Cass Summer School here
- The winner needs to be an undergraduate student/have a Bachelor’s degree, postgraduate student/have a Master’s degree or be a Ph.D. student
- Winners must abide by the application requirements of the host organization
- All users must provide submissions that the user has created him/herself
- All users must provide personal information that is truthful and accurate
- Sqore reserves the right to exclude users at its sole discretion
- Sqore reserves the right to change these terms at any time
- Sqore is solely the host of this opportunity thus not liable for business or dealings outside of the platform
- By participating in this opportunity, you agree to adhere to the Sqore.com terms and conditions
- The terms are governed by Swedish law and; therefore, you submit to the jurisdiction of Swedish courts by participating
- Plagiarism* is strictly forbidden on Sqore.com and if a plagiarized submission(s) is (are) found, you will automatically be disqualified from the challenge you used plagiarized work in and may be removed entirely from the Sqore.com platform without notification and may be disqualified for future challenges at Sqore’s sole discretion.
*What is plagiarism? It is taking someone else’s writing, song, or idea and submitting it as your own work. This can include information from web pages, articles, books, interviews, artwork, or any other form of media.