Benefit from an immersive educational experience at an elite American research university. The Stanford Summer International Honors Program (IHP) is a collaboration between Stanford University and specific international teaching and research institutions.
Eight-Week Courses: Saturday, June 18 – Sunday, August 14
About the Program
Stanford Summer International Honors Program (IHP) students are selected by their home university to attend an eight-week program on the Stanford campus. This year, IHP students will come from 20 different universities in 14 countries around the world. The program combines top-notch academics with extracurricular activities that explore the rich cultural, social and geographical resources of the San Francisco Bay Area. The IHP experience is invaluable, especially for students who choose to pursue graduate or professional training in the United States.
As a part of IHP, you’ll have the opportunity to earn credit at one of the most competitive universities in the United States. Build your own schedule from more than 250 courses offered by 37 departments within the schools of Humanities and Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Engineering. Summer courses feature smaller class size, accessible instructors, and a diverse student body.
IHP participants should send questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
IHP students are selected by their home university to attend this eight-week program on the Stanford campus; however, an application is required in order to collect background information, contact details, and Student Visa documentation.
The IHP application will open in early 2016 and will remain open until March 31, 2016 at 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time. It is strongly recommended that IHP students complete the application as quickly as possible and be ready to enroll in courses when registration begins on April 10. For visa processing purposes, all I-20 documentation should be submitted as soon as possible and will not be accepted after April 24, 2016.
For more information, visit the How to Apply page.