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Architecture - Cambridge _ UK


2 July - 19 August 2023


13 - 18


£ 5,995


2 Weeks

Includes free 1yr online course
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Why this Programme ?

  • The city of Cambridge is a perfect place to study for the summer.

  • Provides students aged 13-18 with unparalleled educational experiences.

  • Unique Programmes focusing on academic rigour, stimulating participant’s intellectual curiosity in their chosen subjects.

  • Every student leaves the programmes with newfound expertise and enthusiasm to plan the next stages of their education.

  • Programmes designed by tutors from leading global universities

  • Truly international environment - More than 125 nationalities

  • Average class size of 7 (max 10)

  • 1:1 tutorials

  • Academic workshops

About the Course

Architecture - Summer School - (English Level : Upper Intermediate (B2) and Above)

Throughout this programme, you will be introduced to the topics that form the foundation of architecture, reside at a Cambridge University College, and develop new skills as you work through a carefully constructed syllabus combining theory with practical experience.

You will gain a better perception of the history and trends behind modern architecture, as well as an insight into the real-world challenges of a practising architect. You’ll also gain an in-depth understanding of the theory of architecture and acquire hands-on experience by crafting your design ideas.

Academic Insights  - Live and learn like an Oxbridge student. With over 20 university-level subjects to choose from, all teaching is delivered by top academics, with our Oxford, Cambridge, and Sydney programmes using exclusively Oxbridge educated tutors.Other courses available at Cambridge:

These courses are available also in Oxford, Sydney, and Toronto

For the 13 - 15 years old students

Business Management / Computer Science / Creative Writing / Earth Sciences / Engineering / International Relations / Law / Medicine / Physics / Psychology

For the 16 - 18 years old students

Business Management / Biology / Computer Science / Creative Writing / Earth Sciences/ Engineering / International Relations / Law / / Physics / Psychology / Chemistry /Coding / Economics / English Literature / History / Mathematics / Medicine / Nanotechnology / Philosophy / Politics and Econmics / Future Female Leaders

Package Includes:

  • 13 nights accommodation in a central college of the University of Cambridge or Oxford

  • Breakfast and dinner in College Hall

  • Accommodation in an individual bedroom

  • 40 hours of academic sessions from Oxford University and Cambridge University tutors

  • Carefully designed study and lecture materials

  • Mentor programme and access to support material

  • All excursions- including formal dinner at Cambridge/Oxford colleges, punting, croquet

  • Comprehensive summer school insurance

  • 2 coach excursions including a trip to London

  • 1 -Year Free online course

  • Graduation ceremony and certificate

  • Detailed evaluation written by tutor

  • Notebook and pen

  • Mentor family photograph

  • Free premium membership to UniPrepare's 'Nurture' plan

About the School

All participants will be allocated to a college a few weeks before arriving, based on their dates and subject choice.

Males and females have separate accommodation in every college, and there is wi-fi available throughout.

Formal Hall Dinner

Formal Hall is a traditional weekly meal that takes place in every college. This is an opportunity for students to dress up, dine by candlelight in the magical surroundings of a Cambridge college’s dining hall.

As an Immerse student, you will experience formal dinner three times during your stay – once per week in Cambridge, as well as in an Oxford University college on the excursion day.

Action Packed Social Programme

Outside of lessons, students will enjoy a busy and diverse social programme to help them get the most out of their time in Cambridge. This includes activities such as punting on the River Cam, zorb football and a murder mystery night in the college.There are also two excursions during the programme, one day trip to visit Oxford and its constituent colleges, as well as an optional day out in London, seeing the city’s most famous landmarks as well as some free time for shopping. Those who choose not to travel to London are invited to afternoon tea in Cambridge.oad brochure

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