Immerse Cambridge, UK
16-18 years old
Weekly hours: 20
Throughout the Engineering summer school programme for 16-18-year-olds, you will be introduced to the engineering topics that form the foundation of engineering at university, reside at a Cambridge University College, and develop new skills as you work through a carefully constructed syllabus. You will be equipped with introductory insights to help decide whether you should pursue studying engineering at the university level. You’ll learn first-year engineering topics and develop both theoretical and practical understanding through an exciting syllabus designed by expert tutors from leading universities.
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Cambridge is internationally renowned for its academic excellence, its beautiful college architecture and its prestigious and rich history. Your time at our school includes experiencing living in actual student accommodation in historic University of Cambridge colleges.
St. Catharine's College
Sidney Sussex College
-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
-Graduation ceremony and certificate
-Detailed evaluation written by tutor
-Notebook and pen
-Mentor family photograph
-Free premium membership to UniPrepare's 'Nurture' plan
-Comprehensive summer school insurance
Outside of lessons, we are proud to offer a busy and diverse social programme to help you get the most out of your 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. Activities and excursions are run by our team of friendly mentors – whose main job is to maximise your enjoyment.
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.
Participants should arrive between 2 pm and 5 pm on the first Sunday of the programme. Our team will be ready and waiting to welcome you, register you, and show you to your accommodation. Please note that your accommodation may not be ready until 3pm.
If you are arriving at London Heathrow Airport, we are able to offer a shared airport transfer service. This is a chaperoned service departing from London Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 and travelling directly to the colleges in Cambridge/Oxford. Do not worry if you will be arriving to any other Heathrow terminal - our dedicated pastoral team will be there to meet you and escort to Terminal 3 for departure to your college
The transfers depart at 11:00, 14:00 and 17:00 on the Sunday of arrivals. On the final Saturday of the programme, the transfers to London Heathrow Airport depart at 07:00 and 12:00. This will be available to book for a fee per journey after enrolment.
Specific details, such as contact numbers, are shared with participants nearer the time of the programme.
If you are arriving at another airport, or by alternative means, further details about arrivals and departures are shared in your Welcome Pack, sent with your confirmation of enrolment.
To book the shared airport transfer service, which will cost £90.00 each way,
The camp is an award-winning academic summer school that offers programs for students aged 16 to 18 in prestigious academic institutions. The goal of this program is to give academically rigorous content that expands participants' knowledge and love for their chosen field. The program also provides young varied and essential views into what it would be like to study at university through 40 hours of academic sessions over the two week. Individual work, referred to as the "Personal Project" in this curriculum, is required. This is usually an essay or a presentation given on the last day of the program. Participants will get comments on their work, which may be included the final assessment of the participant. The Engineering curriculum is meant to develop on the scientific, math, and problem-solving abilities that participants have already acquired in a typical classroom setting and to demonstrate how these talents may be used to continue multidisciplinary study at university. Participants are encouraged to go further into new material and build their own, well-considered opinions and ideas based on solid research and experience. Participants will have a thorough awareness of not just university-level content, but also the diversity of degree programs available in engineering-related areas by the end of the program.
-Shared airport transfer service, which will cost £90.00 each way,
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