22 July 2017
Reach Cambridge International Summer School **Under 18s**
Reach Cambridge offers UK and international high school students the opportunity to gain an invaluable academic experience through a summer course in one of the top educational facilities in the world. Participants stay in the world-renowned Cambridge University, or our headquarters in the centre of the city, both located just 50 miles north of London.
We provide unique and academically-rigorous 1, 2 and 3-week residential programs for students in both the spring and summer. As well as an unrivalled academic environment, students experience British culture in the stimulating and distinguished surroundings of the University City of Cambridge in the south-east of England.
Reach Cambridge combines classes, lectures and workshops – often led by Cambridge academics – with a varied program of exciting activities and excursions across Britain. Each course is specially designed to complement high school studies, whilst also offering a glimpse of University-style learning.
High School students
All Reach Cambridge courses are designed to provide unique introductions to your favourite academic subjects at University level. Taught by experts in the field through interactive lessons and workshops, they make the most of what Cambridge University has to offer. Whether destined to be the next path-breaking Physicist or driven to succeed in Journalism, there’s a Reach Cambridge course for you.
GBP 4595: Fees vary per course.
The program cost includes accommodation in a Cambridge college or our headquarters 'Reach Hall', two meals a day, excellent academic courses, evening lectures, a wide range of supervised daily activities, excursions outside of Cambridge, the option of airport transfers and 24-hour supervision.
The Reach Cambridge scholarship essay competition is designed for academically excellent students who would otherwise not be able to attend our summer programs. For more information please look here: http://www.reachcambridge.com/scholarship-essay-competi