Cambridge College Summer School takes place at Clare College, The University of Cambridge. Clare College was founded in 1326 and is the university’s second oldest remaining college. The picturesque campus is located on the banks of the River Cam and just 15 minutes from the centre of Cambridge.
The summer courses are specifically designed for international students aged between 15 and 17 years of age. Courses teach English through the study of specific academic subjects and prepare students for further study or professional life in their chosen field. The English for Specific Purposes (ESP) courses include a dynamic range of different subject specialities, preparing students for life at a leading English speaking University. The summer courses combine a comprehensive academic curriculum with an engaging social programme, all within the inspiring settings of Cambridge University.
All students stay, learn and dine in Clare College.
Our Summer College Academic Programme at Cambridge University is designed to help students develop their subject knowledge and English language skills as they prepare for further study.
Our students receive 20 hours of tuition per week in their chosen subject. This consists of classroom based lessons, guest speakers, workshop, academic excursions and full day trips to London every two weeks.
The summer school offers students comfortable twin en-suite bedrooms in traditional university accommodation on campus.
|Start Date||End Date||Duration||Price|
|Monday 6 July, 2020||Monday 20 July, 2020||2 Weeks||£4,400|
|Monday 6 July, 2020||Monday 3 August, 2020||4 Weeks||£8,400|
|Monday 20 July, 2020||Monday 3 August, 2020||2 Weeks||£4,400|
*Except for departure week when there is one full day trip
Airport Transfers are also available at a supplementary cost.
Cambridge College Summer School is operated by Summer Boarding Courses Ltd who contracts with Clare College for the use of the facilities, but has no formal connection with The University of Cambridge.