Program Details

Join a vibrant international community of undergraduates, graduates and adult students. Taught by leading academics, programmes include business, science, law and humanities. Study for 1-6 weeks, stay in a historic College and enjoy social events.

Cambridge, United Kingdom
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:

Program Overview

Program Description:

Study at one of the world's leading universities this summer. The University of Cambridge International Summer Programmes (7 July-17 August 2019) have a reputation for excellent teaching, fascinating courses and inspirational lectures and talks. This year we are offering programmes in Business & Entrepreneurship, Science, Literature, Creative Writing, History, Art & Visual Culture, Ancient & Classical Worlds, Medieval Studies, Shakespeare and the Renaissance, and Interdisciplinary. Courses on the Interdisciplinary Programme include international politics and relations, economics, literature, history, philosophy, art and architecture and science. We also offer a three-week programme in English Law and Legal Methods.

In addition to this mix of subjects and teaching quality, you can choose to stay in a historic Cambridge College near the city centre.

Programmes are taught at undergraduate level and attract adults from 18 to 80+ from all over the world. Each year, around 20% of applicants have already attended one of our programmes.

Daily classroom sessions allow for close discussion with your course directors and are complemented by morning lectures and evening talks. All are taught by leading Cambridge scholars and guest subject experts. In addition we offer evening talks, concerts, readings, weekend excursions and other social events.

Setting Description:
Spend time exploring the beautiful and historic city of Cambridge with its galleries, museums and monuments. Easy access to other places of interest in the UK include London, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and Canterbury. A number of weekend excursions are organised so that students can make the most of their time in Cambridge.