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Cambridge SciSearch | Exciting Summer School Opportunity for Students

Cambridge University (UK) for 16 - 19 year old students who display a passion for either biology, chemistry, computer sciences, mathematics, medicine, physics or veterinary medicine.

Our prestigious summer school courses offer students extensive first-hand practical research experience in the science laboratory, balanced alongside a range of other academic teaching. All of our academic sessions are delivered by leading Oxbridge academics; either professors, fellows, researchers or postgraduate students who are inspiring yet approachable. Formal teaching is balanced with opportunities for academic enrichment, cultural exploration, sporting activities and weekend excursions. In addition, we also provide advice and support regarding the Oxbridge application process, thereby helping students to better prepare themselves.

Attached is the brochure for 2016. Alternatively, for more information regarding the programme we offer, please see our website: We have a limited number of places remaining on our 2016 programme so early applications are strongly recommended to guarantee a place.

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Summer Camp in Germany [Jacob's University]

This year we are excited to offer our international summer camp in collaboration with the VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure), Germany’s largest association of engineers. The VDI are also experienced in running successful summer camps for members of their “Future Pioneers”. Together we will offer a number of workshops. The aim of the workshops will be to enable students to develop possible solutions to current real world problems.

Please find attached the poster of the program at the bottom of this page. 

Here are just the quick facts:

Time: July 24th – 30th, 2016

Fees: 400 € (includes room&board, workshops and excursions)

Open to: high school students aged 14 or above


Optional: Intensive German Language Course (offered by the Goethe Institute)


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UC Berkeley ATPD Summer Program

UC Berkeley ATDP Program

ATDP, administrated by the Graduate School of Education for the past 34 years, is the official program of UCBerkeley ( that provides opportunities for academically talented high school students to seek academic advancement beyond their current curriculum and to promote their college readiness. ATDP not only is a renown talent program among universities and colleges in the U.S. but also directly referenced under the online college application platform of the entire University of California system as an authorized academicprogram.

Since 2013, ATDP has partnered with CFM Educational Services to provide residential program as well as extra-curriculum services to international students and non-commuting domestic students. CFM supports students through the application process and throughout the entire program from arrival to departure. In addition to the challenging classes and the fun weekend activities, students will participate in community services, visit Silicon Valley companies, receive academic counseling and learn college life from and be inspired by their residential counselors of outstanding Berkeley students.

ATDP 2016 starts on July 16 and ends on August 13. I hereby attach the program brochure for your information. We welcome your students to join us and appreciate your help in sharing this program with them. For more information, please visit ATDP website at


California College of the Arts: Summer Program

Greetings from California!

We are now accepting applications for 2016 summer programs at CCA!

Summer High School English + Art/Design Program
3 weeks / July 9-31

For international high school students ages 15-17 who have just completed
the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade 

This unique summer program is designed for international high school students who would enjoy spending three weeks in the San Francisco Bay Area while developing their English language and studio skills. Participants explore verbal and visual languages and experiment with a range of processes and materials. They work closely with faculty to complete and document studio projects for their college-admissions portfolios; they also receive guidance on developing college application essays.

For more information and to apply, please visit 

Pre-College Program
4 weeks / June 27–July 22

For high school students ages 15-18 who have just completed the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade

CCA's four-week summer Pre-College Program, for American students and international students with fluent English proficiency, offers 20 different art, architecture, design, and writing course options. Participants earn 3 units of college credit. International participants are typically attending English-speaking high schools in the U.S. or abroad.

For more information and to apply, please visit 

HULT Business School - Summer Program

Pre-University Program

The Pre-University program is a summer program designed to nurture 16 -19 year olds, into Hult BBA applicants who are already in love with Hult!

We bring together adventurous high school students from all over the world to the Hult campuses for 2 weeks, to gain a new global perspective and experience university life in London and San Francisco. They experience the Hult classroom through workshops and lectures, and get the chance to apply their new business knowledge on a practical application - the fun and competitive Pre-University Business Challenge.  Between classes, they can get to know fellow classmates, make life long friends and explore London or San Francisco in organised trips designed to immerse them in the local culture.


Program info for 2016:

Age: 16-19 years

English requirement: IELTS 5.5/EFSET 51

Program fee

London: GBP 2,500

San Francisco: USD 3,500

All inclusive (excl. flights)



July 3-17 (60 seats)

July 24- August 7 (60 seats)

San Francisco

July 3-17 (35 seats)


Link to application