+ Cambridge Science & Innovation Course     Download

Course Introduction

· This course has been designed by Cambridge University Invelopers Society and aims to help ambitious young inventors and developers transform their creative ideas into real products. Using both software and hardware development techniques with support and guidance from Cambridge professors, Cambridge CUIS members, and access to the University’s laboratory facilities.

· This course is suitable for interdisciplinary learning in mechanical design and manufacturing, chemical engineering, electronics and computer science, beginning with simpler projects to allow even inexperienced middle school students to learn to enjoy the creation of technology. Students will be able to increase the level of their projects in accordance with the skills and knowledge they are able to demonstrate.

Course Project

· High Tech Innovation & Entrepreneurship

· Sport Excursions-Boxing & Rugby

· Cambridge University Formal Dinner

· Academic Presentation Skills Training

· Presentations and Assessments

· CAD and 3D printing

· Modern Computer and C Language

· Assembling

· Closing Ceremony

+ International Summer School Programs     Download

Oxford Summer School

· Programme Introduction:

The Oxford Summer School programme offers students aged 16-18 the opportunity to live and study in colleges of the University of Oxford for two weeks. Most courses are taught by Oxford University teachers, offering more than 20 courses to choose from. The full course of instruction, accommodation and dining takes place in Oxford. 

The main idea of learning and entertainment for the international youth is to appreciate the essence of academics and British

culture, and ultimately be awarded a certificate and graduation 'Oxford Blue' report.

· Academic Content:

List A:

Business Finance / Chemistry / Classical Civilizations / Contemporary History / Creative Writing / Economics / English Literature / Experimental Psychology / Human Science /Journalism / Management Studies / Marketing & Digital Marketing / Mathematics / Medical Biology / Neuroscience / Philosophy/ Physics / Political Science and International Relations / Business and Enterprise Programme 1 / Engineering 1 / Computer Science 1 / Medical School Preparation 1

List B:

Archaeology & Anthropology / Astronomy / Business Finance / Chemistry / Contemporary History /Creative Writing / Economics / English Literature / Experimental Psychology / Genetics / Human Sciences/ Marketing & Digital Marketing / Mathematics / Medical Biology / Neuroscience / Physics / Political Science and International Relations / Business and Enterprise Programme 2 / Engineering 2 / Computer Science 2 / Medical School Preparation 2

Cambridge Summer School

· Programme Introduction:

The Cambridge Summer School is a unique two week residential educational experience with a diverse and enriching curriculum, designed for students aged between 16-18. Tutorials and seminars are taught by highly regarded tutors in an optimal learning environment that stimulates academic enquiry. 

The programme not only meets the academic needs of the participants, but also provides a unique experience of the university city through an abundance of extracurricular activities. Students reside in one of central Cambridge's largest and most beautiful university colleges. With its diverse and enriching curriculum, the programme allows students to explore and further their knowledge of a chosen subject in an unrivalled academic environment.

· Courses includes:

Medical / Physics / Engineering / Architecture / Biology / Chemistry / Mathematics / Computer / Science / Economics / Law / Philosophy / English / Literature / History / International Relations / English Creation

Stanford Pre-Collegiate International Institutes

· Programme Introduction:

The Stanford Pre-Collegiate International Institutes invites schools and organizations from around the world to bring academically talented high school students to Stanford University for a two - week introduction to American college life. Motivated pre-college students who attend the Stanford Pre-Collegiate International Institutes will be intellectually challenged, and they will develop skills in problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and innovation.

Students participate in intensive academics that expose them to university-level content through courses and workshops that draw on a range of subjects taught in the Stanford schools of Humanities, Sciences, Engineering, Medicine, and Business. The program helps to foster a passion for intellectual pursuit. The International Institutes provide an American college-life experience and helps students understand the admissions process for U.S. colleges and universities. One of the highlights of the program is the opportunity for students to interact with other students from around the world and learn about each others cultures.

· Courses includes:

Biological Sciences / Business & Entrepreneurship / Design Thinking / Decision Leadership & Negotiation / Neurology / Mathematical Logic / English Creation / Academic Writing