Summer Programmes

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 00:00

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Global Summer Programme:
additional places now available

Apply today

The Global Summer Programme is primarily for undergraduates at IARU institutions. However a limited number of additional places are now available for students from other leading universities around the world.

Students should have an equivalent GPA of 3.5 or above (ie, be in the top 10% in their year), and must provide a current transcript, two referees, IELTS scores (where relevant), as well as the completed application form by Monday 23rd May at the latest.

Application form

Download the application form here.

Open-access Summer Programmes

We also offer a wide range of other open-access programmes:
Ancient and Classical Worlds
Creative Writing
English Legal Methods
History
Literature
Medieval Studies
Science
Shakespeare
Interdisciplinary Summer Programme

About our programmes

Programmes are delivered at university level and geared towards an adult audience of undergraduate and graduate students, professionals and retired people. All are taught by leading Cambridge scholars and guest subject specialists. Programmes combine classroom sessions, subject-specific morning lectures and general-interest evening talks. 

Find out more

Browse our programmes online
Download a copy of our brochure
Request a copy of our brochure or
Call us on +44 (0) 1223 760850

What our students say

“One of the best summers of my life! The courses were intensive, challenging and highly enjoyable!”
Marie Tredaniel, France (Interdisciplinary Programme)

“In the introduction talk you said that your goal was to change lives, and in my case you definitely succeeded. I will hopefully be returning next year, and will definitely be recommending it to others.”
Blanaid Barr, Northern Ireland (Literature)

“Classes are rich and rewarding in their variety and depth; plenary lectures are stimulating and fun; the international, intergenerational student body is a delight… It's no wonder students return year after year.”
Ben Wiley, USA (Interdisciplinary Programme)

“The International Summer Programme is the most wonderful thing I have ever taken part in. I have learned more in the past two weeks than in the past two years! Thank you for this opportunity!”
Barbara Plock, Germany (Medieval Studies)

For more information visit www.ice.cam.ac.uk/intsummer
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Monday, 07 December 2015 00:00

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2016 International Summer Programmes

Applications now open

Applications are now open for the University of Cambridge International Summer Programmes which will run in Cambridge from
3 July to 13 August 2016. Our programmes give you the opportunity to meet award-winning lecturers, stay and dine in one of the historic Cambridge Colleges and enjoy a range of weekend excursions and
social activities.

Our programmes

We offer the following specialist programmes:
Ancient and Classical Worlds
Creative Writing
English Legal Methods
History
Literature
Medieval Studies
Science
Shakespeare

We also offer an Interdisciplinary Summer Programme where you can select courses from a wide range of topics including philosophy, economics, international politics and relations, literature, history, archaeology, history of art and history of science.

About our programmes

Programmes are delivered at university level and geared towards an adult audience of undergraduate and graduate students, professionals and retired people. All are taught by leading Cambridge scholars and guest subject specialists. Programmes combine classroom sessions, subject-specific morning lectures and general-interest evening talks. 

Find out more

Browse our programmes online
Download a copy of our brochure
Request a copy of our brochure or
Call us on +44 (0) 1223 760850

Virtual Open Day

We'll be hosting our first ever Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 16 December. You'll have the chance to hear from some of our past students and lectures, browse our programmes and accommodation options and contact our team to find our more about what we offer.

What our students say

“One of the best summers of my life! The courses were intensive, challenging and highly enjoyable!”
Marie Tredaniel, France (Interdisciplinary Programme)

“In the introduction talk you said that your goal was to change lives, and in my case you definitely succeeded. I will hopefully be returning next year, and will definitely be recommending it to others.”
Blanaid Barr, Northern Ireland (Literature)

“Classes are rich and rewarding in their variety and depth; plenary lectures are stimulating and fun; the international, intergenerational student body is a delight… It's no wonder students return year after year.”
Ben Wiley, USA (Interdisciplinary Programme)

“The International Summer Programme is the most wonderful thing I have ever taken part in. I have learned more in the past two weeks than in the past two years! Thank you for this opportunity!”
Barbara Plock, Germany (Medieval Studies)

For more information visit www.ice.cam.ac.uk/intsummer
Follow us on Twitter: @Cambridge_ISP

 


 

   

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 16:25

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Summer Schools nominated for prestigious marketing award

ICE’s International Summer Schools’ 2015 publicity campaign has been nominated for a prestigious Heist Award for Education Marketing.

The campaign was shortlisted in the ‘Best Student Recruitment Campaign’ category, having successfully increased student enrolments during the month of March by 10% in 2015 compared with the previous year.

Director of International Programmes Sarah Ormrod said:

“These short, residential and truly international programmes change the perceptions and lives of hundreds of students each year.  We are continuing a 90-year-old tradition of welcoming people to an open-access learning experience at one of the world's best universities.

“To stay competitive, we need to make that experience – and the publicity for it – the best we can for a very broad, global audience. We have brought together every possible improvement in direct response to student feedback – to text, to curriculum, to clarity of message, and to attractiveness – in order to improve numbers at this stage in the application cycle.”

The results of the awards will be announced at a gala dinner in Manchester on 9 July 2015.

View the nominations in full

View the Summer Schools 2015 programme

About the Heist Awards

The internationally recognised annual Heist Awards for Education Marketing have evolved over more than 20 years to become one of the premier awards programmes for marketing in the further and higher education sectors.

Find out more about the awards

   

Friday, 29 May 2015 11:00

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2015 International Summer Schools

29 May 2015:

Online application: news of extended online application deadlines

The quickest way to apply is by using our secure online booking system and paying by credit or debit card. Online applications can be accepted up until 21 June 2015 for ISS Term I, Ancient and Classical Worlds, Science Term I, Literature Term I. Online applications can be accepted up until 5 July 2015 for ISS Term II, Science Term II, Literature Term II and History. Online applications can be accepted up until 19 July 2015 for ISS Term III, Shakespeare, Medieval Studies and Creative Writing.

Please note: After each of these deadlines, you can still apply for your chosen programme(s) by using a paper-based application form.

The University of Cambridge International Summer Schools will run in Cambridge from 5 July to 15 August 2015. Our programmes give you the opportunity to meet award-winning lecturers, stay and dine in one of the historic Cambridge Colleges and enjoy a range of weekend excursions and social activities.

Our programmes

Specialist Summer Schools are available in:
Ancient and Classical Worlds
Creative Writing
History
Literature
Medieval Studies
Science
Shakespeare

We also offer an Interdisciplinary Summer School where you can select courses from a wide range of topics including international politics, philosophy, archaeology, history of art, history of science, literature, international development and film.

About our programmes

Programmes are delivered at university level and geared towards an adult audience of undergraduate and graduate students, professionals and retired people. All are taught by leading Cambridge scholars and guest subject specialists, dedicated to making their courses both academically rigorous and immensely enjoyable. Programmes combine classroom sessions, subject-specific morning lectures and general-interest evening talks. 

Find out more

Browse our programmes online
Download a copy of our brochure
Request a copy of our brochure or
Call us on +44 (0) 1223 760850

What our students say

“The entire experience was even better than I expected, and I expected a lot. I absolutely loved it and walked away expanded in mind and spirit. I can't thank you enough.” Sally Osbon, USA (Literature)

“I believe that the Science International Summer School was a fulfilling experience. The programmes extended the scope of the subjects I have taken at my home institution and my previous knowledge enabled me to fully understand the presented problems. Also, the international character of the Summer School allowed for the exchange of the different ways of thinking in tackling scientific problems. I think that everyone should attend this Summer School at least once in a lifetime.” Dominika Gnatek, Poland (Science)

“May I thank you for organising that rather wonderful experience, the University of Cambridge Creative Writing Summer School. The stay was an extremely hyperactive two weeks, of very hard work and long hours, of academic challenges, aesthetic indulgences, historical awakenings, and architectural dreams fulfilled. Not only was our two weeks exactly what we wanted, but more. In essence, it was the huge inspiration we require, to continue with our Creative Writing ambitions.” John Redvers Rooney, United Kingdom (Creative Writing)

“My expectation of the summer school was high. Nonetheless, I had not conceived that I would have such a wonderful week, filled with learning, new experiences, inspirational tutors and fascinating colleagues, all of which combined to make my first experience of the summer school one of the most memorable events I could have wished for. I have begun saving for 2015.” David Killip, Isle of Man (Medieval Studies)

For more information visit www.ice.cam.ac.uk/intsummer


 

   

Friday, 15 March 2013 00:00

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2013 Summer School Plenary Lectures announced

Interdisciplinary Summer School Term I

8 July – 2 August 2013

The chosen theme for this year’s Interdisciplinary Term I lecture programme is Vision. This truly interdisciplinary lecture series, put together by International Programmes Director Sarah J Ormrod offers a wide range of topics for debate. Lectures and speakers will include: Sir Tony Brenton: Calpurnia’s vision: democracy in difficult places, Professor John Mollon: Perception of colour, Michael Ramage: Visionary architecture, Professor Nicola S Clayton: Imagination and the door to identity and Dr Gillian Sutherland: "A men’s University - though of a mixed type": Cambridge and the education of women?

Find out more about the Interdisciplinary Summer School Term I.

Interdisciplinary Summer School Term II

4 – 17 August 2013

An exciting range of evening lectures is currently being planned for the Interdisciplinary Summer School Term II.

Find out more about the Interdisciplinary Summer School Term II.

Ancient Empires Summer School

7 – 20 July 2013

ICE Academic Director Dr Justin Meggitt, University of Cambridge Senior Lecturer in the study of Religion and the Origins of Christianity and Programme Director of the Ancient Empires Summer School is currently putting together an excellent line up of speakers. This year lectures centre on the theme Culture and Conflict and will include: Professor John Ray: The romance of Alexander and the last Egyptian Pharaoh, Professor Roel Sterckx: Philosophies of war and peace in Ancient China, Professor Judy Lieu: Diversity, difference and distancing in early Christianity and Professor Paul Cartledge: Alexander the great (cultural) warrior.

Find out more about the Ancient Empires Summer School.

Dr Justin Meggitt will be giving a free taster session at our forthcoming Open Day on 2 April. Find out more.

Science Summer School

Term I: 7 – 20 July 2013
Term II: 21 July – 3 August 2013

This year’s lecture series, Creation and Discovery promises to be an exciting collection of very different approaches. Dr Rob Wallach, University of Cambridge Senior Lecturer in Materials Science and Metallurgy and Programme Director of the Science Summer School will chair a sequence of talks on areas including: light, particle physics, stem cell research, genome sequencing, evolution, CERN and ‘The creative navigator’s compass’.

Find out more about the Science Summer School.

Dr Rob Wallach will be giving a free taster session at our forthcoming Open Day on 2 April. Find out more.

Literature Summer School

Term I: 7 – 20 July 2013
Term II: 21 July – 3 August 2013

This year’s plenary lecture theme Crossing Frontiers offers the chance to look at a range of literary works in a new light. Dr Fred Parker, University of Cambridge Senior Lecturer in English and Programme Director of the Literature Summer School, is currently piecing together a series of talks. Lectures will include: Dr Joe Moshenska: True Romance: piracy and poetry in the 17th century Mediterranean, Dr Jenny Bavidge: ‘Queer dreams’: dreams and day-dreaming in the work of the Brontës, Hester Lees-Jeffries: Shakespeare’s souvenirs, Dr John Lennard: Writing the Raj from home and abroad: the contrasting cases of Forster and Scott, Dr Jacqueline Tasioulas: Boarders and frontiers in Chaucer's Knight's Tale and Miller's Tale and Dr Alexander Lindsay: Gulliver’s Travels.

Find out more about the Literature Summer School.

Dr Fred Parker will be giving a free taster session at our forthcoming Open Day on 2 April. Find out more.

History Summer School

21 July – 3 August 2013

Planned by Dr David Smith, Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, Affiliated Lecturer, Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge and Programme Director of the History Summer School, the central theme of this year’s History Summer School is Defining Moments. Speakers and lectures will include: Professor John Morrill: The night of 22/23 October: the Irish Rebellion of 1641, Dr Bill Foster: Decisive shock: Western Secret Intelligence and North Africa from Suez to Benghazi, Dr David Smith: John Milton and the English Revolution: a defining moment?, Dr Amy Blakeway: The deposition of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1567, John Jackson: Visions of the future: the Arab Spring and its unexpected consequences, Dr Tom Freeman: Re-defining defining moments in history: the challenges of counter factual history and Dr Isabel DiVanna: France, 1870: the birth of the Third Republic. 

Find out more about the History Summer School.

Dr David Smith will be giving a free taster session at our forthcoming Open Day on 2 April. Find out more.

Shakespeare Summer School

4 – 17 August 2013

The series of talks and performance-based sessions, put together by Dr Catherine Alexander, Programme Director of the Shakespeare Summer School and Honorary Research Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, will follow the theme Time and Times. Speakers and lectures will include: Dr Catherine Alexander: Shakespeare in 1923, Professor Stuart Sillars: Dimensions of time in Victorian Shakespeare images, Dr Charles Moseley: Pleasing some and trying all, Professor Kate Belsey: Romeo and Juliet from time to time, Professor Kate McLuskie: ‘The future in the instant’: time and action in Macbeth, Dr Alexander Lindsay: Time in the Sonnets, Dr Paul Prescott: Troilus and Cressida: taste, trends and time's wallet, Dr Erin Sullivan: Shakespeare and the question of Human Nature and Dr Catherine Alexander: Hamlet and time.

Find out more about the Shakespeare Summer School.

Medieval Studies Summer School

4 – 17 August 2013

The theme for this year’s plenary series is Travel and Trade. Dr Rowena E Archer, Programme Director of the Medieval Studies Summer School and Fellow of Brasenose College, University of Oxford, is currently putting together a series of lectures to cover these areas. Speakers will include: Professor Michelle P Brown, Professor Wendy Childs, Margaret Condon, Dr Frances Wood, Nick Millea, Professor Peter Spufford, Dr John Maddicott, Dr Toby Jones, Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith and Dr Anne F Sutton.

Find out more about the Medieval Studies Summer School.


 

   

Thursday, 20 December 2012 00:00

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Apply online: 2013 International Summer Schools

The 90th Anniversary edition of the University of Cambridge International Summer Schools will run in Cambridge from 7 July to 17 August 2013, to sign up for a programme simply apply online, or download an application form from our website.

Places on courses and in College accommodation are limited,
so we encourage applicants to apply early to avoid disappointment.

Offices closed

Our offices will be closed from Friday 21 December and will reopen on Wednesday 2 January 2013.

During this period, you can still apply for Summer School programmes via the online booking system or by completing an application form, but unfortunately we will be unable to provide IT support or respond to enquiries until the New Year.

Applications will be processed in order of receipt.

In 2013 we will be offering programmes in: Ancient Empires, Science, Literature, History, Shakespeare and Medieval Studies, as well as two interdisciplinary programmes, Interdisciplinary Summer School Term I and Interdisciplinary Summer School Term II, covering a wide range of subjects including archaeology, politics, philosophy, economics, literature, history and international relations.

Two language-based programmes are also available for those looking to improve their English language skills: English for Academic Purposes and the IELTS Preparation Course.

Applicants will also have the opportunity to sign up for weekend excursions and take part in events to celebrate the International Summer Schools 90th Anniversary.

Join us in 2013 as we celebrate this exciting milestone in the history of the University of Cambridge International Summer Schools.

Download a copy of the brochure.

Find out more: www.ice.cam.ac.uk/intsummer

   

Monday, 03 December 2012 11:00

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2013 International Summer Schools

Applications are now open for the 90th Anniversary edition of the University of Cambridge International Summer Schools which will run in Cambridge from 7 July to 17 August 2013.

To request a copy of the 2013 brochure simply fill in the brochure request form or call us on +44 (0) 1223 760850; alternatively you can download a copy.

In 2013 we will be offering specialist programmes in: Ancient Empires, Science, Literature, History, Shakespeare and Medieval Studies, as well as two interdisciplinary programmes, Interdisciplinary Summer School Term I and Interdisciplinary Summer School Term II, covering a wide variety of subjects including archaeology, politics, philosophy, economics, literature, history and international relations.

Courses are taught by a combination of leading Cambridge scholars and guest subject specialists from beyond the University. Programmes combine classroom sessions, subject-specific morning lectures and general-interest evening talks.

Two language-based programmes, run in conjunction with the University of Cambridge Language Centre, are also available for those looking to perfect their English language skills: English for Academic Purposes and the IELTS Preparation Course.

The Summer School programmes are complemented by a number of social and cultural activities including optional weekend excursions and events to celebrate the International Summer Schools 90th Anniversary (1923 – 2013).

We hope you can join us as we celebrate this milestone in the history of the University of Cambridge International Summer Schools.

Find out more: www.ice.cam.ac.uk/intsummer

   

Friday, 13 April 2012 08:52

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Summer School Plenary Lecture Speakers announced

Shakespeare Summer School

5 – 18 August 2012

Actors Vivien Heilbron and David Rintoul are amongst the speakers who will contribute to this year’s plenary lecture programme. The series of talks and performance-based sessions, put together by Dr Catherine Alexander, Programme Director for the Shakespeare  Summer School and Honorary Research Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham will follow the theme Interrogating Shakespeare. Other speakers include Dr Alexander Lindsay, Dr Charles Moseley, Professor Russ McDonald, Dr Clive Wilmer, Dr John Lennard and Professor Lena Orlin.

Find out more about the Shakespeare Summer School.

Ancient Empires Summer School

8 – 21 July 2012

ICE Academic Director Dr Justin Meggitt, University of Cambridge Senior Lecturer in the study of Religion and the Origins of Christianity has put together a thrilling line-up for the inaugural year of this programme. Sessions centre on the theme Treasures of the East and will include: Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill: Roman luxury: the temptations of the East, Professor Roel Sterckx: The public and private lives of Chinese Emperors, Professor Nicholas Sims-Williams: Between Iran and China: documents from Ancient Afghanistan and Dr Tom Holland: Islam: the executioner or heir of antiquity?

Find out more about the Ancient Empires Summer School.

Medieval Studies Summer School

5 – 18 August 2012

The theme for this year’s plenary series is Technology and Skills. Dr Rowena E Archer, Programme Director for the Medieval Studies Summer School and Fellow of Brasenose College, University of Oxford, is keen to provide a series of talks and demonstrations which focus closely on the practical aspects of medieval technology and skills involved, for example, in tapestry, calligraphy, metal-forging, coin-minting and water supply. Amongst speakers invited to talk are: Professor Tony Spearing: Chaucer: technology and comedy, Professor Michelle Brown: The making and meaning of the Lindisfarne Gospels, Dr Julian Munby: The timber world: craft and technology in medieval Europe and Professor Carole Rawcliffe: Surgery and surgeons in the Later Middle Ages.

Find out more about the Medieval Studies Summer School.

Literature Summer School

Term I: 8 – 21 July 2012
Term II: 22 July – 4 August 2012

This year’s plenary lecture theme Triumphs and Disasters offers the chance to look at a range of literary works in a new light. Some were great successes right from the start; some considered triumphs in their time have fallen out of popularity now, whilst others overlooked at the time of publication are now considered hugely important. Dr Frederick Parker, University of Cambridge Senior Lecturer in English, has pieced together a series of talks ranging from ‘Bad poetry by great poets’ to ‘The triumph of dullness: Pope’s Dunciad’ and from ‘The world’s worst lecture: a reading of Kingsley Amis’ Lucky Jim’ to ‘Triumphs from disasters: the contemporary Caribbean verse novel’. Speakers include: Dr Charles Moseley, Dr Trudi Tate, Dr Joe Moshenska, Dr Leo Mellor and Dr Raphael Lyne.

Find out more about the Literature Summer School.

International Summer School Term I

ISS Term I: 9 July – 3 August 2012

Entitled Intelligence, this truly interdisciplinary lecture series put together by International Programmes Director Sarah J Ormrod offers a wide range of subject areas for debate. Lectures and speakers include: Professor Simon Conway-Morris: Why the evolution of intelligence is inevitable, Michael Ramage: Intelligent design, Professor Christopher Andrew: MI5 in peace and war: 1905-2012, Dr Ed Turner: Shared intelligence in super-organisms: how do ants know what they are doing? And to celebrate 2012: Professor John Barrow: A scientist looks at the Olympics.

Find out more about the International Summer School Term I.

International Summer School Term II

ISS Term II: 5 – 18 August 2012

International Summer School Term II does not have a plenary series as special subject courses are slightly longer, however an exciting range of evening lectures and events are currently being planned.

Find out more about the International Summer School Term II.

History Summer School

22 July – 4 August 2012

From Cromwell to Castro and from Nelson to Nyerere, this series of lectures planned by Dr David Smith, Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, will discuss the role and importance of Leaders and Leadership exploring the theme in different historical periods and in different parts of the world. Speakers and lectures will include: Professor John Morrill: William Allen and the Jesuit War of Terror in Elizabethan England, Dr Mike Sewell: Presidential leadership in American wars, Dr David Smith: Oliver Cromwell and the dilemmas of leadership in the English Revolution, Dr Emma Hunter: Leading a new nation: Julius Nyerere and leadership in post-colonial Africa and Dr Andrew Lacey: Monarchy and martyrdom.

Find out more about the History Summer School.

Science Summer School

Term I: 8 – 21 July 2012
Term II: 22 July – 4 August 2012

The Survival lecture series promises to be an exciting collection of very different approaches to the subject. Dr Rob Wallach, University of Cambridge Senior Lecturer in Materials Science and Metallurgy has assembled a sequence of talks on areas including: ‘The origins of the brain and behaviour’, ‘Materials Science to save the world’, ‘Stem cell research’, ‘Mass extinctions and lucky survivors’ and ‘Controlling disease’. Speakers will include: Professor Sir John Gurdon, Professor Nicky Clayton, Professor Seth Grant, Professor Paul Brakefield and Professor Simon Conway-Morris.

Find out more about the Science Summer School.

Silk Route Summer School

26 August – 1 September 2012

ICE Academic Director Dr Frank Woodman, University of Cambridge Lecturer for Art History and Architecture has arranged a series of lectures that will set the Silk Route in its political context, outlining the trials and tribulations arising from Crusader, Mongol, and Timurid conquests and destructions. Lecture topics will include: ‘The architecture of the Timurid dynasty’, ‘Trade and tribute in early Chinese foreign relations’, ‘Merv and the Turks’, ‘Lapis Lazuli’ and ‘The spread of Christianity along the Silk Route, from Chang’an in the Tang Dynasty’.

Find out more about the Silk Route Summer School.

 

   

Thursday, 16 February 2012 16:21

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Summer Schools photo competition winner announced

We are delighted to announce the results of the 2011 International Summer Schools photo competition.  A large number of students took part this year and the standard was very good.  A selection of the competition entries can be viewed in our gallery.

This year’s winner is Erin Halliwill. Erin's winning snapshot was taken during a Summer School weekend excursion to London.

The runner up is Martine Nederhand.

Congratulations to both Erin and Martine who will be receiving their prizes shortly.

We would like to thank all those who entered the photo competition; it was a pleasure to look through your souvenirs of the 2011 International Summer Schools.

Find out more

If you are interested in applying for the 2012 Summer Schools please visit the Summer School web pages.

 

   

Thursday, 08 December 2011 15:04

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International Summer Schools 2012 brochure now available

The 2012 International Summer Schools brochure is now available. To request a copy simply fill in the brochure request form or call us on +44 (0) 1223 760850; alternatively you can download a copy.

The 2012 Summer Schools run from 8 July to 1 September 2012, specialist summer school programmes include: Ancient Empires, Science, Literature, History, Shakespeare, Medieval Studies and the Silk Route. We also offer two interdisciplinary programmes with courses covering a wide variety of subjects including archaeology, politics, philosophy, economics, literature, history and international relations. These programmes combine classrooms sessions, subject-specific morning lectures and general-interest evening talks.

Two language-based programmes are also available for those looking to perfect their English language skills: English for Academic Purposes and the IELTS Preparation Course.

The academic programmes are complemented by a range of optional weekend excursions and evening events: full details of these will appear on our website in the lead up to the Summer Schools.

Last year we welcomed over 1,000 participants from nearly 60 different countries, creating a strong international community. So whether you are looking to learn a new subject, sample the historic colleges or meet new friends from all over the world, we hope you will join us in Cambridge this summer.

Find out more: www.ice.cam.ac.uk/intsummer

 

   

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