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Tuition fees and accommodation options and fees

7 - 20 July

Programme Options Tuition Fees
  Two weeks One week only
Interdisciplinary Term I TBC N/A
Ancient and Classical Worlds TBC TBC
Literature Term I TBC TBC
Science Term I TBC TBC

Accommodation options and fees - TBC

22 July - 4 August

Programme Options Tuition Fees  
  Two weeks One week only
Interdisciplinary Term II TBC N/A
History TBC TBC
Literature Term II TBC TBC
Science Term II TBC TBC
Art and Visual Culture TBC N/A

Accommodation options and fees - TBC

5 - 18 August

Programme Options Tuition Fees  
  Two weeks One week only
Interdisciplinary Term III TBC N/A
Medieval Studies TBC TBC
Shakespeare & the Renaissance TBC TBC
Creative Writing TBC TBC

Extra Accommodation options and fees

College Accommodation Options
These include bed, breakfast and evening meal
  Extra night*
Gonville & Caius College - Harvey Court En suite £83
Gonville & Caius College Standard £72
Newnham College En suite £89
Newnham College Standard £79
Queens' College En suite single £105
Queens' College En suite twin* £91pp
St Catharine's College En suite £99
St Catharine's College Standard £85
Selwyn College - Ann's Court En suite £86
Selwyn College - Cripps Court En suite £86
Selwyn College - Old Court En suite £86
Selwyn College - Old Court Standard £76

En suite includes a private shower or bathroom and toilet. Standard includes shared facilities.

If your first choice is full, we will allocate you your next choice.

*Extra nights (Saturdays) are only available if you are attending two, or more, consecutive programmes/terms.

You are welcome to attend as a non-resident.

Registration fee

A registration fee £250 for each term or part of a term, ie one-/two-/three-weeks, must accompany your application. This registration fee is part of the full programme fee. Applications cannot be processed until the registration fee is received. The remainder of the fee must be paid by the balance of payment date (see below).

Applications sent after the balance of payment date must be accompanied by the full programme fee. If the full fee is not paid by this date the University reserves the right to cancel the application and allocate places to others on waiting lists. If you make any payment by bank transfer you must inform us and send a scanned copy of your bank transfer transaction confirmation.

Balance of payment dates

ISP Term I, Ancient and Classical Worlds, Science Term I, Literature Term I, English Law and Legal Methods Monday 14 May
ISP Term II, Science Term II, Literature Term II, History, Art and Visual Culture Monday 28 May
ISP Term III, Shakespeare, Medieval Studies, Creative Writing, Business and Entrepreneurship Monday 11 June

 

The University's International Summer Programmes are an embodiment of our mission 'to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence'.

Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Former Vice-Chancellor, University of Cambridge

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