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Bucksmore Intensive English

Bucksmore Intensive English

Country
United Kingdom
State/County/Province
London/Oxfordshire/Cambridgeshire
City/Twon
London/Oxford/Cambridge
School
Multiple Universities
Certificate: Included
Exam Application: Unavailable
Course Organiser
Bucksmore Education
Programme Category
Summer Courses
Age Range
13-16 Years Old
Minimum Course Length
Minimum 2 Weeks
Maximum Course Length
Maximum 6 Weeks
Max Class Size
11 per class
Earliest Start Date
Start: June 30, 2020
English Level Requirement:
A1 - Beginner
A2 - Elementary
B1 - Intermediate
B2 - Upper Intermediate
C1 - Advanced
C2 - Proficient

For more information about the English level, click here.
No Minimum Level Required

Overview

An immersive English language programme, with a fun-filled activity programme, this course is perfect for students who want to maximise their language knowledge in the environment of a top university. Students can choose to be in one of three world-famous locations in Oxford, Cambridge or London. The programme follows the same syllabus at each centre.

Highlights

  • The course is operated by Bucksmore Education, which is founded in 1980, history of 39 years, accredited by British Council and English UK, and awarded by the EL Gazette of the Centre of Excellence 2018.
  • Students can study the programme at one of the most famous univeristies in the world, such as University of Oxford, University of Cambridge and King’s London College.

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Outcomes

1. Certificate

2. Programme Report

3. Study Materials

4. Any Special Awards or Prizes

Testimonials

This was my first time. The best parts were when we went on excursions because it really gave us a chance to bond all together outside the college. It felt like we became a family. I would recommend the course to any of my friends looking for a summer camp! The counsellors were all so nice, the lessons were interesting where you learn a lot of new vocabulary.
Mia
Canada
4.5/5
My summer with the course and the team was absolutely amazing! A very unique experience as I have got to understand and learn about the English culture. I made a lot of new friends with whom I am still in contact with today. Not to mention the very interesting and innovative lessons with lots to learn and great opportunities to excel.
Milan
Thailand
4.5/5

Programme Schedule

2 Weeks
King's College London

30 June - 14 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 14 July
King's College London

07 July - 21 July
14 July - 28 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 21 July
14 July - 28 July
21 July - 04 August
28 July - 11 August

Fitzwilliam College
University of Cambridge

07 July - 21 July
14 July - 28 July
21 July - 04 August
3 Weeks
King's College London

30 June - 21 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 21 July
King's College London

07 July - 28 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 28 July
14 July - 04 August
21 July - 11 August

Fitzwilliam College
University of Cambridge

07 July - 28 July
14 July - 04 August
4 Weeks
King's College London

30 June - 28 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 28 July
St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 04 August
14 July - 11 August

Fitzwilliam College
University of Cambridge

07 July - 04 August
5 Weeks
St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 04 August
St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 11 August
6 Weeks
St. Hilda's College

30 June - 11 August
Fee includes:

✓  Tuition

✓  Accommodation

✓  Airport Transfer (10:00 – 22:00)

✓  Programme Report and Certificate

✓  All Meal

✓  All study materials

✓  Welcome Pack on arrival

✓  On Campus Activities

✓  Excursions Per Week

✓  Weekly laundry

✓  VISA Invitation Letter (If Necessary)

✓  Insurance (Terms & Conditions Apply)

Fee excludes:

✗ Flight Tickets

✗ Optional excursion

✗ Optional activities

✗ Exams application

✗ Pocket Money

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School

Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge

A large, peaceful College close to the city centre, Fitzwilliam was built in the grounds of The Grove, a Regency-era house where Charles Darwin’s wife lived for many years. Fitzwilliam College has modern classrooms and large social spaces, as well as a nearby sports field.

 

Fitzwilliam College is a 15-minute walk from Cambridge city centre. As well as Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge is home 31 other Colleges which comprise the prestigious University of Cambridge founded in 1209. Cambridge is a historic city on the River Cam in eastern England, just 50 miles outside of London.

 

Fitzwilliam College was founded in 1869 specifically to broaden access to the University of Cambridge. Originally based at Fitzwilliam Hall (later renamed Fitzwilliam House) in central Cambridge, it moved to its present site in the north of the city in 1966. Notable alumni of Fitzwilliam College include six Nobel Laureates, three heads of state or government, one current UK Supreme Court Justice, and a significant number of political figures.

St Hilda's College, University of Oxford

A charming University of Oxford College situated on the banks of the River Cherwell, just a short walk from the city centre. St. Hilda’s College’s gardens and greenery provides a picturesque backdrop for studying an Intensive English language course in a peaceful setting.

 

The medieval city of Oxford revolves around the prestigious University of Oxford. Nicknamed the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ by the poet Matthew Arnold, Oxford is known for its beautiful buildings just 60 miles north-west of London. Since the arrival of the Saxons, the buildings demonstrate English architectural periods including the mid-18th century Radcliffe Camera.

 

St. Hilda’s College is one of more than 30 colleges at the University of Oxford. The college was founded in 1893 by Dorothea Beale, a Principal of Cheltenham Ladies College. In 1896, St. Hilda’s was recognized as a hall for women only and remained an all women’s college until 2008.

 

When St. Hilda’s became an incorporated company with its own council in 1910, the University acknowledged female students and therefore finally permitted them to become undergraduates for Oxford degrees.

 

In 1959 the women’s society made an application to the University to be admitted as a full College of the University. The application was accepted making St. Hilda’s the only women’s College in Oxford University between 1994 and 2008. The charter and status were then changed in 2006 to accept men into the College.

 

University of Oxford

Oxford is a world-class university, which aims to deliver an exceptional education, to carry out world-leading research, and to make significant and lasting contributions to society – regionally, nationally, and globally. The University of Oxford has an outstanding global reputation for its teaching, research and contributions to society. They combine rich history and tradition with the innovative and forward-thinking approach of a modern university. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 rank Oxford as the best university in the world for the fourth year running.

 

King's College London

King’s has a reputation for excellence, and for making sure their graduates are provided with the best possible opportunities in life. Their wide range of taught and research postgraduate programmes means you can build on your achievements and work towards your own professional, educational and personal goals.

Whether you’re interested in taught postgraduate programmes or research, you’ll be working with renowned academics who will give you personalised advice and share their wide-ranging knowledge of their subject.

With state-of-the-art courses and facilities, as well as our continued investment in postgraduate studies, King’s can offer you a unique academic experience that will stay with you for life.

University of Cambridge

Located in the center of the ancient city of Cambridge, 50 miles north of London, the University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research institution that serves more than 18,000 students from all corners of the globe. With its reputation for academic excellence and traditional scholarly values, the University of Cambridge often ranks among the very top universities in the world for teaching, research, and international outlook. The university has educated eminent mathematicians, scientists, politicians, lawyers, philosophers, writers, actors and heads of state. Ninety-eight Nobel laureates and 15 British prime ministers have affiliations with Cambridge as students, faculty or alumni, including the scientists Francis Crick and Frederick Sanger.

Destination

Cambridge

A perfect slice of England boasting one of the world’s most prestigious universities. At the heart of this beautiful city is the university, split into a number of architecturally stunning colleges. The most famous is Kings College, with its distinctive gothic chapel and Trinity College. Take a tour to hear all the stories about famous former students. You could spend the day in the bustling market square or punt lazily down the River Cam – either way, Cambridge is a truly idyllic place to explore.
Enjoy a relaxing walk through Cambridge University Botanic Garden, or take a wander to admire the dazzling 24-carat gold Grasshopper (the Corpus Clock), on the corner of Corpus’ Taylor Library. Seek refreshment in one of the town’s many cosy tearooms. People like to visit the tranquil Cambridgeshire Fens, nearby, for peaceful canal holidays. This historic city is less than 1 hour north east of London by train.

Oxford

Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires, is famous the world over for its University and place in history. For over 800 years, it has been a home to royalty and scholars, and since the 9th century an established town, although people are known to have lived in the area for thousands of years. Nowadays, the city is a bustling cosmopolitan town. Still with its ancient University, but home also to a growing hi-tech community. Many businesses are located in and around the town, whether on one of the Science and Business Parks or within one of a number of residential areas.

London

One of the world’s most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times. Visit London for royal hunting grounds, elegant Arts and Crafts-era suburbs and greenbelts of common land. There are endless places to visit in London. Get your bearings of Greater London on Westminster’s huge Ferris wheel. There’s more to this metropolis than meets the London Eye. Greater London’s patchwork of boroughs sprawls out as far as its busy motorway ring road, the M25. Hit northern districts famed for their gritty music scene, dog-walking heaths and celebrity-run restaurants. Head south for suburbia scattered with galleries, golf courses and shopping centres. The River Thames winds west for Richmond’s deer parks and east for Olympic stadiums and royal forests that once hid highwaymen.

Course Organiser

Bucksmore Education is full of history and tradition, but also of originality and challenge. With 40 years of experience to perfect and improve the quality of their prestigious summer schools, they are proud of the summer programmes they offer. It is their goal for each one of their courses to be the best course that their students have ever attended.

Programme Details

Lessons

This course aims to efficiently improve English language skills and enable students to make friends from around the world. The English lessons are taught through a combination of general English tuition, project sessions, academic English and electives. Away from the classroom, a strong emphasis is put on providing students with a truly memorable experience, with an action-packed activity and excursion programme.

 

Electives

 

NEW for 2020, students sign up for a choice of vocational subjects to enhance their English language learning, such as photography, creative writing and IELTS Preparation. Please note – exact subjects depend on location.

 

Academic Skills Sessions

 

The academic skills sessions give students an introduction to exam techniques and are intended to help students improve the skills of academic reading, writing, listening and speaking. These sessions take place over three hours each week and culminate with students taking the Bucksmore Assessment.

 

Link Lessons

 

To provide students with an even greater holistic language learning experience, we provide lessons specifically linked to the destinations they visit on their excursions.

 

Projects

 

Project sessions enable students to use English for the completion of real-world tasks with an authentic purpose. Students receive vocabulary and grammar input in the first part of the project session and are then placed into groups. Groups are provided with a project guideline which they should follow and aim to complete in the preparation session. The weekly project culminates in a presentation evening in which groups display and present their work.

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Activities

Students will have a full activity programme each week. Activities schedules and excursions itinerary are planned and organised by a dedicated Activity Manager. To enable the programme organiser to respond to student feedback and requests, the exact weekly timetables will be provided a few days before the start of the following week. This enables the Activity Manager to minimise any repetition and give students a unique experience every week.

 

St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford

Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge

 

Outside of the classroom, Students at the St Hilda’s College and students at the Fitzwilliam College join together respectively for social programmes. A wide variety of fun activities are offered, such as team building games, talent shows, ‘game shows’ and interactive challenges. Game show activities include contests such as ‘You Bet!’, a team game in which students bet on a series of challenges performed by other students or staff, or ‘The Cube’, where students test their mathematical, spatial and logical thinking in various tasks.

 

For one or two periods each week, students have the opportunity to play a variety of sports or have a ‘freestyle’ period. Freestyle allows students to sign out of the College in small groups of friends and explore the city of Oxford or to relax in the student social space.

 

King’s College London

 

Students will have a combined activities and excursions itinerary. The programme organises at least seven visits to London attractions over a two-week stay, plus one excursion to another destination in the UK per week. London experience lessons bring London to life in the classroom and provide students with functional language and vocabulary to use in their daily life during their stay at Bucksmore London.

 

These lessons link specifically to famous sights in London such as the London Eye, Canary Wharf and Kensington. Ordering a curry at a restaurant on Brick Lane or bargaining with a street seller in Camden Market are real life situations incorporated into the London experience lessons.

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Excursions

Students have two full-day excursions per week. Each week students will go to London and one other destination. The destinations for each particular week of the course are outlined below:

 

St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford

Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge

 

Students have two full-day excursions per week. Each week students will go to London and one other destination. The destinations for each particular week of the course are outlined below.

 

London (Every Week)

Students visit sites such as Trafalgar Square, Downing Street, Horse Guards Parade, Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament & Westminster Abbey.

 

Bristol (Week 1)

One of the UK’s most creative and dynamic cities, students will experience the historic charm of this university city including the works of Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

 

Thorpe Park (Week 2)

With seven roller-coasters and five water rides, Thorpe Park is one of the biggest and most exciting Theme Parks in Europe, and understandably a student favourite!

 

Warwick (Week 3)

Known for it’s medieval castle founded by William the Conqueror, Warwick is home to many historical sites including a Norman crypt, Jacobean mansion and a 14th-century hospital.

 

Bath (Week 4)

Home to the UK’s only hot springs and known for its Roman-built baths, the spa town of bath has famous Georgian architecture including the Royal Cresent, Circus and Assembly Rooms.

 

Cambridge (Week 5)

Founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge is the heart of the city of Cambridge. The city’s skyline is dominated by the university’s college buildings including King’s College Chapel, Cavendish Laboratory, and the Cambridge University Library.

 

Windsor (Week 6)

Students are given the opportunity to visit the home of the British Royal Family at their residence Windsor Castle and explore the historic market town.

 

 

King’s College London

 

Students will have a combined activities and excursions itinerary. The programme organises at least seven visits to London attractions over a two-week stay, plus one excursion to another destination in the UK per week.  Sample social programme activities and destinations include:

 

Politics and Royalty Tour

All students take this central London walking tour, visiting historic landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Horse Guards Parade, 10 Downing Street, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

 

London Eye and River Cruise

 

Two fantastic ways of seeing London are either by above on the world-famous London Eye, or by boat on a Thames river cruise tour.

 

Museums and Galleries

London has a wonderful selection of museums and art galleries across the city, such as the British Museum, British Library, Natural History Museum (pictured), National Gallery, the Tate Modern and Saatchi Gallery.

 

Museums and Galleries

London has a wonderful selection of museums and art galleries across the city, such as the British Museum, British Library, Natural History Museum (pictured), National Gallery, the Tate Modern and Saatchi Gallery.

 

Attractions

An important part of the student social programme is to have fun! Visits to major attractions can include Madame Tussauds, London Zoo, London Dungeons, Namco Funscape and Ripley’s ‘Believe it or Not’.

 

Full-Day Excursions

One day per week will see the students leaving London entirely. Destinations include: Thorpe Park (Week 1), Oxford (Week 2), Cambridge (Week 3) and Brighton (Week 4).

 

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Accommodation

St. Hilda’s College, University of Oxford: The accommodation at St. Hilda’s consists of single and twin bedrooms in separate male and female accommodation blocks, and bathrooms are shared between 4-6 students. Laundry is available onsite and free of charge.

 

Fitzwilliam College: Fitzwilliam College boasts some of the best accommodation at the University of Cambridge. The accommodation consists of single bedrooms in separate male and female accommodation blocks, and bathrooms are shared between 4-6 students. Laundry is available onsite and free of charge.

 

King’s College London: the accommodation is based in a private residence close to King’s College. All students are given a free travel-card for each week of their stay, and students will never travel between the accommodation and campus without supervision from a Bucksmore member of staff.

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Airport Transfer

Bucksmore offers a complimentary airport transfer service on transfer days for flights arriving/departing between 10:00 and 20:00 at either London Heathrow Airport (LHR) or London Gatwick Airport (LGW).

Students requesting private transfers outside of these destinations and times will be subject to additional charges.

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Meal

All meal included. Healthy meals with a mix of English and international dishes served. Vegetarian options are always available. Special dietary requirements are accommodated.

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Care

Every Bucksmore location has a residential management team, and a minimum staff-student ratio of 1:7. High staff to student ratios ensure all students are looked after. There is always a trained first aider on-site, and students are supervised 24 hours a day. They take great pride in the excellence of their academic content, the excitement of their social programme, and most importantly, the safety and wellbeing of all Bucksmore students.

 

Staff

Each location has a Centre Manager, Activity Manager and Director of Studies available for all students to approach with any problems. Bucksmore Counsellors are more than just teachers; they provide a high level of care and guidance for all students. All staff are background checked.

 

Pastoral Care

Bucksmore summer schools strive to create a warm and welcoming “family atmosphere” where all students and Counsellors know each other well.

 

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Cancellation

The cancellation of the course must be made in writing (email, or post) in legible and unambiguous English. Any cancellation shall only be of effect from the date it is received by us in writing and the following fees shall apply (before the Start Date):

 

30+ days : 35% of the total amount

7-29 Days: 70% of the total amount

0-6 Days: 100% of the total amount

 

It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they obtain the appropriate VISA for their time in the UK covering the course dates, and that they comply with all other UK entry requirements. Under no circumstances will the course organizer make any refund on grounds of lack of visa or similar travel documents required to enter the UK legitimately. In a situation where a course needs to be cancelled due to a visa rejection (and upon supply of the original visa rejection letter at least 7 days before the start date)  all fees will be refunded minus an administration fee of £350.

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School Address
  • Nearest International Airport(s) :

London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) : 114 km

London Gatwick Airport (LGW) : 62 km

  • Nearest International Airport(s) :

London Heathrow Airport (LHR) : 71 km

London Gatwick Airport (LGW) : 129 km

£ 1,850.00 £ 1,600.00

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English Level Requirement : CEFR and Language Assessment

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: learning, teaching, assessment, (CEFR), was created by the Council of Europe to be a language standard that describes the ability of English language learners in speaking, reading, writing and listening and measures learners’ learning outcomes at different stages.

This standard is widely recognised and used by educational institutions, enterprises and governments around the world and provides general guidance for the development of language syllabuses, curriculum and textbook design, language testing, etc.

Additionally, many internationally recognised English language tests, such as IELTS and Aptis, are associated with this standard as a reference for test score grading. In describing a language learner’s ability, in terms of speaking, reading, listening and writing, CEFR is broadly categorised into the Levels below: 

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English Level
Category
At this level you can understand:
A1
Beginner
Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.
A2
Elementary
Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.
B1
Intermediate
Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
B2
Upper Intermediate
Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.
C1
Advanced
Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
C2
Proficient
Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

English level, category and at this level you can understand:

A1 – Beginner

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help. 

A2 – Elementary

Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

B1 – Intermediate

Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

B2 – Upper Intermediate

Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

C1 – Advanced

Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

C2 – Proficient

Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

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JUNE - Course Schedule
2 Weeks

King's College London

30 June - 14 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 14 July

3 Weeks

King's College London

30 June - 21 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 21 July

4 Weeks

King's College London

30 June - 28 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 28 July

5 Weeks

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

30 June - 04 August

6 Weeks

St. Hilda's College

30 June - 11 August

JULY - Course Schedule
2 Weeks

King's College London

07 July - 21 July
14 July - 28 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 21 July
14 July - 28 July
21 July - 04 August
28 July - 11 August

Fitzwilliam College
University of Cambridge

07 July - 21 July
14 July - 28 July
21 July - 04 August

3 Weeks

King's College London

07 July - 28 July

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 28 July
14 July - 04 August
21 July - 11 August

Fitzwilliam College
University of Cambridge

07 July - 28 July
14 July - 04 August

4 Weeks

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 04 August
14 July - 11 August

Fitzwilliam College
University of Cambridge

07 July - 04 August

5 Weeks

St. Hilda's College
University of Oxford

07 July - 11 August

6 Weeks

AUGUST - Course Schedule
2 Weeks

3 Weeks

4 Weeks

5 Weeks

6 Weeks

Sample Weekly Schedule

Tuesday
Arrivals
Arrivals
Welcome Games
Wednesday
Testing
Intro Lesson to Bucksmore Assessment
Excursion
Excursion Programme Preview
Thursday
Excursion
Excursion
Film Night
Friday
Main Syllabus Lesson 1
Academic Skills 1
Conversation Class
Project Preparation
Activity
Saturday
Excursion
Excursion
Activity
Sunday
Main Syllabus Lesson 2
Academic Skills 2
Conversation Class
Elective 1
Free Time
Project Presentations
Monday
Main Syllabus Lesson 3
Academic Skills 3
Conversation Class
Elective 2
Sports
Activity
Graduation

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This was my first time. The best parts were when we went on excursions because it really gave us a chance to bond all together outside the college. It felt like we became a family. I would recommend the course to any of my friends looking for a summer camp! The counsellors were all so nice, the lessons were interesting where you learn a lot of new vocabulary.
Mia
Canada
4.5/5
My summer with the course and the team was absolutely amazing! A very unique experience as I have got to understand and learn about the English culture. I made a lot of new friends with whom I am still in contact with today. Not to mention the very interesting and innovative lessons with lots to learn and great opportunities to excel.
Milan
Thailand
4.5/5

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